A local group hopes to aid veterans and stem the tide of homelessness among the men and women who served our country.
The Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce, in association with Carter BloodCare, the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office and KMHT 103.9, will host the 2018 MASH Bash Blood Drive July 11-12 at the Marshall Visual Arts Center, 208 East
Keep in mind that most of the area city limits have ordinances prohibiting fireworks being detonated within the city’s boundaries. Stay informed and safe.
Enjoy a night with an American Tenor in Paris at the Angelina House in Jacksonville at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 10th. Texas native, Daniel Keeton is an award-winning tenor, composer, and musician who has traveled the world.
The Lone Star Military Resource Group accepted a donation of exercise equipment from Honored Warriors Ranch of Canton Tuesday afternoon.
Books are a great way to explore distant lands and far away places. The Friends of the Palestine Library are hosting a book sale July 6th and 7th. We can pick up both paperback and hardcover books
Sixteen teams will compete at the John Alexander Gymnasium Tuesday evening for glory to avoid scraped knees and ice packs with the conclusion of the fourth annual Tomato Fest Dodgeball Tournament — and you can hear the
By definition, a disaster is a sudden, calamitous event that seriously disrupts the functioning of a community or society and causes human, material, and economic or environmental losses that exceed the community’s ability to cope using its own
The Jacksonville Independent School District is giving away a number of student desks the really retro cool 1970’s style. These desks have served the JISD very well and they would like to pay it forward. We say
If you live on McClenny Drive, El Cerrito Place, Garrett Drive and you’d like to improve your neighborhood the Tyler Police Department wants you to know they want to unite forces with you. Take time to improve your