Officer Michael Maguire and K9 Amor accepted from Sagan Jameson-Hatch, age 8, of the Girl Scout Troup # 7143, a box for the Troop’s towel drive. Troop #7143 are collecting towels to help in the cleanup efforts from the flooding. Boxes are at different locations in the community like the Marshall Police Department and Lowe’s.
Archives for March 18, 2016
Marshall ISD and East Texas Baptist University are working together on improving dual credit opportunities for Marshall High School students with a new plan being implemented next year that will offer up to nine college courses on the MHS campus. The plan, announced by MISD Superintendent Dr. Marc Smith at last month’s meeting of the
LaDarius Carter, 27, of Marshall, Texas says that when he hears the term ‘good news,’ he immediately thinks of the Bible. “The Gospel is what I think of. In spite of my flaws and sin, God loves me enough that He gave up His Son for me to have a relationship with Him.” Married with
If you asked wife and mother of two, Jenny Kerr, 38, of Marshall, what her best childhood memory was, she would say, “Twinkie Parties.” According to Jenny, it all started with her dad. “My dad worked the evening shift at GM, so my brothers and I rarely saw him during the week.” “Occasionally, he would
Early Friday morning, March 18, the Marshall Police Department posted a video through Youtube, Facebook and local media asking for help in locating a fugitive, Megan Rene Meredith. She was wanted on a felony warrant of burglary of a habitation. By 10:30 a.m., the MPD phone lines and the Marshall-Harrison County Crimestoppers’ line were jammed