PALESTINE — Members of the Westside Volunteer Fire Department work the scene of a glider crash that occurred Tuesday afternoon at the Palestine Municipal Airport. The pilot, a 55-year-old Tyler man, was transported from the scene with minor injuries, including a broken foot.
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In case of emergency... City hosts pandemic disaster drill
Imagine the following scenario:
About 100 inmates at five Anderson County prisons have taken ill, showing symptoms of fever, chills, malaise, headache, dry cough and sore throat. A local nursing home also reports about one-fourth of its 40 patients displaying the same symptoms.
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A show of thanks: Harvey Woman's Club honors Palestine fire fighters
Firemen at Palestine's Fire Station 1 got to enjoy some special “thank you” chili on Tuesday – compliments of ladies in the Harvey Woman's Club, who prepared lunch for the men.
Three-car wreck on U.S. 287/Texas 19 causes traffic delays
No injuries were reported following a three-vehicle accident that occurred on U.S. 287/Texas 19 South on Monday afternoon, when two vehicles were rear-ended while stopped behind a school bus dropping off children.
Health fair draws big crowd
People of all ages filled the halls of Evangelistic Temple on Friday to attend the 10th Annual Community Health Fair hosted by the Palestine Resource Center for Independent Living.
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