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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.

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“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.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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…