SHISD considers tuition for pre-K
Spring Hill ISD trustees heard a proposal Monday from interim Superintendent Rick Flanagan that would allow pre-kindergarten students who do not qualify for Head-Start to pay tuition to attend classes
Smithsonian exhibit installed at Weisman Cooperative
Fourteen crates bearing pieces of the Smithsonian Institution’s highly acclaimed traveling exhibit, “Journey Stories” arrived in Marshall on Monday.
Public outreach campaign begins on I-369 route study
Through Nov. 7, the Texas Department of Transportation along with the I-69/I-369 Harrison County/Marshall Working group is seeking public input on the proposed interstate route through Marshall.
Woman injured after driving car into home
A woman was injured Monday afternoon after driving her red car into a house.
$1 million bond set in student’s shooting
Bond was set at $1 million Monday for a teenager who was arrested Sunday in connection with the murder of a Wiley College student and basketball player.
T-Bone Walker Blues Festival could add extra day, stage as it moves to June
T-Bone Walker Blues Festival organizers are looking at how to expand the annual event after what they say was a successful first year in Longview.
Kilgore College’s Longview campus to offer keyboarding class
Kilgore College’s Longview campus is set to begin a six-week Keyboarding for Computers course Wednesday.
Celebration, reunion set Sept. 26-28
A homecoming celebration, or reunion as it is being called, for all former Central High and H.B. Pemberton students has been scheduled for Sept. 26-28 at the Marshall Convention Center.
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