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PHS Theatre Department presents "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.
The show will be performed in the Palestine High School Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. today and Friday and will close with a matinee at 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $5 and will be available at the box office.
The Cast of "A Seussified Christmas Carol" invites you to come enjoy a show where even the coldest heart can "grow three sizes that day".
Christmas parade to light up Palestine Saturday
About an hour after the sun has gone to bed Saturday, crowds will start to line the streets for the annual Christmas Parade of Lights, set to kick off from the Anderson County Courthouse at 7 p.m.
Massive cold front arrives in Palestine area tonight; frozen precipitation possible through Saturday
If you haven't taken those long johns or heavy sweaters out of storage, now would be the time to do so, as a massive cold front is making its way through the area today and will leave behind the coldest temperatures of the season so far.
Palestine Junior Service League's annual Nutcracker Tea part of Saturday's Christmas event lineup
Ushering in the season with grace, the Sugar Plum Fairy will twirl once again during the third annual Nutcracker Tea this Saturday, presented by the Palestine Junior Service League.
Cars of Palestine's 'Fill the Convertible' toy drive slated
The Cars of Palestine will be lining the parking lot of a local restaurant Saturday with its classic cars, as Santa Claus and his elves help collect toys to “Fill the Convertible” for the organization's annual holiday toy collection to benefit local toy drives.
Primary election filings continue
As the last day of filings for the March 4, 2013 primary elections approaches, candidates at the local, state and federal levels are continuing to place their names on the ballot.
Church partners with Toys for Tots for toy drive event
The national Toys for Tots organization is planning to collect and distribute toys in Anderson County this year, making Christmas brighter for some of Palestine's children.
Contestants to vie for Dogwood Jamboree Artist of the Year
Four finalists under the age of 18 will vie for the title of Youth Talent Search “Artist of the Year” during the Dogwood Jamboree's “A Pineywood Christmas” show set for December.
Black Friday deals lure Palestine crowds
For Palestine residents, Black Friday seemed to be a toss-up between the calm and the storm.
Lowe seeks fifth term for DA: looks to incorporate new technology in local law enforcement
Incumbent Criminal District Attorney Doug Lowe said he plans to seek re-election for his fifth term in Anderson County and continue with progressive efforts he has made in the community — progress he's been building on for the past 15 years.
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