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ANRA recognizes outgoing director Chavira for service

During its regular meeting Dec. 10, theAngelina and Neches RiverAuthority (ANRA) recognized the service of outgoing director Al Chavira. Mr. Chavira, of Jacksonville, was appointed March 6, 2002, by Gov. More...

‘American Pickers’ show possibly looking for antiques in county

Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, stars of the “American Pickers” documentary series on the History Channel will be in Texas and possibly Cherokee County in early January. More...

Center celebrates redesign, Troublefield with open house

The Heritage Center of Cherokee County marked the end of a six-month long redesign of the museum on Sunday, Dec. 14, with Open House at the Heritage Center. More...

Nursing school graduates students from Tyler, Jacksonville, Lindale campuses

The Tyler Junior College School of Nursing and Health Sciences has announced graduates from its associate degree nursing programs in Tyler, Jacksonville and Lindale as well as graduates from TJC’s new paramedic-to-ADN transition program. More...

Alto ISD school board receives audit, hires 1 at short Dec. meeting

“The financial records for Alto ISD are in good standings and everything is in order,” Molly Abele of Axley & Rode told members of the school board Monday evening. More...

HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS

Christmas is filled with activities in the community, school and at church, as local citizens get in the mood for the holiday season. Upcoming Christmas events include: Polar Express at TSR Palestine depot runs on weekends through Dec. 28 More...

Objections filed concerning EPA’s ‘Clean Power Plan’

New requirements will cost $2.9 billion over a 10-year period

East Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc. More...

Rusk Chamber of Commerce celebrates successful year

2014 IN REVIEW

A s I reflect over my term as 2014 President of the Rusk Chamber of Commerce, I know that I could not have achieved all that I did without God, my friends, family and the Rusk chamber. More...

‘My Heart longs for Christmas’ cantata will be presented Dec. 21

Cantata, children’s program planned

The Celebration Choir of the Alto First Baptist Church will present “My Heart Longs for Christmas” at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 21. The Christmas cantata is arranged and orchestrated by David T. More...

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