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Parade of Lights remembers those lost on 9/11

The Parade of Lights began in Gun Barrel City and ended in Payne Springs as a way to honor the many lives lost during the 9/11 terroist attacks.

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Kerens sets budget, keeps tax rate

KERENS–Kerens City Council approved the fiscal year 2022 budget and 2021 tax rate during its Sept. 7 meeting.

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Mabank kicks off Homecoming week with bonfire

The Mabank Panthers celebrate the start of Homecoming week with their annual bonfire at the Mabank Pavilion Sept. 13 as the community rallies together behind their teams.

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Eustace rallies, completes comeback against Westwood

EUSTACE–The Eustace Bulldogs completed an impressive comeback Sept. 10 at home against the Westwood Tigers.

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Kerens drops to 1-2 with 20-7 loss at Mildred

MILDRED–The Kerens Bobcats, who opened the season with a 26-7 win at Meridian, lost their second game of the year with a 20-7 loss at the Mildred Eagles, falling to 1-2.

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Hornets ground Eagles on homecoming night

ATHENS–The Athens Hornets picked up a dominant win on homecoming night as they topped the Fairfield Eagles Sept. 17.
The Hornets used a strong 22-point first quarter as they grounded the Eagles, 43-14.

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Trial date set for 2022 in fatal Athens school bus crash

ATHENS–A trial date is set for 78-year-old John Stevens for the 2019 school bus crash that left one child dead and another injured in Athens after a train collided with the bus.

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Biden signs executive order pushing vaccine mandate

WASHINGTON D.C.–President Joe Biden announced Sept. 9 that employers with 100 employees or more will be forced to require coronavirus vaccinations or test employees weekly.

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