A message from our neighbors at Mark West. MarkWest transports natural gas throughout Texas. Public awareness and education is of primary importance for Mark West to ensure the safety of residents who live and work near pipeline right-of-ways.
William A. Noble, 73, of Shelby County, passed away Tuesday, November 10, 2020, in Lufkin. Graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Friday, November 13, 2020, at Buckner Cemetery in Center with Bro. Don Noble officiating. Born April 18, 1947, in San Augustine, Mr. Noble is the son of the late Clifton Noble and Bertha Mae Stringer Noble. On May 2, 1967, he joined the United States Army. He served as a Special Operations Combat Medic
The Panola College Men's Rodeo Team won the Sam Houston State University Rodeo this weekend in Conroe, TX. The Panola Team was followed in rank by Hill College, Sam Houston State, Texas A&M-Commerce, Southwest Texas JC, Wharton, Texas A&M, McNeese State, Trinity Valley CC, and Northeast Texas CC. The win also stretched their lead as they remained on top of the Southern Region and ended the college circuit for the fall semester.
Monday October 26th, the Tenaha Cross Country Team won the district meet hosted by Shelbyville ISD. They advanced to run in the Regional Meet hosted by Sam Houston State University. November 10th, the Tigers won the 1st place Regional Championship for their school. They are the first Tenaha Team to win a Regional Championship in Cross Country. Oscar Flores finished 2nd and Evan Plata finished 3rd overall. They will compete for a State Championship November 24th in Round Rock. Their c