Go to ...

Piney Woods News

Covering Marshall, Texas and surrounding communities

RSS Feed

June 24, 2017

Marshall

CITY TO SELECT EXTERNAL INTERIM CHIEF OF POLICE

The City of Marshall announces that it will utilize the services of an executive placement firm to fill, on an interim basis, the position of Chief of Police. This position became vacant last week after the City accepted the resignation of Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa. City Manager Lisa Agnor states, “After careful evaluation of both

CHIEF JESUS “EDDIE” CAMPA RESIGNS AS CHIEF OF POLICE

Jesus “Eddie” Campa has tendered his resignation as the Chief of Police for the City of Marshall effective June 23, 2017. Chief Campa was appointed Chief in August, 2014 after a lengthy law enforcement career with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. While Chief Campa’s employment agreement requires that he give sixty (60) days written

MISD, TSTC-Marshall announce “Mav Tech” dual credit partnership

MARSHALL, Texas – Marshall ISD has entered into an expanded partnership with Texas State Technical College-Marshall which is expected to enhance and provide more higher education, dual credit opportunities for Marshall High School students beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. Officials from MISD and TSTC – including Dr. Jerry Gibson, MISD Superintendent, and Bart Day,

MISD Shattered Dreams 2017

With the cooperation of many different organizations in our area (listed below) we are proud to announce this year’s Shattered Dreams projects for MISD Junior and Senior students.   Shattered Dreams is a program that helps students realize not only do their actions while operating a vehicle have consequences for them but can have everlasting

THE CITY OF MARSHALL ANNOUNCES NEW GIS MAPPING SYSTEM

As part of the City’s current Sewer and Water Master Plan developments, we needed to develop a GIS mapping system to allow engineers to GPS pinpoint our infrastructure with the highest degree of accuracy. The new master plan mapping will have items such as piping, valves, manholes, and fire hydrants GPS located on the master

THE CITY OF MARSHALL APPROVES 2017 STREET IMPROVEMENTS AND STREET OVERLAY PROJECTS – APPROVED AND CONSTRUCTION START

2017 Street Improvement Program was approved by the City Commission April 13th, 2017. Revenue for street improvements and in-house repairs amounts to approximately $1,581,807 in 2017 and represents the continued commitment, by the entire City Commission, that street improvement and maintenance projects are a high priority. Segments of 44 streets will be addressed this year

US 80 TO BE RESURFACED IN MARSHALL

ATLANTA – A section of US 80 in Marshall will receive a new riding surface during this summer according to plans approved in March by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). “We will be resurfacing a 3.8-mile section of the highway making up Victory Drive between US 59 and Loop 390 East,” said Paul Wong,

South Marshall STEM Academy earns designation as Reward School

MARSHALL, Texas – South Marshall STEM Academy has been recognized as a Reward School by the Texas Education Agency in an announcement and special presentation during the March regular meeting of the Marshall ISD Board of Trustees. Carmen Delgado, Region 7 Education Service Center Coordinator, presented the award to South Marshall Principal Jerry Hancock and

Older Posts›› ‹‹Newer Posts