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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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- Cars and cans
County Clerk Wanda Burke announces retirement
With nine years of service under her belt — and over 20 years of service to Anderson County, County Clerk Wanda Burke has announced her retirement, effective at the end of her current term on Dec. 31, 2014.
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