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Wood County Sheriff’s Report for May 10 – 16, 2017

Wood County Sheriff’s Report May 10, 2017 to May 16, 2017 May 10th  Deputies arrived at CR 2174 in Quitman at approximately 12:45 a.m. to serve...

BREAKING: Reports of a Ford Truck crashing into Hawkins ISD School Bus

Witnesses report that a Ford pick-up truck has crashed into the back of a Hawkins ISD school bus on HWY 80. Witnesses say that the...

UPSHUR OKAYS SOLICITING DONAIIONS FOR SHOOTING ALARM

BY PHILLIP WILLIAMS Correspondent GILMER--The Upshur County Commissioners Court on Monday authorized Etex Telephone to solicit private donations to help finance a system which could alert...

UPSHUR LIBRARY TEEN BOARD MEETS THURSDAY

GILMER--Upshur County residents from ages 12-18 are invited to attend a meeting of the Upshur County Library's Teen Advisory Board on Thursday. It is set...

Wood County Sheriff’s Report May 3 to May 9, 2017

  May 3rd At 5:51 p.m., cows were reported out on CR 1416. At 8:02 p.m., cows were reported out on CR 4549. At 8:29 pm., cows...

KC set to award 506 degrees, certificates at two commencements May 12

Kilgore College will hold two fall commencements Friday, May 12, at 2 and 6 p.m. in Dodson Auditorium on the Kilgore campus. Students Graduating from...

Report: Texas Tops Nation for Safe Drinking Water Violations

By Mark Richardson AUSTIN, Texas -- Water systems in Texas have the nation's worst record for violations of the Safe Drinking Water Act, a new...

Kiwanis News: Wood County ‘Kid Fish’ set for June 3

On Monday, April 24th, Sheriff Tom Castloo and Wood County Game Ward Kurt Kelley were our speakers. They were promoting the Wood County Youth Fishing...

Arrest made in Smith County on stolen vehicle

TYLER 05/10/2017- A Department of Public Safety Trooper stopped a 1995 Chevrolet pickup traveling east on I-20 near U.S.-271 for a traffic violation. During...

Teams Compete to Bring Solar Power to Low-Income Texas Communities

By Mark Richardson DALLAS - A national competition is underway to expand solar electricity access to low-income communities. Forty-eight teams from 23 states and Washington,...
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