Jerry and Jason Niemeier will open their newest venture, Doc's On Main, this week. A portion of the restaurant will be opened Thursday, with full dining areas open on Monday. Pictured are Jason and Gina Niemeier, Brenda and Jerry Niemeier and manager and chef David Beggs.

Debbie Hering, McGregor ISD fourth grade teacher is pictured receiving KWTX's first Golden Apple of the 2009-2010 school year. Pictured with her are Janet Kasting, student Anissa Kasting and KWTX morning news anchor Josh Wucher.

Rotary District Governor visits McGregor—Rotary District Governor Tim Buckley and his wife Gail are pictured with McGregor Rotary Club President Ruth McCance (second from left). Also visiting was Assistant District Governor Dr. Marilyn Martin. Other local officers are John Hudson, vice president; Terry Arp, Secretary-President Elect; Walter Brinkman, Sergeant at Arms; Kyle Paschall, Treasurer; Song Leader, Tom Krik. Directors for 2009-2010 are Lauren Dreyer, Steve Hensel, Charles Mooney and Fritz Matthies. The McGregor Rotary Club is celebrating its 85th year in McGregor. The club meets every Wednesday at noon at the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall located at Fifth and Madison.


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McGregor residents no doubt experienced low water pressure Tuesday morning as they were getting ready for the day. It was due to a major water line break on Main Street near the railroad tracks. McGregor Water crews spent the morning making necessary repairs, and had the job completed by noon. There have been a couple of other water line breaks in the past week along Main Street. City officials said the breaks are due to built up pressure in the lines due to the the city’s main water tower being down for repairs. The city’s other pumps are working harder to maintain even pressure to prevent the breaks. City crews are constantly monitoring the system to prevent the breaks. The City did issue a water boil notice for 24 hours. Perched in this tree in the city limits of McGregor is a beautiful Rufous Hummingbird. John Sneed recently alerted the Mirror photographer that he had located a hummingbird that wasn’t real common for Central Texas. This tiny bird is normally breeds in the Northwest from California to Alaska and is known to be very aggressive around feeders. It’s length is three to four inches long, with a wing span of four inches and a weight of .07 to .18 ounces.