07 31 2014

Cozby-Germany gets backing, new name

By Britne Reeves Staff Writer Good news for the Cozby-Germany Hospital is finally on the agenda. With almost a year of setbacks including bad ownerships and managing, failed inspections and loss of revenue, the hospital closed doors in mid-2013, [...]

Tawakoni’s own noodlers big winners in Oklahoma

By Larry Briscoe Correspondent Tawakoni’s own Millsap family lived up to the legend over the weekend at the Okie Noodling Tournament at Pauls Valley, Okla. Local noodling tournament sensation Billy Creed, chairman of the West Tawakoni Park [...]

Area communities ready for July 4th celebrations

By Donnita Fisher Managing Editor Fourth of July in Canton includes a full day of First Monday, a parade, Friday Night Live around the square from 5 to 9 p.m. and fireworks. The downtown merchants will stay open until 9 p.m. There will be live [...]

Failure to stop ends in Father’s Day fatality

By Donnita Fisher Managing Editor About 9 a.m. June 15, a 51-year-old woman driving a Hyundai Santa Fe ran a stop sign at FM 773 and FM 16 and “T-boned” a pickup truck killing its driver, Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Jose Zaragoza [...]

Hall upsets incumbent Deuell

By Donnita Fisher Managing Editor In the Republican Primary runoff race for State Senate District 2 incumbent Bob Deuell was defeated by challenger Bob Hall. The final numbers were 17,930 for Deuell, 18,230 for Hall. Hall, a Van Zandt County [...]