Joaquin took an early lead over Shelbyville. Joaquins Conner Bragg scored the first touchdown of the game. Going into the 4th Quarter, the score was 21-14 with Joaquin in the lead. The Dragons made a strong comeback and beat the Rams 22-21.
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  Tenaha High School Homecoming, a time honored tradition, continues. The 2019 HomecomingCourt Duchesses and Sweethearts were elected by their peers to represent this year’sHomecoming Court. Class Duchesses are (on left, bottom to top) Ashleigh Head... more
  August 17, 2019, at 4:30 a.m., Shelby County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) deputies responded to a residence located in the Campti community in Shelby County in response to an aggravated robbery. Deputies learned that the homeowner was asleep and was... more
  Heaven's Gates & Hell's Flames Live Performance Play Dates Sept. 28,29, & 30 @ 7p.m. each night
    Linda Rogers Maitland was called home on September 10, 2019 in Carthage, Texas at the age of 71. Linda was preceded in death by her father, June Harris Rogers; mother, Leila Rae McClain Rogers; and sister, Carolyn Rogers Dosser. She is survived... more
  Lisa Huff Albers is the youngest of four children of Charles and Lanell Huff. She grew up in Hemphill, with her three brothers, Chuck, Carl, and Casey. She is a proud graduate of SFA. Lisa is married to Jim Albers, Center PD Chief of Police.... more
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Wildcats struggle in road game at Carlisle

The Mount Enterprise Wildcats struggled throughout Friday’s contest with the hometown Carlisle Indians varsity football team, and eventually fell 34-6.
Mount Enterprise now falls to 0-2 on the season and will look to reboung against the Union Grove Lions next Friday, September 11 at 7:30 p.m. at Wildcats Stadium. The lions are 0-2 as well after losing to west Rusk 36-7 and Carlisle 36-6.

Lady Bears Place Fifth in Cross Country

Lady Bears Place Fifth in Cross Country - The Lady Bears competed in cross country Saturday, September 5th in Nacogdoches. Cheyanne Porter ran varsity while McKenzie Burgay, Cassidy Clifton, and Macey Hanson competed at the JV level. McKenzie Wynn, Erica Renick, Harlie Ware, Sadie Ramsey, Jaycee Campbell, and Alexis Miller ran at the junior high level.

Mount Enterprise Volunteer Fire Department celebrated new Engine 101

The Mount Enterprise Volunteer Fire Department (MEVFD) and community celebrated their new fire truck, Engine 101, with a traditional Push-In ceremony on Saturday, September 5th 2015 at 9:00 a.m.  Referred to by some as a “Push Back”, the ceremony dates back to times when horses were still used to pull fire apparatuses. 

 

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CORRECTION: "Ross recognized for 10 years of loyal service to City"

This article has been revised to correct the following error:

For some actions on Agenda Items, Councilman Chapman was shown as the Actor/Voter.  Councilman Chapman was not in attendance during this Regular Meeting.  By error, "Chapman" was shown when the correct name is "Fryman".  I apologize for the mistake and appreciate that it was brought to my attention so that the record could be set straight.  - Chad Pate, Publisher. 

DRT and SRT Meeting

The William Carroll Crawford Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas and the Gateway to Texas Chapter of the Sons of the Republic of Texas will meet Saturday, September 12, at 

A 50 pound lesson

What we say can come back to haunt us.  Believe me.  I’ve been haunted.  I was skinny for many years and proudly declared to the in-laws “Platt’s don’t gain weight!”  Well, guess what.  This 50 pound lesson has taught me that I ain’t so clever after all.  Here are some other haunting words and those who most likely use them. Please excuse the paragraphing for space reasons.  (I will not tell you which ones apply to me). 

Ramah Baptist News

  Our attendance was up for Sunday morning service. We started our new Sunday School quarter this week. Each lesson covers a book in the Bible starting with Genesis, The Beginnings.

Thank you from Pat Pratt

I want to express my gratitude to all of you, a caring community of friends, who share in making Garrison Nursing Home “The Best”. Thank you for always eagerly giving your time to brighten many days for the residents. Your visits, prayers, smiles, hugs-they all bring joy. For your support year after year during Fall Festival, Thanksgiving Family dinner, Annual Resident Christmas celebration, and oh so much more.

Chapter to Chapter

Celebrate the Crepe-I lead a pretty full life, and as a result, I don’t have a whole lot of time for television—and almost no time for television outside of news.  However, almost every time I turn on the TV there are the same fifteen or twenty commercials: from online insurance to cholesterol medication to medieval war games for one’s smart phone.  And the

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