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September 20, 2017

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Souza wins Red River Athletic Conference Setter of the Week

After an impressive debut, Alexia Souza wins Red River Athletic Conference Setter of the Week Monday for September 11-17. Souza made her debut Friday against the University of the Southwest. She came off the bench and recorded 37 assists – an average of 9.25 per set – to help the Lady Wildcats to a four-set

Haunted Library is Coming!

Longview Public Library will be closed to normal operations on Friday, October 20th and Saturday, October 21st, and will only be open for the Haunted Library from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM each night. Due to the cost of materials and the size to which Haunted Library has grown, the Friends of the Longview Public Library

ATM Theft Fail, again…

The Marshall Police Department is investigating an attempted theft of an ATM that caused extensive damage to a local business. On Tuesday, July 18 at approximately 5:42 a.m. two individuals drove up to the EZ Mart in the 2500 block of W. Pinecrest Drive and attempted to steal the ATM from the business. Surveillance video

US 59 CLOSED IN JEFFERSON AFTER TRAINS COLLIDE

Derailment knocks out column supporting bridge July 7, 2017 US 59 has been closed in Jefferson following the collision of two trains near the railroad overpass. The collision cause some of the rail cars to derail and knocked out one of the support columns on the west side of the overpass. The collision occurred around 10:50

MPD Adopts Community Policing K9

The Marshall Police Department has added a new K9 to its family. The puppy, which has not been named yet, is a 3-4-month-old, female mix-breed adopted from the Marshall Animal Shelter. This dog will serve in our community relations department as a community policing K9 and will attend all of the public events. Marshall Police

The Marshall Police Department is creating a Ministry Advisory Committee (MAC) as part of its “No Colors, No Labels” initiative

The Marshall Police Department is creating a Ministry Advisory Committee (MAC) as part of its “No Colors, No Labels” initiative. MAC will be comprised of representatives from each faith-based organization within the City of Marshall. Faith-based organizations are encouraged to nominate several members of its congregation to be on the committee. The goal of the

Pack 550 to hold garage sale

From Staff Reports Marshall’s Cub Scout Pack 550 will be having a fundraising garage sale during second Saturday events this weekend in Marshall.  The sale will be located at Trinity Episcopal’s Pre-School parking lot at 106 N. Grove St. in Marshall. Doors will open at 7:30 a.m. Funds will go towards fall scouting events, awards

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