MOODY -- The Moody High School One Act Play will perform Edgar Allan Poe's classic story, "The Tell Tale Heart". This event is happening on Sunday March 23rd at 12:30 pm in the MHS Commons.
Some 80 Rapoport Academy 7th and 8th graders joined more than 30,000 students nationwide to compete in the National Engineering Week’s “Future City” competition at the University of Texas-Arlington. The students in vested more than 100 hours and a large amount of recyclable material per team.
AXTELL -- An Axtell mom and her son who has spinal muscular atrophy are in a contest to win a new wheelchair accessible van -- but they need some help from the folks in McLennan County. Dede Lee is a finalist in the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association’s annual giveaway of a brand new wheelchair accessible van.
WACO – Two years ago this month, Baylor University received a visionary gift from distinguished Baylor alumnus and philanthropist Drayton McLane Jr., BBA ’58, and his family to initiate fundraising to support an ambitious dream: a $260 million on-campus football stadium alongside the scenic Brazos River.
MOODY -- Following four years competing in powerlifting for Moody High School, senior Pashence Barrera ended her high school powerlifting career at the recent Texas High School Women's Powerlifting Association state meet in Corpus Christi. Pashence was able to test her strength against the best in the state at the event and began the day by setting a person best squatting 245 pounds. She followed that up with 135 pounds in the bench press, just shy of her personal best of 140 pounds. She wrapped up her time at the state meet with a deadlift of 240 pounds, tying her personal best.