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Southwestern Electric Power Co., an American Electric Power company, has reached a settlement agreement with all parties, including the Louisiana Public Service Commission Staff, the Alliance for Affordable Energy and Walmart, Inc., regarding SWEPCO’s proposal to add 810 megawatts of wind energy.

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Kiwanis Terrific Kids at Carthage Primary School for the fourth six weeks’ period are Mateo Salazar, Ava Rodriguez, Ian Dodda, Aurora Stewart, Mateo Olmedo, Salayla Allison, Melina Hernandez, Fernado Escbedo, Jazmine Salazar, Laura Castillo, Annie Burleson, Reese Huckabee, Jensen Baze, Alan …

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The Carthage Music Club, affiliated with the National and Texas Federation of Music Clubs, held its meeting on Tuesday, March 10 at the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame.

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Gary Water Supply Corporation has issued a boil notice for all its customers due to a main line break until further notice.

The Marshall News Messenger is launching a new free app for anyone who owns a smartphone or tablet like an iPad. The News Messenger is rolling out the app for your phone as part of our expanded news coverage of receiving your news anywhere you go as you wish.

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UT Health East Texas Physicians have launched a telehealth program where patients can visit with their provider over the phone instead of coming in physically amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The federal income tax filing due date has been extended to July 15 because of COVID-19, the U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service said.

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Although public access has been limited in city facilities because of COVID-19, Carthage City Manager Steve Williams said Monday that officials are and would continue to do their day-to-day business serving residents.

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Editor’s note: This is a schedule of work being planned for March 22-28. Weather conditions and unforeseen problems can cause delays or cancellation of work.

Editor’s Note: This story was reported before city and county officials closed the Sammy Brown Library as part of a wider effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Check-outs of the American Girl dolls will resume when the library re-opens.

James Wolfe was the winner of the Fitbit Basket raffled off by Briarcliff Skilled Nursing Center, Texas Home Health & Winkler Place Assisted Living.

East Texas Baptist University students have joined up with a Marshall single mother and her sons to work side by side during their spring break this week in order to build the family a brand new home through Northeast Texas Habitat for Humanity.