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Clayton Vickers says he came across a wheel of a deal and thought it would be a great fit for this area. That is how Twisted V Motorsports came to be. At his other day job, Vickers’ company provides portable toilets and showers for big, outdoor events. That took him to the Mud Nationals in Jacksonville. CFMoto was there with a display of their 4-wheelers. After a test ride by Vickers and two of his 4-wheeling guru friends, a conversation started with the rep from CFMoto. more
Community Activities Clothes Closet open The Clothes Closet at the Church of Christ, 412 W. Duval in Troup, is open the first Tuesday of the month for those in need of clothing for their family. Doors are open 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 4-6 p.m. more
Service projects are just fun when you get to wear a plastic cap on your head. And that’s just what several members of the Brown Elementary Student Council did on Saturday. Donning gloves and hair caps, these students and some parents repackaged bulk beans into smaller bags filling 88 boxes of bags which equals out to 2,112 individual bags of beans. Those bags will provide 2,200 meals for people in East Texas. more
The streets of Whitehouse will be full of folks looking for the next great bargain during the Keep Whitehouse Beautiful sponsored city-wide garage sale. The annual event sees neighbors decorating their lawns, driveways and garages with items that are of no use to them anymore but may be just what someone else was looking for. more
Alyssa Hurley comes home from Whitehouse High School where she is a member of the freshman class and does some of the same things other teenagers do. She has homework to complete, projects to work on, practices her clarinet that she plays in the Wildcat Band and then cares for and works with her red-tailed hawk, Rodeo. Doesn’t everyone have a hawk in their back yard? I would think not. more
Several churches and organizations in the area are hosting fall festival events over the next few weeks. Here are a few. more
The Cameron-J. Jarvis Troup Municipal Library will hold a book sale next week to reduce their inventory and bring in a few extra dollars for programs put on by the library. more
Fall may not be in the air but it is on the calendar and coming to a garden near you. more
The Troup Community Food Pantry is having a hamburger/hot dog lunch fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 23, 12:30-2 p.m. at Troup’s First United Methodist Church in the fellowship hall.  more
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