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Four-county Tea Party Rally set Saturday in Corsicana
Members of the Anderson County Tea Party/Citizens for the Constitution are participating in a four-county “I Do Not Consent” Tea Party Rally Saturday in Corsicana.
'Youth Explosion' event set Saturday at Palestine Civic Center
Youth and adults from age 10 to 30 are invited to attend a “Make Me Over” Youth Explosion event featuring speakers, music and more on Saturday.
Herald-Press Editorial Staff wins APME awards
Members of the Herald-Press news staff were honored with the receipt of four awards from the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors during their annual conference held at South Padre Island over the weekend.
City of Palestine to hold Hotel Occupancy Tax grant funding informational meeting
The City of Palestine will offer an informational meeting for the 2014 Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT) funding for individuals who are interested in requesting funds and who want to learn more about the grant application.
Two local boys star in 'Lord of the Flies'
TYLER — Two Palestine youths will star in Tyler Civic Theatre's upcoming production of "Lord of the Flies," starting Thursday. Malick Absy, 12, and Gage Concilio, 10, have been traveling to Tyler five nights a week for more than a month in preparation for this show.
Mary Kay sales director earns her fifth new car
Mary Kay Independent Sales Director Shelley Hudson of Palestine earned the use of a new 2014 Chevrolet Cruze recently, as a result of achievements in her business with beauty brand Mary Kay.
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OUR TOWN: Gold to continue training with residency at Scott & White
Palestine native Mark Gold, class president of the graduating class of The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) Medical School, was one of more than 230 students to learn where they will begin the next phase of their medical training recently.
United Way receives $7,000 'Champion' donation
Months after closing its doors this past fall, Anderson County Champions for Children continued to support the community recently by giving more than $7,000 to benefit the East/Central Texas United Way.
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