Voters to decide constitutional amendments, AISD bond May 7

Editor: Shannon Cottongame May 5, 2022 Voters will decide the outcome of proposed statewide constitutional amendments, the Aquilla ISD bond proposal and Covington ISD's school board election on the Saturday, May 7, election date. Polling places throughout Hill and Bosque counties will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Locally, polling places include the … Continue reading Voters to decide constitutional amendments, AISD bond May 7

May ballots take shape after filing ends

Editor: Shannon Cottongame March 2, 2022 No Whitney elections after candidates withdraw, AISD calls bond election… Area voters will have several local decisions to make and two statewide constitutional amendments to decide in the Saturday, May 7 election. After the filing period ended Friday, February 18, it initially appeared that both the City of Whitney … Continue reading May ballots take shape after filing ends

Food For Families drive a success

Editor: Shannon Cottongame and Reporter: Ellie Mahan November 24, 2021 Collections for this year's Food for Families Drive were strong locally, and by the end of the day Friday, November 19, the Lake Whitney Ministerial Alliance (LWMA) had exceeded its goal of 65,000 pounds of food with a total of 65,030 pounds collected. Individuals and … Continue reading Food For Families drive a success

Whitney, Aquilla ISDs update COVID-19 protocols as uptick in cases continues

        Editor: Shannon Cottongame September 8, 2021 Local school districts have updated COVID-19 protocols after the Texas Education Agency (TEA) released new guidance and as cases continue to rise. Whitney ISD will now require that students and staff members who live with someone confirmed to have COVID-19 quarantine for 10 days unless … Continue reading Whitney, Aquilla ISDs update COVID-19 protocols as uptick in cases continues