November 16, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Parade schedules announced

The City of Troup will hold its annual Christmas parade on Thursday, Dec. 7 at 6 p.m. Chamber president Mike Cline said participants should report to the Brookshire's parking lot and be directed to their spot in line. Staging will begin at 5:30 p.m. More...

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Community

DANCE PREMIERE

photos/Suzanne Loudamy Dancing Dolls headlined Tuesday night's Fall Dance Premiere hosted by the First Ladies drill team of Whitehouse High School. More...

The Troup American Legion Post 418 hosted its annual Veterans Day dinner Saturday. Among More...

LOCAL MOVIE PREMIERE

The Kinney family of Whitehouse met film and television star More...

Bulletin

BULLETIN BOARD

November

Community Activities Salvation Army Christmas sale starts Friday More...

Sports

Wildcats drop first game

Set sights on bi-district title

"Bring on Mount Pleasant" was the cry of Wildcat fans after the team suffered its only district loss last week at Nacogdoches with a score of 21- 13. More...

JV ends year with loss to Nac

The Whitehouse JV ended their season last Thursday night suffering a 22-6 defeat at the hands of the Nacogdoches Dragons, to go 5-5 overall and 2-5 in district play. More...

Troup slips by Bulldogs, 15-7

After an awe-inspiring lightning display that caused a 45- minute storm delay, the Troup Tigers and the Garrison Bulldogs were able begin their mudfest. More...

Obituaries

Nell Nanse

TROUP - Graveside services for Nell "Granny" Nanse, 76, Troup, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday at Bullard Memorial Cemetery under direction of Boren-Conner Funeral Home, Bullard. More...

LaVerne Shuttlesworth

The celebration of LaVerne Shuttlesworth's life were held Tuesday, November 14, at the First Baptist Church, Troup, with the Reverends Coley Shuttlesworth and Lynn Ashcraft officiating. More...

Rudolph J. 'Rudy' Gaddis

TYLER - Graveside services for Rudolph J. More...

Trial starts for former police chief

Former Troup Police Chief Chester Kennedy faced Judge Cynthia Stevens Kent rather than a jury on Monday. Kennedy is charged with tampering with evidence and theft for allegedly taking evidence seized through the Troup Police Department. More...

Playoff fever strikes communities

It has been many years since Whitehouse and Troup could both boast of having plans beyond the regular season. More...

Bobbie Bowie makes a great first impression

The friendly voice on the phone and the smile behind the desk ... of course it's Ms. Bowie. Bobbie Bowie has been that friendly voice and that greeting smile at Whitehouse schools since 1966. More...

News

WHS grad chosen UT stand-out

Tepera Holman, 2003 WHS graduate, was tapped as Outstanding Student at the University of Texas at Austin. More...

Wades plan for annual decorations

Christmas lights and decorations make just about everyone smile, at least a little more. That is the goal of Norman and Vicky Wade at the Pecanwood Apartments in Whitehouse. More...

International flavor in East Texas

Who would have thought to come to Whitehouse, Troup, West Rusk or Arp to gain culture? These students did. More...

School News

A family affair ...

Preschool program for children with disabilities welcomes parents to annual Thanksgiving feast

The Whitehouse Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities got a jump on the holidays, hosting a Thanksgiving feast for students and their families on Tuesday, Nov. 14. More...

STUDENTS OF THE WEEK

Whitehouse Junior High students of the week for Nov. 13-17 are Erica Jordan, seventh grade, and Kaleb Bass, eighth grade. More...

Troup Christmas play features high school, elementary cast

special. The Herdmans are the worst kids in the history of the world. They More...