By Becky Holland, email@example.com MARSHALL – Legendary Basketball Coach John Wooden once said, “Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.” That was something that Marshall native and one of the owners of Neely’s on Grand
By Jonathan McCarty, Contributor firstname.lastname@example.org MARSHALL – As a child, I had a number of influences on my life. Older people who had been around before me. They had, of course, seen and done things that I might never consider. One such person was Mr. Adolph Firchau, who was my neighbor for twenty years. Mr.
In this journey we call life, many situations are like a ‘double-edged sword.’ There always seems to be a negative and positive. So, there is always bad news and good news. In reading the headlines of most newspapers and watching the television news’ programs, it does appear though that bad news seems to rate higher
From Staff Reports, email@example.com MARSHALL – Close to his second-year anniversary since becoming the chief of police for the City of Marshall Police Department, Jesus “Eddie” Campa is scheduled to share with commissioners at a special-called meeting at 6 p.m., Tuesday, May 3, how MPD has been able to establish better relationships within the community.
From Staff Reports, firstname.lastname@example.org MARSHALL – The Bowie Street 12 – the abandoned puppies that were thrown outside a car window late Monday night during the rain storm in the 1600 block of East Bowie Street – are doing well. The puppies – believed to have been just a few hours old and possible Pitbulls
From Staff Reports, email@example.com MARSHALL – When asked who his political influences were, Jonathan McCarty, 33, candidate for the District 7 Marshall City Commissioner seat, said, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. Why did he choose each? “ … Thomas Jefferson, for his vision of
From Staff Reports firstname.lastname@example.org MARSHALL -Officers with the Marshall Police Department responded to an unusual rescue call during Monday night’s rains. They had received a call in the 1600 block of East Bowie Street of puppies being thrown out a car window into a very wet, flooded ditch. According to the report, residents at a
By Becky Holland email@example.com MARSHALL – Signs are all over the city, specifically in district seven which is on the east side of the rural community, asking voters to elect Doug Lewis. Lewis, 33, is married and a father of one child. He is vice-president at Lewis Engineering – a business that has been in
Waskom, Marshall, Hallsville and Longview part of big yard sale route. By Becky Holland, firstname.lastname@example.org EAST TEXAS – Excitement is building in the air as citizens across U.S. 80 are preparing for the biggest yard sale to hit five states – since October. April 15-17 is the Spring event for the Historic US 80 Hi-Way
MARSHALL – When Stan Spence, 63, walks into a room, there is an aura of familiarity and of security that seems to follow him. It could because the married father of two and grandfather of four served for more than 39 years as an officer with the Marshall Police Department – and for 12 of