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Still Waters Cowboy Church will host an informational session on human trafficking education and awareness on Nov. 18 at 6:30 p.m. after a free meal at 5:30 p.m.

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service offices in Jim Wells, Kenedy/Kleberg, Nueces and San Patricio counties will host the “Show Me the Money” beef cattle production webinar series from 6-8 p.m. on four consecutive Tuesdays from Oct. 26 to Nov. 16. “These webinars, presented by AgriLi…

The Greater Texas Foundation has awarded a $715,742 grant to help develop Texas State Technical College's performance-based education initiative. The grant was awarded through the TSTC Foundation.

Welcome to the fourth and final quarter of the year 2020! We can debate all day about which level of Jumanji or which chapter of Revelation we’re in, but there’s little argument over hoping for a much better year in 2021. While it may, understandably, be one of the last things on your mind r…

The Carthage Junior High School building has probably reached the end of its life as an academic building, and several other campuses within Carthage ISD need to be assessed for structural issues.

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Editor’s note: This is a schedule of work being planned for Oct. 25-31. Weather conditions and unforeseen problems can cause delays or cancellation of work.

The Texas unemployment rate rose to 8.3 percent in September, the Texas Workforce Commission said last week, surpassing the national unemployment rate of 7.9 percent and returning the state to the unemployment levels of the Great Recession.

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The Carthage Police Department blood drive will take place Monday, Nov. 2 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the LifeShare Bus outside the Carthage Police Department, 321 W Panola Street in Carthage.

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The Carthage Lions Club and the Panola County Lions Club will be collecting used prescription eyeglasses to help those in need on Oct. 30.

Keeping the health and safety guidelines put in place to protect the well-being of its students, East Texas Baptist University refashioned its traditional Homecoming celebration into a “Home on the Hill” week of festivities. Each day of the week-long event included engaging student-life acti…

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A section of U.S. 59 just south of Carthage will see short periods of closure on Sunday as crews work to remove overhead sign bridges, the Texas Department of Transportation said.

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The Panola County Historical and Genealogical Society is holding a Carthage cemetery tour Saturday, Oct. 24 starting at 5 p.m. Park at the First Baptist Church, 256 S Market Street in Carthage.

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Carthage ISD Chief Learning Officer Allen Koch pointed to two key points Monday while explaining why his district has decided to end the at-home learning option for students: