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James “Heath” Mayo, a 2009 graduate of Whitehouse High School, will receive his Juris Doctor degree at the 317th commencement exercises from Yale Law School at 10:30 a.m. Monday, May 21. more
Kennedy Hall of Whitehouse, a freshman at Stephen F. Austin State University, was recently inducted into the university’s Phi Eta Sigma chapter. Hall, a 2017 graduate of Whitehouse High School, is an interdisciplinary studies major with an emphasis in early childhood through sixth-grade education, and the daughter of Michael and Candace Hall of Whitehouse. more
The next meeting of the Major Thaddeus Beall Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Saturday May 19, 2018, at Caddo Mounds State Historic Site, 1649 State Highway 21 West, Alto, Texas.  The site is located approximately six miles west of the four-way stop in Alto where Highway 69 and State Highway 21 cross in Alto and is well marked by state signs. more
It’s fair to say Haleigh Latham is a leap-of-faith kind of person. Latham, who graduated from Tyler Junior College Friday, May 11, accepted a full-ride, transfer scholarship to Baylor University before ever setting foot on its campus. more
The City of Whitehouse has announced a significant amount of street and drainage improvements will soon begin. Bidding for the work should be completed by late spring with work beginning by mid-summer. The first portion of drainage projects, Phase 1A, includes work on Amanda Court, Partridge Lane and Gardenview Street. Engineering drawings for these jobs can be found posted on the facebook page City of Whitehouse Texas. more
Paws in the Park, an event catered to dog owners, is the result of a project put together by a group of 16 local fifth-graders and is scheduled from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 19. During the February city council meeting, Solomon Dillingham and Emma Cheatham, two of those fifth-graders, requested the city set aside the day and approve the use of Whitehouse City Park for the event. more
The Arp Independent School District has announced that it is participating in the Lending Grant Initiative through the Texas Education Agency. The grant amount is based on district size and totals $50,000. The funds will provide junior high and high school students various electronic devices including iPads, netbooks and laptops. The devices are specific to the content used by the particular grade level of the student, according to Dr. Joy Rousseau, Arp ISD Technology Director. more
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