Anna’s House Food Pantry Shuts its Doors for Good

Anna’s House Food Pantry Shuts its Doors for Good

By Ken Gaidziunas Staff Writer Anna’s House, a ministry-based outreach program administered by First Anna Baptist Church that over the last five years provided food, clothing, diapers and prayer to needy community members is no more. While a brief message to the...
Backing the Blue

Backing the Blue

A Friday night vigil at The Malt Shop in Anna organized by Tessa Hutto drew in a number of local residents more than ready to show their support for their police department in the wake of the killing of five Dallas law enforcement officers — Patrick Zamarippam,...
Third PFD captain reports for duty

Third PFD captain reports for duty

In his first day as a captain with Princeton Fire Department, Ben Harp stayed busy as the department was called for seven emergencies. Harp, 34, is the third of three captains hired by PFD this year as the service makes is transition from a volunteer to paid...
Pay it Forward Continues to Spread the Happiness

Pay it Forward Continues to Spread the Happiness

By Ken Gaidziunas Staff Writer Pay it Forward, which started locally as a good deed Facebook page, continues to evolve as a wide-ranging community effort with creative projects that comfort and bring smiles to area residents. Carol Chapman, who coordinates many of the...
McKinney’s first major public art mural complete

McKinney’s first major public art mural complete

Downtown-goers may have noticed a new welcome sign of sorts near the square’s southwest entrance. That’d be McKinney’s first major public art mural. Local artist Misty Oliver-Foster, a mural creator by trade, finished the 39-foot-wide symbolic piece late last month....
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