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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.
Sheriff's Office unites with TxDOT for work zone pilot program
Anderson County Sheriff’s Office has a piece of advice for motorists: If you’re going to speed, don’t do it in a work zone.
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Harvey Woman's Club to honor local firefighters
The Harvey Woman's Club will honor members of the Palestine Fire Department on Tuesday, specifically those who initially responded to the house fire that claimed the life of former club president Patsy Green.
PWFAA presents 'Wizard of Oz' show in Crockett
Anderson County residents can follow the yellow brick road to Oz this month with Dorothy and her friends in the classic musical presented by the Piney Woods Fine Arts Association in Crockett.
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