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.

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The Noon Optimist Club met online Jan. 13 under the leadership of Vice president Julie Brock with prayers for President Ned Calvert and his family (especially his wife Sarah) as they suffer from the effects of the Covid-19 virus.

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Kittens have very specific dietary needs in order to grow into healthy, active adult cats. As carnivores, all cats need more protein than many other pets, but kittens also require a variety of nutrients to provide energy for growth and development.

Pet owners choosing to travel domestically while following the appropriate precautions during and after the COVID-19 pandemic may be apprehensive about leaving their animal companion at home. While carrying a pet cross-country may seem daunting, with proper planning, owners should be confide…

The Noon Optimist Club held its first 2021 meeting online Jan. 6 with prayers for President Ned Calvert and sorrow for the death of Marshall realtor and long-time Optimist Rusty Asaff. President Calvert’s illness with the Covid-19 virus led the club to cancel what was planned to be an in-per…

Northeast Texas Habitat for Humanity recently announced the winners of its first Gingerbread Showcase contest. Spring Hill State Bank won the grand prize People’s Choice Award by raising the most money for Habitat through public voting for its entry. Spring Hill State Bank’s creation which f…

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Hallsville’s Beta Sigma Phi members Carolyn Dawson, President Charlene Torrence Franks, and Joyce Killingsworth. Not pictured: Ann Newell (Service Chairman), Susan LaBay (Secretary) and Shirley Campbell delivering Gift Cards to the residents of Hallsville Square during Christmas. Hallsville’…

Medicines are intended to enhance and protect the health of our pets but giving oral medication to companion animals can be a trying process. Have no fear pet caregivers, there are proven techniques that will make pilling your pet a more pleasant experience for everyone involved.

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

Elizabeth Frances Redfern Newberg, who turned 100 on Christmas Day and is a Marine Corps veteran who served in World War 2, recently had a surprise Zoom birthday party, planned by her family.

The following pets are available for adoption from the Humane Society of Harrison County’s The Pet Place, located at 1901 Jefferson Avenue. For information on adoption, call (903) 938-7297.

The Republican Women of Harrison County are proud to announce their donation of six new bikes to The Empty Stocking Fund this year. In the picture are Pam Lindsey with Empty Stocking Fund, Jean Beauchamp Secretary for the Republican Women, Jacque Henigan with the Republican Women, Sherry Rus…

On Friday, Dec. 18, The Republican Women of Harrison County held their monthly meeting at the Elk Lodge. Judge Brad Morin swore in the 2021 officers. Donna Philyaw-President, Veronica King-Vice President, Jean Beauchamp-Secretary, and Renee Oswalt as Treasurer. They also got an update on wha…

An ingenious leader who gave selflessly to so many is how those who knew and loved Jim Fitzgerald, a local businessman, Marshall Rotarian and past district governor for Rotary District No. 5830, remember him.

The Noon Optimist Club held it last 2020 meeting online on Dec. 16 and decided to invite all Optimists share greetings with each other and all of Harrison County. President Ned Calvert sends his “Greetings on behalf of all Optimists, including Adam Adair, Ben Dicks on, Isabel Martinez, and G…

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The holiday season is a time to show appreciation to our loved ones, both people and pets. Handmade toys and treats are a wonderful way to do so — they allow owners to avoid busy stores during the pandemic, ensure their gift is pet-safe, and add a personalized touch.

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

The Marshall Lions Club met Tuesday, Dec. 15 at 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. With a vacation from meetings for the remainder of December, Lions celebrated with a Chri…

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The simulated neighing from a trumpet in ‘Sleighride’ could be heard throughout downtown Saturday night along with applause and laughter as members of the Marshall Symphony Orchestra performed their final concert of 2020.

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BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION — The holiday season is a favorite time of year for many to transform their homes with festive decorations, bake winter treats and open their doors to guests.

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The Noon Optimist Club met online on Dec. 9 under the leadership of President Ned Calvert. Optimist Le Ila Dixon impressed the club with the story of Gitanjali Rao, a Colorado teenager who invented a mobile device to test for lead in drinking water and who has been selected as Time’s Kid of …

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The Marshall Lions Club met on Tuesday, Dec. 8, at the meeting room of Jose Tequila’s Grill and heard about Texas Oncology in Longview.

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

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School menus for the Marshall Independent School District for the week of Dec. 7-11.

All hands were on deck, or at least on the train platform, as Santa and Mrs. Claus visited the Marshall Depot on Saturday at the annual Santa at the Depot event. The event was hosted by the Historic T&P Depot board.

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BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION — Spotting a red bump in the corner of a pet’s eye is a concerning but not uncommon experience for many dog owners. Colloquially called “cherry eye,” this bump may be a prolapsed gland of the nictitans, also known as the third eyelid.

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The Noon Optimist Club met in Hutchins Hall on Dec. 2 under the leadership of President Ned Calvert who asked first Time visitors Jeremy Dreesen and John Green to introduce themselves.

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.