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East Texas Baptist University recently promoted four faculty members, including Dr. Allen Appiah-Boateng (Associate Professor of Counseling Education), Dr. Laci McRee (Associate Professor of Kinesiology), Dr. Jenny Hoover (Associate Professor of History), and Dr. Colleen Halupa (Professor of…

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Marshall ISD will welcome back teachers and staff next week to begin preparing for the 2021-2022 school year. When those teachers and staff return to campus at Marshall Early Childhood Center and all four K-5 elementary school campuses, as well as students the following week, they will be gr…

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A ‘Back 2 School Giveaway” is set for August 7 at West End Park, hosted by East Texas Open Arms Foundation, Kings & Queens Community Center, the Heavy Hitterz motorcycle club and Marshall Longhorns. The event will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the park located at 1401 W. Houston St. Free…

Marshall native Charles “Chuck” Elia celebrates his 100th birthday today. Born July 27, 1921, Elia graduated from Marshall High School in 1939 and attended the North Texas Agriculture College (now the University of Texas at Arlington).

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While Harrison County Judge Chad Sims said Harrison county has good news regarding no new fatalities from COVID-19 over the past three weeks, case numbers are rising.

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Marshall Symphony Orchestra — in partnership with Marshall Symphony League and Marshall Main Street Marshall — provided a fun-filled time for the whole family, Saturday, as the entities presented the first annual “Symphony in the City,” to highlight local art programs for children.

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The American Red Cross North Texas Region is reminding East Texans that next week may bring the highest temperatures we’ve seen this summer. A little preparation can go a long way in helping to keep you, your family and your fur babies safe during intense heat.

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JEFFERSON — Can’t wait until Halloween for your Friday the 13th spooks and haunts? The Historic Jefferson Railway is hosting a special Friday the 13th spooky train in August to tide fright seekers over until the fall.

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The land for the Piney Park project has been given its next step of approval after a public hearing on zoning at Thursday night’s Marshall City Council meeting.