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Veterans awarded medals: POW, Silver Star, Purple Heart among honors
An elderly gentleman with white hair and a soft gaze sat with hands folded in front of the Anderson County Veterans Services Office on Tuesday morning. Mirroring him to his right was another amiable-looking gentleman, composed, wearing a light smile to top off his dark suit.
Hunting for history: Annual scavenger hunt taking place during Dogwood Trails Celebration
Local explorers are invited to whip out their detective spectacles during the three weekends of the 76th Annual Texas Dogwood Trails Celebration.
Dogwood Celebration kicks off with 50's themed festival; Doo-wop cruise planned for evening
What better way to usher in springtime than with cream-colored flowers and rock-and-roll beats?
The 76th Annual Dogwood Trails Festival is set to do just that while welcoming the dogwood season from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 22 in historic downtown Palestine.
- Getting crafty
- Bloomin' Bulbs
- Serving on the seas
- Enjoying the sunshine
Palestine woman killed after being struck by vehicle
A Palestine woman died from injuries she sustained at the scene when she was struck by a vehicle Monday afternoon on U.S. 287/Texas 19 South, about a half mile from the Palestine city limits.
Western athletes compete at 1836 Chuckwagon Races
The sharp crack of a gunshot slices the air, startling two mules and a mounted horse to take off in a dead run. Deterring the mules ever so slightly is a 300 lb. wagon, in which two passengers hang on for dear life and hope to be the fastest across 600 feet of pasture.
PISD joins national “innovation collaboration” project
Palestine Independent School District is at the forefront of a national research initiative highlighting creativity, innovation thinking and problem-solving learning in schools, according to a presentation made Thursday to the Palestine Area Chamber of Commerce.
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