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City offers trash cans to offset new ordinance
Jacksonville residents not adhering to the new trash ordinance passed in February, may soon receive a notification from the city.
Brookshire Grocery Co. honors local growers with appreciation luncheon
A Tyler-based grocery chain Brookshire Grocery Co. today hosted its first ever Local Growers Appreciation Luncheon recognizing farmers who help supply produce to BGC stores throughout Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas.
Paper ballots still on tap for runoff
Although other Texas counties have suspended use of paper ballots for elections, Cherokee County will continue to use paper ballots, according to County Elections Administrator Shannon Cornelius.
Cherokee County arrest: March 25-31
The Daily Progress will publish a list of arrests from the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office on a weekly basis.
Beekeeping, poultry class slated
A beginner beekeeping and poultry class begins at 10 a.m. today at the Tractor Supply Co., 1626 S. Jackson St. in Jacksonville.
Casting a line for catfish
Cast a net over East Texas, and you'll discover numerous bass fishing tournaments held throughout the year.
Inspired by those events, one local businessman has launched a similar venture – featuring catfish.
Hearing set in claim by JP candidate
An April 11 court date has been set for a petition hearing filed by a local primary candidate in an upcoming Pct. 4 Justice of the Peace race.
However, one of the defendants in the lawsuit has requested a continuance.
Donations awarded from annual hay show and sale
The Agri-Business Committee of the Jacksonville Chamber recently donated funds from the 2013 Annual Hay Show & Sale.
2 life-flighted to hospital after wreck in Rusk
Two people were life-flighted to East Texas Medical Center in Tyler Monday night after a wreck on FM 347 in Rusk.
Thunder in the Pines raises money for child abuse victims
The 9th Annual Thunder in the Pines was a “huge success” this past weekend, according to local coordinators.
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