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Operation Allied Force Memorial 2019



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Local VFW Post Quartermaster Larry Hume invites the public out to the historic Shelby County Courthouse this Friday, March 22, 2019, for the 10 a.m. memorial honoring those who served in Kosovo in Operation Allied Force. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Two Vehicle Fatality Crash in the Nacogdoches Area


 

 

NACOGDOCHES COUNTY – On March 17, 2019, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) responded to a two vehicle fatal crash on County Road 724, about five miles west of Nacogdoches.

 

The preliminary crash investigation indicates at approximately 8 p.m., a 1989 Honda passenger car was traveling south on County Road 724 while a 2013 Ford passenger car was traveling north on County Road 724. For unknown reasons, the two vehicles struck head-on in the middle of the roadway.

 

The driver of the Honda is identified as 48-year-old Javier Gallegos from Nacogdoches. Gallegos was transported to Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital and pronounced deceased a short time later.

 

The driver of the Ford is identified as 33-year-old Daniel Solis, also from Nacogdoches. Solis was not reportedly injured during the crash.

 

This crash remains under investigation. No additional information is available at this time.

 

 

 

 

 

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Alexander Barter Case Update


 

 

 

 

Alexander Barter the Joaquin man arrested last year for allegedly planning to molest and eat a child will be in Judge Giblin’s court today 3-19-19 for an initial appearance at 2 p.m. in Beaumont, Texas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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City of Tenaha Open Meeting


 

 

 

*PUBLIC NOTICE*

 

THIS IS BEING POSTED AS AN OPEN MEETING IN AN EVENT A QUORUM OF THE TENAHA CITY COUNCIL WILL BE PRESENT 

 

THERE WILL BE A HUMAN RESOURCE WORKSHOP FOR THOSE ASSOCIATED WITH THE CITY OF TENAHA


Thursday March 21, 2019 @ 5:00PM


TENAHA CITY HALL


THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME TO ATTEND
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT CITY HALL


936-248-3841

 

 

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Center ISD F.L. Moffett Improvement


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Center ISD has been issued two bonds totaling around 30 million dollars. The school system plans to use around a third of that amount on the F. L. Moffett Primary School. Center Broadcasting Company met with Center ISD Superintendent Dr. James Hockenberry to learn more about the expansions and improvements that will be done at F.L. Moffett.

 

 

 

 

 

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Shelby County Appraisal District Reminds Businesses to Render Their Taxable Property by April 15th


 

 

If you own tangible personal property that is used to produce income, then a rendition must be filed with the Shelby County Appraisal District by April 15th.  Property owners who need more time to file their renditions may file a written request with the chief appraiser on or before April 15th to receive an automatic extension to May 15th or the next business day. The chief appraiser may also grant an additional 15 days after the postponed deadline, if necessary.

 

A rendition is a report that lists all the taxable property you owned or controlled on January 1 of this year.  Property includes inventory and equipment used by a business. Owners do not have to render exempt property, such as church property or an agriculture producer’s equipment used for farming.

 

The appraisal district may use the information submitted in the rendition to set property values.

If more than one appraisal district appraises a property, the property owner should render in each appraisal district office.

 

You can also file a report of decreased value to notify the district of significant depreciation of your property. For example, if your property was damaged by a storm, flood or fire last year, you should file a report of decreased value. The district will look at your property before assigning a value.  The last day to file a rendition or report of decreased value is April 15th.

If a rendition is filed late, is incomplete, not filed at all or is determined to contain false information, a penalty of 10 to 50 percent of the total amount of taxes levied on the property for that year will be imposed.

 

For more information about rendering property, deadline extensions, penalties and rendition forms, taxpayers may contact the Shelby County Appraisal District at (936) 598-6171.  More information is also available from the Comptroller’s website at www.comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/property-tax/.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Center PD Gets a New Sign


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The City of Center Police Department has a new Sign.  Center Police Department would like to thank Scott Sanford & Jenny Andrews of Sanford & Sons Lawncare and Landscaping, Inc for their amazing design and hard work installing the 5 x 6 ft stone sign.

 

 

 

 

 Lt. Jeremy Bittick, Scott Sanford, Jenny Andrews, Chief Jim Albers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Operation Allied Force - Kosovo Memorial


 

 

20 years ago, on March 24, 1999 NATO launched an air campaign called Operation Allied Force to halt the humanitarian devastation that was then unfolding in Kosovo.  The decision to intervene followed more than a year of fighting within the province and the failure of international efforts to resolve the conflict by diplomatic means.

 

NATO announced the suspension of the air campaign on June 10, 1999 once it had concluded a military technical agreement with the federal republic of Yugoslavia.

 

NATO casualties were light and the alliance suffered no fatalities as a result of combat operations.

VFW Post 8904 and the Auxiliary will conduct a wreath laying ceremony in honor of those who served in Kosovo at the Veteran’s Memorial on the grounds of the Historic Courthouse in Center on Friday, March 22nd at 10:00 a.m.  As always the public is invited to honor their fellow Americans.

 

 

 

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Shelby County Commissioners Court Meeting


 

Notice is hereby given that a Special meeting of the Governing body of the Shelby County Commissioners’ Court will be held on the 20th day of March, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. in the Courtroom of the Shelby County Courthouse at 200 San Augustine Street, Center, Shelby County, Texas to deliberate and consider action on the following items:


1. Approve and pay weekly expenses.

2. Approve and pay current payroll.

3. Public comments on Agenda item.

4. Discuss and possibly approve additional employee for the District Clerks Office.

5. Adjourn.

 

 

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Joaquin City Council Meeting


 

 

The City Council of Joaquin will meet in regular session Tuesday March 19, 2019
6:00 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 meeting’s minutes.
5. Monthly Reports:
a. City Secretary- Administrative updates.
b. Utility Billing Manager Report -- Monthly Receipts & Adjustments Report.
c. Public Works Manager-Update – Departmental Updates
d. Water Department-Update—Ongoing Water Projects
6. Council approval on Payment of Bills.
7. Discussion & Council Action on setting a workshop day with City Council & committees of the City to discuss ongoing & future projects. 
8. Discussion & Council Action on council meeting with potential employees of the City. 

9. Discussion & Council Action on designation of “salvage” personal property (51.015) (252.022(a)(12)C).
10. Discussion & Council Action on appointment of presiding and alternate judges for May 4, 2019 election.
11. Discussion & Council Action on appointment of early voting ballot board for May 4, 2019 election.
12. Discussion & Council Action on revision of budget expenses for 2018-2019 Budget.
13. Discussion & Council Action on Fire Marshal back pay. 
14. Council will hold a closed Executive Session Meeting-Personnel Matters (551.074).
a) Public Works Employee –Merit evaluation.
15. Council reconvenes & possible action on matters discussed in executive session.
16. Adjournment.

 

 

 

 

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Body Identified in DeSoto Parish


 

 

Sheriff Jayson Richardson wanted to inform citizens that the body located on Asseff Rd on 3/12/2019 has been identified as 30-year-old Morgan Christopher Caver of Dallas, Tx.  Caver was reportedly last seen in Willis Point, Texas.  His family has been contacted.   No additional details are currently available, and a joint investigation between Texas authorities and DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office is ongoing.  Anyone with information is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (318) 872-3956.

 

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Barber Sandbass Jackpot Results


 

 

First Annual Barber Sandbass Jackpot winners....1st tie Robert W. Heard Jr/Robert Heard Sr. & Dana Smith/Jana Green.....3rd Rylee Hogg/Kurston Smith......4th Lynn Johnson/Tod Hufferd........Big Bass Rylee Hogg/Kurston Smith.....Big Bass Youth Division 1st Easton Davis....2nd Ethan Lee....3rd Roper Smith

 

 

 

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Horse hit by traffic


 

 

Earlier this morning March 15, 2019, at around 6:30 a.m. there was a horse that was hit by a vehicle about 5 miles west of Timpson on HWY 84. Traffic was reported to be blocked in both lanes. Expect possible travel delays if you are headed this way this morning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SKYWARN Storm Spotter Training


 

 

 

Due to the large number of responses to this Community Service Event, we are officially moving the location for the event to the First Methodist Church Fellowship Hall here in San Augustine.

 

The event is free & open to all who have an interest in learning more about severe weather observation and reporting. This is an event that rarely presents itself to interested people both here and in the surrounding Counties.

 

Also, it's a great opportunity to visit with Chris Nuttall, Forecast Meteorologist, and Charlie Woodrum, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, who will be coming to teach the class and visit with us. 

 

 

 

 

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Shelby County Commissioners' Court Meeting Results


 

 

The Shelby County Commissioners' Court met on March 13, 2019, at 9:30 a.m. at the active Shelby County Courthouse and took the following actions:

 

1. They approved the minutes of the Feb. 6, 2019, Feb 13, 2019, and the Feb. 27, 2019 meetings.

 

2. They approved and paid weekly expenses.

 

3. They approved the officer's report.

 

4. No public comments were given.

 

5. The discussed and approved the digitization of the Plat Records for the County Cler's office, with funds from the County Clerk's Records Archive Budget.

 

6. They recognized the completion of required continuing education for Ann Blackwell the County Treasurer.

 

7. The discussed and approved taking sealed bids for a used Front End Loader for Commissioners Pct. 3 and Pct. 4.

 

8. They discussed and approved the Shelby County Sheriff's off to hire a seasonal deputy to supervise and stay with any trustee while work is done at the Courthouse, Sheriff's office, and other County offices. Shelby County Sheriff Willis Blackwell express that this position would mainly be used in the summer.

 

9. They discussed and approved providing assistance to the Joaquin Fire Department by providing them with the use of County dump trucks for the construction of a new Fire Sub-station in the Joaquin area.

 

10. Lastly, they adjourned.

 

 

 

 

 

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Two Arrested for Sexual Assault: Corrected


 

 

 

 

Two local students were arrested yesterday afternoon after an ongoing investigation by the Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s Office and the Texas Rangers.  The investigation started early in March after two teenagers  made an outcry of sexual assault and other allegations that occurred at a residence in February of this year in Nacogdoches County.  


Forensic interviews and sane exams were conducted by the Harold’s House with both victims in the case. Sheriff Investigators and the Texas Rangers also conducted detailed interviews with the victims and witnesses in the investigation. 


During the investigation, officers executed several search warrants that have led to the seizure of evidence in the case. Investigators and the Texas Rangers established probable cause for arrest warrants for the arrest of Jacek Karczewski  17 years old and Triston Smith 18 years of age both from Nacogdoches. 

 

 

Triston Smith

 

 

Jacek Karczewski


Karczewski was arrested yesterday afternoon on  two counts of aggravated assault Felony 2nd degree and one count of sexual assault a 2nd degree felony. Triston Smith was arrested this morning for one count of sexual assault a 2nd degree felony. Both subjects were booked into the Nacogdoches County Jail. 


We know that there are numerous rumors going around the community about this case. We would ask our community not to engage in those rumors. If you have information about the case we would ask that you would please come forward and contact the Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s Office or the Texas Rangers. 


This investigation is still ongoing and no other information on this investigation will be released at this time. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Body Found in DeSoto Parish


 

 

Sheriff Jayson Richardson wanted to inform citizens of a possible homicide following a call from a citizen reporting a body located on the side of a roadway. At about 3:30 p.m. on, March 12, 2019, DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office received a call from a subject who had located what appeared to be a white male subject located in the woods off Asseff Road, near Interstate 49 in a very rural part of the Parish. Patrol deputies and Investigators responded to the location and found a deceased person in a heavily wooded area near the roadway. Investigators are currently processing the area. No additional details are currently available, and the investigation is on-going. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (318) 872-3956.

 

 

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San Augustine Commissioners' Court Meeting


 

 

 

 

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City of Center City Council Meeting


 

 

 

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City of Center LGC Meeting Agenda


 

 

 

 

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Burned Remains Located


 

 


Sheriff Jayson Richardson wanted to inform citizens of a suspected homicide following a call of burned remains on March 9, 2019, at about 10:20 a.m., DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office responded to a call about burned remains located on a well site off of White Springs Road in Frierson.  Upon arrival, deputies contacted the DeSoto Parish Coroner’s Office and were able to determine the remains were human.  Investigators responded to the scene and secured evidence related to the investigation.  Positive identification will be made by the Coroner’s Office and we have no further information available at this time.  This investigation is on-going and further information may be released at a later time.

 

 

 

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Nacogdoches County Crash 3/8/19


 

NACOGDOCHES COUNTY – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) responded to a report of a major crash on US 259, about twelve miles north of Nacogdoches.


The preliminary crash investigation indicates at approximately 9:38 p.m.,on March 8. 2019, a 2003 Ford SUV was traveling south on US 259 in the inside lane. For unknown reasons the driver of the Ford drove over the center of the roadway and struck a northbound 2014 Cadillac SUV head-on.


The driver of the Ford is identified as 38-year-old Victor Cecilio-Rodriquez from Lufkin. Cecilio-Rodriquez was pronounced deceased at the scene by a Nacogdoches County Justice of the Peace.


The driver of the Cadillac is identified as 64-year-old Huey Henderson from Henderson, TX. Henderson was also pronounced deceased at the scene. Three passengers traveling with Henderson were transported to Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital and identified as 63-year-old Leah Henderson and two 15-year-old females.


This crash remains under investigation. No additional information is available at this time.

 

 

 

 

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Shelby County Commissioners Court Meeting


 

 

Notice is hereby given that a Special meeting of the Governing body of the Shelby County Commissioners’ Court will be held on the 13th day of March, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. in the Courtroom of the Shelby County Courthouse at 200 San Augustine Street, Center, Shelby County, Texas to deliberate and consider action on the following items:

 

Approve the minutes of the February 6, 2019 Special meeting, the February 13, 2019 Regular meeting, and the February 27, 2019 Special meeting of the Shelby County Commissioners’ Court.

 

Approve and pay weekly expenses.

 

Approve offers report.

 

Public comments on Agenda item.

 

Discuss and approve the digitization of the Plat Records for the County Clerk’s office, with funds from the County Clerk’s Records Archive Budget.

 

Recognize completion of required continuing education for Ann Blackwell, County Treasurer.

 

Discuss and possibly approve taking sealed bids for a used Front End Loader for Commissioners Pct. 3 and Pct. 4.

 

Discuss and possibly approve Sheriff’s office to hire a part time Deputy to supervise and stay with any trustee while work is done at Courthouse, Sheriff’s office, and other County offices.
(3 days a week)

 

Discuss and possibly approve providing assistance to the Joaquin Fire Department by providing in-kind work for their new fire department building.

 

Adjourn. 

 

 

 

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Jury Duty San Augustine County Canceled


 


JURY DUTY FOR SAN AUGUSTINE COUNTY DISTRICT COURT HAS BEEN CANCELED FOR MARCH 11, 2019 PER DISTRICT CLERK CARMEN BROWN.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Center Firemen Respond to Structure Fire


 

 

 

Center Firemen were called to a structure fire on CR 3215, just off Hwy 7 East around 7:20 p.m. this past Sunday evening in the James Community.

 

According to radio communications, personnel arrived to find a vacant double-wide mobile home totally destroyed by flames. No other information is available at this time.

 

 

 

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Shelbyville Wins State in Basketball


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


After a spectacular season, the Shelbyville Dragons came out in the lead defeating the Gruver Greyhounds 67 to 48 to claim the state championship in basketball for class 2A at the Alamo Dome in San Antonio, Texas. 

 

 

 


Congratulations to the Shelby Dragon basketball team and their excellent Coach David Schmitt that lead them to victory this year. Shelby County was well represented.


 Go Dragons! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Baber Sand Bass Tournament Rescheduled


 

 

They are moving the 1st Annual Barber Sandbass Jackpot to Sunday, March 10, 2019. 

 

Sign up will still be on March 8, 2019, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Logansport riverfront pavilion.

 

For questions call, text or message Dana Barber Smith 318-347-6680 or Jana Barber Green 936-254-5005.

 

 

 

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Vidor Felon Charged with Illegally Possessing Firearms


 

 

BEAUMONT, Texas – A 39-year-old Vidor, Texas man has been indicted by a federal grand jury and charged with firearms violations in the Eastern District of Texas announced U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown today.

                

Brandon Aaron Holeman was named in a three-count indictment returned by a federal grand jury on Mar. 6, 2019, charging him with two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm and one count of possession of an unregistered firearm.

 

The indictment alleges that on two separate occasions, Dec. 12, 2018, and Feb. 2, 2019, Holeman was pulled over by law enforcement in Vidor and during both traffic stops, Holeman attempted to evade police and was arrested after brief pursuits.  Holeman was also in possession of firearms during both traffic stops, for a total of two revolvers, a pistol, and a sawed-off shotgun.  Further investigation revealed Holeman is a convicted felon and prohibited from owning or possessing firearms or ammunition. 

 

If convicted, Holeman faces up to 10 years in federal prison.

 

This case is being investigated by the Vidor Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives and prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Russell James.

 

It is important to note that a complaint, arrest, or indictment should not be considered as evidence of guilt and that all persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

 

 

 

 

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District Deputy Grand Master's to Visit Local Masonic Lodge


 

 

The District Deputy Grand Master of Masonic District 15 of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Texas will make an official visit to Sam Samford Lodge 149 in Center.  His visit will be made at the stated meeting of the lodge on March 12, 2019.  A covered dish dinner will be served at 6:30 pm and the meeting will follow at 7:30 pm.  The lodge is located on US Hwy 96 S approximately one half mile inside Loop 500.  We look forward to seeing you and hopefully a brother that you bring with you.

 

 

 

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Weather Update & Time Change


 

 

I know, I know, it is not Spring and yet we have to do our Spring Forward with our clocks to loose 1 hour at 2:00 AM this Sunday Morning. I suppose we will have to change the name to "Stays darker in the morning time" or "This Years Time to Loose Sleep".


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Severe Weather Possible on Saturday


Overview: There is the potential for severe weather on Saturday as a strong upper-level system crosses the area.

 

Threats: Tornadoes, large hail, and damaging winds.  

 

Timing: Saturday Morning (East Texas/Southeast Oklahoma) Saturday Afternoon (Northern Louisiana/Southwest Arkansas)

 

Impacts: Thunderstorms may lead to downed trees, structural damage, and power outages.  Heavy rain with storms may lead to localized flash flooding.  

 

 

 

 

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TxDOT URGES YOUNG DRIVERS TO PLAN FOR SOBER RIDE AHEAD OF SPRING BREAK


 


 

 

AUSTIN – Spring Break is a dangerous time on Texas roads, with hundreds of impaired driving crashes involving young drivers occurring each year. As college students and young adults head to Spring Break destinations in the coming weeks, the Texas Department of Transportation’s “Plan While You Can” campaign reminds them to make a plan for a sober ride before the party starts.

 

“Drinking alcohol and driving can severely impact a young person’s future. Many promising lives are cut short due to the poor decision to drink alcohol and drive,” said TxDOT Executive Director James Bass. “We urge young drivers to make responsible choices during the Spring Break holiday. Before heading out, please plan ahead for a sober ride to ensure you get to and from your destination safely.”

 

During last year’s Spring Break* in Texas, there were 444 crashes involving young drivers who were driving under the influence of alcohol. Those crashes killed 11 people and seriously injured another 37.

 

The “Plan While You Can” campaign includes a statewide tour featuring the new “Plan to Win” virtual reality game where participants are a part of an immersive trivia game which poses questions related to drinking alcohol and driving, and also demonstrates the consequences of drunk driving. Players avoid “jail” by answering questions correctly, and winners progress to a waiting taxi to receive a safe and sober ride. The experience will visit 10 Texas cities during March.

 

While drivers under the influence of alcohol risk killing or seriously injuring themselves or others, they also face up to $17,000 in fines and fees, jail time and loss of their driver’s license. Visit SoberRides.org to find alternatives to drinking alcohol and driving, such as:

 

Designating a sober driver or calling someone for a sober ride home

 

Contacting a cab or ride-share service


Using mass transit

 

Spending the night
 

“Plan While You Can” is a key component of #EndTheStreakTX, a larger grassroots effort that encourages drivers to make safer choices while on the road. Since Nov. 7, 2000, at least one person has died on Texas roadways every single day and that’s why #EndTheStreakTX asks all Texans to commit to helping end the streak of daily deaths on our roadways.

 

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Phone Scam


 

 

Shelby County Sheriff’s Office is warning area residents of a phone scam.

 

A scammer has been calling Shelby County residents and telling them they’re going to be arrested for missing jury duty.

 

The only way to keep from being arrested, according to the scammer, is to purchase gift cards and give the caller the gift card information over the phone.

 

The caller states he is Lieutenant Del Birdwell of the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office.

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office will NEVER call to warn an individual of an arrest warrant.

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office will NEVER request payment by means of a gift card.

 

The telephone number being used by the caller is 936.203.8900. If you receive a call, DO NOT give the caller any information. This is a scam.

 

 

 

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Shelbyville Basketball Sendoff


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shelbyville Dragon's Basketball sendoff 2019, they are headed to the state tournament this Friday at 10 a.m. at the Alamo Dome in San Antonio, Texas. They will take on Hearne. The game will be covered live on KQBB 100.5 FM with the legendary Don Wall broadcasting. Tickets are $16 at Shelbyville Highschool and $19 at the box office in San Antonio.

 

 

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Court Case Involving the Minor that Allegedly Shot & Killed Austin Underbrink - Updated


 

 

The trial involving a minor that allegedly shot and killed Austin Underbrink. The District Attorney office issued the following statement:

 

“Given that the defendant involved was a juvenile, the District Attorney does not feel that it would be proper to make any public comments about the particulars of the case.” - District Attorney Steven Shires

 

 

 

 

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Shelby County Live Stock Show Results & Coverage Updated


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The 2019 Shelby County Live Stock Show was held on Feb. 28, 2019, at the Shelby County Rodeo Arena. Kids from local schools gathered to have their animals judged. Center Broadcasting Company attended the event. The sale will be held this Saturday evening March 2, 2019, at the John D. Windham Civic Center in Center, Texas with a dinner starting at 6 p.m. and the auction beginning at 7 p.m. the event will be covered live on KQBB 100.5 FM.  

 

 

Click here for the photo album:

 

 

Results:

 

The 14th Annual Shelby County 4-H & FFA Livestock Show was held February 28, 2019 at the Sheriff’s Posse Rodeo Arena with over 80 exhibitors.  Weigh-in of market animals started at 7:30 a.m. and the show began at 10:00 a.m. with rabbits judged by Mr. Hank Darden.  Keaton Dodd, Texas A&M Livestock Judge Coach, judged the lambs, goats, swine, and cattle. Mr. Dodd was very informative and interactive with the youth and animals.  The Buyers Appreciation Bar-b-que and Livestock Auction was held on March 2nd at the John Dean Windham Civic Center.  The following are the results of the show and auction:

 

 

For photos of the Champions Click Here:

 

  

Champions Row Represented By:

 

Baylor Kimbro of Timpson FFA showed the Grand Champion Steer.  Following the show, Baylor’s steer sold at the livestock auction for $4,500 with Hawkeye Hunting Club purchasing the 1,215 pound steer.

 

Reserve Champion Steer honor went to Ethan Wood of Joaquin FFA. Ethan’s steer was purchased by Oilfield Buyers Group for $4,499. 

 

The Grand Champion Market Swine was shown by Jayden Cater of Joaquin FFA with XTO purchasing the champion hog for $3,500.

 

Alexis Clouse of Joaquin FFA showed the Reserve Champion Market Swine.  The hog was sold to Deep East Texas Electric Co-op for $2,500. 

 

In the Market Goat division, Avery Metcalf of Timpson FFA showed the Grand Champion. Avery’s goat was purchased for $3,500 by Farmers State Bank.

 

The Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat was shown by Wesley Wages of Center FFA.  Wesley’s goat was purchased for $2,500 by Shelby Savings Bank and General Shelters.

 

Jairo Blanco of Joaquin FFA showed the Grand Champion Market Lamb in Thursday’s Show.  Shelby Savings Bank and General Shelters purchased Jairo’s lamb for $2,500.

 

Reserve Champion honors in the Market Lamb division went to Macey Jo Hanson of Timpson FFA.  Common Disposal and L&R Timber were the winning bidders for $2,000.

Highest Placing Senior Scholarship in the Market Lambs went to Macey Jo Hanson.

 

The Grand Champion Market Rabbit was shown by Emma Kaluza of Center FFA.  Emma will receive premium money in the amount of $400.  Kayla Oliver of Joaquin FFA showed the Reserve Grand Champion pen of market rabbits.  She will receive $350 in premium money.

 

The livestock’s auction premium money totaled just over $76,137 for local 4-H and FFA members according to Brett Gaylord, Show Chairman.  

 

Shelby County Farm Bureau and Raymond Motor Company sponsored the breeding show awards.

  

Money has been added by buyers to bring all exhibitor’s money up to $2,000 for each exhibitor who made the auction!

 

Other placings in Saturday's Show were as follows:

 

 

Rabbit Show Results:

 

Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Breeding Rabbits - Buck:

Kymber Magness (Center FFA) - Grand Champion

Katie Ford (Timpson FFA) - Reserve Grand Champion

 

Grand Champion Breeding Rabbits - Doe:

April Ramsey (Timpson FFA) - Grand Champion

Aubre Andrusick (Center FFA) - Reserve Grand Champion

 

Market Rabbits:

Emma Kaluza (Center FFA) - Grand Champion Rabbit

Kayla Oliver (Joaquin FFA) - Reserve Grand Champion Rabbit

Victoria Lee (Center FFA) - 3rd Place

Lexie Truitt (Center FFA) - 4th Place

Cullen Freeman (Joaquin FFA) - 5th Place

Talya Davis (Center FFA) - 6th Place

Raeleigh Taylor (Joaquin FFA) - 7th Place

Shelbi Miller (Joaquin FFA) - 8th Place 

 

Swine Show Results:

 

Swine Showmanship Results:

 

Alexis Clouse of Joaquin FFA was named Champion Senior Swine Showman.  The trophy buckle was presented by Shelby County Farm Bureau.  Center FFA presented the Junior Champion Swine Showman buckle to Irelynn Clouse of Joaquin FFA.

 

 

Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Breeding Swine - Gilt

Stormie Meyers (Joaquin FFA) - Grand Champion

Jaylee Cater (Joaquin FFA) - Reserve Grand Champion

 

Breeding Swine - Gilt

Stormie Meyers (Joaquin FFA) - First

Jaylee Cater (Joaquin FFA) - Second

Benjamin Smithhart (Joaquin FFA) - Third

 

Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Market Swine

Jayden Cater (Joaquin FFA) - Grand Champion

Alexis Clouse (Joaquin FFA) - Reserve Grand Champion

 

Market Swine Class 1:

Kyleigh Avery (Joaquin FFA) - First

Irelynn Clouse (Joaquin FFA) - Second

Jaeli Standridge (Timpson FFA) - Third

James Spencer (Shelbyville FFA) - Fourth

James Parrish (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Fifth

Melanie Parrish (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Sixth

 

Market Swine Class 2:            

Kaitleigh Avery (Joaquin FFA) - First

Evan Miller (Joaquin FFA) - Second

Lauren Neal (Joaquin FFA) - Third

Jarret Page (Timpson FFA) - Fourth

Ethan Wood (Shelbyville FFA) - Fifth

Daniel Webster (Joaquin FFA) - Sixth

 

Market Swine Class 3:

Jayden Cater (Joaquin FFA) - First

Alexis Clouse (Joaquin FFA) - Second

Madison Russell (Center FFA) - Third

Dustin Weir (Joaquin FFA) - Fourth

Bailey Shadix (Timpson FFA) - Fifth

Jackson Cater (Joaquin FFA) - Sixth

Markus Harber (Timpson FFA) - Seventh

 

 

Market Swine Class 4:

Slade Kirby (Center FFA) - First

Corben Odom (Center FFA) - Second

Trevor Hightower (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Third

Stormie Myers (Joaquin FFA) - Fourth

Loren Vandrovec (Shelbyville FFA) - Fifth

Logan Williams (Shelbyville FFA) - Sixth

 

 

Market Swine Sale Order:

Jayden Cater, Joaquin FFA- Grand Champion purchased by XTO for $3,500

Alexis Clouse, Joaquin FFA - Reserve Grand Champion purchased by Deep East Texas Electric Co-op for $2,500

Kaitleigh Avery, Joaquin FFA - purchased by Hawkeye Hunting Club for $1,000

Slade Kirby, Center FFA - purchased by Farmers State Bank for $1,250

Kyleigh Avery, Joaquin FFA - purchased by Cobb-Vantress Hatchery, Timpson Joaquin Quickstop for $1,500

Evan Miller, Joaquin FFA - purchased by American State Bank for $1,600

Lauren Neal, Joaquin FFA – purchased by Eastern, Adams Ford, Mark Bass, Red Dog, Southern Transport, Top Line Rentals, Red Zone, Axis Energy Energy Services, Badger, Joe Harris KLX, Hammer Down, Stallion, Racheal Curry, Boots Smith (Bill Jenkins), Youngblood (Neal’s)

Maddie Russell, Center FFA – purchased by Wiggins Farms, Wiggins Hunting Lodge. Maddie was the Highest Placing Market Senior in the Market Swine division.  Maddie will receive a $500 scholarship.

 

 

Goat Show Results:

 

Goat Showmanship Results:

 

In the Goat division, April Ramsey of Timpson FFA was named Champion Senior Showman and was presented a buckle by Timpson FFA.  Hannah Wages of Center FFA was named Champion Junior Showman and her buckle was presented by Farm Bureau.

 

Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Breeding Goats - Doe:

Wesley Wages (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Grand Champion

Austin Vaughn (Shelbyville FFA) - Reserve Grand Champion

 

Breeding Goats - Doe:

Wesley Wages (Shelby Co. 4-H) - First

Austin Vaughn (Shelbyville FFA) - Second

Hannah Wages (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Third

 

Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Breeding Goats - Buck:

Austin Vaughn (Shelbyville FFA) - Grand Champion

 

Breeding Goats - Buck:

Austin Vaughn (Shelbyville FFA) - First

 

Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Market Goats:

Avery Metcalf (Timpson FFA) - Grand Champion

Wesley Wages (Center FFA) - Reserve Grand Champion

 

Market Goats Light Weight:

Ashlynn Lindgren (Timpson FFA) - First

Keelie McDonald (Timpson FFA) - Second

Alyssa Cummings (Joaquin FFA) – Third

Carsen Vickers (Center FFA) – Fourth

 

Market Goats Heavy Weights:

Avery Metcalf (Timpson FFA) – First

Wesley Wages (Center FFA) – Second

April Ramsey (Timpson FFA) – Third

Hannah Wages (Center FFA) – Fourth

 

Market Goats - Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Sale Order:

Avery Metcalf, Timpson FFA - Grand Champion purchased by Farmers State Bank for $3,500

Wesley Wages, Center FFA - Reserve Grand Champion purchased by Shelby Savings Bank and General Shelters for $2,500

April Ramsey, Timpson FFA – purchased by Mackey Cattle for $2,250

Ashlynn Lindgren, Timpson FFA – purchased by Timpson Joaquin Quickstop, Cobb Vantress Sales, Cobb Vantress Hatchery, McDonald and Sons, The Behrens Family 

Hannah Wages, Center FFA – purchased by Borders Poultry Supply for $2,000

Keelie McDonald, Timpson FFA – purchased by Farm Bureau for $2,000

Alyssa Cummings, Joaquin FFA – purchased by Hawkeye Hunting Club for $2,000

Carsen Vickers, Center FFA – purchased by Shelby Savings Bank and General Shelters for $2,250

 

Lamb Show Results:

 

Lamb Showmanship Results:

 

Farm Bureau presented Jairo Blanco of Joaquin FFA with the Champion Senior Lamb Showmanship buckle.  Abby Messer of Timpson FFA received the Champion Junior Lamb Showmanship buckle from Shelby County 4-H.

 

Breeding Ewe Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion:

Jairo Blanco (Joaquin FFA) – Grand Champion

Macey Jo Hanson (Timpson FFA) – Reserve Grand Champion

 

Market Lambs - Light Weights:

Jairo Blanco (Joaquin FFA) - First

Kennedy Bush (Center FFA) - Second

Caden Solomon (Timpson FFA) - Third

Emmalee Richardson (Timpson FFA) - Fourth

Kallie Solomon (Timpson FFA) - Fifth

 

Market Lambs - Heavy Weights:

Macey Jo Hanson (Timpson FFA) - First

Lance Holloway (Center FFA) - Second

Logan Holloway (Center FFA) - Third

Cara Searay (Timpson FFA) - Fourth

Hunter Sample (Timpson FFA) - Fifth

Abby Messer (Timpson FFA) - Sixth

 

Market Lambs Grand Champion, Reserve Grand Champion and Sale Order:

Jairo Blanco, Joaquin FFA - Grand Champion purchased by Shelby Savings Bank and General Shelters for $2,500

Macey Jo Hanson, Timpson FFA - Reserve Grand Champion purchased by Common Disposal and L&R Timber for $2,000

Kennedy Bush, Center FFA – purchased by Hawkeye Hunting Club for $1,999

Lance Holloway, Center FFA – purchased by Farm Bureau for $1,999

Logan Holloway, Center FFA – purchased by Tyson Foods – Carthage for $1,999

Caden Solomon, Timpson FFA – purchased by Dr. Dixon Golden, Ace Hardware of East Texas, Cockrell Farms, Smith Sawmill Services for $1,999

Cara Searay, Timpson FFA – purchased by Farmers State Bank for $1,999

Emmalee Richardson, Timpson FFA – purchased by Timberlake Farms for $1,999

 

 

Beef Show Results are as follows:

 

Beef Showmanship Results:

In the Beef division, Abi Hooper of Joaquin FFA was presented the Senior Beef Showmanship buckle by Joaquin FFA. Shelbyville FFA presented Baylor Kimbro of Timpson FFA with the Junior Beef Showmanship buckle.

 

Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Heifers of Show:

Ethan Wood (Joaquin FFA) - Grand Champion

Camille Greer (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Reserve Grand Champion

 

The Highest Placing Champion County Bred Heifer: 

Was shown by Abi Hooper. Abi will receive $750 from Link Charolais & Dr. Derek Grant.  The 2nd place County Bred Heifer was shown by Baylor Kimbro. Baylor will receive $250 from Link Charolais & Dr. Derek Grant. 

 

Division Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion American/American Cross Heifer

Abi Hooper (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Grand Champion Division

Baylor Kimbro (Timpson FFA) - Reserve Grand Champion Division

 

 

American/American Cross: Class 1

Abi Hooper (Shelby Co. 4-H) - First

Ally Kimbro (Timpson FFA) - Second

 

American/American Cross: Class 2

Abi Hooper (Shelby Co. 4-H) - First

April Ramsey (Timpson FFA) - Second

Mayson Harbison (Timpson FFA) - Third

Cale Cornelius (Timpson FFA) - Fourth

April Ramsey (Timpson FFA) - Fifth

 

American/American Cross: Class 3

Brecken Kimbro (Timpson FFA) - First

Cale Cornelius (Timpson FFA) - Second

 

American/American Cross: Class 4

Baylor Kimbro (Timpson FFA) - First

Ally Kimbro (Timpson FFA) - Second

 

American/American Cross Heifer: Class 5

Baylor Kimbro (Timpson FFA) - First

 

Division Grand Champion and Reserve Champion English and English Cross Heifers:

Tucker Gamble (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Grand Champion Division

Allison Gamble (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Reserve Grand Champion Division

 

English and English Cross Heifer: Class 1

Tucker Gamble (Shelby Co. 4-H) - First

Allison Gamble (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Second

 

English and English Cross Heifer: Class 2

Tucker Gamble (Shelby Co. 4-H) - First

Samantha Ferrebee (Shelbyville FFA) - Second

 

English and English Cross Heifer: Class 3

Allison Gamble (Shelby Co. 4-H) - First

 

Division Grand Champion and Reserve Champion Exotic and Exotic Cross Heifers:

Ethan Wood (Joaquin FFA) - Division Grand Champion

Camille Greer (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Reserve Grand Champion

 

Exotic and Exotic Cross Heifers: Class 1

Ethan Wood (Joaquin FFA) - First

April Ramsey (Timpson FFA) – Second

 

Exotic and Exotic Cross Heifers: Class 2

Ethan Wood (Joaquin FFA) - First

Camille Greer (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Second

Ethan Wood (Joaquin FFA) - Third

 

 

Bull Show Results:

 

Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Bull of Show:

Camille Greer (Shelby Co. 4-H) - Grand Champion

Ethan Wood (Joaquin FFA) - Reserve Grand Champion

 

Breeding Bull:

Camille Greer (Shelby Co. 4-H) - First

Ethan Wood (Joaquin FFA) – Second

 

Highest Placing County Bred Steer, Breeder Award - Lane Dunn

 

Market Steer Results:

 

Steer Grand Champion, Reserve Grand Champion and Sale Order:

Baylor Kimbro, Timpson FFA - Grand Champion purchase by Hawkeye Hunting Club for $4,500. The Highest Placing County Bred Steer was shown by Baylor. He will be presented with $1000 from Farmers State Bank. The steer shown by Baylor was also the "highest gaining" steer of the show.  He will receive $150.

 

Ethan Wood, Joaquin FFA - Reserve Grand Champion purchased by Oilfield Buyers Group, Eastern, Adams Ford, Mark Bass, Red Dog, Southern Transport, Top Line Rentals, Red Zone, Axis Energy Energy Services, Badger, Joe Harris KLX, Hammer Down, Stallion, Racheal Curry, Boots Smith (Bill Jenkins), Youngblood (Neal’s)

 

Abi Hooper, Shelby Co. 4-H – purchased by LouTex for $3,000

Trey Harvey, Joaquin FFA – purchased by 5H Farms for $4,498. The Larry Hagler Memorial Scholarship is given to the highest placing senior in the Market Steer division. Highest Placing Senior in the Market Steer division was Trey Harvey.  Trey will receive a $500 scholarship.

Jake Neal, Joaquin FFA – purchased by Oilfield Buyers and Youngblood Oil for $4,498. Jake was 2nd Highest Placing County Bred Steer. He will receive $250 presented by Shelby County Farm Bureau

John Weir, Joaquin FFA – purchased by Fish and Still and Heritage Land Bank for $1,500

 

Congratulations to all of our exhibitors and thank you to all those who donate and volunteer to make this program a huge success!

 

 

 

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Center Middle School Remains Closed Due to Power Outage


 

 

SWEPCO and others have worked through the night. Unfortunately, power is not yet restored, and problems remain.

 

Therefore, Center Middle School will be closed today, March 6. All other campuses will be open and on a regular schedule.

 

The Center Intermediate School is without phone and internet services as a result of the outage at CMS. I again apologize for the inconvenience. All efforts are being made to restore power as quickly and safely as possible.

 

- Dr. James Hockenberry, Superintendent

 

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Show your stuff at the Texas Blueberry Festival Vendor applications are available


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NACOGDOCHES, TX - For those wanting to exhibit products and services at the 30th Annual Texas Blueberry Festival presented by Tipton Ford-Lincoln, please complete and return the Vendor Application to the Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce while space is available. The festival is 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 8 in historic downtown Nacogdoches.

 

“The Texas Blueberry Festival has established an impressive reputation with vendors throughout our state and beyond. A large number of food, product and service vendors return year after year, and we want to include new vendors to the event,” festival Chairman Grace Handler said. “Our charming brick streets in historic downtown are the perfect base for just about anyone, but the space is limited. We want to make sure anyone that has serious intentions quickly returns the application to secure a spot in the festival.”

 

Recent blueberry festivals have attracted more than 20 thousand attendees.  

 

"Hours upon hours of work by volunteers and community partners, including our City staff, police force and fire and rescue department are invested in producing a safe, secure environment at the festival for everyone to enjoy," Handler said. "We expect to draw thousands again to this year's festival, especially with the 30-year anniversary to celebrate. Logistic organizers must begin work now to properly place vendors in the festival location."

 

Go to www.TexasBlueberryFestival.com, the official website for more information, and find the Vendor link on the Home page or call 936-560-5533.

 

The Texas Blueberry Festival is produced by the Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce.

 

 

 

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Youth Revival


 

Open Door Baptist  Worship Center Youth Revival March 12 through 14, 2019 at 7 p.m. nightly
Minister Cameron Cloudy of Abundant Love Ministries "Repositioning  for Youth"

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TEXT-TO-9-1-1 SERVICES AVAILABLE IN SHELBY COUNTY


 

 

The Deep East Texas Council of Governments (DETCOG) Regional 9-1-1 Program is pleased to announce the availability of Text-to-9-1-1 service in Shelby County. Text to 9-1-1 is a service that allows citizens to send a text message directly to 9-1-1 for assistance in the event they are unable to make a voice call.

 

It is important to remember that text to 9-1-1 services should only be used in an emergency situation when someone is unable to speak or hear. If you need emergency help and are able to call 9-1-1, please do so.  It takes longer to get your location and other vital information when communicating through text messages.

 

When texting 9-1-1, you need to know your exact location and the nature of your emergency. Use street signs, mile markers, cross roads and land marks to help identify your location. Use simple language and no abbreviations or slang. Please do NOT TEXT and DRIVE! Pull over to a safe location before sending a text to 9-1-1. 

 

To use Text to 9-1-1, simply send a text as you would normally. In the recipient field enter 911, compose the message and push send. Once your text is sent, the 9-1-1 system will send an automated message asking the individual texting for the address of the emergency. This starts the text session between the 9-1-1 dispatcher and the individual needing emergency help.   

Text to 9-1-1 is intended for emergency situations where a person is deaf, hard-of-hearing, speech impaired, can’t make a voice call, or when speaking out loud would put the individual in danger.  Text-to-9-1-1 provides a silent alternative in cases such as a child abduction, active shooter or domestic abuse.

 

In 2018, the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office received 13,344 emergency 9-1-1 calls. Nearly 200,000 calls were made to 9-1-1 in the 12-county DETCOG region last year, and approximately 83 percent of those 9-1-1 calls were from cellular phones.

 

If you are in an area where texting service is not available to 9-1-1, you will receive a ‘bounce-back’ message telling you to make a voice call.  If you would like more information about Text-to-9-1-1, please contact Van Bush, DETCOG Director of Regional 9-1-1 Network, at 409-381-5263 or email at vbush@detcog.org. You can also visit DETCOG’s website at www.detcog.org.

 

 

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SKYWARN Training


 

 

Due to the large number of responses to this Community Service Event, we are officially moving the location for the event to the First Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. The event is free & open to all who have an interest in learning more about severe weather observation and reporting. This is an event that rarely presents itself to interested people both here and in the surrounding Counties. Also, it's a great opportunity to visit with Chris Nuttall, Forecast Meteorologist, and Charlie Woodrum, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, who will be coming to teach the class and visit with us. 
 

                                       

            SKYWARN® Storm Spotter Training

Visit with Meteorologists from the Shreveport NWS Center

 

Where:  City of San Augustine, San Augustine County

             

First Methodist Church Fellowship Hall

South East Corner of HWY 21 & Liberty Street (Hwy 2213)

Parking on East side near East entry

San Augustine, Texas 75972

             

Call Tom Johnson @936-275-7255

When:  Tuesday, March 19th at 5:30 pm.  

                       

Light refreshments will be served.

 

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Bass Tournament in Logansport


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This year the Logansport Sand Bass tournament is being put on, not by the Chamber but by longtime participants of the Tournament the Barber sisters.  Center Broadcasting Company traveled to Logansport and met with them on the chilly Logansport riverfront stage to find out more about the upcoming tournament, that will be held this Saturday, March 9, 2019. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Shelbyville Basketball Information


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pastor Stories - David Long


 

 

This time on Pastor Stories we met with the Pastor of the Jackson Missionary Baptist Church.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Shelbyville Advances to State in Basketball


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The Shelbyville basketball team defeated Grapeland 55 - 39 to advance to state.

 

They will play Hearne on Friday, March 8th at 10 a.m. at the Alamo Dome in San Antonio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Basketball Update


Tenaha Tigers lose to Grapeland 58-46 and Shelbyville wins over Lovelady 99- 72.

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Shelby County Commissioners Court Meeting


 

 

 


Notice is hereby given that a Special meeting of the Governing body of the Shelby County Commissioners’ Court will be held on the 6th day of March, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. in the Courtroom of the Shelby County Courthouse at 200 San Augustine Street, Center, Shelby County, Texas to deliberate and consider action on the following items:


1. Approve and pay weekly expenses.

 

2. Approve current Payroll.

 

3.Public comments on Agenda item.

 

4. Discuss and possibly approve Sheriff’s office to hire a part-time Deputy to supervise and stay with any trustee while work is done at Courthouse, Sheriff’s office, and other County offices.
(3 days a week)

 

5. Adjourn.

 

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Today's News 3-1-19


 

 

 

 

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Shelbyville Youth Sports Fish Fry Fundraiser


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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