Students and faculty members representing six of Texas State Technical College’s campuses arrived in Atlanta, Georgia this week for the 58th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference.
- TSTC students, faculty compete at SkillsUSA NLSC 2022
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- Governor’s small biz series brings support to East Texas businesses
- Jefferson's historic Playhouse celebrates restoration with ribbon cutting
- Friends of Marshall Animals seeking pet foster parents to help control homeless pet population
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- Democratic congressional candidates stump for East Texas votes
Representatives from Gov. Greg Abbott’s Office of Small Business Assistance came to Kilgore College this week, hosting a business networking a…
JEFFERSON — Jefferson’s historic Ruth Lester Memorial and Playhouse received a ribbon cutting rededication this week to celebrate the restorat…
The Friends of Marshall Animals nonprofit organization celebrated June’s National Pet Adoption Month by hosting a pet fostering clinic on Satu…
Arrests made by the Marshall Police Department
After establishing itself in February, the Marshall Kids Community Theater performed its first musical production this summer, wowing audience…
Moon Alert: Avoid shopping or making important decisions from noon until 6 p.m. EST today (9 a.m. to 3 p.m. PST). After that, the Moon moves from Aries into Taurus.
Twenty eight people attended the 2022 Piney Cemetery annual meeting on June 11.