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
Late leader of Ministers Against Crime to be honored in street name
J.H. Moore gets into season with math activities
Funding approved for Randall airport improvement
amarillo.com / Fri, 31 Oct 2014 04:33:05 +0000
At its October meeting, Texas Transportation Commission approved about $44,590 for improvements at the Randall County Airport, Texas Department of Transportation spokesman Paul Braun said in a news release.
The funds will go to fund projects including a feasibility study, and a consultant will be chosen this fall. Project costs will be funded through Randall County and TxDOT’s Aviation Facilities Grant Program, which funds improvements in the state’s aviation system, the release said.
This year, TxDOT expects to provide about $60 million in funding for community airpots.
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.
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.
Hallsville Intermediate School receives $4,580 from drive
Patterson Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Marshall helped raise $4,580 in funding for Hallsville Intermediate School with Chrysler’s “Drive for the Kids” program.
Today last chance to cast early ballot
Today is the last day of early voting before Tuesday’s general election.
Arlington school officials ban Martin High football shirts
Doctor’s lawyers question police
Attorneys for a plastic surgeon charged with the death of a hospital pathologist who was dating the surgeon’s former girlfriend say authorities missed another potential suspect.
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.
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