Harrison County Judge Chad Sims reported 41 new cases, and two additional fatalities from COVID-19 in the county in the last seven days, raising the counties daily average to six new cases per day, the highest it has been since March.
On Sunday a few minutes after midnight Marshall Emergency Communications received multiple calls reporting a shooting incident that occurred at Wendy’s Restaurant located on East End Blvd. North in Marshall.
The T. Whitfield Davidson Foundation will be holding its spring convocation as an in-person event at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 15 at the Josephine Davidson Memorial Chapel near Diana in Northwestern Harrison County.
The New Town Neighborhood Association Community Pride Award for May 2021 was presented to Attorney Kemisha Roston for her property on University Avenue.
Within his nearly two years of life, Coby Cochran has been both an answer to his parents' prayers and an example of God’s faithfulness, and he’s moved into the hearts of the East Texas community.
Marshall Police Department, along with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office and other area law enforcement agencies, will host a memorial ceremony to honor fallen officers in the State of Texas during 2020 and 2021 at this year’s Law Enforcement Memorial Service.
Dozens of new and classic cars of all makes, models and colors packed downtown Marshall on Saturday as part of Marshall Main Street’s second Cruise Night.
The Noon Optimist Club of Marshall met online on May 5 under the leadership of President Julie Brock, Secretary Melissa Al-Ahmadi and Treasurer Michele Fuller. Sarah Calvert, Optimist Ned’s wife, continues in Christus-Good Shepherd in Longview and is making progress. Optimist Richard Magrill…
Notes flew the air and joined in a symphony of music Saturday night as the Voices 2.0 concert took place in downtown Marshall against the stunning backdrop of the historic courthouse.
Due to increased demand for multifamily cabinets, Texas-based cabinet manufacturer and interiors solutions provider Republic Elite, has acquired the cabinet manufacturing plant formerly operated by Windsor Fixtures, located in Lawrenceville, Georgia.
The city of Marshall’s Small Business Grant Program, which began in October 2020, wants to attract community business owners to apply for the remaining 16 grants available through the program.
The city of Marshall is gearing up to complete its construction project on North Washington Avenue by the end of this month, signifying the completion of the first portion of the ongoing Downtown Redevelopment Project.
The Marshall Arts League (MAL) has been busy this week, hosting its annual spring show, along with a celebratory ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate joining the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce.
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to loosen, Memorial City Hall (MCH) in Marshall is fully opened, preparing to host a number of previously planned and brand new shows in the upcoming season.
Reprimanded Marshall Doctor Shaun Kelehan who was under investigation after a former male patient reported inappropriate sexual abuse during his treatment, has now announced his retirement.
The Marshall Lions Club met at noon, Tuesday, May 4 at Jose Tequila’s with Lion Robert Wood introducing the program speakers, Tiffany Ammerman, President of the Marshall Symphony Orchestra Board and Kermit Poling, Music Director for the Marshall Symphony Orchestra.
All 2021 High School graduates, from any high school or those who are home-schooled, charter schooled, their families, friends, and their youth groups are invited to a worship service at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 20 at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, located at 501 Indian Springs Road.
The Word of God filled the air of downtown Marshall on Thursday, as local leaders, law enforcement agencies, judicial officials and more joined Marshall Prayer Force in the organization’s annual observance of National Day of Prayer, hosted on the lawn of the Harrison County Historical Courthouse.
Popular “Clash of Clans” mobile game maker, Supercell OY, is back in Marshall’s federal court this week, fighting claims that its mobile video games infringe more patents of Japanese game maker, Gree Inc.
JEFFERSON — The Jefferson Lions Club is set to celebrate its 75th anniversary with a community celebration that will include a special member who has served almost as long as the club has existed.
A former East Texas nurse accused of killing multiple patients at Tyler hospital was recently indicted last month in connection with the death of a fourth patient.
Nearly 200 COVID-19 vaccines were administered on campus last week during a free clinic hosted by East Texas Baptist University in conjunction with the Texas Division of Emergency Management. Harrison County community members, as well as University friends and family, were encouraged to stop…
JEFFERSON — A city of Jefferson alderman race is now headed to a special election after the two candidates running for the spot drew in an equal number of votes.
JEFFERSON — The Texas Department of Transportation Atlanta Division announced Wednesday a railroad crossing outside of Jefferson will be closed to travelers next week due to repairs.
Cinco de Mayo could not be ignored this year and members of the Marshall Symphony Orchestra celebrated the holiday in grand fiesta-style Wednesday night with their second concert of the week.
The city of Waskom recently earned special recognition at Right to Life of East Texas’ Celebrate Life Banquet, receiving the Pro-Life Leadership Award for being the first in the country to become a sanctuary city for the unborn.
The Marshall Symphony Orchestra is kicking off its week of events this Tuesday, leading up to the group’s annual Voices 2.0 concert on Saturday.
JEFFERSON — A biographical play set just before the start of World War II is set to debut this month by the Jefferson Opera House Theatre Players.
The road home for foster and rescue pets isn’t always straight forward and that where animal lover Tanya Parker comes in.
Do you think it is time to have a talk about heart health? Well, it is that time of year again and the Harrison Family and Community Health committee will host their annual “Let’s Have a Heart to Heart” seminar.
The Marshall Music Club announced that once again they will host a Young Artists Concert. This concert has been an annual event held as a centerpiece of National Music Week, sponsored by the American Federation of Music Clubs.
After taking a hit by the severe February snow storm, the Harrison County road and bridge offices, at 3800 Five Notch Road, will be getting a much needed facelift in the form of a new building soon.
The city of Marshall’s Wall of Love mural project, to help assist with funding costs for the new Animal Adoption Center in Marshall, has expanded its program to offer additional options to community members.
The city of Marshall, along with the Keep Marshall Beautiful board, teamed up for a special Arbor Day event on Monday after an original plan to host the event last Friday was rescheduled due to weather conditions.
There is now an Enhanced Risk for severe thunderstorms along and north of Interstate 30 tonight, according to the National Weather Service in Shreveport.Severe thunderstorms are expected to move into the I-30 corridor later this evening and continue through the overnight hours. Very large ha…
HALLSVILLE — Saturday’s rain showers didn’t dampen any spirits as the city of Hallsville presented the town’s inaugural “Music in the Park” event, showcasing Hallsville ISD bands.
May 1, 2021 marks the 50th Anniversary of Amtrak. In honor of this important milestone for the nation, the Marshall Depot Board of Directors is announcing a year-long commemoration and celebration of Amtrak.