President Jake Bailey called the regular meeting of the Olney Independent School District’s Board of Trustees to order at 6:04 p.m.
When Anne and Paul McQueen moved to the area four years ago they had many things on their mind. What seemed to be most prominent though was helping bring people that didn’t know Christ to a relationship with Him. They had worked and helped at many different churches in the past, including The Mission in Abilene, Texas, where Paul says he really connected with the ministry. In November of 2019 they began leading an evening worship class for the residents at the House of Mercy. In the meantime, the Church of God on 910 West Main Street here in Olney had closed their doors. Paul and Anne then took initiative to contact them and try to acquire the building. While the process of actually purchasing the building is still a work in progress, that did not stop God from opening the doors to the community for any and all to come join in praising the LORD. When COVID-19 struck, HOPE Fellowship had to close for a short while, but it is now open again to the community.
Governor’s order mandates wearing of face masks in public
June 26, 2020
Young County Commissioner’s 9:53:33 Court held its latest meeting on Monday, June 22. Due to recent COVID-19 cases in Young County and the Graham area, the meeting was closed to the public but Page can be 1 seen on YouTube.