The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding parents, drivers and children to incorporate safety into their Halloween plans. Adults and kids can avoid a variety of potential dangers by adhering to basic safety practices and using extra caution in areas where trick-or-treaters will be celebrating. “Trick-or-treaters of various ages will be out
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Marshall High School senior Chandler Kelehan has been recognized as a 2017-2018 Wendy’s High School Heisman winner. Kelehan, a son of Dr. Shane and Sheryl Kelehan, was chosen by the Wendy’s High School Heisman committee as a student who “sets the bar, works harder, shows more passion and leads by example – in the
WOMEN’s SOCCER AUSTIN, Texas – The Wiley College women’s soccer team extend their record-breaking winning streak to six after defeating Huston-Tillotson 3-1 Saturday in a Red River Athletic Conference game. The Lady Wildcats (6-2, 4-0 in RRAC) also set new program records for longest unbeaten streak, longest conference winning streak, the strongest start in conference
‘Plan While You Can’ campaign aims to reverse trend in alcohol-related crashes during football season With college and professional football seasons in full swing, the Texas Department of Transportation’s statewide “Plan While You Can” campaign reminds fans to make a sober ride part of their game-day plans. “Football is big in Texas and while fans make
Alison Payne, Head Start teacher at Washington Early Childhood Center, has been named the Patterson Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Marshall MISD Teacher of the Week. Mrs. Payne was surprised on Wednesday morning by Patterson representatives Suzanne Willis and Kristin Skinner, along with WECC Principal Detrice Fisher who nominated her for the award. “Mrs.