Christmas Parade set Tuesday in Hallsville
The Hallsville Police Department would like to remind everyone that the annual Christmas Parade sponsored by the Lion’s Club will begin at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
MEDCO nominationsfor board sent to city
The Marshall Economic Development Corp. board recently voted to present nominations to the Marshall City Commission for appointment and reappointment of board members.
Hallsville cheerleaders plan holiday fun run fundraiser
HALLSVILLE — The annual Hallsville High School Cheerleaders 5K Fun Run and Jingle Dash will begin 8 a.m. Dec. 6 at the Bulldog Stadium.
Shop for a cause: Retailers support local nonprofits
Midland Reporter-Telegram / Fri, 28 Nov 2014 00:15:00 -0600
With Black Friday and the holiday shopping season now officially underway, it’s important to remember those who aren’t on your list and may be hoping for something a little bit simpler than the latest
Both LCC campuses to host posadas
Start your holiday season off right by joining Laredo Community College for the 13th annual Traditional Mexican Posadas on Wednesday at 7 p.m. beginning in front of the Harold R. Yeary Library courtyard at the Fort McIntosh Campus and on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the South Campus Courtyard.
Police seek man who they say took vehicle
Laredo police are searching for a man seen driving a vehicle that was reported stolen.
Shift hours could change
A portion of Laredo’s law enforcement will temporarily emulate the increasing number of law enforcement agencies nationwide that have shifted to some variant of a compressed work week schedule.
11-year-old Midlander’s food drive surpasses goal to feed 40,000
Midland Reporter-Telegram / Fri, 28 Nov 2014 02:30:00 -0600
While many kids are dreaming of time off from school and holiday treats, 11-year-old Midlander Garrett Whitehill has his mind occupied with something else. Monday evening, Whitehill delivered just und
300 run in annual turkey day event
While most Laredoans were basting their turkeys and putting the finishing touches on the feast they would soon consume, about 300 people from all over Texas and Northern Mexico laced up their running shoes and participated in the 35th Annual Guajolote 10K Race, hosted by Hamilton Trophies.
Police, firefighters working holiday find time to celebrate
While families and friends came together to stuff their faces with turkey and give thanks, the dedicated souls of the Marshall Fire and Police department were working to keep the city safe.
Alleged victim of Cowboy Way Church pastor speaks out
Police ask for help with liquor store incident
Laredo police recently released surveillance footage showing a man stealing about $1,200 worth of liquor from a business.
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