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Steve Hickey, with WRL General Contractors, presented the board members with a construction update at the Whitehouse ISD board meeting Monday, Aug. 21. Construction fences have been erected at Whitehouse High School to “protect the kids and segregate the construction traffic away from the general population of the campus,” Hickey said. more
The Troup ISD Tax Ratification Election (TRE) to raise the tax rate to $1.22 has passed. The election was held Saturday, Aug. 26, and narrowly approved 138 to 121. more
The Texas Education Agency recently released the 2017 state accountability ratings and distinction designations applicable to each individual school. Distinction designations are awarded to campuses based on achievement in performance indicators relative to a group of 40 campuses of similar type, size, and student demographics. Depending on campus grade levels and type, the number of potential distinction designations can vary.  more
Anyone who would like donate financially to assist victims of Hurricane Harvey may visit the website at as an aid to locate charitable organizations assisting in hurricane relief efforts. The link includes information on tips to avoid fraudulent charitable contribution schemes, said Smith County and City of Tyler officials. more
Community Activities Recycle-Recycle-Recycle Republic Services in Whitehouse picks up recycling on Wednesday. Recyclable items include paper, newspaper, cardboard, plastic, aluminum cans and tin cans. more
Considered the unofficial end of summer, Labor Day was set aside in 1894 to honor American labor and the contributions workers have made to the country. more
Whether by accident or vandalism, the headstone of Silas Jefferson Bishop and Oma Mardle Moore Bishop was knocked down sometime between the evening of Saturday, Aug. 19 and Monday, Aug. 21. Randall Robison, president of the Whitehouse Cemetery Association, reported the incident to police on Aug. 22. more
Officers and members of the Whitehouse FFA team participated in the 89th Texas FFA State Convention in Corpus Christi during the week of July 10. Abby Johnston, Rachel Clark, Ashley Rozell, Mason Shackelford, Leslie Hargis, Brittin Palmer, Shanna Sebring, Emmy Walley, Zacc Tolbert, and Alyssa Hurley left a day early for a team bonding experience at Schlitterbahn. more
The Smith County Commissioners Court held a special meeting Monday and voted unanimously to approve and adopt an order calling for a $39.5 million bond election with a 10-year maturity to be held on Nov. 7. The money received from the bonds, if approved, will be used to pay for major county road and bridge projects over three years, which, according to commissioners, is Phase I of a six-year Road and Bridge Capital Improvement Project. more
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