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Face jugs, chicken bingo and more at OddFest

News -Waxahachie Daily Light 10/3 12:02P Chris Roark
Chris Roark, croark@cherryroad.com If you were in the market for art that leans on the unusual side, Saturday’s OddFest in Waxahachie was the place for you. The International Order of Odd Fellows...

How Once Far-Flung Communities Are the Next North Texas Boomtowns

NBC Dallas-Fort Worth (Local Beat) 10/3 7:09A Mitchell Parton - The Dallas Mor
If you ask homebuilders where they think the growth of Dallas-Fort Worth is headed, they’ll start listing off towns almost as far away as Oklahoma. “Even in my nine years of being in Dallas, it seems like we’ve reached out further east, west,...

Ellis County encourages voter registration

News -Waxahachie Daily Light 10/2 4:00A News Staff
Orville Cross admits he didn’t have any luck last weekend when he set up a kiosk at Milford City Park to encourage residents to register to vote. But he’s going to keep trying. This content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register...

Local leaders discuss growth

News -Waxahachie Daily Light 10/2 1:01A News Staff
Jerry Hollingsworth stood before a room full of attendees Thursday at the annual Mayor’s Coffee event inside the Waxahachie Civic Center and described his passion for Waxahachie High School. “I have green socks, I have green lip balm and we have...

Harrison welcomes former Trump cabinet secretary to HD-10

News -Waxahachie Daily Light 10/2 1:00A News Staff
State Rep. Brian Harrison recently welcomed President Donald Trump’s secretary of health and human services to House District 10. This content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read. The post Harrison welcomes former...

2023 Texas State-Fish Art Contest open for entries

News -Waxahachie Daily Light 10/2 1:00A News Staff
The Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center (TFFC) has announced it is accepting entries for the 2023 Texas division of Wildlife Forever’s Fish Art Contest through Feb. 28. This content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read....

COLLEGE NOTES

News -Waxahachie Daily Light 10/2 1:00A News Staff
More than 730 Baylor University graduates received their degrees during summer commencement ceremonies. Among those were: Waxahachie’s Stephanie Otero, Bachelor of Business Administration, Marketing, Hankamer School of Business; Glenn Heights’...

All antibiotics will be prescription-only in 2023

News -Waxahachie Daily Light 10/2 1:00A News Staff
The Food and Drug Administration Center for Veterinary Medicine’s plan for supporting veterinary antimicrobial stewardship will be fully implemented in 2023 when all remaining over-the-counter antibiotics are switched to prescription-only status....

Taking care of water systems for the next crisis is our duty

News -Waxahachie Daily Light 10/2 1:00A News Staff
February 2021’s winter storm Uri marked a severe weather event unlike any most Texans have ever faced, leaving millions without power in freezing conditions. As outages persisted, pipes froze, and millions faced water disruptions due to water...

Waxahachie to begin water disinfectant change

News -Waxahachie Daily Light 10/2 1:00A News Staff
The city of Waxahachie public water system, (PWS) ID 0700008, will temporarily convert the disinfectant used in the distribution system from chloramine to free chlorine. The conversion will be for a four-week period and will begin on Saturday and...

Hurricane Ian to impact already low blood supply

News -Waxahachie Daily Light 10/2 1:00A News Staff
As Hurricane Ian reaches Florida and moves throughout the Southeast with dangerous storm surges, winds and flooding, the AABB Interorganizational Task Force on Domestic Disasters and Acts of Terrorism strongly urges eligible individuals in...

Dinosaur Valley hosts 50th anniversary bash

News -Waxahachie Daily Light 10/2 1:00A News Staff
GLEN ROSE — Dinosaur Valley State Park hired a new superintendent just in time to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Former Asst. This content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read. The post Dinosaur Valley hosts 50th...

Transform salads for fall dining

News -Waxahachie Daily Light 10/2 1:00A News Staff
Who says salads are just for summertime? Now that hot and humid days have given way to the crisp evenings of fall, it’s time to tweak lunch and dinner menus accordingly. Even though soups and stews are the norm this time of year, salads can have...
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