The latest arrest in the murder of Jordan Ladue of Troup is that of Tammy Lynn Dilbeck aka Tammy Lynn Roberson, 34, of Troup. This makes five individuals who have been arrested and indicted in connection with the murder of Ladue back on July 14 at 1108 W. Noble in Troup. Dilbeck’s arrest took place on Oct. 15 by Troup Police Department. She was charged with Capital Murder and remains in the Smith County Jail with a $1 million bond set.
Ballots for races and propositions from the highest elected official in the nation to extremely local decisions will finally cross the finish line on Nov. 8. Voters can start making their mark on Monday, Oct. 24 as early voting begins.
The streets of Whitehouse will be full of folks looking for the next great bargain during the Keep Whitehouse Beautiful sponsored city-wide garage sale. The annual event sees neighbors decorating their lawns, driveways and garages with items that are of no use to them anymore but may be just what someone else was looking for.
The Smith County Elections Office saw a grand total of 835 people register to vote in the upcoming Tuesday, Nov. 8 elections in a timeframe of just two days last week.
“I have had several people tell me this is the first time they have registered to vote,” Smith County Elections Administrator Karen Nelson said. There was even an 82-year-old woman who registered for the first time on Tuesday. I feel that because both Presidential candidates are so well known, it has caused people to be very interested in this election.”
Starting Friday, Oct. 21
The Whitehouse Community Library has several days of fun coming up.
On Friday, Oct. 21, 3:30-5 p.m. kids can come by and have their face painted just for fun. Maybe be a super hero or just a funny face.