01 31 2015

High winds blamed for lengthy construction delay

By Larry Briscoe Correspondent How to get 150-foot long beams to and through West Tawakoni to the Two-Mile Bridge and move them into place are challenges confronting engineers. Local officials, Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and [...]

Lady Tigers hang tough, fall short

By David Kapitan Sports Editor   The Van Lady Vandals looked well on their way to an easy win over Wills Point on Tuesday night, capitalizing on virtually every opportunity to build a double-digit lead over the Lady Tigers just minutes into [...]

Money Matters at Van ISD

From Staff Reports   Students at Van ISD are learning to use their money – the responsible way. Van High School has implemented a new class as a result of community feedback on a large scale district wide survey last spring. Superintendent [...]

Eagle grows from Warhawk to Seahawk

By David Kapitan Sports Editor   The distance from Canton, Texas, to Seattle, Washington, is just over 2,100 miles. That trip for most people typically translates into a six-hour plane trip or, for those a little more adventurous, more [...]

First Monday weekend brings dinner and a movie

By Donnita Fisher Managing Editor   You don’t have to leave Van Zandt County to get to Dodge City. It’s only halfway up The Mountain in Canton and once you’re there, you can have a one-of-a-kind movie and dining experience. Dodge [...]