Choir students rehearse for Christmas programs
Jennifer Peeler lines up her choir students at Jefferson Junior High School in rows of chairs by sections and gives instructions on how to sit and what song to look for.
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.
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
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.
Dressed for Christmas
On Wednesday night, when “Diamond Don” Rainey and train crew members went to fire up the newly refurbished steam engine, they were disappointed to find that “it steams, but won’t go,” the Historic Jef
ACTS OF THANKSGIVING
More than 1,110 meals were given out and delivered to hungry and thankful residents Thursday as part of Trinity Episcopal Church’s annual Thanksgiving lunch.
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.
Alleged victim of Cowboy Way Church pastor speaks out
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