October 16, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Mayor: 'I want Troup to look great'

Mayor Bill Lacy is calling in the troops of Troup. Volunteers are needed to come and help do a bit of clean up along the roadways and other minor projects in preparation for the Oct. 25 Motor Trike rally. More...

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Community

KWB Yard of the Month —

Keep Whitehouse Beautiful awarded the Outstanding Yard for October to Morris and Rose Crymes for their beautiful yard at 19673 Willingham Road in Whitehouse. More...

Region 7 art event set at WHS

Serendipity in 7 for students is set for Saturday, Oct. 18, at Whitehouse High School. Workshops as well as question and answer sessions about the Visual Art Scholastic Event or VASE begin at 8:30 a.m. More...

Wildcat junior art adventure scheduled

Elementary students in the area are invited to join an art adventure at Whitehouse High School on Saturday, Oct. 18 from 5-8 p.m. A fun evening of creativity exploring various 2D and 3D art media is planned. More...

Inside

Living Out Loud

A Sunday spent at Jerry World

“Wake the neighbors! Get the word out! Come on, crank up the music, climb a mountain and shout! More...

Life Narrated

Come on October 25th!

In the late 1990s, I was part of an email group for young moms. I met a lot of sweet mama friends whose kids were near in age to my own daughter. Most of us were pregnant with baby number two or thinking about having another child when we met. More...

The Idle American

When complexity began

Pin-pointing when complexities took root in our country is tough duty. It depends greatly on one’s age, locale, circumstance, ad infinitum. Feel free to make your own list. More...

Sports

Tigers explode for first win of season

Like a cork from a newly opened bottle of champagne, Troup exploded for its first win of the season last week. The Tigers overwhelmed Frankston 64-34. More...

Ennis third top ranked team to beat Wildcats

Whitehouse is ready for a small break. The Wildcats played their third consecutive game against an opponent ranked among the top 11 schools in the state’s Associated Press Class-5A high school football poll. More...

Lady Tigers roll over Eustace, West Rusk

The Lady Tigers posted a win over Eustace earlier last week. Troup jumped out to a 25-15 win in the first game, but had to fight for a 25-23 win in the second game. More...

Troup Cash & Coffee today

Business leaders and citizens will gather Thursday, Oct. 16 at 5 p.m. in the Maximus building on Hwy 110 just north of Troup for the Troup Chamber of Commerce Cash and Coffee discussion of the month. More...

Big, beautiful, basic black

The City of Whitehouse Fire Department took delivery of their new shiny black Crimson engine this week. More...

FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS

Jim Sides: In civil service for 40 years

The face at the customer service counter in the Troup post office seems wise beyond his years. Jim Sides has been a part of the United States Post Service for 35 years. More...

News

Rotary honors Salvation Army —

Troup Rotary President Greg Fleck honored Jennifer Barnes, Channel Million and Aida Lacy for their work with the Salvation Army. More...

Leader Web site archives limited

Effective Oct. 15, access to the Tri County Leader on-line archives will be limited. “Since we created our first website, we’ve allowed unrestricted access to complete copies of our newspapers online,” said Publisher Bill Woodall. More...

Adoption -- share the love; Whitehouse FBC to host event

If your home and heart has some room to fill, consider adoption or being a part of the foster care system. This Sunday, Oct. More...

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BULLETIN BOARD

Community Activities Get up and move More...

Church News

Local Church Directory

Assembly of GodCornerstone Church ofthe Assemblies of God9107 Paluxy, Tyler903-561-2086First Assemblyof God Whitehouse502 HWY 110 S903-839-2356 More...