The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Monday, Jan. 11, reports the following:
By Lacy Gross
A winter storm dumped up to four inches of heavy, wet snow across Louisiana and East Texas, leaving 57,800 SWEPCO customers without power as of 9 a.m. Monday.
In the early 1800’s people began moving into the area that we now call Cass County. It was once known as: Paschal Co. 1824-36; Red River Co. 1836-46; Cass Co. 1846-61; Davis Co. 1861 -71; Cass Co.
Faith, faith, faith, a little bit of faith, you don’t need a whole lot, just use what you’ve got.
By Leatha Augustus
John Donne told us, “No man is an island, entire of itself. Each is a piece of the continent, a part of the main.
By Ken Ansell
Linden is looking forward to some fun events this winter. Jan 3oth from 11am - 1pm we will have a downtown block party with games, vendors and music!
By Bob Swisher
In the aftermath of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963, the nation soon asked questions about the presidency.
By Ken Bridges
It’s always a rare pleasure to see snow in northeast Texas.
By Ledc Update By Christophe Trahan
The 87th session of the Texas Legislature opened Tuesday with COVID-19 encompassing every aspect of what the lawmakers do, according to new House Speaker Dade Phelan.
By Capital Highlights By Chris Cobler
LETTER TO THE EDITOR:
For 29 seasons as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, Tom Landry was the image of professionalism and sportsmanship.
By Ken Bridges
L-K 68, Maud 65
The Linden-Kildare Tigers faced a familiar foe Jan. 8, in the Maud Cardinals.
No. 6 McLeod 53, James Bowie 34
The Longhorns followed up a big win over Rivercrest with a, 53-34, thumping of James Bowie on Jan. 8.
By Tim Emmons
Four Lady Rabbit volleyball players played together in the MLK Tournament as part of the North Texas Region, USA Volleyball circuit Jan. 9-10 in the DFW area.
ABOVE - Atlanta’s Daimion Collins gets into the paint against Hooks. BELOW - Kym Sheppard goes in for a layup off the glass. Photos by KIM SHEPPARD
Last year was one we’d like to forget for obvious reasons.
COVID-19 changed the landscape in which we lived our lives and has changed the dynamic of every life on this planet.
By Tim Emmons
McLeod 92, Clarksville 51
McLeod blasted Clarksville, 92-51, Jan. 2, with Casey Smith pouring in 21, Silas Murdock 18, Keldyn Schubert 17, Nos Gryder 13 and Nathan Parker nine.
By Tim Emmons
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is announcing an upcoming Transportation Alternatives (TA) call for projects for bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure!
Robert Lawson, owner of Hooked Barbershop in Atlanta, was recently gifted a rifle won in a VFW raffle by his uncle.
Fourth grade students at J.K. Hileman Elementary presented “A Very Different Christmas” last week under the direction of music teacher, Mrs. Hackleman.
First grade classes at J.K. Hileman Elementary searched all over campus for the first gift of Christmas and finally found it hiding in plain sight back in their classrooms.
Hughes Springs’ Annual Christmas Parade was cancelled, so several determined business people decided to get together and plan a Reverse Parade where all along First Street was decorated and traffic
Morris E. Hamilton was born on November 8, 1919 in the Center Grove community just north of Linden, Texas. He passed away on December 19, 2020 at a long-term care facility in Linden.
Wanda “Susie” Lummus, 79, of Texarkana, Texas, passed from this life to the next on January 10, 2021.
Jackie Louise Icenhower, age 57, of Texarkana, Texas, died Monday, December 21, 2020, in a local hospital.
Nora Belle Arrington, age 82, of Atlanta, Texas, went to be with the Lord Friday, January 1, 2021 in a local adult care facility. Nora was born July 16,
Robert Joyce Buzbee, age 86, of Atlanta, Texas, went to be with the Lord Sunday, January 03, 2021, at his residence surrounded by family.
Freddie Earl “Bo” Hall, age 81, went to be with the Lord, Thursday, December 24, 2020, in an adult care facility.
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