By Becky Holland, firstname.lastname@example.org PINEY WOODS – Brandy Branch Lake, in the Pirkey Environmental Park, will play host to an expected 150 special needs students from Harrison, Marion and Panola counties Friday, May 6. This will be the second year that the event, sponsored by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and others, will take
Archives for April 26, 2016
By Becky Holland, email@example.com WASKOM – Nikki Gillard, Crime Scene Officer for the Marshall Police Department, grew up in the family-oriented community of Waskom. The mother one son, Gillard attended Waskom High School and graduated from the East Texas Police Academy in Kilgore. Gillard, 31, who is engaged to be married, is also the co-coordinator
By Becky Holland, firstname.lastname@example.org (First published when I was doing the free blog on the Marshall News Messenger website earlier this year. Resharing due to a reader’s question about the issue of giving away animals. If you have questions, contact the Pet Place of Marshall or the Marshall Animal Shelter) Surrendering your dog or cat
By Becky Holland, email@example.com MARSHALL – Nearly two months after the announcement that Marshall Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Marc Smith accepted the position of superintendent of schools for the Duncanville Independent School District, the Marshall ISD Board of Trustees are ready to begin the first round of interviews of candidates to fill the position.
From Harrison County Sheriff’s Office Harrison County, Texas – The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office reports the following incidents to have occurred in Harrison County since April 21. A report was taken April 21 concerning a residence that had been broken into in Marshall. A Longview resident reported that a gun was stolen from a vehicle
By Becky Holland, firstname.lastname@example.org MARSHALL – Marshall Police Department’s Officer Jessica Chiles, 32, credits her children with her career choices. “I became an officer because it was a calling, and something that was in my heart,” Chiles said. “My kids influenced me because I want a better – safer place for them to grow up