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Palestine City Council hears report on 2013 police activity
The Palestine Police Department was alive and well last year, according to a yearly report Chief Robert Herbert presented to members of the Palestine City Council Monday.
Bogus billers: Four men jailed for role in counterfeiting operation
Four Louisiana men were arrested in relation to a counterfeiting operation Saturday in Palestine.
Candidates discuss issues at recent political forum
Candidates in the five local contested political races for the March 4 primary election answered questions from community members Thursday during a forum held at the Ben E. Keith Community Room, located at 2019 W. Oak St. in Palestine.
Philippine woman shares missions, life experiences with others
Philippine native Kay Robertson, 82, has experienced a lot over the years — living in the jungles as a child after the Pearl Harbor attack and continuing to serve as a missionary today to help those suffering from the November 2013 typhoon that killed more than 6,200 people in her country.
Palestine men jailed for possession after traffic stop
Two Palestine men remained in the Anderson County Jail Friday after being arrested for possession of methamphetamine during a traffic stop Thursday afternoon.
Slocum ISD board calls $3.3 million bond election for new high school, gym
Slocum Independent School District has called a $6 million bond election to consider building a new high school and competition gymnasium.
Tucker man nets 40 years for sexual assault of a child
A 10-man, 2-woman Anderson County jury sentenced a 48-year-old Tucker man to 40 years in prison without possibility of parole for five counts of sexual misconduct, including the charge of Continuous Sexual Assault of a Child, on Thursday.
Our Town: Local Farm Bureau donates to food banks
The Anderson County Farm Bureau reached out to local food banks during Texas Food Connection Week, Feb. 16-22, presenting each of six local food banks with a $200 donation.
First Presbyterian Church gets new pastor
A Philadelphia native and Texas transplant has taken the helm at Palestine's First Presbyterian Church.
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