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WHaus brings Santaland to CCL

WHaus Co-Owner Thomas Weigl displays his favorite American Santa from WHaus’s Santaland themed gallery. “I love this country and I am a proud U.S. Citizen,” says Weigl.

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Kerens ISD hears about solar project taxes

KERENS–Kerens ISD trustees heard a Nov. 15 report on the status of the proposed tax limitation agreement with a planned solar project within its boundaries.

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GBC has more questions for Humane Society

GUN BARREL CITY–During the Nov. 16 Gun Barrel City (GBC) Council meeting, Mayor David Skains clarified his reasoning for the veto of the Humane Society at Cedar Creek Lake’s request of $350 per month during the October meeting.

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Tool installs new council members, mayor

TOOL–During the Nov. 16 meeting the City of Tool canvassed the votes and installed new council members from the Nov. 3 election.

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Malakoff blanks Pottsboro, advances to Regionals

SULPHUR SPRINGS–The Malakoff Tigers blanked the Pottsboro Cardinals in the Area round of the UIL State playoffs Nov. 18 in Sulphur Springs.

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’Jackets sting Bobcats in season opener

KEMP–The Kemp Yellowjackets opened their 2021 season with a big win over the Cross Roads Bobcats Nov. 16 at home.
The Kemp offense came out firing on all cylinders with a stunning performance Nov. 16 as they topped Cross Roads 71-18.

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Hershel Ray Jacobs

Hershel Ray “Bear” Jacobs, former professional football player, coach and probation officer, passed away Nov. 15, 2021, in Dallas. He was 82.
He is survived by his wife, children, two sisters and a brother.

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Jennifer Sue Jackson

Jennifer Sue Jackson, known as “Ninnie” to all who loved her best, was born Dec. 1, 1956, in Taylor, the daughter of Velma Lucille Self and Jesse Woodrow Jackson.

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