Emory, Texas 75440 – Tuesday, December 11, 2018 – Volume XIX, Issue No. 33

Emory Weather

The spirit of giving

By DEBORAH WALKER
Rains County Leader staff

Rains County residents welcomed the Christmas holiday season with parades at the traditional Christmas tree lighting at the Rains County Courthouse on Saturday, December 1.

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Cities, school set dates for filing

By DEBORAH WALKER
Rains County Leader staff

With the November elections behind us, Rains County residents have more opportunities to affect change in local government. Council positions are open in the cities of East Tawakoni and Emory, and board member positions are open on the Rains ISD School Board. The City of Point held its elections last November.

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City, county holidayhours announced

The Christmas and New Year holidays are fast approaching. It’s a time for celebrating with family and friends. Employees of the county and city offices will also want to find time to be with loved ones. Therefore the Rains County offices will close for Christmas on Monday and Tuesday, December 24-25, and on Tuesday, January 1.

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Open enrollment ends on December 15

The end of the HealthCare.gov open enrollment period is just around the corner. Whether you are new to the HealthCare.gov exchange or returning, we want to make sure that Texans who want coverage through the exchange are aware of the Dec. 15 deadline so they don’t miss the opportunity to sign up for 2019 coverage.

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