The Canadian Pacific freight railway company announced its support for Amtrak’s expansion of passenger railway services along the Interstate 20 corridor this month.
The new year is underway, and many of us have money-related resolutions. If you stacked on a bit of debt over the holidays, you’re not alone. According to the U.S. Federal Reserve’s Center for Microeconomic Data, total household debt increased by $286 billion in the third quarter of 2021.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning people of fraudulent coronavirus tests, vaccines and treatments as the pandemic continues. According to Centers for Disease Control, since the arrival of the omicron variant, the increase of testing for COVID-19 has become a concern. Scarcity often leads to potential scams for a product that doesn’t exist, the compromise of personal identifiable information, or the increase of deceptive advertising.
As we turn the calendar to another year, it is often a time for reflection and goal setting. One of the goals we have for 2022 is to help more local nonprofits tell their stories to a larger audience each month so that they can continue to be positive neighbors in our community.
The new Financial Crimes Intelligence Center, which will work to coordinate law enforcement investigations involving credit card skimmers, has officially opened in Tyler.
LP Building Solutions (LP), a leading manufacturer of high-performance building products, is proud to announce that the company donated more than $550,000 in 2021 through its LP Foundation and other corporate giving initiatives.
TxDOT construction at the intersection of the Carthage Loop and U.S. 59 north of Carthage is continuing, with more and more pavement being put down.
Local Whataburger restaurants donated over $11,000 and 2,500 pounds of canned food to East Texas Food Bank to help fight against hunger.
The Panola County Chamber of Commerce is honoring the winners of the 2021 Holiday Decorating Contest.
If you’re looking to get your dog groomed and give students valuable experience at the same time, look no further than the Beckville ISD ag department’s dog grooming program.
“These are the times that try men’s souls.” So said Thomas Paine during the crisis of the American Revolution. The current economic crisis caused by the COVID pandemic is now trying the souls of American entrepreneurs and small business owners.
The Panola County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 Holiday Decorating Contest.