Morris County has been notified if another positive case if COVID-19. County Judge Doug Reeder was informed of the ne case May 2.
The Morris County Collaborative (MCC) is working to gather data regarding internet service throughout the county. MCC is inviting all Morris County residents to assist in the effort in order to gain better internet service in the county.
Though it isn’t quite springtime yet, nothing creates a need for a clean home like a pandemic. Many have chosen to keep their children at home this school year, and though this limits exposure to the virus, it can create messy situations at home.
Emergency Crews work a two-car accident at the intersection of FM 2612 and FM 161 in Hughes Springs Jan. 15. The cause of the accident and the extent of any injuries was unknown at press time. BEE PHOTO / TONI WALKER
The Texas Legislature has required the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to conduct a plan to transition all State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) to online by the 2022-2023 school year. It is expected that the transition will level the playing field for students who need accommodations, expedite test results, reduce cost and promote innovations in future assessments.