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Palestine Police Department seeking new officers
As part of a comprehensive recruiting program, the Palestine Police Department is hosting a civil service test to recruit new officers on Saturday, March 29. Applications for the test must be received no later than 5 p.m. Friday, March 21.
Tillis, Morgan unite for March 22 concert in Crockett
Country music divas Pam Tillis and Lorri Morgan will bring their music to the stage during the one-night-only “Grits & Glamour” show Saturday, March 22.
Palestine artist to host show at historic county jail
Palestine artist Sheila Galloway will present her “Vintage Americana” art show during the three weekends during the Dogwood Trails Celebration and continuing through every weekend in April in a unique setting — the old Anderson County Jail on Avenue A.
Woman jailed after stabbing boyfriend
A 21-year-old female accused of stabbing her boyfriend following an argument was arrested on Friday at the Palestine Police Department.
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Our Town: Fish fry fundraiser to benefit victims of recent fire
The Tennessee Colony community and churches will hold a fish fry fundraiser Saturday for local residents L.C. and Sandra Brown, who lost their home and all their belongings to a fire last weekend.
City of Palestine's Spring Cleanup Day set Saturday
The City of Palestine will hold its 2014 Spring Cleanup Day on Saturday, offering residents a chance to tidy up their home and yard prior to the upcoming Dogwood Trails Celebration, which kicks off next week.
Sanderson Farms poultry complex still on schedule for 2015 completion
In January, the last time the Herald-Press received an update on the $124 million Sanderson Farms poultry complex being constructed in the area, progress was reported to be on track, minus a few minor delays – per compliments of Mother Nature.
Carson & Barnes Circus coming to Palestine, Crockett
The “Biggest Big Top on Earth” will come to Palestine for two shows on Thursday, March 19.
Overdue welcome: Vietnam War veterans to be honored at event
When the Vietnam War ended in the 1970s, many Vietnam War veterans were treated badly upon their return to American soil.
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