March 22, 2007 RSS feed / Community

Arnett, Peterson exchange vows

Brandi Marie Arnett and Andrew Cody Peterson were married March 17 at First Baptist Church in Nacogdoches. Pastor Ray Baldwin officiated the doublering ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Tommy and Debbie Arnett of Whitehouse. More...

Williams, Stout to wed

The engagement of Shanna Stout and Lee Williams, both of Whitehouse, is announced. The wedding is scheduled for June 30 at Eagles Bluff in Bullard. More...

Giving Hope Ministries needs clothing donations

"Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples." - John 13:35 The Giving Hope Ministry of Whitehouse needs the help of the community with the gathering of certain clothing items. More...

Pancake supper tonight

The Troup Rotary Club's annual pancake supper is tonight from 5 to 7 p.m. Admission is $4 for adults, $2 per child or $10 for a family. The supper will be held in the fellowship hall of Troup's First United Methodist Church. More...

SPRING ART SHOW

Annual event scheduled March 29-31

As a special event of the Tyler Azalea Trail sponsored by the Tyler Chamber of Commerce, the 12th annual Spring Art Show will be presented by the Penny Nichols-Sanders School of Fine Arts. More...

Neal McCoy at Oil Palace tomorrow

Award-winning and multi-platinum country star Neal McCoy will perform at the Oil Palace on Friday, March 23 beginning at 9 p.m., following opening act Casey Rivers of Lindale. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. More...

Whitehouse resident Pat Smithdorff, sister of history teacher Liz Godwin, presented a talk on the differences in Africa's culture versus the United States to students at Jacksonville Christian School. More...

FOUR WINDS FAIRE

The Four Winds Faire continues this weekend with the theme of "Pirates & Buccaneers." Other upcoming themes include Masque Ball, Knights & Chivalry and Highland Clans/ Celtic Heritage Fest. More...

Women's Civic League plans egg hunt March 31

City Park will be a colorful bustle of youngsters and helpful adults when it welcomes the seventh annual Community Egg Hunt on March 31. The seventh annual event is hosted by the Whitehouse Women's Civic League. More...

AMERICAN LEGION BENEFIT

Mark and Sue Lawler of Whitehouse take part in the Tommy Guinn benefit in Troup Saturday. At left are Jim Chutsz, Patsy Carroll, Becky Mathis, Hank Hankins and Harvey Carroll (back). More...

Donors needed regularly to safeguard blood supplies

Stewart Regional Blood Center challenges East Texans to step outside their comfort zone by doing something courageous. More...

Whitehouse food pantry needs supplies, funds

Philadelphia Blessing food pantry needs the support of the community to continue serving those most in need. "We need help. We definitely need help," said Charles Blackmon, Philadelphia Blessing director. More...

Travis Tincher earns Eagle Scout honors

Travis Tincher of Whitehouse has earned the Boy Scout of America's highest rank of Eagle Scout and will be presented his award at a Court of Honor to be held 3 p.m. March 24 at Whitehouse United Methodist Church. More...

Hickmans return to WH, bring South Louisiana flavor to new restaurant

Serving everything from catfish to frog legs, the Bayou Grill brings the flavor of south Louisiana to Whitehouse. The new restaurant offers dine-in customers a rustic atmosphere with service to spare. More...

Free movies in park continues with 'Barnyard'

Tyler Parks and Recreation presents the second installment of Free Movies in the Park. The animated feature film "Barnyard" will continue the 2007 season in the Bergfeld Park amphitheater on Saturday, March 24. Showtime is at 7:30 p.m. More...

Girl Scouts recruit public to meet goal

There is still time to help out with the Girl Scout Cookie Project - Troop to Troop. More...

Tyler theater premieres suspenseful play

Shirley Jackson's eerie novel of psychological evil, "We Have Always Lived in the Castle," comes to life tonight at the Braithwaite Theatre in the Tyler Civic Theatre Center. More...