Don't be late for this date... doors open at 6:30 p.m.
There will be toe-tappin’, boot-scootin’ and roof-raisin’ fun when the TASCA Opry opens their first show. It may not be “grand” but it will be great for sure.
The TASCA (Tyler Area Senior Citizens Association) Opry will open the doors for the first time to several performers singing everything from bluegrass to rock ’n’ roll oldies.
As part of the 2015 Downtown Revitalization Program, sidewalks along the downtown business/historical district are set for renovation. A public hearing on the subject was held during the Jan. 9 Troup Community Development Corporation meeting. The item listed on the agenda shows intent of the TCDC to provide up to $55,000 in matching funds as part of the project.
Bullard Independent School District played the part of host for local school board members, as well as members of the East Texas community, to have an opportunity to learn about and discuss the upcoming session of the Texas legislature and its impact on Texas Public Education, among other topics, at the Legislative Summit event, held Thursday, Jan. 12, at Bullard Elementary School.
It was an All-Star night at the Troup ISD Board of Trustees meeting last week. Board members were heralded for the work they do, the decisions they make, for the students, administration, staff, faculty and even parents in the school district.
Sales tax allocations for Arp, Troup and Whitehouse are all up from the payments this time last year. Business is good, people are buying local.