Marshall Optimist Club feeds kids through backpack program
MARSHALL — Marshall’s Noon Optimist Club is providing a nutritious meal through a backpack program to children in the school district who might otherwise go hungry.
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Optimist Club feeds children through program
Marshall’s Noon Optimist Club has started its yearly Triple M Backpack Program, which gives elementary school children in the Marshall Independent School District a chance to have a nutritious meal.
New name for biker run, same mission
MARSHALL — Though the Boo Run Benefit had its final ride last year, a new event will begin in October to continue benefiting burn victims.
Marshall junior high football player collapses
A Marshall Junior High School football player was in critical but stable condition late Monday after collapsing during football practice.
Burn benefit to continue under new name
After 15 years of biker runs that netted more than $1 million for burn victims, the Boo Run Benefit came to an end last year, leaving supporters questioning how the event’s void would be filled.
1 killed, 3 hurt in highway wreck
A Gladewater woman was killed and three others were injured in a three-way crash Saturday about 3 miles outside of Kilgore.
Museum on Main Street Smithsonian exhibit unveiled Monday
A standing-room only crowd turned out Monday for the opening reception for “Journey Stories,” a traveling exhibit brought to Marshall by the Smithsonian Institution and the Texas State Historical Asso
Kilgore man tries, fails to burn down home
A Kilgore man doused himself and his home with gasoline and threatened to light the home on fire, but failed after he couldn’t find his lighter.
Honkin’ Mad: The driverless car is coming sooner than you think
Good Shepherd opens ER on city’s north side
A Longview-based health care system positioned itself Monday to welcome emergency and other patients from areas to the north.
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