JFK legacy still lives on
In the blink of an eye, an assassin's bullet marked the end of an era for millions of Americans, who saw their leader shot down in the streets of Dallas.
Argument at party leads to burglary, assault
Two men were taken to the hospital and two others arrested early Thursday after an argument at a party led to an ambush and baseball bat assault at a central Jacksonville apartment complex.
Six file for primary election
Six candidates — including a member of a secessionist group with roots in the Republic of Texas separatist movement of the 1990s — recently filed to run as Republicans in the March 4 primary election.
Retired educator collects self-published book of JFK memories
Kathy Kilmer Moak likes to think of herself more as an agent of history, rather than literature.
JDP welcomes new editor
The Jacksonville Daily Progress welcomed a familiar face this week.
'Tis the season to be careful
Area authorities are urging shoppers to have a vigilant, safe and crime-free Christmas shopping season.
Support center for mentally impaired plans November fundraiser to replace lost food
A malfunctioning refrigerator that led to the loss of $700 worth of meats and perishable goods has prompted a local nonprofit support organization for the mentally impaired to hold a fundraiser.
Rep. Clardy tapped 'Legislator of the Year'
State Rep. Travis Clardy, R-Nacogdoches, was named "Legislator Of The Year" this week by The Texas Civil Justice League, described as the nation’s oldest and largest state legal reform organization.
Welcome home, soldier
After 26 years, Jacksonville resident Rodney Kelley will officially hang up his gear at the end of the year as a naval reservist.
JC offers Winter Term this December
Jacksonville College has launched a new initiative designed to help students get ahead in course work over the winter break: The Winter Term program.
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