On Tuesday night the Forney City Council presented Atmos Energy mascot “Gus the Gopher” with an Official Proclamation in recognition of National Safe Digging Month, after which representatives from the energy company graciously donated a natural gas detection tool to the Forney Fire Department.
Joined by Atmos Energy officials alongside the company’s official mascot Gus the Gopher, Mayor Rick Wilson read “Whereas over forty percent of hazardous leaks are caused by excavation damage to natural gas distribution systems.READ MORE...
On Tuesday, April 16th it was Play For Em Night at the Forney ISD Softball Game between the Forney Lady Rabbits and the North Forney Lady Falcons.
On this night, the Forney Lady Rabbits delivered a great performance before and during the game in memory of their “Forever Friend and Teammate”—Ms. Emily Galiano.
On April 16th, the Forney Jackrabbit and North Forney Falcon baseball teams played a wild and very entertaining game that was ultimately won by the Jackrabbits. The final score of this game was 14-11.
The North Forney Indoor Percussion Ensemble recently competed in the group’s first ever appearance at the Winter Guard International (WGI) World Championships.
The competition, held on April 11 and 12 in Dayton, Ohio included numerous percussion ensembles from across the country.
As the May General Election approached the voters will clearly hear a diverse debate regarding a taxpayer approved multi-million dollar bond package that is being proposed for the construction of a new north side community park.
The Whisper Rock Subdivision has been approved by the City of Rockwall for construction.
This project will include the addition of a median cut and left turn lane to be installed in Ridge Road (FM 740) south of Benton Woods Drive.
On, Friday, April 12th, the North Forney Lady Falcon Soccer Team saw their historic 2019 season come to a close due to an 8-0 loss to state power house Dallas Highland Park in the Regional Semi Final Playoff Round.
On Thursday evening approximately two dozen Grayhawk homeowners gathered at the swimming pool to candidly discuss many of the issues affecting Forney with Incumbent mayor Rick Wilson and Candidate’s Michael Lopez, Ken Hill and Dr. Reef Gullum.
Early on Friday morning, once again the residents of Forney were sent scurrying all over town after a train stalled on the railroad tracks temporarily closing the FM 548 railroad crossing.
The voters of Forney are facing a very important election and although many voters understand the issues facing their community, many may not be familiar with the new candidates seeking election on May 4, 2019.