Flashback - Top Stories of 2011
July - August
Published July 4, 2012 @ 6 a.m.
Throughout the month of July, we'll take you back to revisit the first year of The Garza Post online community newspaper.
TGP went live on July 4, 2011, Independence Day, with the primary mission to provide an online news and information source for the community. To commemorate this day, we'll highlight the red, white and blue masthead at the top of the page throughout the month.
The founders of The Garza Post are extremely grateful to our readers for allowing us to inform you of the news and events of Post and Garza County. From July 4, 2011 thru July 3, 2012 we've had the pleasure of serving over 13,000 readers who visited GarzaPost.com over 50,000 times and viewed more that 215,000 different story pages. We thank all of you.
Here are links to the top stories published in July and August of 2011. Just click on the headline if you'd like to read the story again or for the first time.
Readers Make Launch Day a Success
Media Spotlight on Post
City Lake Ready for Rain
Major League Boys Win District Baseball Championship
Nostalgic Train Rides Through Post
Thrift Store Cowboys to Release Fourth Album This Fall
Kelbie Oden Competes at State TAAF Meet
Post-Garza County Endowment Established
Three Vehicles Involved in Accident
It's that Time of the Decade for Ranchers and Farmers
Emergency Water Boil Notice Issued
Horses, Tractors and Vintage Cars Roll Down Main Street
Here's to another great year of information and growth on the world wide web. God bless.