CEDAR CREEK LAKE–Sports can make a profound impact on the life of a young person.
The Kerens Volunteer Fire Department responds to the first grass fire of the year July 6. The fire was two miles north of Kerens on FM 636 past CR 2210 on the right. Approximately one acre was burned.
KERENS–Kerens City Council set a no-through truck traffic ordinance in motion Tuesday, July 9 by voting to ban heavy vehicles from traversing the Union Pacific railroad on each city-maintained street crossing the tracks from north
BLOOMING GROVE–The Kerens Bobcats 12U baseball team won the district tournament title at Blooming Grove Wednesday, July 3 to earn a berth in next week’s state tournament.
Mother Beatrice Overton departed this life June 21, 2019. Homegoing services were held June 29, 2019, at Ebenezer Baptist Church where she had been a lifetime member.
Attorneys and county officials gather at the Henderson County Courthouse steps to read the Declaration of Independence July 3.
Gun Barrel City lights up the night sky with an amazing fireworks display Saturday, July 6 as part of July Fest 2019. The event included top-notch entertainment, carnival rides and fireworks.
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