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December 3, 2021

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Marshall Police Chief graduates from Northwestern University Center for Public Safety

Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa has graduated from Northwestern University Center for Public Safety. The Marshall Police Department is pleased to announce the recent graduation of Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa from the School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) held at the prestigious Northwestern University. Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa has successfully completed the (22) week Staff and Command program

Marshall Education Foundation awards MISD teachers with $22,766.48 in classroom grants

MARSHALL, Texas – Marshall ISD teachers received over $22,000 in classroom grants from the Marshall Education Foundation during MISD’s annual Convocation Monday held at East Texas Baptist University. Twenty-one MISD teachers were awarded grants to be used for their classrooms, with the grand total of $22,766.48 handed out among those 21. The Marshall Education Foundation

MISD Officially Badges Joe Arledge As District Police Chief

MARSHALL – The Marshall ISD Board of Trustees officially welcomed the district’s new police chief during Monday’s regular August meeting, as Chief Joe Arledge received the chief’s badge during a ceremony and reception held in his honor. Board president Helen Warwick pinned the new badge on Arledge, who was hired in July as MISD’s police

Marshall Police Department and City of Marshall host City Hall in the Park/ Back to school cookout

The Marshall Police Department along with the City of Marshall is jointly hosting an event at the City Park located at 615 Valleloma St. Marshall, TX. The event is titled City Hall in the Park and Back to school cookout. The event will be held on August 17th 2016 from 6pm-8pm, weather permitting. If the event is rained

MISD Board President Reflects On NASB Advocacy Institute Experience

MARSHALL — Helen Warwick, MISD Board of Trustees President, recently returned from a summer trip to Washington, D.C. But this was no sightseeing vacation. As usual, Warwick was visiting the nation’s capital to discuss some of her favorite topics – Texas school board advocacy and, more importantly, the Marshall Independent School District. Warwick was selected

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

Twelve Way Foundation director says volunteers are welcome

By Becky Holland, pineywoodsnews@yahoo.com MARSHALL – The Twelve Way Foundation in Marshall has a simple but profound purpose. From the website, www.twelveway.org, the mission statement is as follows: “Twelve Way Foundation is a faith based, non-profit organization providing a residential, Christ centered recovery program and support services to men seeking recovery from addiction to alcohol

Marshall hosts All-America City Quilt

City of Marshall and Marshall All-America City team Invite community members to “Join Up in June” to show their civic pride and display the winning All-America City Award logo From Marshall All-America City Team (Christina Anderson) MARSHALL – At the unveiling of the National Civic League’s 2015 All-America City quilt at the Weisman Center in

Commissioner responds to ‘no-confidence’

Editorial Note– As mentioned in article submitted via the MPOA, an invitation was given to Commissioner Michael Mitchell via email by the Piney Woods News. He was given an opportunity to respond to the Marshall Police Officers’ Association’s ‘vote of no confidence’ passed June 7.  Mitchell submitted his response by email.   “From: Michael L

Late veteran’s ashes take motorcycle ride to Washington, D.C.

  Sister sees brother’s memory lives on By Becky Holland, editor@pineywoods.news MARSHALL – Joe McCoy, 64, was the quintessential brother. According to his sister, Melinda Gaulden of Marshall, he was the best brother. Which is a big part of the reason that Melinda has gone to great lengths to make sure her brother’s memory lives

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