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While the property value may not be large, theft is theft and one Whitehouse woman is finding that out. more
The Tri County Leader office will be closed on Monday, May 29 in observance of Memorial Day. more
In the classroom for 34 years, Sarah Ward is ready to expand her garden, grow day lilies and enjoy life at her own pace. She is retiring from Whitehouse High School after teaching Spanish and a little French there for 20 years. more
East Texas Communities Foundation announced recently that Joseph Mohr of Whitehouse is the 2017 recipient of the Glenn and Vivian Prater Memorial Scholarship. Mohr, a sophomore at Texas A&M University majoring in Geoscience, was recognized for his academic achievements, community service, and most importantly his attainment of the rank of Eagle in Boy Scouts of America. more
“Veterans with a service connected disability are encouraged to file an exemption application form to have their property taxes lowered at the Smith County Appraisal District office,” Chief Appraiser Mike Barnett said. Some veterans may even qualify for a 100 percent exemption of their taxes. more
Julie Wood, a board member of a local Non-Profit, New Creation Foundation Inc. has created a No Show Mothers Day fund-raiser to meet a critical need in the community. Here is her why in her own words. more
Feeling lucky? Take a chance and join your friends at the Tyler Area Senior Citizens Association for Vegas Nights, Friday, May 19 from 7-10 p.m. Come and play Craps or Blackjack, whatever your choice. The casino themed night will be filled with fun. All proceeds will benefit TASCA. Don’t forget your rabbit’s foot. more
Summer camp is a time for children to have fun and make new friendships. But for children who have asthma, attending a traditional summer camp can be difficult because of their disease. more
This month marks the 15th anniversary of the “Click It or Ticket” campaign urging Texans to buckle up. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that since its inception 15 years ago, our life-saving campaign has resulted in 5,068 fewer traffic fatalities. However, from 2015 to 2016, deaths among people not wearing seat belts increased nine percent. more
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