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Texas releasing school district performance grades Wednesday

The Texas Education Agency will release its first letter grade accountability ratings. Each district will get a rating of A, B, C, D or F.

FOX4NEWS.COM - 2018-08-15 13:37:00

McCoy’s names new Corsicana manager - HBS Dealer

Castillo joined McCoy’s 4 years ago as part of the pro dealer’s Management Development Program working at the San Marcos, Texas store and eventually becoming assistant manager. Most recently, he served as assistant manager of McCoy’s Manchaca location.

HBSDEALER.COM - 2018-08-15 14:26:06

Rice police arrest three in robbery, shooting

Daily Sun photo/Ron Farmer 45 Kwik Stop at 2502 SW Mckinney St. In RIce.Rice police officers arrested three men Monday who are suspected of shooting a store clerk in a robbery attempt Sunday night in Rice.According to a press release from the Rice Police Department, three male suspects robbed the 45

CORSICANA DAILY SUN - 2018-08-14 15:42:00

WATCH: The Witness Spotted This Strange Greenish-looking Humanoid Figure At The Side Of The Road

Date of the sighting 2018-08-01.Sighting spot, Corsicana, Texas, USA.The witness drove on the Corsicana motorway when he spotted this strange greenish-looking humanoid figure at the side of the road. he said. Witnessed "person" walking, dressed strangely. When I passed and looked at my mirror, it wa

DISCLOSE.TV - 2018-08-15 14:48:22

City council considers maintaining tax rate

The council decided to maintain the current tax rate of $0.6272, a rate which has stayed constant 15 years. The debt service rate will increase if adopted, but homeowners will not pay higher taxes due to a growing tax base.

CORSICANA DAILY SUN - 2018-08-15 20:08:00

Two arrested during drug raid

Two people on Monday were arrested during a drug raid, and another was charged for a pedestrian violation on Monday, according to a press release from the Henderson County Sheriff's Office.

ATHENS DAILY REVIEW - 2018-08-14 22:24:00

Singles mingle — Navarro County Christian Singles hosting events

Courtesy photoNavarro County Christian Singles is a non-denominational ministry for singles to gather and have fellowship over dinner, at worship, and various other activities.

CORSICANA DAILY SUN - 2018-08-14 17:00:00

Criminals use stolen van, crash pay day loan storefront in Corsicana

CORSICANA—A couple of hapless criminals made use of a stolen van in the wee hours of Wednesday morning and used it to run into the front of the Texas Car Title and Pay Day Loan Services building, according to the Corsicana Daily Sun. “We got a 911 call at 3:45 a.m. that a Dickey’s Barbecue van had j


Corsicana Fire Rescue and paramedics help 4-year-old celebrate birthday

The Corsicana Fire and Rescue and Paramedics team surprised 4-year-old Colt at his birthday party Aug. 5 and even enjoyed birthday cake. Together the spread the message of safety one visit at a time.


Back to School rally sees record turnout

Alvis Reeves of IMPACT Navarro College coalition and Elmeree Burrelll, NAACP Education Director, report the Aug. 11 Corsicana Back to School Rally was a huge success.

CORSICANA DAILY SUN - 2018-08-14 19:00:00

Workforce crisis hits Ennis, Waxahachie nursing homes

The 41 nursing homes in Waxahachie and Ennis and surrounding counties are struggling with a workforce crisis. Turnover for the nurses who care for our parents and grandparents needing long term care is more than 90 percent a year. For certified nurse assistants and licensed vocational nurses — the b

ENNIS DAILY NEWS - 2018-08-14 00:00:00

Minor family building a major legacy on and off the track

There are some great families across the world, the country and locally. One great family with local roots is the Minor Family. Many people know Deon Minor, a local track star, who had a stellar track career at Paris High School, Baylor University and beyond. For Minor, running track started at an e


Corsicana in the rear-view mirror: New book tells story of man who walked backward

One of the most notable legends is that of the rope-walker, a man who walked a tight rope over an intersection of downtown with a stove on his back. Unfortunately, the rope broke and the walker was crushed, dying shortly after. But, the rope-walker isn’t the only man who was trying to accomplish a u


Drawn to Corsicana: Young professionals plant roots in community

One young couple, however, is bucking that trend and have already found out Corsicana has a culture all its own.


Health Department submits July reports: Golden Chick shut down again for repairs

Anthony McGee, Navarro County Public Health District Registered Sanitorian shut down Golden Chick July 25 for a few hours after a leak caused water to drip into the three compact sink, making cleaning and cooking unsanitary at the time. A plumber came out and fixed the problem. An exterminator was a


Mail resumes in Palestine, East Texas

After a week-long hiatus from letters, bills, and junk-mail, Palestine residents can expect their return, as normal mail service resumed Monday.


2 arrested after several burglaries in Athens area

HENDERSON COUNTY — Stacey Floyd, 31 and Steven Floyd, 32, were arrested after several storage buildings were burglarized in the Athens area.


Downtown gas leak shuts down Ross Avenue; building evacuated

A section of Ross Avenue has been shut down and a building evacuated after a gas leak downtown Monday morning, officials said.A construction crew hit a 6-8 inch gas line in a parking lot at theintersection of Pearl and Flora Streets, according to Dallas-Fire Rescue spokesman Jason Evans. The gas lea


Kerens girls take second in Dawson Tournament to start season at 8-1

A new coach, a new system and a team full of kids who have a bond all their own after playing together for years are all part of breakout start by the LadyCats, who went 8-0 to begin their season.


City council meets Monday, holds budget workshop

• Receive public input regarding proposed amendment to Chapter 3, Building and Construction, Article 3.1100, Downtown Property Maintenance Code, Section 3.1106(H), Structure Maintenance Regulations; Exterior of the City Code of Ordinances concerning screening of windows and doors.