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Though goats are often associated with an agricultural lifestyle, these animals are being kept as pets more and more frequently. The owner of a pet goat benefits from companionship, the potential for milk production, land management by grazing, and more.

The following pets are available for adoption from the Humane Society of Harrison County’s The Pet Place, located at 1901 Jefferson Ave. in Marshall. For information on adoption or surrendering a pet, call 903-938-7297.

The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met Wednesday, Jan. 8, in Hutchins Hall of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Marshall. President Le Ila Dixon convened with the ringing of the bell and led in prayer followed by the pledge of allegiance to the U.S. flag and the recitation of the Optimis…

The 38th Annual Little Miss/Teenage Miss Marshall Pageant is set for Feb. 1 at the East Texas Convention Center in Marshall.

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Following the Great Commission to make disciples of all nations, the East Texas Baptist University Cross Country and Track traveled to Athens, Greece on a Tiger Athletic Mission Experience (TAME) trip from Jan. 2 through Jan. 10.

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Bev Boren of Trophy Club is the January 12 demo artist for the Marshall Art League. The meeting will be held today at 1:30 p.m. with refreshments and the demonstration will be held from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Taking care of our pets is a year round commitment. However, caring for our animals is more than simply making sure they have food, water, and shelter each day. Making sure they visit their veterinarian for regular check-ups is vital to their well being as well.

The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met Wednesday, Dec. 18, in Hutchins Hall of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Marshall. President Le Ila Dixon convened with the ringing of the bell and Optimist Richard Magrill led in prayer followed by the pledge of allegiance to the U.S. flag and the…

COLLEGE STATION – It’s the time of year when a festive holiday spirit brings together friends and family in celebration; unfortunately, this happy time can also bring unintentional hazards to your pet’s environment.

The following pets are available for adoption from the Humane Society of Harrison County’s The Pet Place, at 1901 Jefferson Ave.

The Marshall Lions Club met Tuesday, Dec. 17 at the Panola-Harrison meeting room. A luncheon of grilled chicken breasts and all the fixins was served by Catfish Express Catering.

At the Dec. 10 Cass County Genealogical Society Christmas party Mary Echols was presented the Myrellne Bowman Genealogist of the Year Award for 2019. This award was presented to long time C. C. G. S. member Mary Echols by C. C. G. S. Publisher Charles Steger.

COLLEGE STATION – A medical emergency is among the worst nightmares for any pet owner. Even minor injuries can be stressful, especially if they happen far from available medical care or during non-business hours.

The following pets are available for adoption from the Humane Society of Harrison County’s The Pet Place, at 1901 Jefferson Ave. For information on adoption or surrendering a pet, call 903-938-7297.

The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met Wednesday, Dec. 11, in Hutchins Hall of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Marshall. President Le Ila Dixon convened with the ringing of the bell and Optimist Janie Moore led in prayer followed by the pledge of allegiance to the U.S. flag and the rec…

Price T. Young Elementary School students Arianna Griffith and Karime Vences were named honorees in the Marshall ISD Police Department’s “Chow Down with the Chief” program for the week of December 13 on Friday.

Motorcycles and hot rods hit the highway Saturday, spreading Christmas cheer, with gifts in tow, as part of the 19th annual Toy Run, to benefit the Henry F. Selcer Memorial Empty Stocking Fund.

The following pets are available for adoption from the Humane Society of Harrison County’s The Pet Place, at 1901 Jefferson Ave. For information on adoption or surrendering a pet, call 903-938-7297.

East Texas Baptist University presented 134 graduates during the Fall 2019 Commencement ceremony held Saturday, Dec. 7 in Baker Chapel of the Ornelas Spiritual Life Center. ETBU President J. Blair Blackburn presided over the ceremony as 100 students received undergraduate degrees and 34 rece…

William B. Travis Elementary School students De’Drick Irving and Anthony King were named honorees in the Marshall ISD Police Department’s “Chow Down with the Chief” program for the week of Dec. 6 on Friday.

The Marshall Lions Club met at noon on Tuesday at the Panola-Harrison meeting room, located at 410 E. Houston. A luncheon deep-fried catfish and all the fixins was served Catfish Express Catering.

For many cat owners, busting boredom in their feline friend is a sizable concern. Cats are notoriously choosy about their toys, and an under-stimulated cat might result in shredded furniture and shattered knick-knacks.

The following pets are available for adoption from the Humane Society of Harrison County’s The Pet Place, at 1901 Jefferson Ave. For information on adoption or surrendering a pet, call 903-938-7297.

From collection kettles to toy drives to end-of-the-year tax deductions, the spirit of the holidays means giving to favorite causes and to those less fortunate. American charities receive one-third of their annual donations during the holiday season. With that in mind, several charities star…

The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met Nov. 20, in Hutchins Hall of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Marshall. Optimist Le Ila welcomed all, especially their speaker, Misty Scott, and new and prospective members — John Fortune, Isabel Martinez and Janie Moore. Fortune pitched in photogr…

Over the years, the George Washington Carver Elementary School has seen a lot of history. Under the direction of Pastor Kenneth and Angelita Jackson and Anointing Grace Ministries, the school building will make history of its own by being repurposed into the George Washington Carver Communit…