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Marshall Police Dept. issue safety tips for halloween

With Halloween approaching, the Marshall Police Department would like to inform the public that we will have extra police units on patrol to ensure both children and adults enjoy a fun and safe weekend. Those who wish to participate in the Fall Festival and trick-or-treating are strongly urged to obey all city ordinances and respect

RISE – The Art of William Putnam

The Who’s who of Marshall gathered last night to enjoy the Rise exhibition, the art of William Putnam. Will created a high end gallery feel at the Marshall visual art center. His vibrant and unique multi medium art pieces graced the gallery for all to see. “Out of this world”, was one of the comments overheard.  Will

Gohmert on Obamacare: “They Knew it Would Fail”

Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) joined Your World with Neil Cavuto today to discuss the Obamacare premium tax hikes, explaining that the administration knew the program would fail. He stated, “You had clues all along the way – they [the administration] knew this [Obamacare] was gonna cost a fortune, that things were gonna skyrocket and they

Leadership: An All Call For Leaders

During my US Naval service, my job onboard submarines was to make sure the combat systems were fully functional at all times.  Naval Sea System Command (NAVSEA) played a very important role in enabling those successes.  NAVSEA is a force of 70,000 civilian, military and contract support personnel that engineers, builds, buys and maintains the

Clinton’s Big Ditch

Eight years before the Declaration of Independence was signed by the men who comprised the Second Continental Congress, a proposal was made to dig a ditch across the width of what is now the State of New York.  This was two years prior to the Boston Massacre.  In 1770 the population of the colonies was

Wiley College Athletics Department creates Athletic Guided Pathway

Ninety-eight percent of student-athletes will go pro in every profession other than sports. To help ensure that its athletes are successful after they graduate from Wiley College, the athletics department created Athletic Guided Pathway. Mac McConnell, who is an assistant men’s basketball coach and Sophomore Success Academy Coach, created the program – which will assist

Wildcats look to lock up tournament berth, improve ranking

The Wiley College men’s soccer team hopes to secure the opportunity to defend its Red River Athletic Conference Tournament title, when it visits Texas College at 3 p.m. Thursday and Jarvis Christian College at 3 p.m. Saturday. The Wildcats (6-4-1, 4-3 in RRAC) enters this week in fourth-place. The top six teams qualify for the

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