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Texas residents now have less than 20 days left to register if they desire to cast their ballots in the upcoming November elections, to be held Tuesday, Nov. 6. On Election Day this year, Texans … more
A Tyler woman with roots in the city of Bullard received the honor of a lifetime last week, as she rang in a century of life, as well as a long tenure in volunteering at a local hospital, on Tuesday, … more
Texas State Senator Bryan Hughes presented a resolution recognizing the City of Troup for earning three governmental transparency stars. Hughes read a small portion of the resolution which stated, … more
Tatum Hunter, a senior at Troup High School, experienced a week at the Johnson Space Center in Houston this past July. Hunter confesses to spending a lot of time in the middle school library and … more
Karyn Ard, biology teacher at Troup High School, was honored as one of the three finalists for Texas Secondary Teacher of the Year and as Region 7 Secondary Teacher of the Year Friday, Sept. 14, at … more
It is time to start cleaning out all those unwanted items from attics, garages, closets and junk drawers. Keep Whitehouse Beautiful, which sponsors an annual city-wide garage sale, has set the date … more
Those chosen as Student of the Month for September and recognized at the Monday, Sept. 10, TISD board meeting were Bryndi Taulli, elementary school; Connor Ard, middle school, and Jake Smelser, high … more
Former Brook Hill teacher and graduate of The University of Texas at Tyler, Dr. Hal Brunson has published a provocative new book, entitled “Uhm, Like, You Know?: Verbal Garbage and the Sacred … more
A Tyler woman was killed as a result of an auto-pedestrian crash on Highway 155 S., approximately two miles south of Tyler. According to Sergeant Jean Dark with the Texas Department of Public … more
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