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Kerens HS seniors moving on to college sports

KERENS–Over the past semester, three Kerens High School senior students have accepted offers to continue their athletic abilities at Texas colleges.

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Council gives first green light to container home development

KERENS–Kerens City Council voted unanimously Tuesday, May 7 to issue a specific-use permit to build container homes across State Highway 309 from the Kerens ISD campus.

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Election Results

Navarro College Board of Trustees
District 2
Faith Holt, 1,845
District 3
Loran Seely, 1,711
District 5
George Procter-Smith, 662
Billy “Todd” McGraw, 1,331

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Junell convicted on two counts of intoxication manslaughter

HENDERSON COUNTY–After a week-long trial before Judge Scott McKee in the 392nd District Court, a Henderson County jury convicted 21-year-old Austin Blake Junell, of two counts of intoxication manslaughter for the December 2017 dea

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Voters opt for change in some races

CEDAR CREEK LAKE–In Gun Barrel City, Councilwoman Linda Rankin retains her seat with a healthy margin, garnering 152 votes to newcomer Joshua Smith’s 95, but the other two council seats went to challengers.

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Eustace hosts 2019 athletic banquet

EUSTACE–Eustace High School hosted their 2019 athletic banquet at First Baptist Church in Eustace Saturday, May 4.

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Phillip Reid Bow

Phillip Reid Bow, 65, of Seven Points, passed away May 1, 2019, in Scurry. Phillip was born April 19, 1954, to Arthur Reid and Mary Maude Stroman Bow in Kaufman.

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