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Panthers win Bi-district championship

ENNIS–The Mabank Panthers took home the Bi-district championship with a big win over the Crandall Pirates Feb. 25 at Ennis High School.

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Kerens’ seasons end against Grapeland

FRANKSTON–Kerens’ boys’ and girls’ basketball teams saw their seasons end Tuesday, Feb. 25, as both squads lost games against the Grapeland Sandies and Sandiettes in a playoff doubleheader at Frankston High School.

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Malakoff wins Bi-district title over Whitney

The Malakoff Tigers take home the Bi-district championship with an 81-73 victory over the Whitney Wildcats Feb. 25 at Ferris High School.

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Norris selected as GBC Police Chief

GUN BARREL CITY–Gun Barrel City has selected Jeff Norris to become the next Chief of Police of the Gun Barrel City Police Department.  Chief Norris had been acting as the Interim Chief after Chief Jeff Arnswald was selected to ser

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County considers animal shelter agreement

HENDERSON COUNTY–Henderson County Commissioners’ Court held an in-depth discussion about the county animal shelter in Athens – and whether to approve an agreement with the Humane Society of Cedar Creek Lake to run it – but took no

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Malakoff High School sends first debate team to state

The first-ever debate team from Malakoff High School to advance to the University Interscholastic League (UIL) state meet will compete March 16-17 at The University of Texas at Austin.

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New secondary school set for mid-March opening

KERENS–Students and staff are set to move into the new two-story secondary school at Kerens ISD after students return from spring break Monday, March 16, the school board learned during its Feb. 24 meeting.

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Dorothy Leeora Graves

Dorothy Leeora Graves was born Oct. 26, 1922 in Milford to parents John Houston Hambrick and Mattie Phillips. Dorothy entered into eternal rest at the age of 97.  

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