Brook Hill students donate 100,000 pennies to help Bullard Mission House and Clinic

Students from The Brook Hill School donated hundreds of pounds of money as part of their annual mission project. Judy Brown’s third-grade class made it their goal to help Bullard Mission House and Clinic as it reopens in its new location. The nonprofit helps Bullard area residents dealing with financial hardships with basic needs. The students…

Tyler Paper honored for community service and team effort at Texas APME convention

HOUSTON - The Tyler Morning Telegraph received three more awards on Sunday at the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors convention in Houston. Among the awards was a second place for community service to reporters Roy Maynard and Faith Harper for their work covering suspected open meetings violations and the eventual resignation of former Smith

Behind the Wheel: Elvis left the building, but not Gladewater Museum

GLADEWATER – Before the world deemed Elvis the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, he was a hunk of burning love in East Texas. He graced area stages in the early days of his career, but Gladewater claims bragging rights as the town that helped launch his career. In the Gladewater Museum, 116 W. Pacific, there’s an entire section devoted to the

Smith County could start taking Troup strays in new animal shelter

  Smith County could soon take over animal control duties for the city of Troup, if county commissioners sign on to an interlocal agreement on the matter on Tuesday. “We don’t have a place to take our dogs right now,” Troup City Manager Gene Cottle said. “We have an animal control officer, but we have no place for animals once we’ve

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