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Alice in Wonderland: Theatrical tour at old jail
Through the years, the story of “Alice's Adventures in Wonderland” has enticed all ages — first through its 1865 novel by Lewis Carroll and then through various films, television shows and productions.
Music, market and comedy top Dogwood Trails events
Dulcimer music, a farm and flower market, and a theatrical comedy are among events slated for this weekend, the second of three weekends comprising the 76th Annual Dogwood Trails Celebration.
PRCIL to host annual health fair on April 4
The Palestine Resource Center for Independent Living will host the 10th annual Community Health Fair on Friday, April 4.
Nature lovers unite at Ivy Payne Wildlife Refuge event
Sometimes, one may need to get away from it all, and a weekend in the heart of nature could provide the perfect avenue to do so.
County, cities get March sales tax payments
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs said recently that state sales tax revenue in February was $2.2 billion, up 5.8 percent compared to February 2013.
Palestine ISD board cancels May trustee election
Palestine Independent School District Board of Trustees officially canceled the May 10 school board election at its regular meeting Monday.
Main Street farm and flower market event set Saturday
For the first time, Palestine's historic Main Street program will host the Farm and Flower Market during the second weekend of Dogwood Trails, March 29-30.
Anderson County Sheriff's Office in need of jailers
Go to jail... go directly to jail... do not pass go... do not collect....
Well, you might be able to collect something, if you are interested in becoming a jailer at the Anderson County Jail.
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Fire destroys house on Burkett Street
A fire destroyed a wood-frame house on Burkett Street Monday morning.
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