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Jacob Smith doesn’t remember the night of the car crash that seriously injured him, his Whitehouse High School advisor and other students in the SUV as they returned from a Career Technical Education contest in Corpus Christi on April 12, 2014. While Smith may not have memory of the actual event, he will never forget how that night changed his life forever. more
The Whitehouse Community Library summer activities continue into July. STEAM Team activities are slated to begin at 3:30 p.m. each Thursday. Fridays have special feature presentations. more
Independence Day celebrations are planned for Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Tyler north of Whitehouse, and Eagle’s Bluff Country Club in Bullard. The annual fireworks show at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church will begin at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 3. Hot dogs, water, snow cones and watermelon will be provided free (while supplies last). Food vendors will be available for sales of chicken sandwiches, barbecue, popcorn, soft drinks and more. more
Standing trial for murder, Joshua Adam Scales, 30, of Tyler will get another chance to plead his case. Last week Judge Christi Kennedy of 114th District Court declared a mistrial in the murder case against Scales. Scales, along with four other individuals were arrested following the shooting death of Jordan LaDue in July of 2016 in Troup. Scales remains the only one whose charges were not dismissed. more
Serious business will be on the table for consideration by the Troup ISD Board of Trustees on Monday, July 10. A public hearing will begin at 6 p.m. where trustees and attendees will hear a presentation and discussion of the upcoming school year’s tax rate. The regular board meeting will follow where trustees will take on the task of circling the wagons and working together with the community to ensure adequate funding for Troup’s schools that the Texas Legislature failed to do this year. more
The Tri County Leader office will be closed Tuesday, July 4, for Independence Day. The office will reopen Wednesday, July 5. The Leader will be available in newsstands Wednesday, July 5, and home delivered starting Thursday, July 6. more
Arp Mayor Terry Lowry is following in his late father’s footsteps by serving the city he grew up in. During Smith County Commissioners Court on Tuesday, May 30, Lowry gave a presentation about the city of Arp, as part of the “Connecting Communities” initiative started by Smith County Judge Nathaniel Moran. more
Work continues on F.M. 344 at the Bell Branch Creek bridge, approximately one mile west of State Highway 110. The concrete work on this project will replace the culvert. The job also includes restoring the pavement. more
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