The City of Atlanta, Texas did its best to live up to the City’s motto “One City Under God” this week after hosting two large community faith events this last week.
By Shawn Larson
For many parents, finding childcare can be a daunting task.
By Jamie Jeans
Following one of the most challenging years as a health care provider caring for the most vulnerable population during a global pandemic, a Licensed Practice Nurse (LPN) at Focused Care at Linden,
On Oct. 11, the American Legion Post 258 hosted two Texas State Leaders, Robert and Barbie Rohde, from the veteran non-profit organization, Mission 22.
LKHS students enjoyed listening to Coach Stephen Mackey in a campus wide assembly on Oct. 13 sponsored by Fields Of Faith.
On September 7, 2021, State Bank moved into its new location – the former Wells Fargo Bank branch at 204 E. Main Street in Atlanta.
Quanah Parker became a respected leader of the Comanche Nation at the end of the Plains Indian Wars. He spent much of his life caught between two worlds.
By Ken Bridges
If history is an indicator, Texas voters will likely go to the polls on Nov. 2 in underwhelming numbers to decide the fate of eight proposed amendments to the state’s constitution.
By Gary Borders
Oveta Culp Hobby was a woman of drive and determination. From newspaper editor to presidential cabinet secretary and more, Hobby lived a life of service and breaking barriers for women.
By Ken Bridges
The state climatologist recently predicted that Texas will continue to get hotter and for longer periods of time during the next 15 years.
Congressman Pat Fallon (TX-04) sent a letter to Senate and House Defense Appropriations Subcommittee leadership urging for funding for HMMWV Rollover Mitigation Kits.
The discovery of oil transformed communities and entire states in the closing years of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century.
By Ken Bridges
Linden-Kildare’s junior high girls’ team won a district championship last week.
The peeking sun over the towering East Texas pines that line the banks of Wright Patman signaled the start of the 4D Fishing Duel.
Atlanta High School’s Carson Dillinger and Justin Pierce placed first in the THSBA tournament last weekend. They each received a $1,000 scholarship, a $250 gift card and a plaque.
Memorial services for Dr.
On Oct. 15, the Lady Rabbits battled New Boston and won in three sets by scores of 25-21, 25-11, 25-13.
By Tim Emmons
Atlanta’s girls’ and boys’ cross country teams both won district championships last week. The teams advanced to regionals in the process.
On Oct. 14, the Atlanta Middle School football program took on the Tatum Eagles
In the seventh grade A game the Rabbs blanked Tatum 30-0.
By Courtesy Of Coach Matt Johnson
The Big Bad Band from Rabbit Land competed in Mount Pleasant this past Saturday and won first place overall.
ALEXUS BEATRICE DAVIS
Alexus is the 17-year-old daughter of Bruce and Robin Davis.
Jenifer Lewis from Texarkana Resources spoke to the Atlanta Lions Club this week.
On Saturday, October 16, members of Mark Epperson Chapter United States Daughters of 1812 gathered to donate a book to the genealogy library in the Museum of the 3 Bostons in New Boston.
The local extension office has made an urgent call for 4-H enrollment for both adults and youths.
Donnya Elle Stephens was born in Linden, Texas.
Homer Weaver, age 94, of Queen City, Texas, went to be with the Lord, Tuesday, October 12, 2021, at his residence.
Clifton Perry “Pop” Peninger, age 80, of Atlanta, Texas, went to be with the Lord Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at his residence surrounded by family.
Alice “Joy” Hill, 90 years of Queen City, Texas left this earthly life to enter the gates of Heaven on Thursday, October 14, 2021.
Eunice Marie Lundy, age 66, of Atlanta. Texas, went to be with the Lord, Thursday, October 7, 2021 in Miller County, Arkansas.
Bonnie Sue Yates, age 89, of Atlanta, Texas, went to be with the Lord, Monday, October 4, 2021 at her residence surrounded by her family.
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