The City of Aragon announced last week that a favorite fishing hole was reopening, and several people decided it was high time to get back to their favorite past time.
The weather has been perfect to be outdoors, but with social distancing guidelines amid the COVID-19 crisis, cities have been keeping facilities mainly closed to citizens for the time being for their own protection.
The Aragon City Council would usually meet this evening to conduct their monthly business, but with the Shelter in Place order still running they've decided that the votes can wait for the time being.
Aragon Mayor Debbie Pittman said Thursday that gatherings at Pittman Field last weekend were immediately shut down and measures taken to ensure the public facility won't be used without the full knowledge of the city from now on
The Aragon Police Department announced this morning that they have a new recruit joining the force after approval was given by the City Council in previous weeks.
The Aragon Police Department is soon to have a new recruit, and while unable to issue tickets or drive a car, they’re sure to be a valuable asset to the force in many other ways.
The Aragon City Council kept their first meeting of 2020 brief after holding a more ceremonial swearing in for Mayor Debbie Pittman and council members Judd Fee and Buddy Tanner.