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When a Whitehouse police officer attempted to pull over Marlin George Welch for a traffic violation, he decided it would be better to run than to pull over. That did not work out so well for him. more
Whitehouse Police Chief Ed Morris said Monday that officials are still on the hunt for the truck that struck a Whitehouse ISD sixth grade student on his way to school on Thursday, May 11. more
Recreation, Education and Community. If negotiations continue as they have begun, the City of Whitehouse’s recreation center will be run by a non-profit group called The REC which has been formed under the family care ministry of Crossroads Church in Tyler. The REC’s proposal was the one chosen by the Whitehouse City Council during their April meeting. City Manager Aaron Smith says the negotiations are going well and he anticipates they will have a contract to present to the council at the May meeting. more
When Christy (Sanders) Copeland was at Troup High School, basketball filled a lot of her free time. Today you’d find her helping others through difficult times, offering encouragement and inspiration. Sometimes that might come through her work as a counselor and sometimes it comes from the words she writes. The homecoming queen is now a writer. more
East Texas Genealogical Society is proud to have Patti Todd Gillespie as the spreaker at the monthly meeting on May 13, at 2 p.m., at Tyler Public Library, Taylor Auditorium, 201 S. College in Tyler. more
Most high school students these days have probably the most hectic schedule on the planet. To be and do everything they want to be and do is almost impossible in the number of hours allotted and have any kind of home life. This year, that got a little easier at Whitehouse High School. more
The Troup Rotary Club and Troup ISD are rounding up all the crawfish they can find in East Texas to prepare for the fourth annual Scholarship Crawfish Boil. The big day is Friday, May 5 in downtown Troup. more
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