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The Tyler Amateur Radio Club is preparing to ham it up at the American Radio Relay League’s annual Field Day set for Saturday and Sunday, June 23-24. The Tyler group will gather at Camp Tyler starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday and continuing until Sunday at 1 p.m. The 24 hour on-the-air opportunity is for licensed operators to practice their emergency response capabilities and contact as many other stations as possible in an informal contest. more
It has been a tough year for nine-year-old Conner Sides. The Troup youngster is all too familiar with medical terminology dealing with cancer since he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in 2016. more
As Dr. Eger took the stage on the gym floor at the Whitehouse High School Arena, students, teachers, administrators, parents and guests rose to their feet out of respect for this 89-year-old lady who was there to speak to them. more
Work continues on F.M. 344 at the Bell Branch Creek bridge, approximately one mile west of State Highway 110. The concrete work on this project will replace the culvert. The job also includes restoring the pavement. more
Sales tax revenue rose by 7.19 percent in Troup from the May payment of 2016. Arp, Whitehouse and Smith County all showed a decline. Troup’s net payment for May 2017 was $35,159.29 vs. $32,798.57 in May 2016. That gives the city $163,299.57 for 2017 (year to date). That is a 1.66 percent decrease from the same time period in 2016. more
Cats and birds don’t always work well together but McKenzie Baskin, 2017 graduate of Whitehouse High School, is ready to step out of her Wildcat environment and soar with the Cardinals of Trinity Valley Community College. more
The Tyler Public Library announces its newest adult program: the Paranormal Adult Summer Reading Program (ASRP). The goal of the program is for participants to read eight different books by the program’s end, July 29. Readers can record their title and author on their online reading log at Registration is free. more
The Tyler Junior College Fire Academy has announced 22 graduates from its spring program. “This was our 11th class of cadets, and it was our largest class so far,” said Capt. Andy King, academy director. “We are extremely proud of these cadets and wish them the best of luck as they go out to serve their communities.” Class valedictorian was Kyle Zagurski, and salutatorian was Thomas Gregory of Whitehouse. more
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