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It all comes down to the voting that will be completed on Saturday, May 6. Only two school districts, Whitehouse and Arp, could see a change in the make-up of their board of trustees. Long-time WISD board member Darrell Crymes drew an opponent for his seat. He is orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Joseph Conflitti. more
Melissa Young knows a lot about Troup and Troup ISD. As a product of the school system and then a leader for the next generation, it has certainly been a learning experience. Young is retiring from her seat on the TISD Board of Trustees this month after 15 years of service. “I’ve lived in Troup all but 10 years of my life,” Young said. “When we moved away for work, we always knew we’d be back.” more
The next regular meeting of the Cherokee County Genealogical Society will be at 5 p.m. Monday, May 8 at the First United Methodist Church, 1031 SE Loop 456, in Jacksonville. The meeting will be followed by light “pot luck” refreshments provided by CCGS members. Regular CCGS meetings are held the second Monday evening of the months, September through May.  more
The City of Whitehouse has a leash law and it is being enforced. With only two holding pens, the inn is usually full, often times with no place to take an animal that has been picked up. That may change with an item on the city council agenda Tuesday night. more
Dr. Deborah Burkett was guest speaker at the Sons of the Republic of Texas (SRT) San Jacinto Day luncheon in Tyler recently. Burkett spoke about women who made contributions during the days of the Republic of Texas. These women are featured in her recent book East Texas Piney Woods Spunky Women 1830s-1950s. more
Shawn Murry who manages and owns rentals on East Main made a request to the city council that they use their discretion to split up the water meters so that each house would receive its own billing. more
An 11 person team, with a heart for children to know Jesus, will travel to Eastern Europe in July. It is an expensive trip but each one is sacrificing what is necessary to go. The work they are going to accomplish is priceless. more
One of the best ways to show that you care is to care for your pet. That includes making sure they have their required vaccinations. Troup FFA will help with that by hosting a rabies vaccination clinic on Thursday, May 11, 6-7 p.m. at the ag shop at Troup High School. more
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