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He changed the defensive strategy for the Whitehouse football program for the past two seasons and now he will have the opportunity to put his stamp on “everything Whitehouse football.” At the monthly board meeting Monday, April 9, the Whitehouse Independent School District Board of Trustees selected Marcus Gold as the new head football coach for the Wildcats. more
Early Tuesday, April 3, Troup city officials were alerted about a collapsed sewer main in the 1400 block of West Duval near Dairy Queen. The problem was first discovered when water was found seeping through a manhole cover located near Braden Street and West Duval. By mid-morning, crews had located the area of pipe that had collapsed, dug up the roadway and were searching for the ends of pipe to ascertain the length of pipe to be replaced. The City of Tyler had sent a large sewer cleaning truck and tried to clear the blockage in the pipe, according to Troup city manager Gene Cottle. Though they were unable to clear the blockage, they did locate the exact position of the collapse. more
Whitehouse ISD Education Foundation president Jim Nipp, along with other members of the foundation and school officials, surprised two teachers on Tuesday, April 3, with awards for Innovator of the Year. “Both of the Innovator of the Year award winners found a way to maximize the impact of their creative ideas,” Nipp stated. more
Community Activities National Society DAR to meet The Major Thaddeus Beall Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) will meet at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 12, at the First United Methodist Church located at 1031 Southeast Loop 456 in Jacksonville. For further information about this local NSDAR chapter, contact Major Thaddeus Beall Chapter Regent Eunice E.S. Jackson of Jacksonville at (903) 586-4172. more
Flocks of flamingos have been spotted in yards around Troup. Members of the Troup High School chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) have been using the birds as a fund-raiser which will continue through Sunday, April 15. more
Only 200 tickets will be sold to the Whitehouse Chamber of Commerce reverse raffle, the annual fund-raiser of the chamber, and not many remain. Once sold out, additional tickets will not be available at the door. more
The county wide cleanup program, which runs throughout April, allows residents to take bulky items to the landfill for free. Available vouchers will be good to use from 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday … more
The annual banquet hosted by the Troup Chamber of Commerce begins at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 19, at Troup High School. Tickets prices were reported for members and non-members, but are actually a single rate of $15 each or two for $25. Non-members will not be charged more to attend the event. more
Who could beat the King of Rock and Roll with his song, “Suspicious Minds”? Not many. But there is one man who comes close, and his name is Travis Powell. This 34-year-old North Carolina native has traveled the nation as an Elvis impersonator for years. With his whiskey-smooth vocals most people can’t tell the difference. more
Whitehouse Mayor Charles Parker addressed the members of the Whitehouse Sports Commission during their initial meeting Tuesday, April 3. “I want to thank you all from the bottom of my heart for volunteering,” Parker stated. “Serving your community in any way you can is certainly a great thing for all of us and I appreciate you stepping forward to do that.” more
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