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Paul Leim played some of his earliest music in the band hall of Troup schools. While the building is not the same as it was in his school days, it really hasn’t changed a lot. Students learn to … more
While homework and athletics, jobs and a social life keep most teens busy enough that they rarely think of what they can be doing for others. That is not the case with National Honor Society members … more
An estimated 150 people turned out for TASCA’s Opry night. With room to dance and seats to listen, the crowd gave positive feedback to the producers. “We had a good crowd,” event planner Irene Stinson said. “Plans are already in place for the next one in February.” more
The Troup Chamber of Commerce hosted a Business After Hours event Monday evening at the Troup Independent School District Administration Office. The company was good and so was the news. more
As the birthday party rocked on the rain poured down. The bounce houses and obstacle course soon became more like a slip-and-slide. The laughter of the children and adults at Mia and Jordan Boies’ birthday party drove away any dampened spirits. It was a great day and a little rain wasn’t going to spoil it. more
Grace Community School will host “An Evening with Tim Tebow – Celebrating Faith and Discovering Your Identity” on Thursday, Feb. 2 at the CrossWalk Conference Center, Green Acres Baptist Church, 1607 Troup Highway in Tyler. Tebow is a two-time national champion, first round NFL draft pick, Heisman trophy winner and multi-sport athlete. He is currently playing professional baseball with the New York Mets and is a college football analyst for the SEC Network. more
Members of the Whitehouse Extension Club enjoyed a delicious lunch at a recent meeting held in the home of Sara Cooper. The agenda covered the annual plans for the club. Members donated quilts … more
The Whitehouse Independent School District trustees met recently and heard reports on the construction in Phase I of the bond package approved by voters in November, 2016. Harris Craig Architects were on hand to share some preliminary computer generated drawings of what the new junior high and Brown Elementary would look like. more
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