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December 4, 2021

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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

Pineywoods News is alive and well and the future is bright!

For those of you who do not know me, my name is Tony Juays. Let me give you a brief history of the site, tell you a little about myself and give you my vision for the future of the site. Becky Holland and myself launched this site at the end of March 2016. Initially I was

Doc Halliday: Scopes Monkey Trial

If I was charged with a crime, I would hope that I would be able to get off, whether I was guilty or innocent, even if it were on a technicality.  Certainly a not guilty verdict would be the best outcome, but a technicality is better than being found guilty.  Or is it?  Sometimes people

Harrison County news site announces news changes

From Staff Reports, editor@pineywoods.news MARSHALL – A little more than a month after launching, the Piney News Woods – an online news service covering Marshall, Texas and communities – is moving forward in its efforts to give its readers quality reading in real time. Readership numbers are growing daily. After a test run in publishing

Editorial: Good news, bad news and where to go for it

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

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