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VEHICLE WINDOWS SMASHED AND VALUABLES STOLEN IN BIG SANDY AND GILMER

Saturday morning, Sgt. Ryan Kuhn with the Big Sandy Police Department alerted The Journal there had been at least two vehicle burglaries – one...

Alba/Golden School Bus Collides in Accident

Between 11:30-11:45 Thursday morning, Big Sandy Police Department and Big Sandy Fire/Rescue received a call that a school bus and car had collided on...

Big Sandy First Methodist Church Shows Patriotic Spirit

A stiff breeze brought the flags at Big Sandy's First Methodist Church to attention at just the perfect moment. Rotary Club sponsored American flags...

VEHICLE OVERTURNS ON FM 1002

Shortly before noon Thursday, authorities responded to a report of a one vehicle rollover on FM 1002 between Bamboo Road and Red Maple Road....

Big Sandy Resident Found Dead on North Tyler Street

At approximately 5:55 Wednesday afternoon, Big Sandy Police and local ambulance service responded to a call from a residence in the 200 block of...

Big Sandy ISD – Students of the Month

Big Sandy Rotary Club recognized four outstanding young ladies as their Students of the Month. Pictured left to right are fourth grader Cayla Case,...

Big Sandy Pre-K and Kindergarten Kids Meet Their “Community Helpers”

Did you know people from the Big Sandy Police and Pleasant Grove Fire Department were at Big Sandy Elementary School Friday morning? That’s right;...

Big Sandy Elementary Goes ‘RED’ To Support Van ISD

The color RED is used to support many causes like heart funds, anti-drug campaigns, Valentine’s Day and more, but Wednesday morning the halls of...

PLAQUE HONORS BIG SANDY’S EXCELSIOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Rev. Forrest Curry (1970 BSHS graduate) said an idea came to him one night and that idea was to honor Excelsior Elementary School. He...

BIG SANDY MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE AND 2015 NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER

People from different churches coming together to worship isn’t anything unusual in Big Sandy, so it was no surprise when twenty-six people, representing eight...
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