By order of Van Zandt County Judge Don Kirkpatrick, the VZC outdoor burn ban implemented by the VZC Commissioners Court Oct. 2 has been lifted, effective immediately. Kirkpatrick made the
One of the major tragedies in the State of Texas was remembered Oct. 9 during the regular weekly luncheon of the Canton Lions Club as New London School Explosion Museum
‘The Locker Room Show’ on Mineola radio station KMOO (99.9 FM) will be broadcasting live from the Dairy Queen on State Highway 80 in Wills Point from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday,
The fundamentals of our current economy are strong and stable enough to withstand a fight with our adversaries and emerge from the fight even stronger. As a result of deregulation,
See something, say something Dear Editor, For some time now, we have heard about ‘see something, say something.’ Have you ever wondered why it doesn’t work? No one listens. On
“ I have magistrated 39 cases, one inquest, one AB warrant, heard three appeals, five debt claims and served one eviction. My chief court clerk has entered 91 citations, with
Being a classroom teacher is the best and the worst of education simultaneously. Most students are fun, delightful and joyful to have in class. Then there are those children who
Betty Jane Polege Hubbell, 89, was born in Dunkerton, Iowa, to Ed and Lillian Polege on July 23, 1930, and joined her parents, sister, and husband, Robert Hubbell, children, Randy
Services for Patricia Jean Thompson, 76, of Ben Wheeler were held Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019, at Eubank Funeral Home in Canton with Bro. Steve Glosup officiating. She was born Aug.
Funeral services for Richard “Richie” Garrsion Oats, 40, were held Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, at the First Baptist Church, 125 E. James Street, Wills Point. He suddenly passed away Oct.
Funeral services for Glenda “Sue” Eaton Mason, 71, of Edgewood, were held Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019, at Hiett’s LyBrand Funeral Home in Edgewood. Burial followed at Small Cemetery. She was