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Investigation into building fire continues
As of noon Saturday, Texas Department of Criminal Justice K-9 search and rescue units were assisting the Palestine Fire Department and other officials search for possible human remains among the ruins of the historic three-story building which was destroyed by a massive structure fire that started shortly after midnight Saturday.
Historic downtown Palestine building destroyed in blaze
Palestine firefighters worked throughout the night to extinguish a massive fire that consumed a historic three-story building in downtown Palestine early Saturday morning.
County officials release name, cause of death of inmate
Anderson County law enforcement officials have released the name and preliminary autopsy results of an inmate who died after being found unresponsive in his cell on Thursday.
Anderson County officials investigating death of inmate
Anderson County law enforcement officials and Texas Rangers are investigating the death of an inmate found unresponsive at the Anderson County Jail Thursday afternoon.
Unidentified body found under Neches River bridge
The body of an unidentified man was discovered Tuesday under a local highway bridge.
Hispanic Heritage Month celebration today at PHS
The Palestine High School Spanish Club will host a community-wide National Hispanic Heritage Month celebration today featuring live music, performances, Mexican food, games and more.
The event will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. today (Monday, Sept. 16) at the Palestine High School cafeteria.
Jackson, Wilburn lead Cayuga to 62-18 victory over Mt. Enterprise
Cayuga’s Keshawn Jackson and Cota Wilburn helped lead the Wildcats to its second win of the season Friday, scoring seven of the team’s nine touchdowns in a 62-18 win against Mt. Enterprise.
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Palestine Herald-Press to host Customer Appreciation Day this Friday!
The Palestine Herald-Press would like to invite its customers to stop by for Customer Appreciation Day on Friday, Sept. 6.
Anderson County burn ban lifted
Just five days after approving a burn ban order, Anderson County Judge Robert Johnston lifted the ban on outdoor burning in unincorporated areas on Wednesday morning.
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