An incredible treasure is how visitors to Harrison County Historical Museum’s newly unveiled “Service & Sacrifice” military exhibit described the gallery while taking a tour during the grand opening Saturday.
Today is Halloween and most of us do not need a reminder especially if there are some youngsters in the house. Celebrate to benefit the kids and be sure to let them know “all is in fun”.
On Oct. 1, Chief Warrant Officer Keith M. Shaw was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal by the President of the United States for his meritorious service aboard the amphibious ship USS BATAAN from October 2017 to September 2019.
Diane Solomon is the guest artist for the Oct. 13 meeting of the Marshall Art League. A 50-year resident of Marshall, she’s was a successful interior designer when she was captivated by a magazine on beading and other jewelry making techniques. She’s been making jewelry for eight years and i…
Osteoarthritis is a progressive disease that compromises the joint health and mobility of many animals. While osteoarthritis is the most common joint disorder for people in the United States, the condition is also prevalent in horses.
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, Sept. 25, at the Golden Corral meeting room. President Le Ila Dixon convened the meeting and asked Optimist Eric Wilburn to pray followed by the pledge of allegiance to the U.S. flag.
Does your dog whine when he sees you heading for the door? Are shredded pillows a frequent welcome home from work? Does your otherwise house trained pooch have a problem with accidents in your absence?
Northeast Texas Habitat recently partnered with four Marshall-based pest control companies to provide home extermination services in area homes in the organization’s first Community Pest Control Day project.
Marshall’s community theater group, Buddy Power Promotions, is kicking off its new play “The Wild Women of Winedale” this weekend, with the first performances slated Friday through Sunday.
Some Marshall ISD special needs students spent their summer earning money by working at area businesses thanks to a Texas Workforce Commission program.
The Marshall T&P Depot Museum board is giving the 107-year-old station some overdue renovations in celebration of its upcoming 20th anniversary, starting with a full roof replacement.
KARNACK — New Vision Missionary Baptist Church’s inaugural “Save Our Sons” fishing day proved to be a success last Saturday as more than 40 people, including 28 kids, indulged in a day of fishing, fellowship and faith at Caddo Lake State Park.
At left, "A Bowl of Orange in a Blue Vase," a watercolor painting by Carol Pace; and "Sunflowers", an acrylic painting by Mieko Hathaway are on exhibit at the Marshall Regional Arts Council's Judged Art Show. A reception will be held to celebrate the artwork of more than 24 area artist at 5…
The landmark Marshall Grand houses East Texas Baptist University’s (ETBU) School of nursing. On the plaque that designates the building as a teaching institution, we see these etched words from Proverbs 3:5-6: “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in …
Word of Truth Bible College recently held its first commencement convocation for its Harrison County campus, bestowing degrees upon 44 graduates.
Husband and wife Paul and Thelma Morris graduated from the Word of Truth Bible College Inc. East Texas satellite campus with a certificate of completion in biblical studies. The Bible College recently held its commencement convocation at the Julius S. Scott Sr. Chapel at Wiley College.
Dayspring Therapeutic Equestrian Center of Harrison County hosted its first horsemanship clinic of the summer this week, bringing out eager young children for lessons in horse riding and care.