- Breaking News
Sheriff: Elkhart fire victims have passed away
UPDATE: At 5 p.m. today, Sheriff Greg Taylor has told the Herald-Press that he received word from the medical examiner that the victims rescued from a fire in Elkhart have passed away.
- Adrian Peterson Day Parade
Antioch Church Faith Celebration to include concert Saturday, other events
The Antioch Church has announced the plans and schedule for its upcoming Faith Celebration, including a concert Saturday, June 1 and week of “main events.”
Anderson County woman jailed on aggravated sexual assault of child
An Anderson County woman remained in jail Friday after being arrested for aggravated sexual assault of a child.
Neches ISD track coach charged with improper relationship with student
A Neches Independent School District track coach turned herself in to the Anderson County Jail on Thursday for having an improper relationship with a student at the high school.
West Nile case confirmed in Anderson County
The Texas Department of State Health Services confirmed the state’s first case of West Nile illness of the season — occurring in Anderson County — on Friday, and is urging residents to take precautions to reduce the risk of contracting the mosquito-borne illness.
Boil water notice issued for Elkhart residents
A boil water notice has been issued for City of Elkhart residents. It reads as follows:
Due to a water main line break, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has required our water system, City of Elkhart PWS id 0010005, to notify customers of the need to boil their water prior to consumption.
- Palestine, Elkhart city and school board election results
Thomas on top in close Palestine mayor's race
The race for the City of Palestine Mayor came down to the wire Saturday with only 39 votes separating the mayoral candidates.
District 5 council member Therrell Thomas and local businessman Timothy Triplett were vying for the city’s top spot as mayor, with the unofficial votes coming in 471 to 432 in Thomas’ favor Saturday night.
PPD Drug Enforcement Unit seizes drugs, arrests six in 2 separate incidents
The newly-formed Palestine Police Department Drug Enforcement Unit arrested a total of six people over the last two days in attempt to crack down on the drug problem in Palestine.
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