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Shelby County Outreach Ministries Report


 

 
Shelby County Outreach Ministries continues to help families in need in Shelby County. Last month they gave away 247 food boxes and the need is growing. For those of you that would like to join their efforts, this month's suggested food donation is canned meat products. Canned tuna, soups with meat, chili, canned ham .. anything with meat is needed. Help Shelby County Outreach Ministries help Shelby County. For more information call Sharon or Josh at 598-4990, like them on facebook or stop by 930 Shelbyville Street in Center.

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Updated Warrant List


 

 
ABRAHAM, TREONTEA JACOBY-SAQU
ACEVEDO, DANIEL RAMIREZ
ACEVEDO, ENRIQUE
ADAMS, JACK JR
ADAMS, WILLIAM EMMANUEL
ADKINS, TRIMAINE MARKS
ADKINS, ZARRIE LEON
ADKINSON, STACY NICHOLE
AINSWORTH, KRISTEN NICOLE
AINSWORTH, SAMANTHA ANN
AKINS, JEFFREY MICHAEL
ALBERTO, JUAN URIEL DELFIN
ALDACO, MARTIN BETANCOURT
ALEXANDER, DARRELL DEWAYNE
ALLEN, THOMAS BRENT JR
ALLEN-GARSEE, SHANNA
ALMAGUER, ROBERTO ROSALIO
ALMANZA, JAYVAN MARTIN
ALMUTAIRI, GHANIM GHANIM KHALAF A
ALRWALY, ANWAR M
ALVARUARO, JESUS
ANDERSON, DYLAN WAYNE
ANDREWS, RUSSELL
ANTHONY, CRYSTAL JEANISE
ARRIAGA, JORGE
ATKINS, DAMIEN VOSHAUN
AVALOS, JUAN CARLOS
AYDELOTT, DESTINY CHEYENNE
BAILEY, DONNIE RICHARD
BARAHONA, MARIA
BARBEAU, BRANDIE LEIGH
BARBEE, MICHAEL
BARCELO, KRISTEN ELISA
BARKER, CHRISTOPHER LYNN
BARNES, LAJAGGAR MARQUISE
BARNES, TODERICK
BARRAN, BENJAMIN ROBERT
BARRERA, ROGELIO BERLANGA
BARRUETA, JUAN
BATES, MARY DARLENE
BATES, SHATRESA LAKENDRA
BAUTISTO, ANTONIO LOPEZ
BAYLON, MAXIMINO
BAYSINGER, JAYLA LANAE
BEARDEN, JONATHON KYLE
BELL, JERRY GLYNN
BELL, VADIE MACHELLE
BERGERON, JOSEPH EARL
BLEDSOE, CHARLES DETYRONE
BLEDSOE, YOLANDA MARCHELLE
BOLDEN, JAQUERIOUS LAMONE
BOOTH, LEE GAYLE
BOWERS, ROBERT EUGENE
BOYD, ADDIE
BOYKIN, SHANAKIO LAFAYE
BOYTER, BOYD L III
BOYTER, SARAH LOUISE
BRADSHAW, BRITTANY NICOLE
BRAGG, DOUGLAS DAVID
BRASSEAUX, RONNIE MICHAEL
BREWER, LACRESHIA DESERRE
BRIGGS, SHASTA R
BRINSON, JEREMY
BROOKS, DANIELLE
BROOKS, DEMETRIUS WAYNE
BROOKS, NOREKA
BROOKS, TERRELL MARQUISE
BROWN, CARL WAYNE
BROWN, CARLA FAYE
BROWN, HENRY LEE
BROWN, HUBERT DEWAYNE
BROWN, MELISSA SUE
BROWN, SHANAETA LAJOYER
BRYANT, CONSTANCE DENISE
BUDDLE, RAY
BURKETT, KEVIN CURTIS
BUSH, JACQUELINE DARSHANNA
BUSSARD, DUSTIN EUGENE
BUSTER, JAMES MACTATE
BUTLER, STORMY DAWNE
BYLEY, TYLER LEE-ALLEN
BYRD, CORY WAYNE
BYRD, JOYCE MARIE
CABRERA, TEREZA
CALDWELL, ELIZABETH DANIELLE
CALHOUN, TIMOTHY SHAWN
CALLOWAY, JANNA MICHELLE
CAMACHO, REYNOL
CAMACHO, VALENTINA
CAMPOS, JENNIFER LOPEZ
CAMPOS, JENNIFER LOPEZ
CAMPOS-LOPEZ, JENNIFER
CANADA, RODERICK RUFUS
CARILLO, FERNANDO
CARRELL, TOMMY MICHAEL
CARRICO, HOLLY ELIZABETH
CARRINGTON, MICHAEL LAVEL
CARTER, ANTONIO RONDRELL
CARTER, JEROME
CARTER, LAWANDA
CARTWRIGHT, HAROLD
CARTWRIGHT, VERAKESHIA NICOLE
CASEY, DACARRIER OKEITH
CASTILLO, ANGEL
CASTILLO, RAMUNDO
CHAEIN, ERICK
CHANNEL, JOE DAN
CHAPMAN, JESSICA MARIE
CHARDONNAY, JAQUE LACHEZ II
CHAVEZ, FERNANDO FIGUEROA
CHERRY, RACHEL MARIE
CHILDERS, BRYANT LAMAR
CHOATE, JASON LYNN
CHUMBLEY, SASHA RANEICE
CLARK, ANTHONY
CLARK, DUSTIN COLT
CLAYBROOK, KRYSTAL MARLENNA
CLAYTON, DAVID MATTHEW
COLBERT, PENYUNA DIONA
COLEMAN, BREA DSHAE
COLEMAN, CHELESA ROCHELLE
COLEMAN, MARY ANN
COLEMAN, SAMANTHA RENE
COLEMAN, SHERRI GABRIELLE
COLLINS, LAWERENCE JR
COLNAIEO, ROBERT
COLVARD, JASON LEE
COMSTOCK, MICHAEL DOBBS
CONWAY, BRANDON J
COOK, JARED ROSS
COOK, JOSHUA DELANEY
COOK, RONNIE J
COOK, SPENCER WILLIAM
COOPER, PHILLIP JASON
COOPER, STACY JO
CORDOVA, ANGELA RENEE
CORDOVA, RACHAEL KAY
CORTES, CHILANO
COSBY, WILLIAM
COTTON, JAMES L
COWHERD, CANDACE ANN
COX, JASON JEFFREY
COX, WENDY MARIE
CRADEUR, BEVERLY
CROSSLAND, HEATHER NICHOLE
CULPEPPER, TODD MATTHEW
CUMMINGS, MIKE JR
CURRY, RICKY J
DAIGLE, SHAWNA E
DANIELS, SHELLY LARANCE
DARDEN, TIMOTHY PAUL
DAUGHERTY, RYAISHA DYNAE
DAVIS, COREY OMAR
DAVIS, TIFFANY MICHELLE
DEAN, DYLAN HAYES
DEARMAN, MATTHEW SHANE
DELACRUZ-RAMIREZ, JOEL
DEMARANVILLE, DOUGLASS WAYNE I
DEMPSEY, MORGAN MAREE
DENBY, CODY WAYNE
DILLEY, ADAM SETH
DIXON, SUSIE VICTORIA
DODD, JESSICA ARTRAILA RHODES
DOGGETT, JODIE L
DOUGLAS, ANDERSON DEWAYNE
DOUGLAS, DOMINIQUE ANTJUAN
DOWNING, BOBBY JACK
DOWNS, KARRIE WILBANKS
DRIVER, TRISTON JAMAR
DUARTE, JACINTA MARTINEZ
DUNCAN, DARRIN
EADEN, LAKEISHA MICHELLE
EASON, GEORGE MICHAEL
EASTMAN, REBECCA ELIZABETH
EAVES, RACHEL LEA
EAVES, REBEKAH
EAVES, REBEKAH LANE
ECKLES, JESSIKA LEIGHANN
EDDINS, ANGELA JONES
EDDINS, JUDD WESLEY
EDWARDS, ALTON
EILERS, MICHELLE JEAENE
ELDRIDGE, JEFFREY COLTON
ELLIOTT, HENRY PAUL
ENRIQUEZ-OLVERA, GERMAN
ESCOBEDO, JOHN
ESPINDOLA, CARLOS
ESPINOSA, MARCO ANTONIO GARCIA
ESTES, TIFFANY
EVANS, CHARMEON LASHANQUINE
EVANS, HALEY
EVANS, KALACEIA SHUNTREZ
EVANS, MARCUS ANTHONY
EVANS, QUINITA LATAUSHA
FAJARDO, EULALIA
FALCON, PHILLIPE ONEAL
FENLEY, JEFFERY SCOTT
FLORES, JOSE LUIS
FLORES, SANDRA I.
FLORES-RAMIREZ, DIMAS
FLOURNOY, WESLEY JAMES
FONDREN, KAYLA KATHRYN
FOOTS, RUSSELL LEWIS
FORD, DONNIE RAY
FORREST, DAVID JACEN
FRENSLEY, CHARLES DEVAN
FULLER, KEVIN DWAYNE
GAGE, WESLEY ADAM
GALLEGOS, JOSE JUAN
GALLOW, LINNIE LEE
GAMINO, JESUS OMAL
GANN, JESSE
GARCIA, ALMA
GARCIA, CANDACE RENEE
GARCIA, EVA
GARCIA, ISMAEL MENDOZA
GARCIA, JOSE
GARCIA, RAFAEL BALCAZAR
GARCIA-ALVARADO, LUCAS A
GARCIA-LAMAS, ELIDIO
GARCIE, STEPHEN ANGELO
GARDNER, JOANN
GARDNER, TKEYAH ADRIANNA
GARNER, OMAR
GARRETT, CONCIA LADESIREE
GARRETT, COREY JEROME
GARRETT, JUSTIN JEROME
GARRETT, SHAUNQUITHA NICHELLE
GELDARD, ROBERT MYERS
GENTRY, WILLIAM TAYLOR
GEORGE, SHAYLON DAWN
GERARDO, JOSE LUGO
GILCHRIST, JOSHUA LEE
GILES, KATORIA DONIESE
GILLEON, TY GARRETT
GILLETTE, ADAM NATHANIEL
GODSEY, RALPH
GOMEZ, ARTEMISA
GOMEZ, MARTIN
GOMEZ, RICARDO
GONZALES, RYAN ALEXANDER
GONZALEZ, ANTOLIN MARTINEZ
GONZALEZ, NAYELI
GONZALEZ, OMAR ALEJANDRO
GONZALEZ, PEPE
GONZALEZ, PERFECTO MAX
GONZALEZ, SAFERINO
GONZALEZ-MARTINEZ, YOLANDA
GONZALEZ-PAREDES, JOSE IVAN
GOODWIN, JONAS DEWAUN
GOTREAUX, DUSTIN ROSS
GRAHAM, PAUL BRYAN
GRAVES, CARRIE E
GREEN, DONTE JACOVEE
GREEN, SAMUEL DAVIS
GREENE, RAVEN SHARLENE
GREGORY, AUSTIN AARON
GREGORY, SHANNE SHEQUAN
GRIFFIN, ANTHONY EARL
GRIFFIN, LEREGINALD RENADO
GUIDRY, EARL JOSEPH
GUNTER, JOSEPH KEITH
GUTIERREZ, JOSE A
GUZMAN-LAGUNA, ENRIQUE
HAGGERTY, KENDRICK DERRELL
HAILOUZ, JAMAL
HALE, FLESHA KAY
HALL, LASHELDA
HALL, TONY WAYNE JR
HAMBLEN, JOHN RICHARD
HAMILTON, CLIFTON BENARD
HAMILTON, IVAN EARL
HAMILTON, MACK HENRY
HAMMERS, CHRISTINA
HARDEN, SHAQUEENA DAROSA
HARPER, RODRIQUEZ LANEZ
HARRIS, ABISHAI DURANT
HARRIS, DEJUAN SHAMAR
HARRIS, JUSTIN LEE
HARRIS, MARLICIA DJONMIKA
HARRIS, SANDRA KAY
HARRIS, WILLIE CLYDE
HARVEY, STEPHEN LEE
HATHORN, JACKIE WRIGHT
HAWKINS, LATOYA
HAYNES, HOWARD GENE
HEAVIRLAND, KIMBERLY D
HENDRICKS, BILLY KYLE
HENDRICKS, DEREK WAYNE
HENDRY, JOSHUA KENT
HENRY, GEORGE LEE
HENRY, TONY RAY
HERNANDEZ, MARICELA RAMIREZ
HERNANDEZ, MARTA
HERNANDEZ, ROBERTO GUZMAN
HERNANDEZ, YESENIA
HEWITT, LYNTROY
HICKS, KEELY LAREEN
HIDALGO, SAUL DEDIOS
HIGHTOWER, ALEXANDRIA SIMONE
HIGHTOWER, JARED ALLEN DEWAYNE
HILL, JALISA MONA
HILL, JONATHAN LEE
HINES, CHATRICK TYRONE
HODGE, BRIAN TIMOTHY JR
HODGE, SYLVIA JEANETT
HOFFMAN, BRANDON JAMES
HOLBROOK, LOGAN TYLER
HOLLOWAY, ASHLEY ANNETTE
HOLMAN, CHARRIKA DANIELLE
HOLMAN, CHELSEY
HOLMAN, CHELSEY
HOLMES, BENNY EARL
HOLT, WENDY KALEEN
HOOK, JAMES MATTHEW
HOOPER, CURTIS DEWAYNE
HOPKINS, JUSTIN ADAM
HOWARD, AARON EARL
HOWARD, CASSANDRA
HOWARD, CHRISTOPHER JOEL
HOWELL, THOMAS DARRELL
HUBBARD, ANDRIA CHARMINE
HUBBARD, J L
HUBBARD, JAMISHA
HUBBARD, MARK DEWAYNE
HUBBARD, SHELIA R
HUDSON, DYLAN WAYNE
HUGHES, BRANDY MICHELE
HUGHES, LISA FAYE
HUNT, DEMARCUS KENYUN
HUNT, SHAMEKA
HUSBAND, SHAE MACHELL
HUTTO, SHELIA LYNN
INGALLS, TINA MARIE
INGRAM, TIORA LACOLE
ISAAC, DAYREION DONANTER
JACKSON, DAVID P II
JACKSON, JAMES RAY
JACKSON, MARQUIS
JACKSON, REBECCA SUE
JACKSON, ROBERT WAYNE
JACKSON, RODNEY DEWAYNE
JANKOWIAK, SHAWN ALAN
JARONITZKY, STEPHEN FOSTER JR
JASSO, JESSICA DORA
JENKINS, CEDRIC
JENKINS, DOMINIC TERRELL
JERNIGAN, AMANDA KAYE/WALLER
JIMENEZ, EZEQUIAS
JINKINS, JESSE PAT III
JOBES, SHERRIE RENEE
JOHNSON, ALEASIER LANELL
JOHNSON, BOBBY GLENN
JOHNSON, COREKA MONIQUE
JOHNSON, DANIELLE RENEE
JOHNSON, EVERETT JEROME
JOHNSON, JACOREY SEMON
JOHNSON, JENNIFER ANTIONETTE
JOHNSON, MIRACLE A
JOHNSON, MITCHELL REAGAN
JOHNSON, MONROE III
JOHNSON, NAKEDRA MECOLE
JOHNSON, SHANQUANA DALNISHA
JOHNSON, TIMOTHY PAUL
JOHNSON, TREY
JONES, DAMEON MARCEL
JONES, DAMION RASHOD
JONES, MCKENZIE HOPE
JONES, ROBERT JOSEPH
JONES, RODERICK
JONES, SARAH DENISE
JONES, TAMMIE RACHIAL
JUAREZ, ALEJANDRO OJEDA
KEELE, JUDITH FLEMING
KENDRICK, SHANE MARK
KIRLIN, KORY RICHARD
KUYKENDALL, DANNY PAUL JR
LANDAVERDE, JOSE A
LANDEROS, ULLOA IDANIA DEL CARMEN
LANE, TAMAREIA
LARA, CHRISTIAN
LARA, RIGOBERTO
LAWERY, KEVIN
LAWRENCE, SAMUEL STEPHEN
LEE, ANTWYONE REGINA
LEE, MARY FANCHER
LEE, THOMAS C
LEON, JUAN LUIS
LINDSEY, CODY SCOTT
LISTER, KEVIN DEON
LITAOUI, OLLIE
LITTON, DEMARCUS DEVON
LONG, CHARLIE DIVONNE
LOPEZ, CLAUDIA GARZA
LOPEZ, GISIEL
LOPEZ, JUAN
LOPEZ, LUIS HERNANDEZ
LOPEZ, RAFAEL PINEDA
LOPEZ, SUSANA
LOPEZ-MARTINEZ, OTONIEL
LOVE, KEITH BERNARD
LOVELL, CASSIE ANN
MACIAS, JUAN
MALONE, HAROLD ASIA JR
MALONE, SABRINA
MANCHACK, SARAH ABRIELE
MARRERO, PEDRO
MARSHALL, TRAVION MONTREZ
MARTIN, ANGEL LAGAIL
MARTIN, JODY ALLEN
MARTIN, TYLER
MARTINEZ RODRIGUEZ, CLAUDIA N
MARTINEZ, BEATRIZ
MARTINEZ, BRAULIO
MARTINEZ, FATIMA
MARTINEZ, FRANCISCO
MARTINEZ, JOSE ISABEL
MARTINEZ, MANUEL
MARTINEZ, MEGUEL
MARTY, DEBRA MORMAN
MATHIS, JESSICA LYNN
MAXEY, TAKOSHA MEOSHE
MAYFIELD, WILLIAM
MCBEE, TARA ANN
MCCAA, MEAGAN HELAINE
MCCOLLISTER, DAKOTA
MCCOLLISTER, ERIC LAKEITH
MCCOLLISTER, MELISA MEANN
MCCOLLISTER, ROSHAYLA DIANE
MCDONALD, NORMAN GAYLE
MCGREW, SHANNA DANYLE
MCMULLEN, RUSSELL DAVE
MEDLEY, JONATHON KEITH
MENDEZ, ALBERTO COYACTLE
MENDOZA, JOSE
MESHELL, MITCHELL P
MESHELL-REIN, NATALIE CHRISTA
MICHEL, JARED KYLE
MICHONSKI, BRITTNEY SHEA
MICKLES, ASHLEY M
MILLER, DEBRIYONIA LASHAWNTEIA
MILLER, LAURIE MAYO
MILLS, CHRISTY
MILLS, CHRISTY BORDERS
MIMS, DAVID QUINCY
MITCHELL, BRODERICK DESHON
MITCHELL, DESILU DLANE
MITCHELL, TIMOTHY SCOTT
MONTELONGO, HUGO DAVID
MORALES, RIGOBERTO CORNELIO
MOSES, MATTHEW RYAN
MOUTON, ALICE SHANTELL
MUNOZ, NOE SEGURA
MURPHY, CHAD ALAN
MURPHY, DYLAN DEAN
MURRAY, CHRISTOPHER BOYD
NAQUIN, TREY MICHAEL
NASH, JOSEPH RAY
NAVA, DAISY
NAVA, SEBASTIAN INDALECIO
NEAL, STEPHANI MICHELE
NELSON, CODY LEE
NICHOLS, HEATH LAINE
NICKERSON, ARTIS JAMES
NOBLES, SEDARRIN DE SHAWN
NORRIS, LANDRY GENE JR
NORWOOD, LYNSIE
NU, LAH
OH, JOON YEOL
OJEDA, ODILON
OLSSON, GARRETT WADE
ONTIVEREZ, ANTONIO
ORITZ, JUAN
OROZCO, REYNALDO
ORTIZ, JESUS
OWEN, CODY ALLEN
OWENS, JACOBY JAMALL
OWENS, MARVIN
OWENS, THERESA ELLEN
PADRON, RITO
PARKER, MISTY DAWN
PARKER, TIERRA
PARKS, LANCE LEE
PARKS, SHANOVEIAH CONSANDRA
PARMER, LESA TYLER
PARRIE, ERVIN W JR
PATIN, BRANDON JOSEPH
PATTERSON, JAMES VAUGHN
PATTON, TRAVIS
PAYNE, MICHELLE NICOLE
PECINA-ACUNA, ADAN
PENA, MARY GAIL
PENA, MIGUEL
PENNINGTON, CHINITRA CYNTA
PERALAS, CARLOS
PERALTA, CIRO JR
PEREZ, BRENDA RODRIGUEZ
PEREZ, JESUS ANGEL JR
PEREZ, ROGELO PEREZ
PEREZ, ROLONDO
PETERSON, GREGORY LENELL JR.
PETTAWAY, JEANICOLE NAJEE
PIERCE, JENNIFFER MICHELLE
PINKSTON, KANDACE MICHELLE
PITTS, TIWANEKA NEICHELLE
POLK, HOLLIS WILSON
POLK, JAMES ARTHUR JR
POLLEY, LANIKA ROCHELLE
POLLEY, SEBRENA JANAEE
POLLEY, STEPHANIE RONA
POLLEY, TIMOTHY ANTONIO
POSADAS, FRANCISCO
PRESTON, JERMAINE TERRENCE
PROVOST, JOSEPH DARNELL
PUGH, CURTIS LEE
RAINES, ALVIN KEITH
RAMEY, ALTON EARL
RAMIREZ, JOEL DELACRUZ
RAMIREZ, MARIA
RAMIREZ, SANTIAGO CHABLE
RAMIREZ-REYES, ROGELIO
RANDALL, JACOB O
RATCLIFF, SHAMARCUS LEDELL
RATCLIFF, YOLANDA KEANYA
RATHER, YONDI
RAYMOND, THOMAS DUANE
REDMOND, KEAUNDRA NASHAWN
REH, KLAW
RESENDEZ, YOSSIO
REYES, ISMAEL JR
REYNOLDS, MATTHEW RYAN
RICHARDSON, CHRISTINA MICHELLE
RICHARDSON, GEORGE III
RICHARDSON, LA DEIRDRE DARNAE
RIDGEWAY, RAYMOND ANTHONY
RIGGS, CASEY RICHARD
RIOS, ARTURO
RIVAS-GAMBRA, CHRISTIAN ALEJANDRO
RIVERA, CARLOS JR
RIVERS, TIFFANY L
ROARK, ETHAN ALLEN EDWARD
ROBERTS, JACQUELYN DESHAN
ROBERTSON, BRANDON MICHAEL
ROBERTSON, CHRISTOPHER DE SHAUN
ROBINS, ANDRE
ROBINSON, MONICA MICHELLE
ROBISON, DERRICK WAYNE
RODRIGUEZ, ENRIQUE
RODRIGUEZ, JESSICA
RODRIGUEZ, JOE
RODRIGUEZ, OSCAR ALMEIDA
RODRIGUEZ-MONREAL, JOSE ROBERTO
ROJAS, LAZARO
ROLLAND, THOMAS MARKELL
ROSS, SHANQUITA DYTRECE
RUBINS, JOHN
RUCKER, SAKEIDRIC TYRONE
RUIZ, EMIGDIO FLORENZIO
RUIZ, JOANNA
RUIZ-PEREZ, JOSE LUIS
RUSHTON, JOSIE
RUSSELL, RONALD KEITH
RUSSO, ANTHONY MICHAEL
SALAS, JONATHAN LAWRENCE
SALAZAR, RAYMOND GILBERT
SALAZAR-GONZALEZ, GEMA
SALINAS, GISELLE
SANCHEZ, RAMUALDO CASTILLO
SANCHEZ, ROGERT CORREA
SANCHEZ, SANDY ISABEL
SANDERS, DAVID WAYNE
SANDERS, JEROME MAC
SANDERS, PRISCILLA NELSHALL
SANDOVAL, FRANCISCO ALVAREZ
SANTIAGO, PEDRO MALDONADO
SANTOS, ISREAL AGUILAR
SAVORE, GERSHUNANA KENYANANA
SEGUNDO, GUEVARA
SHEPPARD, HEATH EUGENE
SHIELDS, STACIE QUINN
SIMMONS, RANDY ALAN
SIMON, GARY PATRICK II
SIMPSON, ADRAIN DEJUAN
SIMS, MICHEAL DEWAYNE
SLAYDON, TONYA SUE
SMALL, STEPHANIE MARIA
SMITH, BRITTEN BERNARD
SMITH, BRITTNEY NICOLE
SMITH, CAROLYN ELIZABETH
SMITH, CHELCE LEIGHANN
SMITH, JAMES CARLTON
SMITH, JIMMY G
SMITH, JOE CLYDE
SMITH, KEVIN D
SMITH, PAUL JR
SMITH, WARNETTA TYRICE
SNIDER, RICKY LYNN
SOPHUS, TAMIKA
SOTO, RAFAEL LAMAR
SOWELL, SAVANNAH MARIE
SPARKS, CHAYCE MATTHEW
SPERLING, AIMEE RAE
STANDLEY, GREGORY DELCHRISTOP
STEPHENS, DAVID GERARD
STEPP, DEVON RAY
STEWARD, PERTISHA MICHELL
STOMBER, MATTHEW QUINN
STOUT, KATIE JO
STRONG, NANCY GRANT
SUASTE-LEON, JUAN
SUELL, BLANDELL
SUELL, JOE LEWIS JR
SUER, RICHARD HENRY JR.
SWEET, ANTHONY DAVID
TAYLOR, RODRIQUEZ MIGUEL
TAYLOR, TARA LANETTE
TERRANCE, VERNELL GATLIN
THOMAS, DAYNA KAROLL
THOMAS, DEMMERICK KIADLAMON
THOMAS, ELIZABETH SUE
THOMAS, JENNIFER VEATRICE
THOMAS, MICHAEL ANTHONY
THOMAS, MICHAEL DEWAYNE
THOMPSON, CONTESHA
THOMPSON, JOHN MELVIN III
THORNTON, RICHARD GLENN JR
THROWER, CURTIS ALLEN JR
TILLOTSON, DAVID VINCENT
TIPPS, JAVENSEN HOWARD
TOTRE, JOSE
TUCKER, RICHARD COLE
VALDEZ, ESTEBAN M
VASQUEZ, JOSE HERNANDEZ
VAUGHN, SAMANTHA KAY
VAZQUEZ, FEDERICO
VERGARA, GERMAN JR
VIGIL, CARMEN GONZALEZ-ALEMAN
VILLARREAL, BELINDA
VILLEGAS, CRISTIAN OSWALDO
VILLEGAS, NOHEMI
WADE, BILLY WAYNE
WADE, DEVEREK DIVANTWUN
WADKINS, KATTIE BRANDIE
WAGONER, TYRUS
WAGSTAFF, GLORIA JEAN
WAGSTAFF, LANCE ALLEN
WARD, SHAWNA MARIE
WARREN, DARINDA WHITLOCK TAYLOR
WASHINGTON, SHERREL LATRECE
WEBER, REBECCA
WHEELER, CHARLES WESLEY
WHELESS, HEATHER NICOLE
WHELESS, SUMMER DANNELLE
WHITAKER, MATARYA QUENTA
WHITE, PATSHALLA MICHELLE
WHITLEY, MICHAEL WANE
WIGGINS, DAVID JR
WILLEFORD, MIRANDA KAE
WILLIAMS, DEDRICK
WILLIAMS, DOUGLAS WAYNE JR
WILLIAMS, HOLLIS JAMES
WILLIAMS, JERON BAKEIL
WILLIAMS, JULIE MARSHALL
WILLIAMS, JUSTIN CLAY
WILLIAMS, RODNEY DEMOND
WILLIS, SHAYLA JADE
WILSON, TRE-XENA
WISE, JOHNATHAN
WOODHATCH, DANIEL BLADE-SANFORD
WRIGHT, BICKEY
WYATTS, MIKE
YANES, JESUS
YARBROUGH, JONATHAN DEWAYNE
YARBROUGH, PATRICIA MONAE
YOUNG, KELLEY K
YOUNG, YNASHA SHERUA
ZAMORA, KEVIN JACOB
ZAMORANO, JOSE
ZAMUDIO, HERIBERTO AGUILAR
ZARAZUA, JOSE ANTONIO

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McDaniel Arrested


 

 

 

UPDATE: McDaniel was arrested Feb. 23 at 11:58 a.m. on CR 1443 in Center. 

 

 

 
Center Crime Stoppers is seeking information on the whereabouts of John Cody McDaniel, 34, of Center. McDaniel has active felony warrants for Burglary of a Habitation (F-2) and Burglary of a Building (F-4).
 
McDaniel is described as a white male, 6’0” tall, weighing 170 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. He has tattoos on his arms and back.
 
Center Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information. Anyone who has information should call Center Crime Stoppers at 936-598-SAFE (7233) or submit a tip online atwww.centercrimestoppers.com. Remember you don't have to give your name. All calls and cash rewards are completely anonymous. Rewards will only be paid on tips submitted through the Center Crime Stoppers system.
 
If a caller does not wish to remain anonymous or receive a reward, they may call the Shelby County Sheriff's Office at 936-598-5600 or 936-572-1468 and speak with Chief Deputy DJ Dickerson.
 
If anyone is found to be hindering the apprehension, harboring or concealing, providing or aiding with any means of avoiding arrest or effecting escape or warns McDaniel of impending discovery or apprehension will be arrested and charged in accordance to Penal Code 38.05 Hindering Apprehension or Prosecution, a Felony 3 offense.

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San Augustine Wolf Update


 

 

The Wolf Pack were down by 10 points but stormed back to win 67-63! Next up are the Pirates of Deweyville! Gametime is 7:00 pm this Friday (Feb 24) at Woodville HS Gymnasium. AWESOME WIN and GO WOLVES!

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Cram the Coliseum


 

 

 

 

The SFA Ladyjack and Lumberjack basketball teams are ready for Cram the Coliseum when they take on Northwestern State on Thursday, March 2. The women's game begins at 5:30 p.m., and the men's game will start at 8 p.m. in the William R. Johnson Coliseum at the intersection of E. College St. and University Dr.
 
"Cram the Coliseum is the perfect opportunity for the community to support the partnership the Nacogdoches County Chamber has with SFA Athletics," said Ted Smith, chamber of commerce Vice Chairman Community Development. "Plus, we are looking at a high-level of rivalry with Northwestern State, so no one would want to miss these games."
 
All Nacogdoches County Chamber members received 10 tickets in the February mail packet.
 
"The tickets can be shared with anyone, including employees and coworkers, clients and customers, family and friends," Smith said. "A limited number of tickets are also available and ready for pick up at the chamber."
 
Cram the Coliseum tickets are compliments of SFA Athletics Department. For all SFA athletic event schedules, please visit www.sfajacks.com. Go to www.nacogdoches.org for more information about this and other Nacogdoches County Chamber events or call 936-560-5533.
 
 
 

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Shelby County Lifestock Show


 

February 23, 2017 - Plans for the 2017 Annual Shelby County Livestock Show are set.  The show will be held on Thursday, March 2rd at the Shelby County Expo Center.  The sale will be held Saturday, March 4th, at the John Dean Windham Civic Center, meal starting at 6:00PM.
 
Weigh in of the market animals will begin at 7:30 a.m. and continue until 9:00 a.m.  The show will start at 10:00 a.m. with Rabbits and the Lambs, the Goats, Swine and Cattle will follow.  The Rabbits will be judged by Sherry Poindexter.  Carl Muntean, will judge lambs, goats, swine and cattle.  Kristen Powers, Show Emcee, stated, “I am excited about this year’s show with all the hard work and dedication that the exhibitors have put towards their animal projects.  There are over 105 entries at this show which are trying to be selected for the auction and premium awards.”  
 
Last year’s sale Champion steer was purchased by Hawkeye Hunting Club.   Border’s Poultry Supply and Heritage Land Bank won the bid for the Champion Swine.  Farmer’s State Bank purchased the Champion goat, and Texas State Bank, Shelby Veterinary Associates, Cockrell Farms, Toledo Finance Corp., Shoop Insurance/LPL Financial/Cash Now, 96 Equipment Inc.,  and Steel Building Supply bought the Champion lamb.
 
The Bar-B-Que for the buyer’s and exhibitors will start at 6:00 p.m. followed by the auction at 7:00 p.m. at the Windham Civic Center. “If you have a chance, come and see what the youth of Shelby County have been doing with their time.”  Stated Lane Dunn, County Extension Agent. “The Shelby County Livestock show continues to grow each year which in part is due to the continued support of our youth by local businesses and the community.” The public is invited to attend the events of the day and support the youth of our county.
 

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Controlled Burn National Forest Service


 

 

Officials with the National Forests and Grasslands in Texas, Sabine National Forest, have advised a prescribed burn located in Compartment 30,37-41, 4,943 acres. This area is located in Ragtown. Winds are predicted from the South at 10-15mph. Please see the attached map of the projected burn areas.  
 
If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Sabine Ranger District office at: 
(409-625-1940)
 
 

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Nacogdoches Film Festival


 

 

 

 

 

The sixth annual Nacogdoches Film Festival, a celebration of the art and entertainment of film in all its forms, will take place this weekend beginning tomorrow through Sunday, Feb. 26, in downtown Nacogdoches, on campus and other venues in town.
 
Funds raised by the festival help provide scholarships to film students in SFA’s College of Fine Arts, and also provide financial assistance to the annual SFA Summer Feature Film Production.
 
This year’s event includes a star-studded lineup of featured guests, including Oscar-nominated screenwriter and director Al Reinert, who wrote the screenplay for Apollo 13.
 

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Shelbyville Band Boosters Meeting


 

The Shelbyville Band Boosters will be having their regular monthly meeting on Monday, February 27th at 6pm in the Band Hall.   Parents are urged to attend.
 

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Timpson Bear Update Groundbreaking Ceremony


 

 

 

 

Timpson ISD Bear Update
2/23/2017
 
 
The Groundbreaking for the Timpson ISD construction and improvement project was at 10:00 a.m. at the fieldhouse area (at the south end of the football field).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Track Update - The Jr. High Track meet that was previously scheduled for February 20th is rescheduled for Monday, February 27th @ Alto.
 
There will be no Jr. High track meet @ Groveton on Friday March 3rd.
 

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Tiger Daily Tiger Bus


 

Tiger Daily
 
 
 
Please visit our district web page for other details on our school:
www.tenahaisd.com
 
(The calendar provides the most up to date events)
 
 
 
February 23, 2017-Report Cards; 6:30 pm at Angelina College-Tigers vs
Broaddus
 
February 24, 2017-Lady Tigers at Leon HS 7:30 pm; Early Release 1:30 pm
 
February 25, 2017-Lady Tigers at Leon HS 12 Noon if WIN
 
February 27, 2017-Yellowjacket Relays in Alto-JH Track
 
March 2, 2017-Test Training; Texas History Month; HS Track-Groveton Relays
 
March 3, 2017- HS Groveton Relays in Groveton; Texas Flag Day
 
March 7, 2017-JH Track-Garrison Relays
 
March 9, 2017-HS Track-Garrison Relays
 
 
 
Tigers Look to Move Through Area Against Broaddus
 
Tonight at 6:30 PM the Tiger Boys Basketball team looks to advance to the
Region III Quarterfinals against the Broaddus Bulldogs at Angelina College.
The Tigers relied on a stifling 3rd quarter defensive effort Tuesday against
New Summerfield on their way to the Bi-District win.  Tickets tonight are $5
for adults and $3 for students.  District 22-2A and 23-2A passes will be
accepted. 
 
 
 
 
 
Holiday Hoops Part II??
 
Tomorrow in Jewett, TX at Leon High School, a second version of the Holiday
Hoops tourney is on hand.  That's right, the Class 2A Region III Tournament
features three schools that walked away from Holiday Hoops as trophy
winners. The only "non-Holiday Hoops" team is Woden.  In the first game,
Holiday Hoops 3rd Place winner and the state's #2 ranked LaPoynor Flyerettes
will take on Woden at 5:00 PM.  The night cap features the 5th place
Centerville Tigers from Holiday Hoops and our very own #8 ranked Holiday
Hoops runners-up, the Tenaha Lady Tigers.  
 
Across other regional tournaments in girls' action, three additional Holiday
Hoops participants have also advanced to their respective Regional
tournaments.  Lipan will be represented in Class A Region III, as will Dodd
City.  And in Class 2A Region II, Holiday Hoops Tournament Champion and
State ranked #1 Martins Mill will participate.  What a tribute to the Tenaha
brand and tradition that so many of the state's very best programs choose us
to hone their skills during the Holidays.
 
 
 
 
 
FAN BUS INFORMATION FOR LADY TiGERS GAME
 
LOCATION: Leon High School, Jewett, Texas
 
PRICE: $20.00 for adults and $15.00 for students includes roundtrip for one
person and admission into the game.  Meals are not included in the ticket
price. 
 
TIMES:  Charter Bus will leave @ 3:30 pm sharp from the Tiger parking lot.
The bus will return immediately following the game.  The return trip is
non-stop also.
 
BUS TICKETS:  To purchase a seat on the charter bus, see Regina Tovar in the
High School Office.  Your seat is reserved when payment is received.  Only
55 seats available.  
 
ALL STUDENTS/CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.  STUDENTS IN GRADES
9-12 MAY RIDE THE FAN BUS WITHOUT AN ADULT.  
 
**If the Lady Tigers win they will play Saturday at 12 pm.  A fan bus will
be provided.  Tickets for the fan bus Saturday will be $20 for adults and
$15.00 for students (includes admission to game) on a first come first serve
basis on site.  The bus will depart from Tiger parking lot at 8:30 am.  The
bus will return to Tenaha immediately following the game.  Both trips will
be non-stop.
 

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Short United Methodist Church Singing and Fellowship


 

 

Short United Methodist Church Invites you to come and enjoy an evening of Singing and Fellowship will be held at 4:00 P.M. Sunday, February 26, 2017 There will be congregational singing   as   well as special music for all to enjoy.  So bring a song or two and a covered dish.  We look forward to seeing you.  For more information contact: Kenny or Lisa Harris 936-332-5619
 

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NOTICE OF DEADLINE TO FILE APPLICATIONS FOR PLACE ON THE BALLOT


 

 
 
 
Notice is hereby given that applications for a place on the City of Joaquin Special Election ballot may be filed during the following time: 
 
Filing Dates and Times: 
Start Date: February 22, 2017  End Date March 6, 2017 
 Office Hours:8 a.m. – 4p.m. Monday – Friday 
Physical address for filing applications in person for place on the ballot: 
 
124 N. Preston
Joaquin, Texas 75954
 
 Address to mail applications for place on the ballot (if filing by mail): 
P.O. Box 237
Joaquin, Texas 75954
 
 
______AmandaWilley_____________
Printed Name of Filing Officer 
 
 

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Mission Dolores March Lunch and Learn


 

HER - STORY: WOMEN IN THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS
 
 
SAN AUGUSTINE, Texas —  Grab your lunch and a friend and head down to Mission Dolores State Historic Site on Friday, March 24th at 12:00 p.m. for the monthly “Lunch and Learn” program! 
 
The program, “Women in the Republic of Texas” will highlight the roles of several women with ties to East Texas in the formation of the Republic of Texas. As part of the City of San Augustine tricentennial celebration, Mission Dolores will hold similar lunchtime programs once a month throughout 2017, chronologically covering a variety of topics related to East Texas history. 
 
“We are excited that Weldon McDaniel, President of the Sabine County Historical Commission, will be a guest speaker for the program,” said Brooke Bonorden, site educator/interpreter at Mission Dolores State Historic Site. “What better way to celebrate Women’s History Month than by honoring notable East Texas women?!” Mr. McDaniel will supplement his program with exhibit panels, which will be on display at Mission Dolores State Historic Site for two weeks following the Lunch and Learn program.
 
Admission is free and the program will run from 12:00–1:00 p.m. Mission Dolores State Historic Site is currently open Tuesday through Sunday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. For more information, please call 936-275-3815.
 
 
 

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Weather Update


 

 

Today - Record highs with a strong dome of HIGH pressure centered over us. We can expect to see mid 80's for a highs across the Region and Deep East Texas area.  Also expected are winds today of 15-20 mph. This is the reason the NWS Shreveport to have issued a Lake Wind Advisory that does include the Deep East Texas area. 
 
Significant wind will continue tomorrow with a LOW pressure cold front blowing through. The front is really very dry...West Texas like 20-25% humidity will be the norm. 
This cold front and dry air will bring our day time highs to more normal 60's with 40's at night for this week end.
 
A series of upper air disturbances will bring a shift in temperatures back into the 70's for highs and mid to upper 40's for lows, return the winds from the South, and load us with enough moisture from the Gulf to bring us slight chances for rain Monday thru Thursday.....although...only a total of 1/4 to 1/2 inch.  Below: This graphic is an activity you might want to consider for March 11th at the NWS Shreveport Center. I made a tour of the NWS Center and assisted with a balloon launch last year . It was very informative and it is a very worth while event even without all the other things going on with the activity booths & vendors. 
 
The balloon launch is at noon and is a real treat!!!
 
 

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Crime Stoppers Seeking Help Locating Man


 

Center Crime Stoppers is seeking information on the whereabouts of John Cody McDaniel, 34, of Center. McDaniel has active felony warrants for Burglary of a Habitation (F-2) and Burglary of a Building (F-4).
 
McDaniel is described as a white male, 6’0” tall, weighing 170 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. He has tattoos on his arms and back.
 
Center Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information. Anyone who has information should call Center Crime Stoppers at 936-598-SAFE (7233) or submit a tip online atwww.centercrimestoppers.com. Remember you don't have to give your name. All calls and cash rewards are completely anonymous. Rewards will only be paid on tips submitted through the Center Crime Stoppers system.
 
If a caller does not wish to remain anonymous or receive a reward, they may call the Shelby County Sheriff's Office at 936-598-5600 or 936-572-1468 and speak with Chief Deputy DJ Dickerson.
 
If anyone is found to be hindering the apprehension, harboring or concealing, providing or aiding with any means of avoiding arrest or effecting escape or warns McDaniel of impending discovery or apprehension will be arrested and charged in accordance to Penal Code 38.05 Hindering Apprehension or Prosecution, a Felony 3 offense.
 

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Sons of Confederate Veterans Monthly Meeting


 

"Monday, February 27, 2017 - The Capt. Jesse Amason Camp # 282 Sons of Confederate Veterans will hold their regular monthly meeting February 27, 2017 at the Las Margaritas Restaurant, 110 Nacogdoches St., Center at 6:30 PM.  Come join us as we honor our Confederate Ancestors!  All interested parties are encouraged to attend, and any male descendant of a confederate soldier who was in good standing is eligible to join. The public is welcome. Those wishing to eat are asked to arrive about 6:00 PM so you’ll be ready for the program. Contact Jim Barrett (936) 254-2618 for additional information." 
 

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Rocking Axes History of Rock


 

 
The Stephen F. Austin State University College of Fine Arts School of Music will present The Rockin’ Axes performing “The History of Rock” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 30, in the Twilight Ballroom of the Baker Pattillo Student Center on the SFA campus.
 
The high-energy concert will feature music originally recorded by rock and pop favorites Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Michael Jackson and Earth, Wind and Fire. The Contemporary Ensemble will also perform several Stevie Wonder hits during the concert.
 
Admission is free. For more information, call the SFA Fine Arts Box Office at (936) 468-6407 or (888) 240-ARTS or visit www.finearts.sfasu.edu.

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Drug Bust in DeSoto Parish


 

Sheriff Rodney Arbuckle wanted to inform the public of a narcotics arrest following a traffic stop on Interstate 49.  On February 14, 2017 at about 8:34 a.m., deputies working speed enforcement on Interstate 49 conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for traveling 91 mph in the 75 mph posted zone.
The deputy made contact with the driver, identified as Considine Shermin Williams Jr. (B/M - DOB: 08/27/1981) of Shreveport, LA, and informed him of the reason for the stop.  During the detention, the deputy smelled what he believed to be burnt marijuana coming from the passenger area of the vehicle and observed what appeared to be a partially burnt marijuana cigarette in the vehicle. Williams was questioned in reference to the observations and admitted to having smoked marijuana in the vehicle.  Consent was given to search the vehicle for illegal narcotics.  Williams was secured in a patrol vehicle and a backup deputy arrived to assist with the vehicle search.  Deputies located a sum of money in the console and a large duffle bag containing marijuana in the trunk of the vehicle.  Narcotics investigators later determined the sum of money totaled $3,003.00 and the marijuana was weighed to be 727 grams, or about 1.6 pounds. Williams was placed under arrest for Speeding and Possession of Schedule I CDS with Intent to Distribute.  He was transported to DeSoto Parish Detention Center where he was booked on the charges.  He is currently being held on bonds totaling
$75,292.50.
 
 

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Fourth university-wide campus reading session to take place Today


 

Fourth university-wide campus reading session to take place Thursday
 
All faculty and staff members who registered to receive a copy of the selected campus reading, “The Undergraduate Experience,” are invited to attend the fourth university-wide session at 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, in the Baker Pattillo Student Center Twilight Ballroom.
 
This session will be very important, as attendees will assist in creating concrete proposals for changes at SFA. The proposals will be based on ideas within the campus reading that received the greatest support during the three previous sessions.
 
Attendees will be able to work in groups on ideas they are most interested in. Proposals will be passed on to SFA vice presidents who will respond to ideas at a fifth and final plenary session Wednesday, March 29.
 
All readers are welcome to attend the session, regardless of whether or not they attended previous sessions.
 
Preregister for the session here. For more information, contact Megan Weatherly, instructional designer, at (936) 468-1735.

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TXDOT Celebrates 100 Years


 

TxDOT'S LUFKIN DISTRICT CELEBRATES 100 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE PEOPLE,
STATE OF TEXAS
 
 
On Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017 at 2p.m in Nacogdoches, TX on the brick street outside Nacogdoches City Hall, downtown Nacogdoches TxDOT will be celebrating their 100 year aniversary.
 
A restored, 27-foot-long 1918 Liberty Truck will help tell the district-by-district story of TxDOT's 100-year history. Along with the truck, the exhibit will feature historical photos, banners and backdrops highlighting significant dates and achievements. A TxDOT spokesperson and speakers will be available for interviews.
 
LUFKIN - The Texas Department of Transportation celebrates a century of service this year with a traveling exhibit and other events to highlight this ongoing and collaborative milestone.
From the earliest days of connecting farms and ranches to market, to the modern realities of multi-lane metropolitan highways, TxDOT now manages 80,000 miles of roadway. To commemorate this milestone, TxDOT invites the public to "Track the Truck" at TxDOT.gov/TxDOT100 and join in the celebration.
 
For media inquiries contact (936)633-4395 or Rhonda.Oaks@txdot.gov.
 

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Lilly Farms Nursery Opening


 

SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER
 
The Lily Farm owner, Mark Carpenter, invites the public to the opening of their 
nursery on Saturday, March 4.
 
Nacogdoches Rose
 
The Lily Farm Nursery has doubled in size from last year and now features a large
rose selection, exotic trees which include Italian Cypress and  Peppermint Peach
 Tree, fruit trees, blueberry and blackberry bushes.  He also carries several varieties
of landscaping bushes.
 
Peppermint Peach Tree
 
The nursery will be open Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. 
and closed on Sunday. The Lily Farm Nursery is located at 10056 Hwy 7 W 12 miles
 from Center on the right.
For more information please contact Mark Carpenter at 936-572-1962 or visit www.lilyfarm.com

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Shelbyville Playoff's


 

 
The Shelbyville Dragons are Bi-District Basketball Champions and will play
Pineywoods on Friday, Feb. 24, 2017 @ 7:00 pm at Central Heights High
School in  the Area Playoff Round.

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Panola Ponies Win!!!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panola men defeat nationally ranked Tyler Junior College in overtime, 82-78
 
 
Tyler, Texas – The Panola College men’s basketball team defeated 15th
ranked Tyler Junior College here Wednesday evening in overtime, 82-78. The
victory propels their record to 20-7 and 12-4 in Region 14 play. The win
gives the Ponies seven straight victories. “Our guys did a tremendous job
responding to adversity all game long.” Head Coach Grant McMillan
mentioned. “New people step up for us on a nightly basis. We talk about it
every day.” He added.
 
 
After a back and fourth start, Panola took a five point lead in the middle
of the first half but could not distance themselves any farther. Tyler
found some momentum and took a 36-30 halftime lead. Tyler gradually
increased their lead in the second half and found themselves up by 11
points 55-44 with 11:37 remaining. Panola went on a 22-2 run the next seven
minutes of the game giving them a nine point lead, 66-57. Panola struggled
to catch a break the remaining minutes as Tyler chased down a long rebound
and converted on the other end to tie the ball game at 68. Panola got a
shot off as time expired but the attempt was unsuccessful.
 
 
Panola controlled overtime from the tip as they scored the first five
points of the extra frame. Tyler cut the Panola lead to three, 79-76 but
clutch free throw shooting ultimately game the Ponies the victory.
 
 
Leading the way offensively for Panola was Marlon Taylor who netted a
career high 28 points and chased down 15 rebounds. Tope Arikawe scored 16
points in the victory and TJ Killings came off the bench to score 12. Eric
McGill recorded 10 assists. As a team Panola recorded 51 rebounds and only
committed 10 turnovers.
 
 
Panola continues Region 14 play this upcoming Saturday when the host
Kilgore College. Tip off is set for 4:00 PM on the campus of Panola
College.
 

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Center Broadcasting Celebrates Our 68th Anniversary


 

 

 

 

Today Center Broadcasting Celebrated our 68th anniversary, with a good turn out including the family memebers of many of the old KDET Legends.  Tune into 930 am to hear the interviews though out the rest of the week.  

 

 

 

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https://www.facebook.com/CenterBroadcastingCompany/photos/pcb.1298520783560586/1298517580227573/?type=3&theater

 

 

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St. Johns Episcopal Church Pancake Supper


 

 

 

St. Johns Episcopal Church is having its annual pancake supper on Feb. 28th Fat Tuesday from 5pm to 7pm.
 
Located at 1063 Southview Circle-96 South. Everyone is invited to attend.

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Joaquin Softball Games Cancelled


 

The Joaquin HS Softball and Baseball games scheduled for today, February 21 have been cancelled.

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Pennies for Patients


 

The deadline for "Pennies for Patients" has been extended to March 3rd. If you know a Shelbyville student, be sure to gather up your coins and let them know you want to donate to the "Leukemia and Lymphoma Society" for research to help find a cure and help with the fight against blood cancer among children, adolescents and young adults under the age of 20.

 

 

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Gates Chapel Baptist Church of Shelbyville 104th Anniversary


 

 
Gates Chapel Baptist Church of Shelbyville will host its 104th Church Anniversary program on Sunday, March 5 at 2:30pm. The special guest speaker will be Rev. Marvin Jackson, Jr. of Clayton Temple, Timpson. Everyone is invited to attend says Pastor Frankie Cooper.

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Shelby County Historical Society Meeting


 

The Shelby County Historical Society will hold its monthly meeting February 21, 2017 at 2:00 P.M.
 
Note: The meeting this month will be held at the Shelbyville Methodist Church. Our guest speaker this month will be Ms Merle Howard.  She will speak to us about the history of the church. Everyone is invited to attend.

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Truck Breaks Down in Center this Morning


 

At approximately 9:10 am this morning a semi-truck broke down at the intersection of Nacogdoches and San Augustine highways in Center.  According to the driver and members of the Center Fire Department, the drive shaft broke loose and spun around; puncturing the fuel tank. The driver brought the vehicle to a stop; then allowed the vehicle to roll backwards out of the intersection and back behind the traffic light.  Emergency personnel were contacted and Center Fire Department arrived there in minutes.  The Texas Department of Transportation and the Center Police Department also quickly arrived on scene.  Hopkins wrecker service was call in to transport the semi-truck.  Hughes wrecker was also on scene in case there services were needed.  The Police and Fire Departments blockaded the area. While the Department of Transportation and Center Fire Department cleaned up the diesel before towing the vehicle.   The truck was then hauled off.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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https://www.facebook.com/kqbb.realcountry/posts/877857285688064

 

 

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Upcoming Basketball Games


 

 
 
The Center Roughriders basketball team has a playoff game vs. Gladewater bears today @ 6:30p.
 
 
The Tenaha Tigers basketball team has a playoff game vs. New Summerfield today @ 7:30p.
 
 
The San Augustine Wolves basketball team has a playoff game vs. Neches today @ 6:30p.
 
The Shelbyville Dragons basketball team has a playoff game vs. Cushing today @ 6p.
 
 
Tune to KQBB 100.5 FM to listen to the Center game tonight. Pregame starting at 6:10 pm.

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Weather Update


 

 

 

The graphic below shows our current weather. A second front is on its way into our area bringing with it Dense Fog to our West along a line from Dallas to Tyler and down through Austin and West of Houston. There are some light misty showers ahead of it.  Right now it is all moving NW to SE. We will also see the winds pick up from the North at around 10 mph as it passes. We could see a peak of Sun, but count on it staying cloudy for the most part today with a high of 70 degrees.
 
Sunshine for the rest of this week with temps pushing 80 degrees for a few days. 
More chances for rain toward the weekend. a stronger cool front will drop our temperatures to the upper 60's with lows in low 40's Friday and Saturday.....and, YES, windy conditions and RAIN???....By late Sunday thru wed of next week 60% chances are likely. Tom JohnsonKTXSANAU6

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Employee of the Month Center ISD


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Patroon Baptist Church to hold revival


 

 
 
 
Patroon Baptist Church will be holding a spring revival March 5 through March 8. Supper will be served each night at 6 p.m. and services will begin-at 7 p.m. The revival will be brought by Bro. George Ross from New Hope Baptist Church. Patroon Baptist Church is located at 310 FM 2261 in Shelbyville.

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Timpson ISD Groundbreaking Ceremony


 

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Track Meet Schedule Change


 

The Joaquin JH Track Meet scheduled at Alto today has been cancelled.  The
JH teams will not be attending the meet.

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Desert Storm Observation


 

On January 16, 1991, President George H. W. Bush announced the start of what
would be called Operation Desert Storm-a military operation of coalition
forces from 34 nations to expel occupying Iraqi forces from Kuwait, which
Iraq had invaded and annexed months earlier.   When the war ended on
February 28th, 1991, 148 Americans had died in battle.
 
 
 
To remember the service and sacrifice of those Americans who participated in
this war, Shelby County Memorial Veterans for Foreign Wars Post 8904 and the
Auxiliary will conduct a wreath laying at the Veterans Memorial on the
grounds of the Historic Courthouse in Center.  The program will be held
Tuesday, February 28th, at 10:00 am.  As always, the public is encouraged to
attend and help honor Desert Storm Veterans.  Questions contact Post
Quartermaster Larry Hume at 598-2976.
 

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Panola Baseball Team Goes to Mississippi Wins 13-0


 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Panola College Baseball program took their annual trip to Mississippi
this past weekend to take on Copiah Lincoln Community College of Wesson
Mississippi and Hinds Community College of Raymond Mississippi.   Panola
won all four games by scoring a total of 37 runs and only allowing 3 runs
through four games on the weekend.  With the wins Panola now extends their
record to 11-2 on the season.  Panola will be back at home this weekend to
take on the Texas Post Grad Academy of McKinney Texas in a double header on
Friday – 24th of February.  Game times are set for 2pm and 4pm.
 
 
 
*Taylor Tomlin Throws Shutout As Panola College Defeats Copiah Lincoln
Community College *
 
 
*Taylor Tomlin* (Center, TX) didn't allow a single run as Panola College
defeated Copiah Lincoln Community College 13-0 on Friday.
 
 
*Christian Boulware* (Dallas, TX) led Panola to victory by driving in six
runs.  He went 3-for-4 at the plate. Boulware drove in runs on a home run
in the first, a single in the third, and a home run in the fifth.
 
 
Panola took an early lead in the first inning.  Panola scored two runs when
Boulware homered with two outs in the first inning.  Panola scored eight
runs in the third inning.  Panola scored on a home run by *Austin De Leon*
(Frisco, TX), a single by Boulware, a walk by *Julian Flores* (Richland,
TX), a single by *Chandler Morris* (The Woodlands, TX), and a home run by
De Leon.
 
 
Taylor Tomlin earned the win for Panola.  He went five innings,
surrendering zero runs, three hits, striking out four, and walking zero.
 
 
Home runs for Panola came when De Leon homered in the third and fifth
innings and Boulware homered in the first and fifth innings.
 
 
Panola had 13 hits in the game.  Boulware, *Colby Price* (Nederland, TX),
De Leon, and *John Mike Bounds* (Beckville, TX) each collected multiple
hits for Panola.  Panola was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error.
Logan Bailey made the most plays with nine.
 
 
 
 
 
*Four Pitchers Team Up As Panola College Shuts Out Copiah Lincoln Community
College In Game 2.*
 
 
Panola defeated Copiah Lincoln Community College 9-0 in game two on Friday
as four pitchers combined to throw a shutout. *Cole Clinton* (Carthage, TX)
induced a groundout from McLrod to finish off the game.
 
 
*Chandler Morris* (The Woodlands, TX) led Panola to victory by driving in
four runs.  He went 3-for-3 at the plate.  Morris drove in runs on a home
run in the third and a single in the sixth.
 
 
Panola took an early lead in the second inning*.  Austin De Leon's*
(Frisco, TX) sac fly scored one run for Panola.  Panola scored six runs in
the third inning on a double by *Colton Oberthier* (Hallsville, TX), a
single by *Logan Berlof* (McKinney, TX), a home run by Morris, and a single
by *Austin Blakeley* (Hallsville, TX)
 
 
Kyle Rogers earned the win for Panola.  He went four innings, surrendering
zero runs, one hit, striking out one, and walking zero.  Three relievers
helped Panola close out the victory.  *Juan Mateo* (Santo Domingo, DR), *Rancy
Nunez* (Santo Domingo, DR) and Clinton all threw one inning in relief.
 
 
Panola had 13 hits in the game.  Blakeley, Morris, and Berlof each
collected multiple hits for Panola.  Blakeley with four hits in five at
bats.  Panola was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error.  Blakeley
made the most plays with nine chances.
 
 
 
 
 
*Hallsville Duo Team Up Again As Panola College Shuts Out Hinds Community
College*
 
 
Panola College defeated Hinds Community College 6-0 in game one on Saturday
as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout*.  Colton Brasher* (Hallsville,
TX) induced a fly out from Davis to finish off the game.
 
 
Panola scored two runs in the sixth inning and four runs in the seventh
inning. Panola scored its runs on and errors in the sixth and a three run
homerun *Christian Boulware* (Dallas, TX) in the seventh.
 
 
*Logan Bailey* (Hallsville, TX) earned the win for Panola.  He went six
innings, allowing zero runs, three hits, striking out eight, and walking
zero.
 
 
*Austin Blakeley* (Hallsville, TX), Boulware, and *Chandler Morris* (The
Woodlands, TX) all had one hit to lead Panola.
 
 
 
 
 
*Panola College Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Hinds Community
College*
 
 
Panola College defeated Hinds Community College 9-3 in game two on Saturday
thanks to a strong start. Panola scored on a single by *Colby Price*
(Nederland, TX) in the second inning.
 
 
Panola secured the victory thanks to five runs in the fourth inning.
Panola scored on a double by *Andrew Pace* (Beaumont, TX), a single by *Cal
Smith* (Keller, TX), a walk by *Chandler Morris* (The Woodlands, TX), and a
walk by *Duke Ellis* (Nacogdoches, TX).
 
 
Panola captured the lead in the first inning on *George Valdez's* (Forney,
TX) sac fly scored one run for Panola.  Hinds evened things up at one in
the bottom of the first inning.  Panola scored five runs in the fourth
inning.  Panola took the lead for good with three runs in the second inning
on *Logan Berlof’s* (McKinney, TX) sacrifice fly to drive in a run, Pace
hit a sacrifice fly to drive in a run, and Price singled, driving in one
run.
 
 
*Miles Dunn* (Conroe, TX) earned the win for Panola.  He pitched two
innings, allowing zero runs, two hits, striking out one, and walking zero.
 
 
*Cayne Ueckert* (Jasper, TX) started the game for Panola. He threw two
innings, allowing two runs, two hits, and striking out two.
 
 
Panola collected ten hits.  Ellis, Smith, and Pace each collected multiple
hits for Panola.  Pace, Smith, and Ellis each managed two hits to lead
Panola.
 
 
 
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Panola College Warns About Caller ID Spoofing


 

 
Panola College has received dozens of phone calls in the past few days
reporting the problem of receiving a phone call from the College attempting
to sell long-term health insurance and burial insurance. Panola College
confirms these calls did not originate from the Panola College campus and
is apparently the work of somebody using technology to mask the true source
of the calls, commonly referred to as “caller ID spoofing” in the
telecommunications industry.
 
Caller ID spoofers masquerade as representatives from other agencies by
forging the display on your caller ID to manipulate callers into answering
and giving out personal information.
 
Panola College would like to remind you that if you receive one of these
calls to never give out personal information if you are at all suspicious
of a phone call. If you get an inquiry from someone who says they represent
a company or a government agency seeking personal information, hang up and
call the phone number to verify the authenticity of the request.
 
If you receive a call and you suspect caller ID information has been
falsified, you can file a complaint with the FCC at www.fcc.gov.
 

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Honoring Missionary Brenda Carrillo


 

 
There will be a appreciation service honoring missionary Brenda Carrillo on February 26th at 2:30 p.m at the Bennet Chapel Missionary Baptist Church with a message given by Pastor: Terrance Hicks with the Power of The Word Ministries. 

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Waving Fees For Presidents Day


 

 

 

 

 

The National Forests and Grasslands in Texas is waiving day-use fees at recreation sites February 20 for Presidents’ Day.
 
“Our public lands are open to everyone, and we hope these free days offer an incentive to all people to visit any of the 193 million acres of land held in trust for their enjoyment and use,” U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said.
 
No fees are charged at any time on 98 percent of national forests and grasslands. Approximately two-thirds of developed recreation sites in national forests and grasslands can be used for free. 
 
Camping fees remain in effect, but day-use fees will be waived on Feb. 20 at these recreation areas and trails:
 
Angelina National Forest – Caney Creek and Townsend.
Sabine National Forest – Haley’s Ferry, Ragtown, East Hamilton, Indian Mounds, Lakeview and Willow Oak. 
Davy Crockett National Forest – Ratcliff Lake and Piney Creek Horse Trail.
Sam Houston National Forest – Cagle Boat Ramp, Scotts Ridge Boat Ramp and the Multi-Use Trail.
Caddo and Lyndon B. Johnson National Grasslands – Coffee Mill Lake, Bois d’Arc Trail, Black Creek Lake, Valley View and TADRA.
 
For more information, visit us on the web at www.fs.usda.gov/texas

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Upcoming Election in Tenaha


 

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New JFK Stamp


 

 

 

 

 

BOSTON — Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan today dedicated a Forever stamp commemorating the centennial of the birth of our nation’s 35th President, John F. Kennedy. The Presidents Day first-day-of-issue dedication ceremony took place at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston to kick off the 6th Annual Presidents Day Family Festival. Kennedy was born May 29, 1917.
 
The stamp features a 1960 photograph by Ted Spiegel of Kennedy campaigning for president in Seattle. The artwork accompanying the stamp, showing Kennedy in a reflective pose, is a 1970 oil painting by Aaron Shikler (courtesy of the White House / White House Historical Association). As today is a national holiday, the Forever stamp is only available at the event. It will be available nationwide in Post Offices February 21. Customers may order the stamps now at usps.com/shop.
Followers of the U.S. Postal Service’s Facebook page can view streaming video of the event at facebook.com/USPS. The public is asked to share the news on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #JFKStamps
 
“Today, representing the 640,000 men and women of the United States Postal Service, I can tell you that the spirit of public service remains as vital as when President Kennedy elevated the ideal in his moving and eloquent first inaugural address,” said Brennan. “He dignified and gave voice to the pride in serving the nation that every postal employee feels. It is for this reason that the Postal Service takes special pride in honoring President Kennedy today.” 
Joining Brennan in the dedication were Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA); Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-MA); John F. Kennedy Library Foundation Executive Director Steven Rothstein; and stamp image photographer Ted Spiegel. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum Acting Director James Roth served as Master of Ceremonies. John F. Kennedy Library Foundation Board member Matthew Kennedy also attended the ceremony.
 
“In the American people he served, President Kennedy discovered a fearless optimism and extraordinary empathy. Despite divisions and differences, he believed every citizen shared an unbreakable, common bond to push an imperfect country towards justice and progress. This stamp will not only commemorate the centennial of his birth, but the values that make this country strong, fair and kind,” said Congressman Kennedy.
 
The Iconic Photograph
 
“The photograph was taken Sept. 6, 1960, in Victory Square, Seattle, adjacent to downtown’s Olympic Hotel,” recalled Spiegel, describing his iconic photograph captured nearly 57 years ago. “Senator Kennedy was in the first week of his campaign for the presidency: his itinerary was nation spanning — Maine to Alaska. Seated by the podium from which he would deliver his first speech in Seattle, he was looking up at office building windows crammed with cheering supporters. It was a highly energetic moment and one could sense Kennedy subsuming the place and people surrounding him. Soon he would address thousands at Seattle’s Civic Auditorium.
His remarks closed with these words: ‘I have called the challenge of the future the new frontier….my call is to those who believe in the future….I want you to join me….give me your help, your heart, your voice….and this country will move again.’ For me this photograph captures Kennedy sensing his responsibility to the public’s response.”
 
Kennedy’s Legacy
 
As the nation’s 35th president Kennedy remains for many a captivating and charismatic personality — one who appealed to the nation's higher ideals and inspired young Americans to engage in public service.
 
On Jan. 20, 1961, Kennedy, at age 43, became the nation’s first Catholic president and the youngest person elected to the presidency. In his Inaugural Address, he famously called upon Americans to “ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.”
In the early months of his administration, Kennedy announced his signature initiative, the Peace Corps, to aid people in developing nations. In May 1961, Kennedy announced the bold goal of landing a man on the Moon before the end of the decade, setting the nation on the path toward achieving the historic Moon landing in 1969.
 
During the height of the Cold War, Kennedy confronted the Soviet Union in a series of conflicts that could have escalated into a major war. During the summer of 1961, for example, he defended the status of West Berlin, a small pocket of freedom within Soviet-supported East Germany, when it came under threat from Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev.
 
Kennedy opposed Khrushchev again in the fall of 1962 after Soviet forces installed nuclear missiles in Cuba. Against the urging of his military advisers to bomb the missile sites, Kennedy decided on a naval quarantine to prevent further shipments of military equipment to Cuba. After suspenseful days in which war appeared imminent, Soviet ships heading to Cuba turned back, and Khrushchev agreed to remove the missiles.
 
On June 11, 1963, Kennedy made an impassioned speech on civil rights that characterized the unequal status and treatment of blacks in America as a moral crisis. He then submitted a bill to end racial segregation, which in substance was passed after his death as the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964.
 
Kennedy was assassinated Nov. 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas. His death at age 46 left the nation grief-stricken, all the more so because of the unrealized potential of his presidency.

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3D Cannon


 

 

 

 

 

NACOGDOCHES, Texas - Point by point, the image of a cannon slowly materializes on the computer screen. Fine grooves in the handcrafted bronze handles shaped like dolphins prove difficult for the scanner to visualize, but eventually, with enough manipulation, a 3-D rendering of a long-submerged French cannon comes into focus.
 
"The idea of reverse-engineering the cannon so that the French can cast a duplicate has been floating around for a while," said Dr. Robert Z. Selden Jr., research associate at Stephen F. Austin State University's Center for Regional Heritage Research. "We always enjoy working with the Texas Historical Commission and have really been looking forward to beginning work on this project."
 
A storied past
The cannon in question isn't just any cannon. Its story began centuries ago in 1684 when the weapon was first loaded onto La Belle, the ship of legendary French explorer René-Robert Cavelier, the Sieur de La Salle.
 
La Salle planned to cross the ocean with four ships and 400 people and land at the mouth of the Mississippi River. There, he was to establish a colony and forge trade routes in the name of French King Louis XIV, according to the Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin where the cannon from La Belle is currently housed. The plan was never realized after La Salle lost ships to pirates and disaster, sailed past his destination and was killed by his own men.
 
In 1686, La Belle wrecked in a storm and sank to the bottom of Matagorda Bay. It remained there undisturbed for 300 years. In 1995, it was discovered by Texas Historical Commission archaeologists, who then fully excavated the wreck in 1996-97. The bronze cannon was one of three found among the ship's cargo.
 
"The photos of the excavation and preservation efforts are incredible," Selden said. "The scale of that excavation, which was surrounded by a coffer dam in the middle of Matagorda Bay, was remarkable. However, it is important to remember that the cannon is only one component of a much larger story; you really have to see the exhibit that the staff at the THC and the Bullock have put together to appreciate the magnitude of that undertaking."
 
The cannon is on display on the ground floor of the Bullock Texas State History Museum in the current La Belle exhibit. It has been a central feature of the exhibit since the museum opened in 2001.
 
Scanning history
The idea of scanning the cannon arose during discussions held by staffers at the THC, the Musée national de la Marine in Paris and the Bullock Museum for a La Belle exhibit in France.
 
"Because the recovery of one of the three bronze cannons aboard the ship was key in identifying the wreck in 1995 as La Salle's lost ship, the cannons are iconic and significant artifacts," said Bradford M. Jones, collections manager of the THC's archaeology division. "At the time, however, the cost and complexity of shipping an 800-pound bronze cannon back and forth across the Atlantic was recognized as a potential limiting factor on the exhibit, and the decision was made to explore having it reproduced in either the United States or France.
 
"Because high-resolution, 3-D scanning had the potential to relatively quickly and efficiently produce a (computer-aided design) model that could be shared and reproduced in a number of media, we contacted Dr. Selden," Jones said. "Selden had previously scanned artifacts for the THC's historic sites division and participated in 3-D technology training sessions with our archaeology division's Texas Archeological Stewardship Network."
 
Selden traveled to Austin in November to generate the 3-D surface scan of the cannon using a handheld scanner. Once scanned, the digital image can be resized for reproduction and a number of other purposes.
 
"The CRHR has a reputation for accuracy, and for producing open-access 3-D meshes and solid models that can be used for additional analyses, reproductions and 3-D puzzles," Selden said. "This also is a great opportunity for SFA to solidify its leadership role in digitizing and reverse-engineering the material culture associated with Texas archaeology and history.
 
"We have the tools. We have the expertise. We have everything that we need to generate this kind of deliverable while educating our students along the way - helping them to understand theory and process while also gaining practical experience. This is just one small part of the transformative learning experience that the CRHR provides to the graduate and undergraduate students who work with us."
 
The Austin museum is planning for a final La Belle exhibit to open in 2018, where the cannon will be displayed alongside the now-reconstructed hull of the ship.
 
"Dr. Selden has been a welcome partner with the THC in the past, and this time was no different," Jones said. "He and the two CRHR interns assisting him not only conducted the work in a professional manner, but also openly shared an enthusiasm for the history and significance of the work that made it feel like a true collaboration."
 
For more information regarding ongoing work with La Belle, visit the Bullock Museums' website at www.thestoryoftexas.com/la-belle/the-exhibit.

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7 Sisters Red Hat Society Enjoy Lunch, Valentines Day, Birthday


 

The 7 Sisters Red Hat Society enjoyed a delicious lunch, Valentines Day, and Judy Carrington's  birthday at the Nettie's Nook and Sammich Shop which provided Red Hat cookies and decorations for members Queen Trudie Willis, Queen Mom Winnie Preston, Linda Bordelon, Peggy Kennedy, Mary Fausett, Sylvia Jackson, Nora Robinson, Maudie Warr, Jo Warr, and Judy Carrington.

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Fillies Win!!!


 

 
For the first time in history, the Fillies of Panola College beat Trinity
Valley Community College, 64-39.
 
While holding Trinity Valley to only 26% shooting on the night and forcing
20 turnovers, the Panola Fillies found themselves beating #10 in the
nation, last Saturday night. From the start of the game, the Fillies had
control and never let up. They opened the first quarter on a 12-2 run, and
held TVCC to 6 points.
 
With a 29-19 lead into half time, the Fillies were tied in turnovers at 10
a piece. But in the second half, PC would only add 3 more, while forcing
another 10 for TVCC. PC also won the rebound battle, 31-30. Freshman
Genesis Rivera led all-scores, putting up a solid 21 points. Freshman
Patience Okpe added a spectacular 10 points as well and added 3 assists.
 
The Fillies are now 10-6 in conference, sitting in the fifth-place spot,
and 19-7 overall. The Fillies will continue with another competitive game
against #18 Tyler Junior College, in Tyler on Wednesday, February 22nd at
5:30 p.m.
 

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CHAMBER WELCOMES NEW MEMBER THE CHILDREN'S DEFENSE FUND OF TEXAS


 


 
The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors will join with Patrick Bresette, Executive Director; Cindy Ross, Community Health Outreach Coordinator and Maria Salas, Community Health Outreach Liaison, of the Children’s Defense Fund of Texas for a new member ribbon cutting at the Chamber of Commerce office on Wednesday, February 22 at 4:30 p.m.  


The Children's Defense Fund (CDF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit child advocacy organization that has worked relentlessly for more than 40 years to ensure a level playing field for all children. They champion policies and programs that lift children out of poverty, protect them from abuse and neglect, and ensure their access to health care, quality education and a moral and spiritual foundation.


For more information please contact the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce at (936) 598-3682 or info@shelbycountychamber.com.

 

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Panola College men defeat 12th ranked Trinity Valley, 94-87




Carthage, Texas – The Panola College men’s basketball team defeated 12th ranked Trinity Valley Community College here Saturday afternoon, 94-87. Panola’s win streak has now reached six. The victory propels their record to 19-7 and 11-4 in Region 14 play. “Our guys did a tremendous job executing the game plan.” Head Coach Grant McMillan stated. “We battled all night and had multiple people step up.” He added.


Panola found themselves in control much of the first half as they held a 47-38 halftime lead. Trinity Valley gained some momentum in the second half as they tied the ball game up at 68 with just under 11:00 minutes remaining. A TJ Killings three pointer and Devyn Wilson netted 5 straight points to give the Ponies a 78-74 lead with less than 7:00 minutes to play. Trinity could not cut the lead to less than four points. Down the stretch both teams put on a free throw clinic but Panola would not give up any ground.


Leading the way for Panola was Devyn Wilson who scorched the nets for 34 points. Wilson made six three pointers and went 14-16 from the free throw line. Tope Arikawe chipped in with 13 points. Eric McGill and Keith Hayes both scored 11 points, respectively. As a team, Panola shot 45 percent from three and forced 15 Trinity Valley turnovers.


Panola continues Region 14 play when they head to Tyler, Texas to take on Tyler Junior College. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:00 PM on the campus of TJC.

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Joaquin School Board Meeting


 

NOTICE of Hearings & Regular Meeting
For
Joaquin Independent School District Board
 
The Board will hold a public hearing in accordance with Texas Education Code 39.053 to discuss the District’s educational performance on the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) during its’ regular  February 20th board meeting at 6:00 p.m. in the Joaquin Board Room.
 
Notice is hereby given that on the 20th day of February 2017 the Board of Trustees of the Joaquin School District will hold a regular meeting at 6:00 p.m., at the Joaquin Board Room, Joaquin, Texas.
 
The subjects to be discussed are listed on the agenda attached to and made a part of this Notice.  If, during the course of the meeting covered by this Notice, the Board of Trustees should determine that a closed session of the Board of Trustees is required, then such closed session as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Section 551.001 et seq., Texas Education Code, will be held by the School Board at the date, may conveniently meet in such closed session concerning any and all purposes permitted by the Act, including, but not limited to the following sections and purposes:
Texas Government Code Section:
551.071  Private consultation with the board’s attorney.
551.072  Discussing purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property.
551.073  Discussing negotiated contracts for prospective gifts or donations.
551.074  Discussing personnel or to hear complaints against personnel.
551.076  Considering the deployment, specific occasions for, or implementation of, security personnel or devices.
551.082  Considering the discipline of a public school child, or complaint or charge against personnel.
551.083  Considering the standards, guidelines, terms, or conditions the board will follow, or will instruct its representative to follow, in 
consultation with representative of employee groups.
551.084  Excluding witnesses from a hearing.
551.086  Economic development negotiations.
Education Code 39.030
39.030  Discuss or adopt individual assessment instruments or assessment instrument items.
Should any final action, final decision, or final vote be required in the opinion of the School Board with regard to any matter considered in such closed session, then the final vote shall be either:
(a) in the open meeting covered by the Notice upon the reconvening of the public meeting; or
(b) at a subsequent public meeting of the School Board upon notice thereof; as the School Board shall determine.
 
Agenda
 
1      Roll call, establishment of quorum, call to order
 
2      Invocation and Pledges of Allegiance
 
3      Audience Participation – Please, each participant is requested to limit his/her presentation to three to five minutes
 
4      Report/Information items:
4.1 Review Monthly Financial Reports – Joel Bumback
4.2 Texas Academic Performance Report Hearing
4.3 2017-2018 Revenue Projection
4.4 Dual Credit College Course Agreement for 17-18 School Year
4.5 Review policy on grading – entering grades – Parent portal – timing
4.6 Survey of graduates
4.7 TASB Localized Update 107
4.8 Correspondence
 
5      Agenda Items for consider and possible action:
5.1 Minutes from previous month’s meeting
5.2 Student Transfer Agreement
5.3 2016-17 Budget amendments 
5.4 Consideration to Change March 2017 Regular Board Meeting Date
 
6      Enter Closed Session
Texas Government Code Section 551.074 - Discussing personnel
6.1 Texas Government Code Section 551.074 - Discussing personnel
a.  Resignations and Retirements
b.  Principal & Assistant Principal contracts
c.  Special Education Director contract
d.  Athletic Director contracts
e.  Personnel positions and assignments
f.  Terms of Superintendent Contract and evaluation
 
7      Return to Open Session
7.1 Texas Government Code Section 551.074 - Discussing personnel
a.  Resignations and Retirements
c.  Principal & Assistant Principal contracts
d.  Special Education Director contract
e.  Athletic Director contracts
 
8       Recommendations for items to be placed on agenda for next meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Joaquin ISD 
 
9       Designation of date and time of next regular board meeting 
 
10     Adjournment
 

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Governor Abbott Leads Coalition In Filing Amicus Brief Opposing California's Restriction On Concealed Carry Permit Holders


 

 
 
AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott today led a collation of nine Governors in filing an Amici Curae – or friend of the court brief – to the United States Supreme Court in the case of Edward Peruta; Michelle Laxson; James Dodd; Leslie Buncher, Dr.; Mark Cleary; California Rifle And Pistol Association v. the County of San Diego. At stake is whether Californians, and citizens of other states traveling in California, can exercise their 2nd Amendment right to carry a concealed handgun. 
 
 
 
“The question presented is whether the State of California can single out one group of disfavored citizens—namely, gun owners—and impose unique burdens on their fundamental rights,” reads the brief. “If this were a case about speech, the right to counsel, or any of the myriad rights protected by the Fourteenth Amendment, every federal court in this country would reject California’s arguments out of hand. Indeed, no other group of private citizens has to prove—to the satisfaction of a government official vested with unreviewable and boundless discretion—that they really need to exercise their fundamental constitutional freedoms.”
 
 
 
Governor Abbott previously took action on this lawsuit in April 2015, when he _filed_ [ http://gov.texas.gov/news/press-release/20818 ] an Amicus Brief making a parallel argument. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals later held there is no Constitutional right to carry a concealed handgun and citizens must show “good cause” before they can obtain such a license. Following the ruling, the case was elevated to the U.S. Supreme Court. Joining Governor Abbott in objecting to the Ninth Circuit’s ruling are the Governors of Arkansas, Arizona, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, South Carolina and South Dakota. 
 
 
 
The brief concludes by pointing out that the Constitution exists to protect citizen’s rights from a government that would seek to take them away. “It might be true that statewide elected officials in California have strong political incentives to infringe 'the right of the people to keep and bear Arms.' U.S. Const. amend. II. But the Constitution never was intended to disappear where policymakers in Sacramento find it inconvenient, nor was it intended to protect only those rights that enjoy popular support or universal acceptance.”
 
 

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CHAMBER WELCOMES NEW MEMBER THE CHILDREN'S DEFENSE FUND OF TEXAS


 

 

 

The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors will join with Patrick Bresette, Executive Director; Cindy Ross, Community Health Outreach Coordinator and Maria Salas, Community Health Outreach Liaison, of the Children’s Defense Fund of Texas for a new member ribbon cutting at the Chamber of Commerce office on Wednesday, February 22 at 4:30 p.m.  
 
The Children's Defense Fund (CDF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit child advocacy organization that has worked relentlessly for more than 40 years to ensure a level playing field for all children. They champion policies and programs that lift children out of poverty, protect them from abuse and neglect, and ensure their access to health care, quality education and a moral and spiritual foundation.
 
For more information please contact the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce at (936) 598-3682 or info@shelbycountychamber.com.
 

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Joaquin City Council Meeting


 

 
CITY OF JOAQUIN 
REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING
AGENDA 
February 21, 2017
 
 
The City Council of Joaquin will meet in regular session Tuesday, February 21, 2017
6:30 p.m. at The Joaquin City Hall located at 124 North Preston, Joaquin, Texas.
 
ORDER OF BUSINESS
 
1. Call to order, establish quorum & welcome guest.
2. Invocation & Pledge of Allegiance.
3. Open Forum.
4. Council approval of the previous month’s minutes.
5. Monthly Reports:
a. City Secretary
b. Utility Billing Manager
c. Public Works Manager
d. Water Department
e. Fire Department
6. Discussion & Council Action on Payment of Bills.
7. Discussion &Council Action on Acceptance  of resignation of Councilman Brittain
8. Discussion & Council Action on appointment of Interim Council member. 
9. Discussion &Council Action on Ordering Special Election May 6, 2017
10. Discussion & Council Action on possible Water contract with the Town of Logansport.
11. Discussion & Council Action Water Monitoring System.
12. Council will hold a closed Executive Session Meeting-Personnel Matters (551.074).
a. Sewer Worker- Personnel & Compensation Review 
b. City Secretary – Personnel & Compensation Review
 
13. Council reconvenes & possible action on matters discussed in executive session
14. Adjournment.  
 

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Timpson City Council Meeting


 

Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the governing body of the above named City will be held on the 21st day of February, 2017 at 5:30 pm at the City Hall, 456 Jacob Street, Timpson, Texas.
 
 

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Terry and Pam Bailey Funeral Service


 
Terry Glenn Bailey, 54, and Pamela Hitt Bailey, 57, of Center, Texas, passed away together in an accident on February 15, 2017.
 
Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday, February 17, 2017, at First United Pentecostal Church of Center. Funeral service for the couple will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, February 18, 2017, at the First United Pentecostal Church of Center with Bro. Andy Wilson officiating. Interment will follow Oaklawn Memorial Park in Center.
Terry was born on March 13, 1962, in Center, Texas. He was a self-made man and rose to be one of East Texas’ most prolific entrepreneurs.
 
Pam was born on August 26, 1959, and graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a degree in business. After the couple married on September 27, 1980, she quietly became the firm foundation of their immediate and extended family.
 
For 36 years together, Terry and Pam impacted their families and their community with their truly unique partnership which blended very different gifts. Although their tribe seems to encompass a thousand cousins, the Bailey’s thrived on togetherness and the joy of a close-knit family. That philosophy carried over into their businesses where partnerships often involved family members, but even those who were unrelated became indistinguishable from blood relations. Terry was larger than life and could not help but to inspire. Pam, marvelously drew no attention to herself, while almost invisibly making everything in their complicated lives actually work. Terry caused every man to measure himself. Pam on the other hand, made everyone feel as though they measured up. To her, status and stature were irrelevant. Pam had a servant’s heart and a genuine caring nature. She made everyone she came across feel worthwhile. Terry and Pam Bailey had a passion for putting family first and have now left an enormous group with great sadness and an even greater legacy to carry on.
 
Their survivors include
Daughter: Carmen Mackey and husband, Ryan
Son: Dustin Bailey and wife, Ginny
Grandchildren:
Falon Mackey
Ivy Mackey
Trevor Bailey
Taygan Bailey
Mothers:
Ann Hitt
Charlotte Bailey
Sisters:
Katha Bush
Vicki Tomlin and husband, Richard
Treasa Donnan and husband, Jim
Preceded in death by
Pam’s Father: Charles “Slick” Hitt
Terry’s Father: Millard Bailey
Terry’s Brothers: Mitchell Bailey, Delane Bailey, Johnny Bailey
Pallbearers will be James Butler, Dee Winston, Kevin Rash, Jinx Hutchins, Luke Garrett, Jeff Bailey and Rial Taylor.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made online to The Bailey Family Foundation at www.baileyfamilyfoundation.com.
The family of Dustin & Ginny Bailey and Carmen & Ryan Mackey wish to thank everyone for their prayers and continued support through this difficult time.
 
SERVICES
Visitation
Friday, February 17, 2017
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

First United Pentecostal Church
1229 Southview Circle
Center, Texas

Funeral Service
Saturday, February 18, 2017
2:00 PM

First United Pentecostal Church
1229 Southview Circle
Center, Texas

 

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Last Known Photo of Helicopter before crash and deaths confirmed by coroner


 

 

The DeSoto Parish Coroner officially confirmed yesterday at 5:02 pm that the remains of the bodies found in the helicopter wreckage were Terry Bailey 54 and Pam Bailey 57, both long time residents of Center.

 

 

 

 

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http://m.ksla.com/ksla/db/350562/content/NEotv94P

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DeSoto Parish Thanks Agencies that assisted in Helicopter Crash Investigation


 

Sheriff Rodney Arbuckle wanted to update our citizens and the media in reference to the crashed helicopter in the Wallace Lake area.  Today, crews worked on and completed the recovery of remains at the crash site.  We also assisted federal investigators in gaining access to the area to document the aircraft wreckage as part of their investigation.  We have been informed the aircraft will be removed from the location and turned over to federal investigators.  As stated in our previous release, we ask that all further questions and requests for information regarding the crashed aircraft be referred to the FAA or NTSB.  We would like to thank the local agencies that assisted in the search and recovery effort, lending manpower and resources. 
 
These agencies include Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office, Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, DeSoto Parish EMS, Shreveport Fire Department, numerous Fire Departments from DeSoto Parish, Caddo Parish Coroner's Office, and DeSoto Parish Coroner's Office. We would also like to thank Life Air Rescue for their response in tandem with our air unit and BHP Billiton for allowing us to use one of their well location sites as a staging area for equipment and personnel.

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Judge Allison Harbison Statement on the loss of Terry Bailey


 

Shelby County has lost treasured members of its family.  Terry and Pam Bailey were life-long pillars of our community and their absence will leave a void for years to come.  The County mourns with their families; however, their spirits will live on in their wonderful children and grandchildren. Their dedication to their community is only surpassed by their dedication to their family and each other.  They passed as they lived; together, enjoying life to the fullest.  It is with a heavy heart and many tears that I write these words of condolence, for they were not just cherished neighbors and friends, they were blood.  Terry told me not long ago that ‘blood is blood and no one comes before that’. My family and I are blessed to be a part of their family. Rest in peace dear ones and know that you will be missed.
 
Allison Harbison
Shelby County Judge 
 

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