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The Marshall Lions Club met at noon on Tuesday, July 28 at the meeting room of Jose Tequila’s Grill located at 1205 East End Blvd. South. Members ordered from the menu.

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 or surrendering a pet, call (903) 938-7297.

Community members have gone out and enjoyed the first taste of summer in Marshall this week during the annual Greater Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce carnival by Triple T Amusements.

Although only a small number of companion animals have tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, pet owners may experience anxiety about the best way to care for their pet amidst a pandemic when stories about confirmed cases in pets begin appearing closer to home, such as those recently repo…

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.

The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met online Wednesday with President Le Ila Dixon sharing a positive story: A customer’s random act of kindness at a restaurant in Mississippi inspired 78 other drivers to do the same at Taco Sombrero on Monday, each driver paying for the order behind them i…

The Marshall Lions Club met Tuesday, July 21 at the meeting room of Jose Tequila’s Grill where members ordered from the menu. President Jimmie Van Norden called the meeting to order and welcomed Lions and asked Lion P. A. Almquist to open the meeting with prayer and appointed Lion Ed Hoffman…

The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met online Wednesday with President Le Ila Dixon sharing a positive medical development from the past. In 1941, Australian born pathologist, Howard Florey, carried out the first-ever clinical trials of penicillin at the Radcliffe Infirmary in Oxford. Howard…

The Marshall Lions Club met Tuesday at the meeting room of Jose Tequila’s Grill where 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, and asked Lion Bob Graves to open the meeting wi…

Just as our pets often help their owners through difficult times, animals that have suffered from traumatic events may need extra support.

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 surrendering a pet or adopting a pet call 903 938-7297.

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 or surrendering a pet call 903-938-7297.

Vesicular stomatitis, or VSV, is a virus endemic to the warmer regions of North, Central, and South America. Texans with livestock and horses are likely familiar with the disease, as outbreaks of VSV typically occur in the state every few years.

The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met online July 8 with President Le Ila Dixon reminding us that on this day in 1776, a 2,000-pound copper-and-tin bell rang out from the tower of the Pennsylvania State House in Philadelphia, summoning citizens to the first public reading of the Declaration…

The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met online Wednesday, June 24, with President Le Ila Dixon sharing an innovative approach for library books delivery. The pandemic, she noted, has closed schools and public libraries across the U.S., but a Virginia librarian, Kelly Passek, has thought of a …

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 adopting a pet or surrendering a pet call 903 938-7297.

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 adoption or surrendering a pet call 903 938-7297.

U.S. Navy Master Chief Kristopher “DUC” Boyd, son of Robert Lister, of Marshall, and Sharon Malone, recently retired as master chief information systems technician.

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My favorite memory is when my daddy was on my make-a-Wish trip to meet Minnie Mouse. Daddy rode in all the rides with me. We had so much fun. Also he gave me swoops each night. Swoops are rocking me left and right in his arms in the air and then “lands” me on my bed.

Since the first vaccine was invented in 1796, the practice of immunization has transformed how we view infectious diseases, taking many pathogenic invaders from being deadly threats to easily preventable maladies. For humans and animals alike, vaccines are important healthcare tools.

Available for adoption from the humane Society of Harrison County’s The Pet Place at 1901 Jefferson Avenue, are the following great pets. For information on adoptions, surrenders or other animals available, call 903 938-7297.

The Marshall Music Club since 1913 has worked to advocate for the performance, promotion and enjoyment of music in the community of Marshall and surrounding areas.

The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met online Wednesday, June 10, with President Le Ila Dixon expressing thanks to Optimist Michele Fuller, the club’s treasurer, for sending the $500 checks awarded last week on their way directly to the recipients with a cover letter.

HALLSVILLE — The long awaited U.S. premiere of the action thriller film, “The Runners,” which was filmed in East Texas and stars East Texans, is now scheduled for next month.

The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met online Wednesday, May 27, with President Le Ila Dixon noting a shipment of 10,000 masks and other PPE gear to the hard hit Navajo Nation from the Republic of South Korea in gratitude for its 800 members who used their language as an unbreakable code for…

Texas is known for hot summers that leave many residents ready for air conditioning and a cool drink. Because their bodies expel heat less efficiently and generate more heat pound-for-pound than humans, our furry friends can be even more impacted by rising temperatures.

The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met online Wednesday, May 27, with President Le Ila Dixon noting that she and Optimist Charles Dixon are continuing to shelter-in-place, wearing masks and keeping distance when necessity demands that they go out.

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 adopting or surrendering a pet call 903 938-7297.

COLLEGE STATION – Pet parents want to feed their dogs the best diet possible to keep their furry friends happy and healthy, but there are so many options on the market: prepackaged or home-cooked, wet food or dry, and grain-free or no grain.