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Troup Police Department is asking for your help in locating Steven Miller Fleisher. more
After 46 years of itchy uniforms, marching drills, hot summer practices and the thrill of seeing his kids succeed; Denny Whitley has hung up his director’s baton and is ready to enjoy a change in scenery. This calls for a celebration. Friends, family, colleagues, band boosters and of course band alumni from Whitehouse, Clarksville and Timpson are all invited to attend the Whitley Band Reunion set for Saturday, July 1, at Whitehouse High School. more
Christmas weekend services Tyler Metro Church Dec. 25, 10:30 a.m. Family Service and Communion Whitehouse First Assembly of God Church Dec. 24, 6 p.m., Candlelight communion service more
Cain Elementary Assistant Principal Stephanie Schminkey received an unexpected phone call recently from the Education Department at Baylor University. “I got the call late in the day so I called the lady from Baylor back on my cell phone as I was driving home,” Schminkey said. “I had to pull the car over, I was so overwhelmed.” more
Whitehouse seniors, Trey Chudej, son of Kevin and Karen Chudej, and Josh Deal, son of James and Lynn Deal, have achieved Boy Scouting’s highest rank, that of Eagle Scout. more
Come home to Troup and attend the annual Troup Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, April 20, and join in the celebration of the good life offered in Troup. Everything kicks off at 6 … more
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In the classroom for 34 years, Sarah Ward is ready to expand her garden, grow day lilies and enjoy life at her own pace. She is retiring from Whitehouse High School after teaching Spanish and a little French there for 20 years. more
Spring is a busy time of year for UIL competitions. This past weekend was no exception. Whitehouse High School UIL directors Paige Dyer and Keith Baty took several students to the University of Texas at Austin for the State journalism competition. more
Dr. Campbell walks into Paige Dyer’s high school journalism classroom with a purpose, and a Wheaties box. more
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