The Marshall Lions Club met at Tuesday, Nov. 24at the meeting room of Jose Tequila’s Grill located at 1205 East End Blvd. South. President Jimmie Van Norden called the meeting to order and welcomed Lions. She asked Lion Dudley Swofford to open the meeting with prayer, then appointed Lion Swa…

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The Marshall Lions Club met at Tuesday, Nov. 24at the meeting room of Jose Tequila’s Grill located at 1205 East End Blvd. South. President Jimmie Van Norden called the meeting to order and welcomed Lions. She asked Lion Dudley Swofford to open the meeting with prayer, then appointed Lion Swa…

JEFFERSON — A magical evening was in store at Jefferson’s Lions Club Park, Saturday, as the Lions Club presented its annual Enchanted Forest, showcasing 115 decorative Christmas trees.

BECKVILLE — Merket Christmas Tree Farm in Beckville is gearing up for its 31st year of selling Christmas trees beginning at noon on Thanksgiving Day and it can’t come a moment too soon as East Texans are champing at the bit to get Christmas underway.

Happy 95th birthday to Ruby Jewel Wilson. She was born Nov. 22, 1925. Her family wishes their mom and beautiful queen a happy 95th birthday including her children, grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. They love and cherish her very much!

The Marshall Lions Club met Tuesday, Nov.17 at the meeting room of Jose Tequila’s Grill and heard from East Texas Baptist University (ETBU) Vice President for Athletics and Director of Athletics, Ryan Erwin.

This Thanksgiving holiday, many people will be gathering for smaller and safer celebrations amidst the pandemic. At these more intimate celebrations, pet owners may find that their animal receives more attention or is allowed more access to the feast than in years past.

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From short to tall, big to little, curly-haired to straight-haired, dogs of all breeds, sizes and colors were on hand in Marshall this weekend for the Caddo Kennel Club Dog Show three-day event at Marshall City Arena.

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The Noon Optimist Club met online Nov. 18 under the leadership of President Ned Calvert. Optimist Le Ila Dixon shared the tale of a recent visitor to New York City that recalled the children’s story of the country mouse who makes a visit to the big city, only in this case it is a tiny startl…

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

Bill Sullivan Jr., third generation legacy of the Sullivan Funeral Home founding family, recently gifted the Harrison County Historical Museum a treasure trove of archives that will greatly benefit researchers and genealogists, visiting the museum’s Inez Hatley Hughes Research Center and Library.

Bill Sullivan Jr., third generation of the founding family of Sullivan Funeral Home, sits in his home office in Marshall. Sullivan, 92, recently donated historic archives from the funeral home to be used for research purposes at the Harrison County Historical Museum's Inez Hatley Hughes Rese…

The Marshall Lions Club met Tuesday, Nov. 10 at the meeting room of Jose Tequila’s Grill. President Jimmie Van Norden called the meeting to order and welcomed Lions.

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School menus for the Marshall Independent School District for the week of Nov. 16-20 are now available.

Available for adoption from the Humane Society of Harrison County’s The Pet Pace, located at 1901 Jefferson Ave., are the following great pets.

A proper avian diet goes beyond the colorful bags of grocery-store seed commonly associated with bird food. Failure to meet a pet bird’s nutritional requirements can lead to nutrient deficiencies with severe health consequences.

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The Noon Optimist Club met Nov. 4, in Hutchins Hall of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church for the first time since March and enjoyed fellowship and food from Schlotzsky’s. President Ned Calvert opened with prayer.

Brenda Thomas, who made her mark in history as the first African-American hired at East Texas Professional Credit Union’s Marshall branch, has retired after 30 years of service.

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The Marshall Lions Club met at noon on Tuesday at the meeting room of Jose Tequila’s Grill, located at 1205 East End Blvd. S. Members ordered from the menu. President Jimmie Van Norden called the meeting to order and welcomed Lions with a reminder to turn off or silence cell phones.

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The Harvest Festival wrapped up this past weekend. Many thanks to the volunteers that give so much of their time for the benefit of our youth. It was a completely different undertaking this year. Job well done. Here are some results for a few of the Harrison County 4-H members:

Editor’s note: The following presentation from Dr. Gibson was given prior to the announcement that MISD would be ending virtual learning in November.

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After shutting down in March this year due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the Michelson Museum of Art, located at 216 N. Bolivar St. finally reopened its doors this week.

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Available for adoption from the Humane Society of Harrison County’s The Pet Place, located at 1901 Jefferson Avenue, are the following great pets. Call 903 938-7297 for information on adopting a pet or surrendering a pet.

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Cancer is a unique ailment in that it can be found in nearly every species, no matter how small or how large.

This holiday season families across East Texas will have the opportunity to drive through light displays, participate in festive activities at local businesses, and even see Santa fly across the sky.

The Noon Optimist Club is under the new leadership of President Ned Calvert. The club met Wednesday, Oct. 14, refreshed by their monthly in person meeting last week and ready to continue their work online. Covid-19 will not keep them from serving the young people of Harrison County!

BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION – Cancer prevention is often framed through healthy lifestyle choices and frequent screenings. However, in special cases where the disease can be caused by a virus, scientists have developed vaccines that can be instrumental to reducing cancer risk, as in the case of fe…

Available for adoption from the Humane Society of Harrison County’s The Pet Place, located at 1901 Jefferson Avenue, are the following great pets. Call 903 938-7297 for information on adopting or surrendering a pet.

From our Women in Business we wish to say thank you and congratulations to all of the other area women who balance work and family lives. From left is News Messenger Education Reporter Bridget Ortigo, Editor Wyndi Veigel, City Reporter Jessica Harker and County/Courts Reporter Robin Y. Richardson.

The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met —drumroll and fanfare— in person Wednesday, Oct. 7 for the first time since mid-March when Covid-19 shut them down. President-elect Ned Calvert was the first on the scene and welcomed Optimists Janie Moore and Richard Magrill when they arrived with the …