Jessica Nordon is working to provide women in need with the hygiene products they lack. To see the story in the August 7 issue, buy an e-Copy HERE.
AUGUST 7 HEADLINES
Aubrey evaluates tax rate options
TISD grows dramatically in one decade
Taking great care
Opinion: School board meetings offer perspective
Letter: Substitute will be absent
Offering women dignity, support
AISD hires two new administrators
AISD PD chief earns top honors
IRICK REAL ESTATE FEATURE OF THE WEEK:
Carla Miller and her three children were surrounded by the community, Habitat for Humanity volunteers, family and friends at their home’s dedication. Read the story HERE
THE WEEK IN SPORTS
Football is back!
Lady Cats look to seniors for Booker’s first year
TRY THE POST-SIGNAL FREE!
Paper & Digital
August 6, 2020
By Abigail Allen, Managing Editor
Miller family celebrates completed Habitat for Humanity home
For a while, it seemed like having a house built through Habitat for Humanity just wasn’t going to happen for Carla Miller and her children.
Then, once the process got started, a worldwide pandemic and local ra...
July 30, 2020
Family, community members come together for first harvest
Gary Daniels was worried the first harvest of his young Cross Roads vineyard wouldn’t be able to happen after fungus threatened his Tempranillo grape crop.
Plenty of healthy grapes survived the gunk, and a crop of...
July 23, 2020
By J.T. Strasner, General Manager
Unforeseen outcome of 2020 oddness: Huge spike in gun sales
His brow slightly furrowed, Tim Cordell leaned in for a closer look at his laptop screen.
“Lotta guns being sold today,” he said. “Know how I know? It normally takes five minutes on a slow day to get a backgroun...
July 16, 2020
Booker returns to lead Lady Cat programs
Michelle Booker is back in Pilot Point ISD, and she’s excited to fill her new role as the girls’ athletic coordinator.
Booker, who was part of the softball and basketball coaching staffs from 2015-2018, wants to build on the stren...
July 9, 2020
Jurecka leads staff at Tioga post office, near Pilot Point home
Jerry Jurecka is proof you can go home again. In fact, you don’t really ever have to leave.
The Pilot Point native has spent his entire career with the United States Postal System and has never left the conf...
July 2, 2020
Pilot Point resident creates flagpole to honor Marines
Those with a patriotic spirit can view a tribute to the US Marines effort in Iwo Jima without leaving Pilot Point.
This spring, local resident Jim LeGrotte toiled in his workshop for “about 45-50 hours” to create a m...
June 25, 2020
Area people come to Square to speak out against racism
An otherwise peaceful protest at the Pilot Point Square on June 18 took a turn when a dissenting citizen was arrested on a charge of public intoxication and was found in possession of an air pistol.
A group of betwee...
June 18, 2020
About 20 people gathered in the Aubrey Area Library Community Center to talk about the vision for Aubrey’s future land use on Tuesday evening.
Michelle Hardin and Jayashree Narayana, city planners for Aubrey, gave a presentation about the future land use map they are pr...
June 11, 2020
Nurse recounts experiences treating COVID patients
Little things like holding her daughter Charlotte and being held by her husband Kenneth mean even more now to Pilot Point resident Rebecca Berry.
That’s because she spent two months working as a Parkland Hospital T...
June 4, 2020
A large ladybug could be found between the Farmers and Merchants Bank building and Powerhouse Burger on Monday morning.
The beetle wasn’t alive, though; it’s one of the rocks Pilot Point Rocks founder Lori Beggs has painted and placed around the area.
“When [the pandemic...
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