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East Texas Drilling Report for Nov. 26

DEVELOPMENTAL (County; Operator; Lease/Well; Field; Survey; Type; Depth; Location) Anderson; McGowan Working Partners Inc.; N.N. Wills 'A' 14; Cayuga (Woodbine); Edmondson, S/260; Injection; 4,500; 1.5 Miles NW Cayuga Angelina; BP America Production Co.; Rockies Gas Unit 1H; Carthage (Haynesville

TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH - 2017-11-24 21:11:00

Death and Funeral Notices for Nov. 25

DONALD V. BUCHHOLZ, 79, Flint, died Nov. 19. Hilliard Funeral Home, Tyler. MICHAEL EMERSON BYARS, 62, Flint, died Nov. 19. Community Funeral Home of Tyler. LORRAINE THERESA DOW, 89, Tyler, died Nov. 22. Lloyd James Funeral Home, Tyler. ROBERT "BOBBY" EDWARD HATTON JR., 54, Quitman, died Nov. 22.

TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH - 2017-11-25 03:28:00

Harrison County's Empty Stocking shopping list now online

With the annual wish list of children added online at the Henry F. Selcer Memorial Empty Stocking Fund website, Executive Director Lea McGee, said the season of giving has truly begun. "My goal is to build memories for the families," McGee said of the fund's efforts to assist about 300 children per

MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER - 2017-11-24 12:00:00

Trinity feeds folks for Thanksgiving with help of community

It took more than a month's preparation, hundreds of community volunteers and hours of cooking but more than 1,200 Marshall residents enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving Day meal on Thursday, thanks to several area churches, businesses and volunteers coming together during Trinity Episcopal Church in

MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER - 2017-11-24 12:00:00

ETBU signs an articulation agreement with Panola College

East Texas Baptist University's partnership with Panola College marks the university's sixth articulation agreement with institutions and organizations in the region. The articulation agreement, signed Nov. 14 by ETBU President J. Blair Blackburn and Panola College President Gregory Powell, offers s


ETBU Theatre performs 'The Voice of the Prairie'

East Texas Baptist University's Theatre Department continued their season recently with the production of John Olive's "The Voice of the Prairie." Directed by ETBU senior Theatre Arts Education major Natalie Oates, the one-act play is a part of the department's Discovery Series curriculum. "In th

MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER - 2017-11-24 12:00:00

Wonderland of Lights celebrates 31 years

The 31st annual Wonderland of Lights has a slew of events on tap that are certain to get East Texans in the holiday spirit this season. Wonderland of Lights opened Nov. 22 and continues Tuesdays-Sundays through Dec. 31 in downtown Marshall. "There is truly no other event like this that I have ever h

LONGVIEW NEWS-JOURNAL - 2017-11-23 19:00:00

Hague: Enjoy the traditions of Thanksgiving

What's not to like about Thanksgiving? Who could possibly not like turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, apple pie and all the other wonderfulness of this great holiday? The holiday is full of wonderful, delicious traditions that create long-lasting memories. I would love to go back in time to enjoy the fe

MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Randolph Student Wins State Welding Contest Honors

Noah Persson of Randolph is pictured receiving his first-place certificate and scholarship certificate from Megan Lamb, state FFA vice president and a representative for Morrisville State College. RANDOLPH - Noah Persson of Randolph has received top honors as an individual winner in the 2017 New Yo

POST-JOURNAL - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Unsolved Homicide Highlights Lack Of Cooperation

For a year, Jamestown police have been investigating the death of a 26-year-old Buffalo man killed when a hail of gunfire erupted in the early hours of Thanksgiving last year. The shooting death of Allan B. Burnett outside a residence on the 100 block of South Main Street was the second homicide wi

POST-JOURNAL - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

This Day in Bills History, Nov. 24: A tragic day off

Nov. 24, 1963 - Plenty of Americans remember what they were doing on Nov. 22, 1963, the day President Kennedy was assassinated. It led to an odd situation two days later. In fact, a game that was never played turned out to be memorable. The American Football League postponed its week's games, so the

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-24 12:00:04

15 year old wins Cold Turkey Run

Drew Braden, Cattaraugus, took first place in this year's Cold Turkey Run held in Fredonia. The 15-year-old Braden ran the 4.5 mile race at a clip of 6:22 per mile, and finished in the top spot wit a time of 28.41. Following Braden in the top 10 were: Eric Hohenstein (Fredonia, 28:51), Alan Braden

OBSERVER TODAY - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Warrior Vision continues 25-year tradition of hands-on TV experience

SALAMANCA - Swapping textbooks for state-of-the-art television equipment, students enter the studio and head to their stations while the director prepares for Thursday afternoon's taping session. After a few minutes of focusing cameras and getting into place, the lights dim. "Rolling tape, three-two

SALAMANCA PRESS - 2017-11-24 13:00:00

Library Board To Discuss Poor Outcome Of Most Recent Art Auction

Giovanni Boldini's "In The Garden," the painting on the right on the bottom row, sold at auction for $399,000 Tuesday. Anton Mauve's "Carting The Log," middle top row, also sold during Tuesday's auction for $40,000. P-J photo by Gavin Paterniti The third auction held to sell nine pieces from the Jam

POST-JOURNAL - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Latimer, Nyquist and Lobdell named volleyball all-stars

Warren's Lydia Latimer (left) earned first-team all-region honors, while teammate Lex Nyquist (5) was named to the second-team. Warren volleyball had a tremendous season, capped by a trip to the District 10 final against General McLane. The Lady Dragons were rewarded on Thursday, with Lydia Latime

WARREN TIMES-OBSERVER - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

State Police: Salamanca traffic stop results in recovery of drugs

A traffic stop on Wednesday by state troopers in the City of Salamanca led to an arrest for the possession of drugs, drug paraphernalia and a weapon, according to State Police on Friday. State Police troopers arrested Lindsey Little, the driver of the vehicle, after she allegedly refused to follow c

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-25 01:34:18

Slabtown fire reported in county

The Licking Fire Department was called to Highway AF before the Slabtown Bridge, where a fire was reported traveling up a hill near a tree line. Roby was placed on standby. The U.S Forest Service was reported to have a duster and engine en route. The Licking Fire Department was called to Highway AF

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2017-11-24 15:34:00

Haas, Lady Wildcats outlast Calvary Lutheran

JEFFERSON CITY - New Bloomfield junior center Samantha Haas was dominant early and poised late as she led the Lady Wildcats to their first win of the season, 50-45 over the Calvary Lutheran Lady Lions on Tuesday night. New Bloomfield evened its season record at 1-1 after falling to Plato 55-33 last


Libby man sentenced for two felonies, one misdemeanor

Robert Gene Clift sentencing, Monday, Nov. 13, 2017. (Paul Sievers/The Western News) Robert Gene Clift of Libby was sentenced Monday, Nov. 13, in Lincoln County 19th Judicial District Court by Judge Matt Cuffe. Clift was found guilty of aggravated assault, a felony, unlawful restraint, a misdemeanor

THE WESTERN NEWS - 2017-11-24 16:38:00

Thank you for supporting Habitat for Humanity

Kootenai Valley Partners Habitat for Humanity would like to thank The Western News for your coverage of the fundraiser we just had at Rosauers. Folks came to the store knowing what was going on. And, as usual, the people of Libby were exceedingly generous! With donations from $1 to $100, we raised

THE WESTERN NEWS - 2017-11-24 16:38:00