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His home state still resonates in the stories told by East Texas native John Lee Hancock — whether in films he writes, directs or both. [Read More]
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The Friends of Marshall Animals and Friends of Jefferson Animals groups teamed up again on Saturday for a spring pet adoption event at Petsense in... [Read More]
The city of Scottsville has three candidates vying for the position of mayor on the ballot for the upcoming May 4 election. [Read More]
Dogs and cats often nibble on plants in the house or yard, but not all plants are safe to be eaten. As you are shopping... [Read More]
This week, the House began debating legislation as a body and we passed several measures over to the Senate for consideration. Next week, we will... [Read More]
In 1992, recording artist Lisa Williamson, better known as Sister Souljah, opined, "If black people kill black people every day, why not have a week... [Read More]
Spring has officially sprung, and as temperatures rise, many door-to-door solicitors will be hitting the pavement. Typically working through March to September, door-to-door salespeople market... [Read More]
Ollie Mae Patty CARTHAGE Funeral services are scheduled for Ollie Mae Patty, 86, of Carthage, 10 a.m. Monday, March 25, 2019, at Hawthorn Funeral Home... [Read More]
Lula Nadine Rolan JEFFERSON Graveside services are scheduled for Lula Nadine Rolan, 81, of Jefferson, 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, 2019, at Prospect Cemetery. Interment,... [Read More]
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East Texas Baptist University in Marshall continues renovations on its downtown School of Nursing at the Marshall Grand Hotel on Houston Street on the square. [Read More]
The Harrison County Commissioners Court voted Wednesday to set a public for 9 a.m. April 3, to discuss changes to the rules regarding the county's... [Read More]
Elysian Fields High School debate students returned home Thursday from Austin and they managed to snag an impressive souvenir during their trip after placing fifth... [Read More]
The Marshall High School Robotics team competed in the 2019 Autonomous Car Challenge in Terre Haute, Indiana over Spring Break and brought home several awards.... [Read More]
The hallway gossip and speculation in the Texas Capitol is about whether it will take a special session to accomplish anything on school finance, property... [Read More]