11 28 2014

Candice Anderson is ruled innocent.

By Donnita Fisher Managing Editor   District Court Judge Teresa Drum ruled that Candice Anderson, who pled guilty to a criminal negligent homicide charge stemming from a car accident in 2004, is innocent of the charges. The accident resulted [...]

Two die on Van Zandt County roads last week

By Donnita Fisher Managing Editor   Drivers under the influence of drugs may have caused two wrecks resulting in fatalities on Van Zandt county roads last weekend. Friday, Nov. 7 James Walter Price, 37, of Quinlan died in a crash on Hwy. [...]

World War II vete’s wifereflects on husband’s bravery

 This article submitted by Country Place Senior Living of Canton. Though America’s Greatest Generation is declining in number each year, their sacrifices continue to secure the liberties we enjoy daily and their cherished memories remain [...]

First State Bank of Ben Wheeler Donates $22,500 for New Trail in Canton

By Brad Blakemore Publisher The Mill Creek Trail project is under way thanks to a great deal of planning, hard work and perseverance. The trail project is largely funded through a grant from Texas Parks and Wildlife. The project wouldn’t [...]

Students experience impaired driving simulator

By Pam Millican Correspondent Edgewood High School Principal Jerri Wehmeyer told the EISD board members that high school students recently got to experience the State Farm Impaired Driving Simulator. The simulator was brought to the campus and [...]