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The Panola County Fresh Water Supply District No. 1 will host a water safety and CPR class on Tuesday, June 2 at 6 p.m at the pavilion out at Lake Murvaul.

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The Panola County Sheriff's Office and area healthcare facilities are hosting their annual fan drive for Mission Carthage and Tri-County Community Action through June 19.

The Carthage Rotary Club recently donated $3,200 to the City of Carthage to support the Davis Park splash pad. The splash pad is still currently closed because of Gov. Greg Abbott’s COVID-19 restrictions, and City Manager Steve Williams said they did not know when it would open for the summer.

Teachers gathered outside Baker-Koonce Intermediate School to wave goodbye to their students for the summer. It was one of a number of campus send-offs held this week as classes ended and summer began.

Have you and your family been thinking about backyard chickens, either for eggs or meat? If you answered yes, then mark your calendar and make plans to join Texas A&M AgriLife Extension service as we go live with a specialist covering crucial information needed to not only start a small-…

The Air Force recently named a Panola native serving as an Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center major at Hill AFB, Utah one of the winners of the its 2019 Nuclear and Missile Operations Awards.

First Baptist Church of Carthage recently hosted “In the Beginning” winter camp at Daniel Springs Baptist Encampment. Over the course of three days, third- through sixth-graders from First Baptist Church and Cedar Grove Baptist Church of Carthage learned about how God created the universe an…

Panola College Art Professor Amanda Clements’ watercolor and mixed media artwork, “Evening Wildflowers,” is on display at the R.W. Norton Art Gallery in Shreveport as part of “BLOOM! 2020,” a juried exhibition.

The Panola County AgriLife Extension Service has had to change things up a bit, but they are working hard to continue providing services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Central Baptist Church in Carthage hosted a drive-in Easter Sunday service on April 12 at Carthage High School. Severe weather had the service postponed until 6 p.m. that night, but the weather didn't dampen the church's congregation. Several dozen cars filled one of the high school's parkin…