GULF SHORES, Alabama – The No. 6 Wiley College women’s track and field team gains two more finalist as Renae Dennie advanced in the 100-meter hurdles and Natasha Poleon reached the 400-meter dash finals. Dennie ran 14.13 in the 100-meter hurdles – which was the top time in her heat. Poleon – who qualified for
GULF SHORES, Alabama – The No. 3 Wiley College men’s track and field team will have several athletes contending for NAIA titles – as seven advance to event finals. Marbeq Edgar – the defending NAIA 800-meter run champion won his heat with a time of 1:50.98. Shevan Parks also qualified for the final with his
State iWatch program accepts tips via website, mobile app AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is calling on Texans to remain vigilant regarding potential crime and terrorist activity in their communities, and to report suspicious behaviors to local authorities or the department’s iWATCH website at www.iwatchtx.org. The iWATCH program was created
MARSHALL, Texas – Last fall, Marshall ISD entered into a new, innovative program with Mission Marshall to challenge third-grade students across the district to increase their cumulative grade-level reading averages. With last week’s culmination of the new “Read to Ride” program, a total of 268 of the district’s 450 third-graders – or 60 percent –
The No. 3 Wiley College men’s track and field team received more honors as Marbeq Edgar won United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association NAIA South-Central Region Male Track Athlete of the Year and head coach Marlon Baugh won NAIA South-Central Region Men’s Coach of the Year. Edgar and Baugh will receive
MARSHALL, Texas – Kayla Green, a graduate of East Texas Baptist University and former team captain for the Lady Tigers volleyball team, has been named the new Head Volleyball Coach at Marshall High School. Green, a December 2016 graduate of ETBU with a Bachelor of Science in Education – Secondary Mathematics, with a Kinesiology minor,
Ashley Walker will be a NCAA Division I head coach next season as she was hired by Mississippi Valley State University May 5 and formally introduced on Wednesday. “I’m extremely excited,” Walker said. “I’m thankful to the Mississippi Valley State University president Dr. William Bynum and athletic director Dianthia Ford-Kee for this opportunity. I’m also
Rachel George, fourth-grade teacher at William B. Travis Elementary, and Eleanor Eckels, Math Interventionist at Marshall Junior High School, have been selected as the 2017 Marshall ISD District Teachers of the Year. The two educators were officially named and presented during Monday’s Regular Meeting of the Marshall ISD Board of Trustees. Mrs. George is the
Marshall, TX – Some poisonous products, such as household cleaners, are obvious. But the list doesn’t end there, and some of the items on it might surprise you. The top five poisonous household products include hand sanitizers, button batteries, laundry detergent packets, e-cigarettes, and medications. Marshall Firefighters Association IAFF Local 906 warns that these items
AUSTIN – In advance of the 2017 hurricane season, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is urging Texans to begin making plans to protect themselves and their families. Hurricane season begins June 1 and continues through Nov. 30, and Texas Governor Greg Abbott has proclaimed this week, May 7-13, to beHurricane Preparedness Week.
Marshall Police Department is hosting a Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony honoring fallen officers in the State of Texas during 2016 and 2017. This year’s ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 17, 2017, at the Marshall Visual Arts Center at 12:00 pm. In 1962, President John Kennedy designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day.
The City of Marshall announces that it will utilize the services of an executive placement firm to fill, on an interim basis, the position of Chief of Police. This position became vacant last week after the City accepted the resignation of Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa. City Manager Lisa Agnor states, “After careful evaluation of both
AUSTIN – The reward for Agapito Salinas, 45, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive and this month’s featured fugitive, has been increased to $12,500 for information leading to his capture if the tip comes in during the month of May. Salinas, a confirmed Texas Syndicate gang member, is wanted for parole violation. All tips are
Jesus “Eddie” Campa has tendered his resignation as the Chief of Police for the City of Marshall effective June 23, 2017. Chief Campa was appointed Chief in August, 2014 after a lengthy law enforcement career with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. While Chief Campa’s employment agreement requires that he give sixty (60) days written
Work recently started by the Army Corp of Engineers to inspect and make repairs to the Lake O’ The Pines Spillway is affecting the quality of the water supply for the City of Marshall because there is no water flow being released from the lake; our Raw Water Intake is located further downstream. As a