11 27 2014

‘A cure’ tops Christmas wish list for 12-year-old Andrews’ Quinlan family struggles with eight years of medical battle

By Larry Briscoe Correspondent A Quinlan mom and dad wage a battle for time every day for their 12-year-old son. The fight is in its eighth year for Misty and Michael Russell. Twelve-year-old Andrew was diagnosed in Sept. 2006 with a rare form [...]

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 [...]

Dentists shows gratitude by giving

By Donnita Fisher Managing Editor   Dentist Ben Bratcher loves his job. One of the things he likes most about it is helping people – and not just in Canton. Every summer, Bratcher takes a trip to do dental work in areas of the world where [...]

Community rallies together following tragic accident

By David Kapitan Staff Writer   What was supposed to be a trip of a lifetime tragic for a family of East Texas educators last week after a single vehicle accident on Nov. 19 resulted in the passing of Wills Point Primary School teacher [...]

“Little Hope was Arson” Documentary about 2010 East Texas church fires

By Donnita Fisher Managing Editor “Little Hope was Arson,” a documentary looking at a string of arson fires in East Texas, will debut today (Sunday, Nov. 23) at Liberty Hall in Tyler. The movie, called part detective story – part faith [...]