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Fire safety crucial during holiday season
Along with sharing egg nog and celebrating the hue of a reindeer's nose, fire safety is one of the most important traditions for residents to uphold this holiday season, according to Palestine Fire Chief Alan Wilcher.
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Palestine's Ahnise Summers receives Spark Award for philanthropic efforts
Palestine community leader Ahnise Summers was the recipient of one of three awards given to East Texans recognized for their philanthropic contributions to the region during a National Philanthropy Day® celebration luncheon in Tyler Tuesday.
- Taking a spill
Fire destroys home in county
A late night fire destroyed a double-wide mobile home Tuesday on Texas 294, leaving a family of six without a home.
Getting festive: City begins decorating for holidays
The City of Palestine will be decked out with festive decorations while hosting a number of events that attract visitors from near and far during this holiday season.
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Palestine man jailed after high-speed chase, crash Saturday
A Palestine man was arrested after leading local law enforcement on a high-speed chase through Anderson County on Saturday.
Honoring their service: Anderson County veterans attend city-sponsored breakfast
Community members made sure Friday was a day that would live, not in infamy, but in honor and appreciation for local Anderson County veterans during the Palestine Police Department's second annual veterans breakfast.
Our Town: Local WWII veteran takes trip to Washington, D.C.
Tyler-based Brookshire’s Grocery Co. recently sponsored a trip to Washington, D.C. for a group of East Texas World War II veterans in order to allow them to visit the WWII Memorial and other U.S. Monuments in October.
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