July 2, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS

Trisha Dunnahoe: Always herself

Depending on what day of the week it is, you may find nine-year-old Trisha Dunnahoe at center field, or maybe in the kitchen baking cupcakes or she might be outside rolling around in the dirt with her dogs. More...

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Community

ET Scouts enjoy UT Tyler camp

UT Tyler’s campus was invaded by Bears and Wolves, Tigers and Webelos this past week for the annual Okee Tuklo Cub Scout Day Camp. More...

Miner graduates from UNT

Mallory Christine Miner graduated Magna Cum Laude on May 15- 16 from The University of North Texas. Miner received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance, a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, as well as completing a Minor in Education. More...

Meals on Wheels

Weekly Menu July 2-9

Please call the day before if you are going to eat the next day. Bobbie & AckerHanksSenior Center118 Railroad Ave.Whitehouse, Texas903-839-6958 Troup MunicipalLibrary102 S. GeorgiaTroup, Texas903-842-3101 More...

School News

Mr. (Jacob) Smith goes to Washington... again

Jacob Smith a 2015 Whitehouse High School graduate introduced First Lady Michelle Obama at an event this morning in Washington D.C. More...

Bulletin

BULLETIN BOARD

Community Activities TASCA hosts dance Ben Lowry and Texas Express will play for the country & western dance at TASCA on Saturday, July 4, 7- 9:30 p.m. Entry is $5. More...

Church News

Local Church Directory

Assembly of God Cornerstone Church of the Assemblies of God 9107 Paluxy, Tyler 903-561-2086 First Assembly of God Whitehouse 502 HWY 110 S903-839-2356 More...

New councilman takes oath in Troup

Nelson Darden Jr. was sworn in as a member of the Troup City Council on Tuesday, June 23 during the regular City Council meeting. Darden will complete the term of Council Place 2 which runs through May 2016. More...

KWB awarded top honor

Keep Whitehouse Beautiful was awarded the prestigious Governor’s Community Achievement Award for 2015 at the annual Keep Texas Beautiful Conference held the week of June 15 in Fort Worth. More...

News

Asthma Camp lets kids be kids

From the front porch of the dining hall at Camp Tyler, the lake is visible through the thick covering of pines and the squeals of happy children splashing in the water can be heard. That is a sound of summer. That is the sound of camp. More...

Inside

Living Out Loud

Sign, sign everywhere a sign

“Wake the neighbors! Get the word out! Come on, crank up the music, climb a mountain and shout! This is life we’ve been given, made to be lived out … so live out loud.” +++ More...

Life Narrated

Lake or pool?

When I was a little girl, I have many, many memories of days at the lake with my mom and sisters. There were watermelons and cokes and dirty beach towels. There were laughs and sunburned noses and concrete picnic tables. More...

The Idle American

The one, the only...Groucho!

YouTube preserves much--some of it worthwhile about what has been said. It proves yet again that when everything is said and done, usually more is said than done. More...

Sports

DCTF does not expect Tigers to advance

The Troup Tigers had high hopes for the 2014 football campaign. After all, quarterback Blake Lynch was an All- State prospect who was expected to help lead the Tigers deep into the State playoffs. More...

Back the Cats in fall sports program

Summer just started and fall is on the way and so is the fall sports season. More...

Ross, Fountain, Harris, Wilson named to TGCA All-Academic

Troup and Whitehouse athletes were named to the 2014-2015 Texas Girls Coaches Association Softball Academic All-State teams. Athletes must be a senior and must have a GPA of 94 or above to qualify. More...