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The Whitehouse Independent School District Education Foundation could use some assistance. With budgets still uncertain until the Legislative Special Session approves school funding, any effort to support the local school district will help. more
Community Activities AARP offers drive safety class There will be an AARP Driver Safety Class at Red Cross in Tyler at 320 E Rieck on Friday July 21 at 12:30pm to 4:30pm. The cost is $15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members. The class is open to all drivers with a valid driver’s license but is geared to participants over 50. Contact Diana 903-714-4848 for information or to register. more
As is true for most school districts, the Whitehouse Independent School District will need to raise the district contribution by a nominal amount in order to comply with premium affordability guidelines of the Affordable Care Act Compliance, according to WISD Superintendent Dr, Christopher Moran. more
Voters within the city of Whitehouse will see several amendments to the Home Rule Charter on the November ballot. A charter review committee came together over the past few months and made their presentation to the city council during the council’s July 10 meeting. more
Smith County Commissioner Cary Nix has announced that he will seek another term for his Precinct 2 seat. Nix first took office in 2011. He says he enjoys his service to the citizens of Smith County and Precinct 2 \ more
Smith County officials met with more than 75 residents from the southern portions of Smith County Tuesday evening to listen to their road concerns at the first Road and Bridge Strategic Planning Citizen Input Meeting. more
As the preparations have already begun for a new school year, it won’t be long until the humid morning air will share its space with the sound of the Tiger Marching Band. It is almost time for band camp and Troup bands will see two new leaders in Bobby Castillo and Ryan McInturff. 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. All information will be kept confidential. more
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