Legally, Carthage can’t regulate the content of billboards.
In speaking to the Panola County Appraisal District’s board on Thursday, Walter Priddy had “good news, bad news, mediocre news and unknown news — like everything else going on” when it came to Panola County’s oil and gas outlook.
President Donald J. Trump and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced up to an additional $14 billion for agricultural producers who continue to face market disruptions and associated costs because of COVID-19.
In an effort to make sure our animal protein supply is sustainable, a Texas A&M AgriLife researcher is using mathematical modeling to connect the dots between increasing production efficiency in livestock operations and minimizing environmental impacts.
As Gov. Greg Abbott outlined his latest reopening plan this week, bar owner Greg Barrineau watched in disbelief. Abbott, who announced that Texas restaurants could expand dine-in service to 75% capacity, said bars must remain closed.
Panola College is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by The Great Colleges to Work For program. Panola College has received this honor for the 9th year in a row.
There’s a new tool to help promote COVID-19-related social distancing in auditoriums, stadiums and anywhere there’s a gathering from Skip A Seat creators Eric Pellum and JR Royce.
Six months after the coronavirus pandemic began choking the economy, Texas’ unemployment rate in August was 6.8 percent — a sign the state’s economy has improved from the spring months but is still suffering.
Cain True Value, in partnership with the True Value Foundation, is providing free health and safety kits to Carthage ISD through the newly created Educational Heroes Safety Campaign.
Panola County hosted several events Friday to mark the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, from thanking first responders with free lunch to participating in a memorial stair climb in honor of the first responders who died rescuing people at the World Trade Center. The Carthage Fire Departm…
Texans receiving unemployment benefits who qualified for an extra $300 in weekly jobless payments issued by the Trump administration will no longer receive the additional funds after claims from last week are paid, according to the Texas Workforce Commission.