- In The News
Western athletes compete at 1836 Chuckwagon Races
The sharp crack of a gunshot slices the air, startling two mules and a mounted horse to take off in a dead run. Deterring the mules ever so slightly is a 300 lb. wagon, in which two passengers hang on for dear life and hope to be the fastest across 600 feet of pasture.Continued ...
- PISD joins national “innovation collaboration” project
- Anderson County Sheriff acquires armored vehicle
- Western athletes compete at 1836 Chuckwagon Races
- Local News
City of Palestine to host Spring Cleanup Day March 15
The City of Palestine once again will offer residents a chance to clear out their closets and yards at no charge through the 2014 City of Palestine Spring Cleanup Day, set for Saturday, March 15.Continued ...
- Our Town: Palestine Library Friends hosting spring book sale Saturday
- East/Central Texas United Way names new executive director, partner agencies
- Elkhart man arrested for DWI, drugs
- City of Palestine to host Spring Cleanup Day March 15
- Local Sports
H.S. Basketball: Grapeland falls short against Muenster in the State Semifinals
A last second three-pointer from Grapeland’s Patrick Walker put the Sandies one point short of the Muenster Hornets.Continued ...
- H.S. Soccer: Palestine coach John Absalom honored for winning his 400th career game, boys and girls split their matches
- H.S. Basketball: Grapeland is set to face off with Muenster on Thursday morning
- H.S. Basketball: Grapeland falls short against Muenster in the State Semifinals