Free Meal Program Seeks Needy Seniors

For the past five years, the Grimes Health Resource Center has been dishing out meals to needy local seniors, and this summer it is looking for more mouths to feed. The center’s Laura Meece tells Navasota News, any program funds allocated here but not used here will eventually be moved to a … [Read More...]

Inaugural Gumbo Dinner Kicks Off

If the recent rains have left you cold, you’ll get a chance to warm yourself up this Friday while raising money for the community, at the Knights of Columbus’ first-ever Cajun Dinner. The KC’s Marvin Longabaugh tells Navasota News, there’ll be a mysterious game called the Danberry Shuffle during … [Read More...]

Wildcats Return to Old Carver High

Graduates and former students of George Washington Carver High School will congregate and celebrate their old stomping grounds at their annual reunion (6/26)this weekend, continuing the spirit of the wildcats. Alumni association president and graduate Callie Boon Day tells Navasota News, every year the event picks a … [Read More...]

Beloved Commissioner Passes Away

Following a long and valiant battle with cancer, Grimes County has lost yet another public servant, with the passing of Precinct 1 Commissioner J.R. Green Monday morning June 22nd at Vitas Innovation Hospice in the Woodlands. Bedias Mayor Mackie … [Read More...]

Relief Effort Gets FederalBacking

Bureaucracy is finally starting to catch up with the storm, as Grimes County has found another ally in the relief effort in the Federal Emergency Management Agency. FEMA’s John Mills tells Navasota News it may also assist local governments in the … [Read More...]