April 14, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

YesterYear Tea honors Bobbie,

Acker Hanks

The Whitehouse YesterYear organization will host a tea in honor of the 2005 Mr. and Mrs. YesterYear, Bobbie and Acker Hanks, this Sunday, April 17, from 2-4 p.m. at the Whitehouse United Methodist Church. More...

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Community

Beam retires after 20 years

Freda E. Beam, 75, of Whitehouse, recently retired from the Brookshire More...

Job market outlook good for Tyler area

Tyler area employers expect to hire at a brisk pace during the second quarter of 2005, according to the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey. More...

Heritage Land Bank sharing record profits

Heritage Land Bank, ACA, a rural mortgage and agricultural cooperative serving five North Texas counties in Central East Texas, ended the year 2004 with record net earnings of over $9. More...

Inside

Be careful before messing with checks and balances

House majority speaker Tom DeLay has little room to criticize the U. S. judiciary for interfering in things it shouldn More...

Newborn testing can prevent tragedies

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Is anyone you know or love expecting a baby? Make sure they have their newborn tested for the full panel of disorders recommended by the American College of Medical Genetics and the March of Dimes. More...

Sports

Lady Tigers stumble in game against Harmony

Troup rebounds in 13-1 defeat of Winona Lady Cats

The Troup Lady Tigers stormed back after a bad outing against Harmony on April 5 to record a 13-1 win over the Winona Lady Wildcats on Friday. More...

Wildcats drop two more to district foes

The Whitehouse Wildcat varsity baseball team all but eliminated themselves from playoff contention by dropping a pair of games on the road last week in district play. More...

One round of district tourney left

After two rounds of the District 17-4A Golf Tournament, the Whitehouse More...

Stadium work to cost $650,000

Bids for Wildcat Stadium renovation and expansion totaling $649,561 were submitted to and approved by the Whitehouse school board Monday night. Joe Denson is the district More...

After school, daycare programs okayed by TISD

A child care program for teachers More...

Gohmert named to environment taskforce

Texas District One Congressman Rep. Louie Gohmert has been appointed by House Resources Committee Chairman Richard W. Pombo to the Taskforce on Improving the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). More...

Whitehouse’s McAdams likes making people smile

Whitehouse resident Terry McAdams is a woman of many talents. She is a natural publicist, a talented photographer and, above all, a people person. Her talents have helped her operate very effectively in a wide variety of paid and volunteer positions. More...

News

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The senior prom is a special event in the lives of high school students all over the U.S. Most students start planning well in advance for their special night. More...

A matter of just inches

Eight inches was a big headache for a driver hauling drilling rig equipment for Pioneer Drilling last Thursday in Troup. That was the difference between safely passing under some electrical wires across the 300 block of N. More...

Obituaries

Brenda Pierce

Funeral services for Brenda Pierce, 52, of Whitehouse were held April 6 at Jimerson Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. Charles Dodson officiating. Interment followed at Mt. More...

Carl Edward Musick

Services for Carl Edward Musick, 71, of Whitehouse, were held April 7 at Memorial Funeral Home chapel in Tyler, with Pastors Bill Bivens, James Eitson and Walter Jones officiating. More...

Ryan Whitting

Services for Christopher Ryan Whitting, 23, of Poetry, formerly of Whitehouse, were held April 11 in the chapel of Burks-Walker-Tippit Funeral Home, with the Revs. More...

Social

Reel celebrates 103rd birthday

A centur y plus three was celebrated on Monday as Jewel Reel celebrated her 103rd birthday with family and friends at Oakbrook Health Care Center in Whitehouse. More...

Kiwanis take part in the Linus Project

The Whitehouse Kiwanis Club recently participated in Linus Project, a project of a non-profit organization by the same name. This organization makes hand-made blankets and quilts which are distributed to children of all ages in need. More...

Troup students compete in livestock show

Troup students attended 29th annual Smith County Junior Livestock Show. More...