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History lessons: Juneteenth event held at PHS
Hailing from the 19th century, a valiant soldier and friend of the frontier settlers appeared in Palestine Thursday to visit with students and friends in the Palestine High School parking lot.
Field of dreams: YMCA to build soccer complex; named after local hotel owner Patel
“If you build it, they will come,” Alex Patel, owner of the Hampton Inn & Suites in Palestine, told the Herald-Press Wednesday regarding a million-dollar soccer complex the Palestine YMCA is gearing up to build.
- Demolition Time
TSRR resumes freight service
On Monday morning, short-haul freight service resumed at the Texas State Railroad after a 45-year absence.
- Flying Colors
- Turtle Crossing
Palestine councilman queried about police issues by citizens at canceled town hall meeting
A circle of concerned citizens could be seen forming a pocket around Palestine City Councilman Vernon Denmon in the Westwood Elementary School parking lot Tuesday evening following the sudden cancellation of a town hall meeting, which was to take place in the school's cafeteria.
- Getting their kicks
- Catching some rays
Frankston High School's Class of 2014 graduates
A simple Italian word meaning “hello” or “goodbye” that means so much more for Frankston High School's 2014 graduating class, according to valedictorian Leah Landry.
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