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LeTourneau University held Spring 2018 commencement services recently for over 400 graduates who received bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Graduates included Robin Everett, of Arp, who earned a Master of Arts in Psychology. more
A 2015 Whitehouse High School graduate and Whitehouse native is currently serving with a U.S. Navy strike fighter squadron which flies one of the world’s most advanced warplanes. more
All A honor roll First - Levi Chambers, Addison Corbell, Blake Corbett, Calley Coskey, Kari Cover, Dakota Davenport, Ashlynn Dowdle, Logan Jakubik Ayleigh Johnston, Bristol Kelly, Anberlyn Law Kasyn McGee, Makenzi Molnari, Michael Morris, Jade Rentz, Andres Rodriguez, Arislady Rojas, Wyatt Ross, Jordyn Simmons, Saydee Sluder, Joseph Taulli, Taygen Thompson, Livvy Turner, Alyssa Wagner, Amelia Wharton, Maryn Wright, Presley Wright, Evan Zeagler more
With the arrival of warmer weather, your pets will undoubtedly want to spend more time outdoors. The extreme heat during the summer months poses a deadly threat to animals. The following are some tips to help insure that you and your four legged companions have a healthy, happy and safe summer. more
If you have ever gone without air conditioning you know how difficult, uncomfortable, and dangerous it is, especially in the blazing summer heat. And summer hasn’t even started yet. That’s why 89.5 KVNE and 91.3 KGLY are partners with The Salvation Army for the Beat the Heat Fan Drive, which runs throughout June. more
East Texas Communities Foundation awarded $189,500 in scholarships to high school and college students from East Texas for the 2018-19 school years. New scholarship recipients were honored at a reception at Marvin United Methodist Church on Thursday, May 10. Scholarship amounts ranged from $300-$5,000 per student originating from 52 different scholarship funds at East Texas Communities Foundation. more
Members of the First Baptist Church of Troup took community children on a Shipwrecked vacation Bible school adventure beginning Sunday, June 3, and ending Wednesday, June 6. The church taught students four years old through sixth grade that Jesus rescues you from loneliness, worry, struggles, when you do wrong and when you feel powerless. more
From animation to athletics, horsemanship to robotics, and scuba to improvisational comedy, TJC has a summer camp to spark the imagination of any young explorer. Registration is open for TJC Summer Camps for children ages 3 and up. Camps began Monday, June 4, and continue through mid-August. more
Second-grade students who presented a $937.50 check to the Troup Community Development Corporation were recognized by Mayor Joe Carlyle at the Troup city council meeting, Monday, May 21. The students had presented the proceeds of their lemonade stand to assist with the cost of construction a splash park in town. The second-grade representatives were given certificates, one for each class, recognizing their efforts on behalf of the city. more
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