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Not only do Troup and Arp battle on the gridiron, their respective police departments will battle for your bucks. This is the second year in which Troup officers will raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, whose mission is “to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment.” more
Neckover Trailer has been raising funds during October, breast cancer awareness month, for two specific women who are fighting the disease. The women are currently unaware the funds are being raised on their behalf. Neckover decided to become more active in the community and chose to work through Tyler Oncology and identified two East Texans to help as they combat cancer. more
It is time for the band, floats, vehicles and even Santa to prepare. The City of Troup is already taking applications for those wanting to take part in the 2017 Troup Christmas Parade. Entry forms and a parade lineup map can be found online at www.trouptexas.org under the main menu. more
The annual book sale of the Cameron - J. Jarvis Troup Municipal Library is taking place now. Find a good read for yourself or your family and support your local library during this sale. Proceeds from the sale support the general operational expenses of the library. more
Whitehouse Fire Chief Madison Johnson has been encouraged by the attendance at the first two community meetings held in regards to forming a CERT team. CERT stands for Community Emergency Response Team and is a federal program organized under the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The program trains volunteers to prepare for a variety of disasters a community may face. more
Commissioner Cary Nix presented the details of the Smith County road and bridge bond election at the Oct. 16 meeting of the Troup city council. A brief video was shown and then Nix answered questions posed by the council. (The video can be viewed at www.smith-county.com.) more
A New Generations van transporting students from Whitehouse on Friday, Oct. 13, was involved in a collision with a Honda sedan on State Highway 110 in front of New Generations center. Though incomplete, Jean Dark of the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) stated in a report that the driver of the day care van failed to yield the right of way when turning left into the daycare center and was struck by the passenger car traveling south. None of the van occupants, including the driver and nine children, were seemingly injured. more
Whitehouse city council Place 1, 3 and 5 will be voted on in November. Place 3 and Place 5 are uncontested seats. Though not named on the ballot, two men have registered as write-in candidates for Place 1. The council is comprised of five council members and the mayor. Council members are elected at large, meaning each one represents all Whitehouse citizens. Each of these positions is voluntary and without pay. more
You can read, view and support your library, too. The Whitehouse Community Library will host its bi-annual book sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 21. Though the library usually has items for sale at the front entrance, the bi-annual fall sale will be much larger with a greater selection of adult fiction, non-fiction and children’s books, audio books, DVDs and music CDs. The prices of the sale range from 50 cents to $2. Arrive early enough and you might even be able to snag one or more of the limited homemade baked goods that will also be for sale. more
October brings out the pranks and parties, in addition to the vampire jokes directed at blood-collections staff with Carter BloodCare. While it is all intended for fun, some blood donors do feel uneasy anticipating the needle sticks. One suggestion for those donors is to consider the person who might receive your donated gift of blood. more
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