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PHS Theatre presents Christmas production on Sunday
Ebeneezer Scrooge tried on a little Dr. Seuss Friday in Palestine High School's theater production of “A Seussified Christmas Carol,” which is set to run again at 2 p.m. Sunday for a closing matinee performance.
Anderson County commissioners to meet Monday
Anderson County Commissioners will hold their regular meeting at 9:30 a.m. on Monday in the county courtroom at the Anderson County Courthouse Annex, located at 703 N. Mallard St. in Palestine.
Elkhart man jailed for burglary
An Elkhart man remained in the Anderson County Jail Friday after his Thursday arrest for a burglary that occurred at a county residence in early June.
Spa holding toy drive event
Jamie's Therapeutic Touch Day Spa in Palestine is conducting a toy drive in partnership with Cornerstone Church, who is working with the Toys for Tots organization to distribute toys to Anderson County children for Christmas.
Palestine parade postponed; other weekend events still on
Old Man Winter and his buddy Jack Frost are still wreaking havoc on Palestine's Christmas events this weekend.
East Texas native Neal McCoy returns for Christmas show
CROCKETT — Back by popular demand, East Texas’ native son Neal McCoy will be returning to the Crockett Civic Center for his popular Christmas show — performing his greatest hits and favorite Christmas songs.
OUR TOWN: WHS student to perform at Carnegie
A Westwood High School band student is being given the opportunity of a lifetime — a chance to perform at the famous Carnegie Hall — and is seeking some help from the community to get her there.
PHS Theatre students present ‘A Seussified Christmas Carol’
Take the world of Ebeneezer Scrooge created by Charles Dickens, add in the rhyme and some characters from Dr. Seuss and you have the fun holiday romp called, "A Seussified Christmas Carol" by Peter Bloedel being produced by the Palestine High School Theatre Department.
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Annual Breakfast with Santa set Saturday at Palestine Civic Center
Even after all those midnight cookies, it turns out Santa still has room for breakfast in the morning.
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