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February 18, 2020

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TxDOT Approves Millions for Safer Access to Schools, Communities

Projects include sidewalks, bike lanes and safety improvements. New funding will help pedestrians and bicyclists get better and safer access to schools, public transit and communities across the state. The Texas Transportation Commission approved $24 million in January for 30 projects across the state that will build sidewalks, shared use paths, bike lanes and other

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Matt Gregory assumes role as new MHS Principal

Matt Gregory, former principal at Center High School, has officially begun duties as the new principal at Marshall High School. Gregory takes over for Mrs. Tina Brown, who is moving over to central administration to assume the role of MISD Director of Professional Development. Gregory, who has worked in public education as a teacher/coach/administrator since

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East Texas 100 Club Ribbon Cutting in Marshall, Texas

On Friday, January 17th, 2020, from 10 am until 11 am, the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce will be holding a ribbon-cutting event for its newest member, the East Texas 100 Club, along the north side of the Historic Harrison County Courthouse in Marshall, TX (at Houston and N Washington).  Local East Texas 100 Club board members will be

CITY OF MARSHALL BOIL WATER NOTICE

On Wednesday, December 18, 2019, City of Marshall Public Works crews responded to a 12-inch main water line break on East Travis Street just south of Alamo Blvd. in Marshall, Texas. “In the cold weather of recent days, it is not uncommon for aging pipes to break with a shift in the soil. As this

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MISD Campuses Meet TEA Standard, District Receives “C” Rating

For the first time in 11 years, no Marshall ISD campus is rated as academically unacceptable or improvement required with data released this week by the Texas Education Agency.Overall, the district has received a “C” grade in the state’s new grade accountability system, and all campuses in MISD have been rated as “Met Standard,” which

TxDOT offers tips to help keep schoolchildren safe

As millions of Texas children return to school this month, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) reminds motorists and parents to take precautions to prevent traffic crashes and injuries in and around school buses. Last year, there were 765 traffic crashes in Texas school zones, resulting in 1 death and 15 serious injuries. The most common

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