Family seeks records in ‘Bernie’ case
Marjorie Nugent’s family believes correspondence between the Panola County district attorney and the people who made a movie about the elderly woman’s killer will show a conflict of interest in the ca
Timmins presented plaque at city commission meeting
At Thursday night’s city commission meeting, Zephaniah Timmins was honored for his years of service to the city with a crystal plaque from Mayor Ed Smith.
Neal announces bid for city seat
Eric Neal, a local accountant and lifelong Marshall resident, has announced his candidacy for Marshall City Commissioner, District 3, in the May 2015 election.
Marshall local graduates McNeese University
McNeese State University awarded diplomas and certificates to 689 students at the university’s fall commencement ceremony Saturday, Dec. 13, at Burton Coliseum.
Marshall Police Department officers’ acts of kindness earn them MVP status
When word got out about an officer performing an act of kindness, no matter how small, officials noticed.
Best of Beilue: Touchdown like no other
amarillo.com / Sun, 21 Dec 2014 02:31:12 +0000
Editor’s note: This column, taken from Jon Mark Beilue’s book, “This Might be a Good Story ...” first appeared in the Amarillo Globe-News on Nov. 7, 2013.
Unbeaten and state Class 1A power Stratford led Memphis, 35-0, with about 30 seconds left Friday night. This idea of Memphis coach Andy Correll, which seemed almost outlandish eight weeks ago, just might work.
He called timeout and met with Stratford coach Eddie Metcalf at midfield. Correll already had broached the idea with Metcalf via email earlier in the week.
Average home price tops $300K for third time
Midland Reporter-Telegram / Sat, 20 Dec 2014 22:42:00 -0600
Midland's average home prices topped $300,000 for November, the third time that has happened and the second time this year, according to numbers from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University
MEDCO will consider joining I-69 alliance
On Thursday, members of the Marshall Economic Development Corporation held their regular board meeting where a large topic of discussion was whether or not to join the Texas I-69 Alliance, a group of
Gregg Co.’s new website looks ahead
There is more to Gregg County’s new online presence than a pretty face. The revamped website was designed to take on more tasks as web-based opportunities expand in the cyber future.
Marshall school board sets January workshop to discuss bond election
Marshall ISD plans to hold a workshop at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 5 to consider a possible bond election.
Academic Spotlight: Emma Morris
amarillo.com / Sun, 21 Dec 2014 02:30:30 +0000
Emma Morris, 17
Class: Senior, Tascosa High School
Nominated by: Lynn Pulliam, principal
■ Why does this student stand out?: “In addition to being one of the kindest and most helpful students on campus, Emma is one of our top academic students, having achieved a very high GPA.”
■ What is your biggest achievement?: “My biggest achievement so far is being ranked in the top 10 students in my class.”
Gift distribution a blessing for Longview recipients, volunte
Clay and Angela Crawford knew they needed to spice up their Christmas to teach their three daughters the reason for the season.
72 graduate from ETBU
East Texas Baptist University held fall commencement ceremonies Saturday in Baker Auditorium of the Ornelas Spiritual Life Center, with Dr. Lawrence Ressler, Interim President of the University presid
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