November 20, 2013
By Mike Phillips Corsicana Daily Sun
|May 4, 2011 … Grover Raney, who worked as a code enforcement official for the city on a part
time basis, resigned officially on April 26, accusing another …
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|Mar 8, 2011 … A long-running problem of stray animals roaming Blooming Grove streets could
become a thing of the past after the city council voted in …
|Apr 16, 2011 … BLOOMING GROVE — Blooming Grove ISD doesn’t anticipate any lay-offs to save
money, but it has frozen salaries for now, according to …
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|Apr 11, 2011 … Even though Gary Grubbs was an Odessa Permian assistant the year H.G. Bissinger
was in town researching his famous book, “Friday Night …
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|Sep 12, 2010 … Blooming Grove — Al Smith’s resignation as Mayor of Blooming Grovewas confirmed at the city’s regular council meeting Tuesday, …
|May 26, 2010 … Blooming Grove High School held its annual scholarship/awards program recently. Those receiving scholarships are as follows: …
Woman reports early morning visual encounter on rural property near Navarro Mills Lake.
Turkey release (click to watch video)
TPWD wildlife biologists oversee the release of dozens of wild turkeys to Navarro County in an effort to restore the turkeys to an area where ranchers are actively working to restore native prairie. (Feb. 5, 2009) Video by Ron T. Ennis
Wednesday Feb 11 | Corsicana Daily Sun
Daily Sun photo/Jim Wright Last week, over 100 wild turkeys were set free in Navarro County in an attempt to re-populate the area with the birds.
Saturday Feb 7 | Corsicana Daily Sun
One-hundred and thirty-one wild turkeys were released this week in Western Navarro County in an effort to restore the population of game birds to the county.
Central Texas Residents Witness Fire Falling from Sky
Central Texas residents witnessed “fireballs” in the sky and reported feeling “explosions” that shook homes Sunday. First reports pointed to debris from the satellite crash, but officials now say the events are not connected.
Alva Smith Eyes future of Blooming Grove via Corsicana Daily Sun
“You can’t bring it back completely. But we have the technology to restore some important grasses.”
On a spring day, a visitor to the 77 Ranch is easily overwhelmed by the perfume of bluebonnets and sweet clover. via Waco Tribune-Herald
|Managing land with conservation in mind can be profitable|
|By CHARLIE TRUSTY | Waco Tribune, Central Texas Edition, June 2007|