DPS urges drivers to be extra cautious during holidays
The Texas Depart-ment of Public Safety (DPS) is encouraging Thanksgiving travelers to practice safe driving habits during the long holiday weekend to help keep Texas roadways safer for everyone.
UT Tyler implements ticketing during commencement
The University of Texas at Tyler has partnered with University Tickets to offer guest tickets for university commencement ceremonies, Sonja Morale, UT Tyler registrar, announced.
Parking problems? No problem! No PARKING!
Large amounts of high school students parking off campus. It's beginning to become a universal problem.
Officials give tips for a safer winter
Despite local flood warnings from the National Weather Service and chilly area temperatures, the roads in Jacksonville and Cherokee County remained relatively safe and wreck-free Monday.
Blair speaks about run for county judge
Distancing herself somewhat from her roots as a Texas secessionist, former Texas Senate candidate Tammy Blair announced Monday her campaign against incumbent Cherokee County Judge Chris Davis will consist of a strong push for open government and term limits.
Eat and be well
The holidays are a magical time of year for most all of us. We know that the sense of smell and taste are connected directly to our memory making process – which makes it hard for us to say no thank you to that extra slice of mom’s sweet potato pie.
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.
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