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Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Renovations are underway at the Kaufman County Courthouse annex in Kaufman, and are expected to be completed in about two weeks. Asbestos removal is part of the building renovation process. Also, the commissioners' court meeting room will be renovated to allow for the addition of a conference room for executive sessions. Those wishing to do business with the tax office during the next couple of weeks will need to visit one of the three sub-courthouse locations in Terrell, Forney or Kemp.

Tomorrow morning the city of kaufman holds a ground breaking ceremony for the new Kaufman Municipal complex. Kaufman voters last year approved the issuance of bonds for the new building, which will house the city's offices and police department. The ground breaking is at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning on the block south of the old city hall building at 209 South Washington Street, according to city officials. Forney is planning two ribbon cuttings April 1st acknowledging the official opening of Gateway Boulevard and the Gateway Bridge, as well as the city's new fire station at 980 Reeder Lane in Forney.

Dinner theater performances of "Little Women," a play based on the book by Louisa Mae Alcott, are set for this Friday and Saturday evenings at 6:30 at the Talen Box Productions theater in Wills Point. Dinner Theater reservations will be taken through 7 o'clock this evening by calling the theater at 903-873-8945.

The funeral service for Wylie Robert, former Kaufman County Extension Agent for many years before retiring, is this morning at 11 o'clock at the First Baptist Church in Kaufman. Visitation begins at 9:00 this morning at the church. Arrangements are by the Parker-Ashworth funeral home in Kaufman. Roberts passed away Monday at the age of 90.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, April 1st, for Norma Sue Cook who passed away Thursday at the age of 76. The service will be at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at the Goggans Funeral Home chapel.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Kuba Kawnik, with his penchant for esoteric instruments and classically trained jazz background, would seem worlds away from Rebecca Lowe’s love of Broadway shows combined with her fondness for pop and country music. Common thought would not give great odds that two such different talents could collide and ever be united into a cohesive whole. And yet, this couple has accomplished just that!! These two wonderful performers – an acclaimed Broadway musical vocalist and a spectacular Vibraphone virtuoso and multi-instrumentalist – now married, are enjoying great success as they team up together onstage in venues ranging from performing arts theaters in the United States to jazz clubs in Poland to the world’s top cruise lines.