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Search warrants uncover drugs, stolen property

A pair of arrest warrants were issued for two local residents after a search warrant at their home this past week netted nearly $2,000 worth of methamphetamine and several items believed to be stolen property. Bowie Police executed a search warrant at 1407 Sanders on July 29. The two residents...
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Rail industry invests in Gainesville Gateway Industrial Park

GAINESVILLE, Texas (KXII) - This afternoon Gainesville made an agreement with a Philadelphia based rail industry investor, by selling Gateway Industrial Park for development. “With this partnership with Strategic Rail and them making this investment here in our community, it’s a game changer for not only Gainesville, but all of North Texas,” said Gainesville Mayor Tommy Moore.
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I-35 frontage conversions begin Wednesday

GAINESVILLE, Texas (KXII) - A delay in construction has the I-35 frontage conversions beginning Wednesday in Gainesville. TxDOT said weekend rain caused the delay. Starting Wednesday night, crews will switch frontage roads to permanent one ways. Wednesday they will switch the frontage roads between Elm Fork and FM 1306. The...
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Man in custody after fleeing police

A 29-year-old Gainesville man remained in custody at the Cooke County Jail on Monday after he reportedly fled from police multiple times over the weekend. Police officers responded to a disturbance in the 1500 block of Cherry Street Friday night, according to a news release. When police arrived, Kyle Charles Rains, who was reportedly involved in the disturbance, fled the scene in a maroon 2010 Dodge Avenger.
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Ready For A Zoo Day? Try Frank Buck Zoo

Located in Gainesville, Texas the Frank Buck Zoo has a unique story. Starting off as a traveling circus the zoo found its home in Gainesville many years ago and has worked its way into the childhood memories of so many North Texans. Over the years the zoo has seen many changes and improvements that have led it to present day where it now is the home of many unique critters large and small. This zoo is a great one to visit for a day out in North Texas when you don't want to break the bank to do something fun. Very reasonably priced and with a lot to see, the Frank Buck Zoo should be on your Texas Bucket List.
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Gainesville man arrested after running from police twice

GAINESVILLE, Texas (KXII) - A Gainesville man has been arrested after leading police on two chases over the weekend. Gainesville Police say it all started Friday night when they got called to a disturbance at a home on Cherry Street and saw Kyle Charles Rains, 29, leaving. Police tried to...
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Yard of the Month ends its season

Congratulations to Laura Hefley, 1102 Garlington, July winner of the Bowie News Yard of the Month. This is the last month for our annual contest and we appreciate all the interest and nominations. Other homes considered were: 708 Lee, 301 Live Oak, No. 1 Creekwood, 304 Gallia, 305 Gallia and 270 Trail Drive. Bobbie Jett, 808 Sessions, also was nominated but won earlier this season.
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August Morning Market

We are excited to host another Morning Market at the Gainesville Texas Farmer's Market! We will have fresh produce, baked, and handmade goods!. The City is running a promotion for a one day only vendor pass for $25.00 to participate in our market. To become a vendor, please email DAlcala@cogtx.org.
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How School Shopping has Changed in the Pandemic Era

Back-to-school shopping sales have long been indicators that the summer vacation season is ending. Students and their parents may visit area stores or browse online looking for items to make the coming school year a success. Those lists have looked similar for decades, but shopping for school supplies in the pandemic era may prove to be a unique experience.
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Gainesville man celebrates 65th work anniversary

GAINESVILLE — John Smith has been delivering flowers at Crevasse's Florist since he first moved to Gainesville. This weekend, they celebrated his tenure with a car parade. 83-year-old John Smith works six days a week. His boss says he has only asked for one day off, and that was for a doctor's appointment.
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Sales tax holiday on Aug. 6-8

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is reminding shoppers they can save money on clothes and school supplies during the state’s sales tax holiday on Aug. 6-8. State law exempts sales tax on qualified items — such as clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks — priced below $100, saving shoppers about $8 on every $100 they spend. The date of the sales tax holiday and list of tax-exempt items are set by the Texas Legislature.
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Duo wins state 4-H dog show

Entering her last Texas 4-H dog show, Brianna McKeever and her partner Everest felt some pressure. After eight trips to the state championships, the Chico resident wanted to end in style. “The stakes were high to do well,” McKeever said. The duo did not disappoint. The team collected the overall...
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Dog park to celebrate 5 years

Bring your pooch and celebrate The Dog Depot at Heritage Park’s fifth anniversary this Saturday, July 17. From 10 a.m. to noon, there will be contests such as most beautiful dog, “waggiest tail” and dog-human look alike. Organizers said there will be prizes and giveaways at the event on Denison Street.
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PHOTO: Pet of the week

Bridger is Noah's Ark Animal Shelter Pet of the Week! He is such a good boy that just seems to be getting overlooked at the shelter. He has already been there for two months but just hasn’t found the right match yet. He is hoping someone will give him a second chance at finding his forever home. Bridger has the best personality. He’s a calm boy when getting love and attention or just laying around the house, but also loves to play. He enjoys getting to go outside to play and does well with other dogs. He would make for an all-around good family dog. Bring the whole family, including any other dogs, to ensure he is the right match for you. To meet Bridger or one of her sheltermates, call 940-665-9800 to set up an appointment at the shelter at 2501 N. Weaver St. in Gainesville. Shelter hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Thursday or Sunday. Noah’s Ark pets are also online at www.noahsarktx.com or on petfinder.com.
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