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Porter Luker Elledge

Porter Luker Elledge,, 78, passed away peacefully in his sleep May 5, 2018, at home. Porter was born, the third of three boys, Sept. 19, 1939, in Houston to Don D. and Vera Faye Luker Elledge. Porter was a businessman and entrepreneur.

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Kenneth Lee “Coach” Skierski

It is with great sadness that the family of Kenneth Lee “Coach” Skierski announces his peaceful passing at his home in Groesbeck surrounded by loved ones May 19, 2018, at the age of 59. Kenneth, an Eagle Scout and U.S.

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Kerens holds Athletics Booster Club banquet May 14

Kerens High School girls “Fighting Heart Award” went to Keena Medford (right), presented by Coach Kristen Lynch.

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Rose wins Fort Worth Invitational

FORT WORTH–Justin Rose won the Fort Worth Invitational golf tournament May 27 at the Colonial Country Club after four days of play with a 20-under 260 (66- 64-66-64) and moved up to number two in the FedEx Cup standings, just 305 points from numbe

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Woman busted for traffic violation, meth

Kerens Chief of Police Bryan Miers arrested Stephanie Kamill Stevenson of Canton for manufacture/deliver of a controlled substance Friday, May 25.

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First Presbyterian welcomes supply pastor, birthday girl

KERENS—Two important celebrations are taking place Sunday, June 10. The Kerens Presbyterian Church is marking its 149th homecoming with retired pastor Kathy Sims Collier.

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GOP canvasses runoff for Pct. 2 Commissioner

CORSICANA–The Navarro County Precinct 2 Commissioner race result was set to be canvassed at noon on Thursday, May 31 (a day past press time).

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Kerens remembers those who made ultimate sacrifice

KERENS–Those who served, along with family and friends, gathered to remember patriots who died to perpetuate life, liberty and the American way, during Memorial Day services in downtown Kerens on May 28.

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