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18-wheeler carrying chemicals overturns; loop reopens
An 18-wheeler truck carrying fertilizer chemicals overturned around 6:45 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and Loop 256.
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Willing hearts & rolling wheels: Couple volunteers for Meals on Wheels; more help needed
Whenever Liz deBessonet got “the blues” as a little girl, her mother would quickly respond with the sure-fire cure: “Stop thinking about yourself and get up and do something for somebody else!”
AmBus training video filmed at Texas State Railroad park
The Texas State Railroad became the backdrop for disaster Tuesday during a mock drill and film shoot of an AmBus training video, which will be distributed to fire departments and emergency responders across the state.
MLK events stir pride and a call to 'game changers'
The late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was held high in hearts Monday during an MLK Day celebration that featured a downtown parade and subsequent luncheon at the Ben E. Keith Community Room in Palestine.
It's cookie time! Girl Scout cookie season kicks off
Girl Scouts wearing bright shirts and even brighter smiles lined up rows of colorful cookie boxes by Brookshire's Grocery Store on Thursday. In addition to smiling, the girls were there for their annual Cookie Program, which raises funds for the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas (GSNETX ) organization.
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Multi-agency drug effort leads to arrest of 18
The Anderson County Sheriff's Office, along with the Texas Department of Public Safety, the Palestine Police Department and the Anderson County District Attorney's Office announced the end of the 20-month long drug trafficking investigation today — culminating with the arrest of about 13 individuals this morning in Palestine.
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