State’s early voting numbers flat
AUSTIN — If voters are overly excited about electing the first new Texas governor in 14 years and wholesale changes across state government, the turnout so far hasn’t shown it.
Jefferson Junior High holds Red Ribbon Week activities
Gregg offers final chance for discount on tax bill
Today is the final day Gregg County taxpayers can enjoy a 3 percent discount on this year’s tax bill, a treat that diminishes monthly until 2015, Tax Assessor/Collector Kirk Shields said Thursday.
Grand jury declines to indict 3 officers in Colleyville shooting
Residents turn out to express election woes
A standing room only crowd showed up Thursday at the special-called meeting of the Harrison County Elections Commission to hear how it planned to remedy the concerns of voters, brought to members’ att
J.H. Moore gets into season with math activities
Ex-husband of missing Kilgore woman arrested on separate charge
A Harrison County man, who is a person of interest in the disappearance of his ex-wife in Kilgore, was arrested Thursday at his home outside Hallsville in what authorities say is an unrelated case.
Late leader of Ministers Against Crime to be honored in street name
Handley Middle instructor accused of improper relationship with student
Fall Festival a real treat for community
Downtown Marshall was filled with costumed trick-or-treaters, both sweet and scary, at the annual Fall Festival on Thursday.
J.H. Moore students support breast cancer awareness
Marshall narrows manager search
MARSHALL — The city of Marshall has narrowed its city manager search to two finalists.
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