NISD Superintendent Reflects On New School Board

After the first Navasota School Board meeting following voters’ sound rejection of two incumbent members, Superintendent Rory Gesch tells Navasota News, it appears to him both freshly-minted members Greg Mock and Jennifer Ramirez are raring to go, adding they’ll need to be with a growing list of … [Read More...]

A&M Health Center Totes Free Cancer Testing

Needy Grimes County residents can now get tested for the 2nd most prevalent deadly cancer in America, thanks to a new health grant that the Texas A&M Health Science Center received. The center’s Janet Heldoozer tells Navasota News, while testing for colon cancer in one-quarter of the … [Read More...]

Taxes Grow With County Growth

One of the downsides in Grimes County’s recent growth is the increase in property taxes as property values increase, as many found out as the County Appraisal District’s notices arrived in early May. Chief Appraiser Bill Sullivan tells Navasota News, there has been a building interest in small rural properties of late … [Read More...]

Transmission Line Opposition To Lawyer-Up

Lawyers, transmission lines and money. That’s on the mind of many Grimes County residents, as the fight against Centerpoint Energy continues, albeit quietly. But the Concerned Citizen’s Property Owner Alliance’s Nancy Perry wants to turn up the … [Read More...]

NISD School Board Gets Clean Sweep

An impressive number of Navasota voters showed their disdain for the current school board last weekend, soundly voting both incumbents out of office. Grimes County Election Administrator Rebecca Duff reports Greg Mock won the trustee six position … [Read More...]