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To reward Palestine Independent School District teachers and employees for jobs well-done, members of the Palestine school board doubled this …

Continuing a process that began several years ago, first-year Mineral Wells City Manager Randy Criswell on Tuesday presented city council with a proposed 2019-2020 budget that seeks to keep moving the city moving forward.

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Average city residential water rates will rise 56 percent, effective Oct. 1, under a plan approved, 6-1, by Palestine City Council members. Ma…

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 Look at the bright side: the value of your old, inflation-proof “Forever” stamps just went up.

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The U.S. Postal Service warns the 2018 postage increase will likely be the last modest increase limited by a 2006 law.

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Palestine City Council members on Monday are expected to approve a seven-cent increase in property taxes. The nearly 10 percent increase in th…

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No new taxes: City must first show fiscal integrity, transparency