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June 16, 2019


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

City departments call strategic plan a playbook

From Staff Reports editor@pineywoods.news   MARSHALL – City, county, schools, universities and big corporations, at the beginning of the year or a term, put together what most call a strategic plan. Many citizens don’t understand what one is. Strategic planning has been a trending phrase for years now. The question was posed to the Piney

MISD Kindergarten Roundup set for May 25 

From David Weaver, Public Relations/Communications Officer Marshall ISD MARSHALL – Marshall ISD will host its 2016 Kindergarten Roundup on Wednesday, May 25, from 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. at the district’s Administration Building at 1305 E. Pinecrest. The roundup provides parents the opportunity to register their children for kindergarten for the 2016-2017 school year. Parents

ETBU adopts unique approach in campus carry policy

From East Texas Baptist University, Mike Midkiff, Director of Public Relations MARSHALL– According to ETBU President Dr. J. Blair Blackburn, East Texas Baptist University has adopted its Campus Carry Policy in response to Senate Bill 11. ETBU has adopted a unique position among Texas private colleges on Campus Carry in response to the potential threat

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