The Marshall Police Department is asking for the public’s help with locating a man who is considered armed and dangerous. Quantravious Markez Miles, 19, is wanted for one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, two counts of forgery (both third degree felonies) and one count of misdemeanor theft. The aggravated assault charge stems
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
“Washington bureaucrats in cubicles should not be deciding the fate of our waterways, nor should they be allowed to completely and arbitrarily control the economic fate of landowners even to the point of ending their ability to make a living. Unelected bureaucrats have, for years, been enviously dreaming of the day they could control American
MARSHALL, Texas – Marshall ISD has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreement with Pine Tree ISD regarding an exchange of services in the respective districts’ Special Education departments for the upcoming school year. The MISD Board of Trustees approved the MOU as presented by Jessica Bayless, MISD Director of Special Education, during the
A Notice of a Regular Meeting of the MISD Board of Trustees to be held on Monday, June 19, 2017 @ 5:30 PM is now available on the District’s web site. The Notice and Agenda can be found by going to the District’s Website (www.marshallisd.com) and clicking District > Board of Trustees > Meeting Agendas > Monday, June 19, 2017 at 5:30 PM. It is of course always physically posted
Today, President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the Paris Climate Accord, clearly demonstrating his commitment to putting America first and prioritizing jobs for middle-class Americans. President Trump is right to withdraw. The Paris Climate Accord is a bad, unfair deal for the American people and would put us at a severe economic disadvantage.
As of 4 pm today, SWEPCO has restored power to approximately 74,000 customers, down from a peak of 103,000 customers after Sunday’s storm. Approximately 29,000 customers remain without power. Sunday night’s storm packed winds of up to 60 miles per hour and downed power lines and trees across SWEPCO’s East Texas and Louisiana service territory.
GULF SHORES, Alabama – The No. 6 Wiley College women’s track and field team gains two more finalist as Renae Dennie advanced in the 100-meter hurdles and Natasha Poleon reached the 400-meter dash finals. Dennie ran 14.13 in the 100-meter hurdles – which was the top time in her heat. Poleon – who qualified for
GULF SHORES, Alabama – The No. 3 Wiley College men’s track and field team will have several athletes contending for NAIA titles – as seven advance to event finals. Marbeq Edgar – the defending NAIA 800-meter run champion won his heat with a time of 1:50.98. Shevan Parks also qualified for the final with his