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October 19, 2021

Archives for July 2016

“Mystery Monday”-Unsolved Murder of Dan Tatum

Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa and the Marshall Police Department are seeking the community’s assistance to help solve one of Marshall’s cold cases. MPD is seeking any information related to the murder of Dan Tatum, which occurred in March 2010. On March 17, 2010, at approximately 6:38 a.m., Officers responded to the 1900 block of Tolivar


Last night, Donald J. Trump spoke at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. During his speech, Mr. Trump took strong positions on how he will Make America Safe Again, Make America Work Again, Make America First Again, and Make America One Again. His full speech along with references for his stats can be found below:

“Fugitive Friday”-Gricelda Hernandez

Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa and the Marshall Police Department are seeking the community’s assistance to locate one of our agency’s most wanted fugitives. MPD is seeking any information related to Gricelda Hernandez and her current location. Meredith is wanted by the Marshall Police Department for an outstanding felony warrant for Possession of a controlled substance. Hernandez is described


AUSTIN — A milling and repaving project on US 59 will be conducted at night over the next two weeks to improve pavement condition on US 59 from Farm-to-Market Road 31 to Poplar Street in Marshall. The roadwork is being scheduled at night to reduce the amount of impact on traffic. The project is scheduled

MISD, ETBU Announce Masters Program Partnership For District Employees

MARSHALL – Marshall ISD and East Texas Baptist University have entered into a partnership agreement which will provide a Professional Development Scholarship Program for qualified, eligible and approved MISD employees. During a press conference held Thursday on campus at ETBU, Dr. Jerry Gibson, MISD Superintendent, and Dr. J. Blair Blackburn, President of ETBU, presented an

Whole Foods Market Shreveport hires community liaison

Whole Foods Market has hired its first team member in Shreveport and she is Kristy Lynn of Shreveport. As community liaison, she will develop community connections and partnerships leading up to the store opening this fall.     Lynn has strong ties to the Shreveport community, working with local organizations and nonprofits, including the Ross Lynn

MPD and M.A.V. join forces for community meeting

The Marshall Police Department as part of the MPD’s No Colors No Labels Initiative and M.A.V. (Marshall Against Violence) are joining forces to host a community event. The event will be held on Wednesday July 27th 2016 at 6pm in the Peoples Legacy Annex building located at 500 Park School St. Marshall, TX. With the recent events in

MJHS Student Council Members Attend Workshop

SHERMAN — Four Marshall Junior High School Student Council members recently attended the Texas Association of Student Councils (TASC) Summer Leadership Workshop held at Austin College in Sherman. The workshop, held on June 26-30, allowed Marshall students the opportunity to meet other school student councils from across Texas and learn procedures for conducting meetings. The

Online Registration Available For Returning MHS Students

MARSHALL – Marshall ISD is offering online registration for returning Marshall High School students for the upcoming school year. Parents of Marshall High School students who do not currently have a Family Access account through the district’s Family Access student data system may download a user request form from the district’s website atwww.marshallisd.com, under the

Instructional Coaching Model Continues Growth Entering Year Two In MISD

MARSHALL – It can be difficult to imagine that being surrounded for at least eight hours a day by busy, bustling children can create a feeling of isolation. But, such is the life of the typical teacher, and it is a factor in education today that Marshall ISD’s Department of Leadership and Learning is tackling

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