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The City of Whitehouse was set to hold an election for mayor and two city council seats in November but now that will not be necessary. Monday was the deadline for those interested in running for Place 2, Place 4 and mayor. more
The year was 1919. US Representative James R. Mann proposed a House Resolution, also known as the Susan Anthony Amendment. That resolution was approved and just days later was passed by the Senate. Following ratification on Aug. 18, 1920, President Woodrow Wilson signed the 19th Amendment into law giving an estimated 25 million women the right to vote. more
Whitehouse ISD held their annual convocation for all the teachers, administrators and staff last week. It was a nice day that went pretty much like most convocations do. more
Whitehouse grads, Brady Hill and Richard Tex Pierce, have both recently returned from serving two-year missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Brady served in the Hawaii Honolulu Mission and Tex in the California Redlands Mission. more
Several campuses in Troup and Whitehouse ISDs were well prayed over this past week. Parents, students and community members gathered inside and out of the school buildings to voice prayers of protection, enlightenment and a peaceful spirit before the start of classes this week. more
Smith County Assistant Fire Marshal Oren Hale was placed on paid administrative leave as a result of an investigation after he was pulled over with an open container of alcohol while driving a county-owned work truck. more
The Smith County Precinct 3 Constable’s office is currently trying to locate the following individuals. If anyone has any information, call 903-590-4729 and ask for Courtney Isaacks or Katrina Kam. more
Allen and Sarah Kaiser wanted something more than camping and earning badges for their children’s experience in the scouting world. They helped to start American Heritage Girls and Trail Life USA which are Christ-centered scouting organization for girls and boys. more
Community Activities Jam session and sing along Jam session and sing along runs from 1:30-4 p.m. each Friday. Everyone is welcome to attendand participate. Acoustic instruments only. Musicincludes Country, Bluegrass and Gospel. TASCAmembers are free. Guests are $1 each. TASCA islocated at 10495 CR 2167 (Jim Russell Rd), Whitehouse. Senior movie day more
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