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The holidays have come and gone, but they haven’t been the same for Liz Lingenfelter since her daughter, Beverly Meadows, went missing, the day after Christmas in 2008 — days away from Meadows’ birthday, which is New Year’s Eve.

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Wiley College students, staff and faculty took a moment on Wednesday to step back in time and celebrate the achievements and life of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., ahead of the upcoming national holiday in his honor.

The City of Jefferson increased its police force by one on Tuesday with the hiring of a new police officer at the Jefferson Police Department.

The rodeo world and East Texas lost one of its pioneers, a true calf roper and cowboy, with the passing last Sunday of Norman Gatlin of the Harleton area.

Arrests made by the Marshall Police Department

It is a busy time for us at the Harrison County AgriLife Extension Office. Last week at the County Commissioners Court, Mrs. Beth Derr was awarded the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Volunteer of the Year for Harrison County. Beth is a very active volunteer on several extension committees a…

The start of the New Year is the perfect time to establish new goals, habits, and a healthy lifestyle. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service recommends starting this year off on the right foot by getting active and eating right!

As music pulsed and fog machines pumped out their mists, 16-year-old juggler and Marshallite Gabriel Alonzo took center stage before 5,000 people at ‘Share the Fun Choreographed Routines’ at Reed Arena. Often shy and soft-spoken, the spectacle was the last place he imagined himself.

Rep. Chris Paddie represents Cass, Harrison, Marion, Panola, Sabine and Shelby Counties in the Texas House of Representatives. His weekly Capitol Updates will run during the current Texas Legislative session.

Harrison County NAACP Branch No. 6185 has big plans in store as the organization gears up for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, started by its longtime leader, the late Mrs. Charles Wilson.

Heavy rain showers over the course of the past three months caused some minor flooding in the Caddo Lake area that has since receded, as of Saturday, County Engineer John Paul Jones reported to the Harrison County Commissioners Court on Wednesday.

If the New Year seems a lot like 2018, the weather has been along the same pattern. I am sure we will have some cold weather in the future, but the year is young. If you follow the Farmer’s Almanac, they are predicting that we will have more wet and not much cold weather for the winter and e…