As the jury is expected to begin sentencing deliberations Wednesday, jurors on Tuesday heard from family members of the four patients William George Davis was convicted of killing, while the defense's character witnesses then took the stand.
The Texas Department of Transportation is asking the public to weigh in on the I-20 Corridor Study, their transportation priorities for the highway, their points of interest and issues or opportunities that should be addressed.
Even with spooky season in full swing and Halloween just around the corner, the shivers running up and down your spine this week likely will be weather related.
The Hallsville Whataburger is undergoing a remodel, and the Whataburger saddles have been taken out of the store. Whataburger donated one of the saddles from the store to the City of Hallsville last week.
East Texas Baptist University hosted its seventh annual Calling Conference on Wednesday, Oct. 20, for ETBU students who are drawn to vocational ministry. The conference provided students with a deeper understanding of identifying and pursuing their callings with opportunities to learn from e…
Red Ribbon Week raises awareness of drug use and the problems related to drugs facing various communities, and encourages parents, educators, business owners and other community organizations to promote drug-free lifestyles.
HALLSVILLE — Hallsville ISD trustees on Monday approved a bid to replace the turf on a practice field at Hallsville High School and also recognized the district’s campus principals for their hard work.
The second week of early voting for the Nov. 2 Constitutional Amendment Election has kicked off to a good start with a total of 572 check-ins.
Hallsville community members gathered at the site of the newly dedicated Young’s Mill Pond state historical marker on Saturday, commemorating the new landmark.
For decades, James Wages took the stage as an international world champion Elvis Presley impersonator performing in places like Mexico, Canada and Sweden.
The Women’s Center of East Texas joined with local law enforcement and officials last week for Purple Thursday to increase domestic violence awareness.
COVID-19 cases in Harrison County are continuing to decline following a month-long trend, with Judge Chad Sims reporting Monday that the county only added an additional 47 new cases of the virus last week.
“These are the times that try men’s souls.” So said Thomas Paine during the crisis of the American Revolution. The current economic crisis caused by the COVID pandemic is now trying the souls of American entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Marshall Main Street Manager Veronique Ramirez is enjoying her new community and looking forward to the busiest time of year coming up next month with the start of the annual Wonderland of Lights.
Demisha Crawford, a criminal/civil clerk for the Harrison County Pct. 2 Justice of the Peace court, has announced her intent to run for the elected JP office in the 2022 Democratic primary.
The risks of doing business online have never been greater for businesses and their customers. Online purchase scams and frequent data leaks put consumers’ financial security and privacy at risk. To convert website visitors into paying customers, you need to show customers your website is secure from hackers.
The first week of early voting for the Nov. 2 Constitutional Amendment Election ended fairly well Friday, with the turnout finally reaching one percent of the county’s registered voters.
Northeast Texas Habitat for Humanity volunteers along with members of the Robinson family gathered together Saturday morning to work on the family’s new home at 2207 Franklin Street in Marshall.
Harrison County officials welcomed a host of court clerks to Marshall Friday, as the county hosted the fall meeting of the Northeast Texas Region VI County and District Clerks Association of Texas.
The First Baptist Church, located at 405 W. Austin St., has been active in Marshall since before Texas was officially a state. This year, the church is celebrating those 175 years of worship with a celebratory dinner.
The Marshall Police Department, in conjunction with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office, the Hallsville Police Department, the Waskom Police Department, the Jefferson Police Department and the Marshall Municipal Court, executed a warrant roundup for outstanding municipal warrants for the Ci…
Buddy Power Promotions, an East Texas nonprofit organization, is planning to host Marshall’s first ever Trail of Terrors walk-through haunted Halloween attraction on Oct. 29 and 30.
The Genesis Primecare Obstetrics and Gynecology clinic is merging services in Marshall with the existing family clinic located at 805 Lindsey Drive in Marshall.
HALLSVILLE — Guests to Cajun Tex Hallsville on Thursday were able to enjoy dinner and a show while supporting a good cause.
The fall weather is here and the leaves are turning, which means it’s time for the Marshall ISD Special Programs’ fifth annual Fall Festival event.
The Marshall Police Department Drug Take Back Event will be held at Walmart located at 1701 East End Blvd North on Saturday, Oct. 23. Marshall police officers will be on-site from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to collect unwanted, unused or expired prescription drugs from Marshall and Harrison County ci…
As filing approaches for the 2022 Primaries, Harrison County Pct. 2 Justice of the Peace Clarice Watkins announced this week that she will not seek re-election.
East Texas Baptist University invites the community to join the Tiger Family for Homecoming celebrations on Friday, Oct. 29 through Saturday, Oct. 30.
Harrison County officials announced Wednesday that a technology action plan developed by Connected Nation Texas is being executed to expand broadband within the county.
Harrison County Court-at-Law Judge Joe Black announced on Wednesday he will be seeking re-election in the 2022 Republican primary.
Marshall Councilmembers considered more information on a potential new vacant property ordinance during last Thursday’s meeting, taking the next steps on a program council has been considering for many months.
JEFFERSON — Guests to the Marion County Chamber of Commerce’s 31st annual Taste of Jefferson event on Sunday were able to sample some of the area’s best local cuisine.
A double rainbow overlooked the meeting of Jefferson Community Center board members Jim Finstrom, Elmer Jackson and Gene Williams as they met with Adopt-A-Cop board members, Peggy Walker and Francene DePrez, to discuss the upcoming Jefferson Community Law Enforcement Partnership meet-and-greet.
A Harrison County jury sentenced Jeffery Dillon Grantham, of Karnack, to 50 years in prison Wednesday for assault family violence by strangulation and 25 years for evading arrest with a vehicle. The sentences will run concurrently.
The M. Night Shyamalan-produced film The Vanishings at Caddo Lake, which is currently filming in the area, is looking for period-specific vehicles to use in the movie.
Those wanting to get a jump on their Christmas shopping can make a list and check it twice during the Marshall Elks Lodge’s upcoming second annual Jingle Bell Express event, set for Saturday in Marshall.
The Harrison County Commissioners Court approved a resolution last week outlining the allocation of funds from the County Assistance District No. 1 sales tax option, proposed on the Nov. 2 ballot.
East Texas Baptist University faculty, staff, donors, and supporters gathered on Friday, Oct. 15, to bless the foundation of the Great Commission Center. The ceremony included a time of prayer, worship, and a sacred time of dedication for the transformative learning facility and discipleship…