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After more than 40 years practicing optometry in the Marshall community, Dr. David Nelson is announcing his retirement from daily practice. Dr. Nelson first started his practice in Downtown Marshall in the late 70’s, moving it to its current location on East End Blvd S in 1984. He has been a…

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning people of fraudulent coronavirus tests, vaccines and treatments as the pandemic continues. According to Centers for Disease Control, since the arrival of the omicron variant, the increase of testing for COVID-19 has become a concern. Scarcity …

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As you know, 2021 was full of challenges. We were still feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic when supply chains shut down and inflation heated up. So, if you’re like many people, you might not be sorry to see the year come to a close. But now it’s time to look ahead to a brighter 2022. And on a personal level, you may want to set some New Year’s resolutions. You might resolve to improve your health and diet, and possibly learn some new skills, but why not make some financial resolutions, too?

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It’s the season of giving. Of course, you may be thinking of the gifts you’re planning to give to your loved ones and friends, but you may well want to extend your generosity beyond your immediate circle to support charitable organizations whose work you support. If you can afford to donate to charitable groups, your gifts will be much appreciated in these challenging times. And when you give, you may also receive something in return: tax benefits.

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If you are shopping online for a pet this holiday season, use caution. Complaints continue to escalate into Better Business Bureau’s Scam Tracker as fake pet and puppy scams are on the increase, according to the latest BBB Risk Report. Scammers know that few things pull at a person’s heartst…

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The holiday season is big business for porch pirates. The U.S. Postal Service is projecting between 850-950 million package deliveries for the 2021 holiday season. According to market research firm C+R Research, package theft continues to be an issue for many Americans, with approximately on…

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It’s the season of giving. Of course, you may be thinking of the gifts you’re planning to give to your loved ones and friends, but you may well want to extend your generosity beyond your immediate circle to support charitable organizations whose work you support. If you can afford to donate to charitable groups, your gifts will be much appreciated in these challenging times. And when you give, you may also receive something in return: tax benefits.

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The second location of the Texas Tea Room, Texas Tea Room II, has officially opened its doors to the public here in Marshall, serving up the restaurant’s well known home-style cooking.

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The Monday following Black Friday, known as Cyber Monday, has become one of the top shopping days of the year. But online shopping — particularly on Cyber Monday — has risks. Be wary of misleading advertisements, lookalike websites, and untrustworthy sellers.

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Representatives from SWEPCO and local community leaders will convene in Hallsville’s Gold Hall Community Center from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 29 for a public meeting on the economic impacts of the upcoming closure of nearby Pirkey Power Plant and Sabine Mine in 2023.

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Blackstone has hired Wall Street veteran Carlos Whitaker as president of the Blackstone Private Credit Fund and the Blackstone Secured Lending Fund. Both are part of the firm’s global credit business. Blackstone is the world’s largest alternative asset manager and oversees $731 billion acros…

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East Texas Baptist University will soon transition its campus bookstore in the Bennett Student Commons to Texas Book Company, bringing a unique blend of products, affordable course materials options, and support for University faculty. The newly renovated bookstore will officially open on Nov. 19.