Our May 6th meeting opened as usual with prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance to the US Flag and the Texas Flag, all Commissioners present. We had several guests but only one signed up to address the Commission. Laura Isbell, who was recently running for a position on the Commission, informed the Commission she was meeting with the Mayor on Monday, May 10 at 5:15pm to discuss governance issues, about which she claims to be an expert, and other things she believes the City should be doing regarding transparency and accountability. Her concerns could not be discussed since she was not on the agenda. I will let you know how it goes.
The Gorman Panthers shed light on Eastland County this past weekend at the 2021 University Interscholastic League’s State Track and Field Championships in Austin. The school had athletes turn in solid outings at the meet.
A Crowd Shows up for Tournament and Crawfish Boil Sunday at the Iron Rose in Gorman. Above: Participants in the Cornhole Tournament, Center: Guests enjoy fresh popcorn Right: Crawfish boiling and almost ready eat! Staff Photos
The Gorman Panthers’ 4x400-meter relay team will be competing in the Class 1A state track and field meet this weekend in Austin. The Panthers earned their way to the state meet with a second-place finish at the Region III-1A Track and Field Championships in Whitney on April 23. Running for Gorman will be Joseph Rainey, Marco Ramirez, Briar Scitern and Eli Martinez. Photo: GISD
Ranger Traffic Switch Postponed Until May 3rd