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Palestine TACE students spear imaginary bison
At a time when Native Americans walked the hills of Anderson County, sometimes the only meal available came dressed in brown fur, with a side of horns.
Above & beyond: Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility crew aids in recent launch
Palestine sends more than fireworks into the earth's atmosphere — and it happens more often than on Independence Day.
July 4th fun reveals hidden health hazards
With everyone gearing up to grill some backyard burgers and watch the fireworks fly this July 4th, medical professionals are reminding citizens to be careful, as accidents and injuries tend to increase over the holiday.
ACSO deputy crashes into fence, cause of wreck unclear
An Anderson County Sheriff’s Office deputy was saved by a chain-link fence on Wednesday after driving out of control off East Spring Street through a field behind the First Presbyterian Church of Palestine.
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3 Cheers! Sweet Dreams Winery 'racking up' awards at competitions
Sweet Dreams Winery, owned by Mike and Sandra Pell of Palestine, has been racking up the awards this year, with its wines winning medals in three international competitions this year.
Palestine postmaster sworn in at ceremony
Karen “Beth” Tucker was officially installed as postmaster at the Palestine United States Post Office Friday surrounded by co-workers, family and friends.
Future leaders: 12 East Texans graduate from police academy
A dozen future peace officers from all over East Texas celebrated a milestone this week, graduating from the East Texas Police Academy during a ceremony held Friday at the Ben E. Keith Community Room in Palestine.
Diving in! Summer swim season in full swing
Bad weather, be gone!
Summer is upon us, and all we really want to do while school is out and the sun burns bright is jump as high as we can and into the chlorinated depths below.
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