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Once again we celebrate a day of Thanksgiving. Many of us will gather with family and friends to stuff ourselves full of turkey and trimmings. Unfortunately, there are those among us who may not have that privilege at Thanksgiving or other times of the year due to their financial situations. more
Dylan Humphrey, 23, a Whitehouse native and 2012 WHS graduate, is likely best known for his 2016 appearance on the Food Network’s “Cake Wars,” where he created a birthday cake for Rosie the hippo. At age 12 he helped his grandmother bake chocolate cakes for her co-workers. more
Tears of joy flowed from many faces on Friday, Nov. 17, as the Prize Patrol, accompanied by cheerleaders, First Ladies and a drum line, visited schools handing out checks to individual recipients of WISD Education Foundation grants. None of the awardees knew of their status as winners until the patrol stopped at their classroom doors. more
Community Activities Rockin’ Christmas The Whitehouse Christmas parade begins 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 2. Those who want to participate in the parade must submit an entry form and must be signed up by Nov. 30. Forms can also be picked up and dropped off at Kelly A/C and Heating, 208 Highway 110 South, or Kay Taylor – Farmer’s Insurance, 1008 Highway 110 South. Forms can also be found on the Whitehouse Chamber of Commerce website, www.whitehousetx.com. more
On Oct. 30 a Cherokee County Grand Jury convened to consider accusations against Byron Underwood, County Commissioner, Precinct 4, Cherokee County. The accusations arose out of a bill on a part for a tractor from Ag Power Equipment, the John Deere dealer in Tyler that was mistakenly billed to the county, but never paid by the county. The grand jury returned a no bill in relation to the accusations. more
First Baptist Church of Whitehouse located 801 East Main Street is happy to announce the second annual Drive Thru Bethlehem. Last year, over 1,500 visitors experienced Bethlehem from the comfort of their cars, as the story of Christmas came to life. Come hear the narration of the story of Jesus’ birth and see the Nativity, the angels, shepherds and wise men as you take your own journey through the streets of Bethlehem. People of all ages will enjoy this unique Christmas experience. more
Troup High School hosted a college fair for the 10th year this past Wednesday, Nov. 15. Approximately 30 colleges and schools from Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi were represented and both juniors and seniors were invited, according to Troup High School counselor, Tracye Martin. more
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