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• Thursday, Dec. 7 – Times TBA, 9th/JV/Varsity Ladycat basketball tournament, Brownsboro High School; Times TBA, 9th/JV Wildcat basketball tournament, Palestine High School; Times TBA, Varsity basketball tournament, Burkburnett High School more
Newly elected Place 1 council member James Wansley was sworn in along with returning council members Paul Hickey, Place 3, and Dick Jackson, Place 5, Thursday, Nov. 16, by city secretary Susan Hargis. Nick Moss, outgoing representative for Place 1 on the council, was recognized for his service. A climate controlled truck to be used for animal control had been donated to Whitehouse by John Soules Sr. and was accepted by the council. more
Students participating in technology clubs at Troup Middle School presented projects in coding, 3D printing and Lego robotics at the Nov. 13 TISD board meeting. The students were part of two groups that meet daily during school and an after school club that meets Tuesdays and Fridays, all led by Jill Wilkinson. This is the first year for Wilkinson to teach the technology classes though she has served as Troup Middle School librarian for four years. more
All donations to be counted in the official tally for the No Shave November contest between the police departments of Troup and Arp must be submitted by 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30. The total contributions collected by each department will be calculated and a winner determined. All donations will benefit St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. more
Troup granted one rezoning request while denying a de-annexation request at the Nov. 20 city council meeting. Ashley Deese had requested at the October meeting to have her property re-plat accepted by the city and to have a portion of the property on West Ross rezoned to allow for a mobile home while she built her “forever home.” more
Christmas is around the corner and there will be plenty of local holiday events held during the month of December. Whitehouse kicks off local events with their Rockin’ Christmas parade on Saturday, Dec. 2. The parade begins at 10 a.m. at the Whitehouse Junior High School. It will travel south on Highway 110 and turn left on F.M. 356, again turning left as it reaches Bascom Road, also known as F.M. 848. The parade will then turn right on Shelly Street and conclude its march at Holloway Middle School. More information and a map can be found on the Whitehouse Area Chamber of Commerce facebook page or on the chamber’s website, www.whitehousetx.com. 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
Whitehouse Food Pantry will be giving filled Christmas stockings to clients’ children in our community who are in need of some extra Christmas joy for ages 2-12. These children receive very little and we are asking our community to please help us in bringing smiles and happy hearts to these children in need. more
Troup Cares needs your assistance of food and money to help provide a better Christmas for needy families in the Troup area. Each year, Troup Cares makes Christmas better for many families in the Troup area. Troup Cares would appreciate your monetary donations as well as your gifts of food which will go to the Troup community food pantry. Just as last year, there will be no angel tree adoptions. Troup cares will do the shopping for gifts this year to provide for all approved Troup Cares applications. more
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