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An unnamed faculty member of the Arp Independent School District (AISD) has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation into an alleged improper relationship with a student. more
Lobo Field at Longview High School featured a different kind of action Saturday, Oct. 21, as it was host to the Region 21 University Interscholastic League marching band contest. Forty-five bands in the region, including schools ranked Class 2A to 6A, were slated to compete in their respective divisions. Troup and Arp competed in the Class 3A division and Whitehouse marched in the Class 5A division. more
ALL A Makenzie Alexander, Grant Anderson, Kyndal Anderson, Austin Barron, Mason Bautista, Bailee Boyd, Chloe Burgamy, Shameena Calimag, Jared Carrig, Rylan Clakley, Avery Clarida, Brooke Clary, Carlie Cobb, Yesica Cornejo, Maylene Davis, Elizabeth Dieter, Ryann Foster, Kate Hamilton, Gage Henson, Hudson Herring, Damian Hoffart, Jackson Holmes, Hannah House, Trinity Hudgins, Hannah Keeling, Emerald Larson, Allysa Leihgeber, more
• Thursday, Oct. 26 – 4:30/6 p.m., 9th grade football vs. Nacogdoches at Wildcat Stadium; 5:30 p.m., JV football at Nacogdoches; 6:30 p.m., LeTourneau University financial aid presentation at WHS auditorium more
“The state recognizes this month [October] as principals month,” said Troup Independent School District (TISD) Superintendent Stuart Bird after the opening of the Oct. 10 TISD board meeting. “It’s a really important job,” said Bird, “these guys are on the firing line every day.” “They are responsible for the academic success of the school, the moral of the campus, the discipline, taking care of our children and in many, many, many ways it’s an all encompassing job,” he elaborated. more
Jake Baronowski and Alex Richards, tennis pros from Tyler Athletic and Swim, recently spent a day playing tennis with students at Holloway. They are donating a week of Thanksgiving tennis camp to one Holloway student, a value of $165. Any student interested in attending the camp will have a chance to win by submitting an essay to coach Holly Drain. The essay needs to tell why the student would like to attend camp. more
• Thursday, Oct. 19 – 4:15 p.m., 9th grade Football vs. Jacksonville at Jacksonville Tomato Bowl; 5:30 p.m., JV Football vs. Jacksonville at Wildcat Stadium; 7 p.m., Show Choir concert – Princess Tea Party at Whitehouse High School cafeteria more
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