MARSHALL- According to a March article in the Galveston County Daily News, which was later confirmed by an email from the City of Galveston’s Public Information Office, Marshall Police Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa is listed as one of nine top finalists in the search for a new police chief for the City of Galveston. Campa,
Archives for April 6, 2016
MARSHALL – When Stan Spence, 63, walks into a room, there is an aura of familiarity and of security that seems to follow him. It could because the married father of two and grandfather of four served for more than 39 years as an officer with the Marshall Police Department – and for 12 of
From Staff Reports, firstname.lastname@example.org MARSHALL – Danny Joe Riley’s family haven’t seen him since sometime in August of 1992. At the time of his disappearance, he was in his early 40s, and was around 165 pounds. Riley was said to have stood five feet and nine inches tall and had brown hair and brown eyes.
by Janet Cook, Executive Director, Harrison County Historical Museum MARSHALL/CADDO – Phil Cross, noted Caddo Indian historian, will be the featured teacher at the Harrison County Historical Museum’s first annual day camp for adults. The event will be April 27-28 at the 1901 Harrison County Courthouse in Marshall. This event will benefit the museum’s children’s
MARSHALL – The East Texas Baptist University School of Christian Studies is hosting the T.B. Maston Lecture Series on Wednesday, April 13. The speaker is Dr. Roger Olson, Foy Valentine Professor of Christian Theology and Ethics, at Baylor University’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary. A luncheon will be held from 11:15 a.m.-12:00 p.m. with the
MARSHALL – The Marshall Public Library’s monthly Family Reading Day Saturday, April 9, will be going to the dogs – literally, as children(and adults alike) will sing songs, listen to stories, do a dog-related craft or two, and even meet a real-live canine. According to Felicia Maden, Youth Services Manager for the Marshall Public Library,
In my life, there are no children. All of my nephews and nieces are grown. I am responsible for one smaller than me though – a dog by the name of Toby. Being responsible for a pet means making sure he or she is adequately fed and healthy. Also, that he or she is kept