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Dollar General Store Robbery



On 07/17/2018 at approximately 4:34 p.m., an unknown black male, entered the Dollar General store located at 806 Tenaha St. in Center Texas, wearing a black shirt and black shorts and a black flat-billed ball cap, with a white T-shirt wrapped around his face.


There the unknown male subject pointed a black and silver semi-automatic handgun at the cashier and demanded the register to be opened, the cashier complied, and the male subject took the cash from the drawer and left the store.

Anyone with any information concerning these actions, or information on the identity of this subject, is urged to contact the Center Police Department. Our Office and Officers are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.



The Center PD can be reached at 936-598-2788.





Evening News 7-18-19






Tenaha School Board Meeting






TxDOT Update


LUFKIN – Motorists will likely encounter a work zone or road closure as work continues in many areas. While work schedules are likely to change in inclement weather, plans for construction and maintenance of roadways extend throughout the nine-county Lufkin District.


Motorists are urged to reduce speed through a work zone, obey the Move Over, Slow Down law and stay alert for workers and moving equipment through work zones. Project updates and plans for the week of July 22-26 include:



US 59 South: Crews are scheduled to continue upgrading metal beam guardrail and cross structures along with excavation and backfilling in various locations from SL 287 in Lufkin to the Polk County line.


US 69: Work continues from FM 844 to FM 1270 south of Zavalla to widen the existing two-lanes to a four-lane divided highway. Dirt is being hauled for excavation and embankment work. Beams placed for the US 69 northbound ramps are being placed at SH 63. Crews are also cement treating the new areas of construction and doing dirt work in the Shawnee Prairie area. Motorists should be alert for trucks exiting and entering the roadway throughout the construction site. Intermittent lane closures expected.


SH 7: Work is scheduled to cut high edges in various locations. Lane closures expected.

FM 324: Crews are scheduled to work to pour concrete for headwalls and work on metal guard beam guardrail on this project designed to improve guardrail to design standard and safety treat fixed objects from just south of SH 94 to US 59. Lane closures expected.


FM 2497: Repair work is scheduled to begin on the Cedar Creek Bridge. Motorists should be alert to road closures and heavy equipment in the area.



SH 103/SL 287: Crews are clearing the right of way and removing pavement near Spur 339 on this project designed to widen existing pavement for additional turn lanes from just south of SL 36 to just north of SP 339.


SH 147: Work is scheduled to pour concrete for guardrail attachments on the Lake Sam Rayburn Bridge that will result in a lane closure on this project designed to upgrade metal beam guardrail to design standards and safety treat fixed objects from just north of FM 3123 to FM 2109.


FM 842: Crews are scheduled to level up the pavement in various locations. Lane closures expected.


Robinson Lane: This roadway has been reopened and crews are monitoring vegetative establishment on this bridge replacement project at Gilliland Creek.


East Lufkin Avenue: Crews are scheduled to continue work on East Lufkin Avenue near the intersection of Timberland Drive that will include cleaning, placing sod and removing forms on this project designed to add sidewalks near the intersection.


Various locations: Work is scheduled to apply herbicide, patch potholes, install signs and sweep the roadway.



SH 87: Crews are working from near the high school in Hemphill to SH 83 on this project designed to add pedestrian sidewalks in the area.


FM 83: Crews are working on cross culvert and driveway structures along with sod placement from SH 87 to FM 3121 on this project designed to safety treat fixed objects.


FM 1: Crews are scheduled to continue to widen the subgrade on this project that will upgrade metal beam guardrail to design standards and provide additional pavement width from the San Augustine County line to SH 103.


FM 944: Work is scheduled to level up base in various locations. Lane closures are expected.



US 96: Work is scheduled to place striping and backfill pavement from US 84 to SH 87. Lane closures expected.



SH 21: Crews will continue to place embankment at the Attoyac River Bridge on this bridge replacement project. Lane closures are expected.


SH 21: Bridge replacements are complete and crews continue to monitor vegetative establishment at Venado Creek, Niciper Creek and Perkins Creek.


FM 711: Crews will be working to backfill shoulders on this project designed to reconstruct and widen the pavement from the Shelby County line to US 96.


FM 2390: Crews are scheduled to repair base in various locations. Intermittent lane closures expected.


FM 1277: Work is scheduled for base repairs in various locations. Lane closures expected.



SH 21: Work will continue to place culvert extensions on this project designed to upgrade metal bean guardrail to design standards and safety treat fixed objects from SH 7 to the San Augustine County line and on SH 21 from the San Augustine line to FM 3448 in Sabine County. Motorists should expect intermittent lane closures.


FM 95: Crews are monitoring vegetative establishment on this completed bridge replacement project at Terrapin Creek.


FM 226: Work is scheduled to backfill headwalls on this project designed to upgrade metal beam guardrail to design standards and safety treat fixed objects from SH 21 to the end of pavement. Possible lane closures are expected.


FM 1638: Crews continue to monitor vegetative establishment on this project designed to upgrade metal beam guardrail to design standards, safety treat fixed objects and provide additional pavement width from FM 698 to US 59/SL 224.


FM 2609: Work to relocate utilities and construct storm sewers continues on this project designed to widen the roadway from Raguet Street to North Street (BU 59). This roadway remains closed to through traffic.



US 59: Crews are scheduled to remove debris, repair signs, delineators and repair potholes in various locations.


SH 150: Crews are scheduled to continue work on driveway culverts, embankment and flexible base throughout the project along with prime and seal coating in one section of this project designed to reconstruct the pavement and add passing lanes from the Walker County line to FM 945 North.


SH 156: Work is planned to repair pavement edges, reshape high shoulders and work on clearing drainage and culverts in various locations. Some lane closures are possible.


FM 2693: Crews are scheduled to work in various locations to trim limbs and remove dead trees from the right of way.


FM 2025: Crews will remove dead trees and trim trees in various locations.


FM 224: Crews are installing mow strips on this project designed to improve and upgrade metal beam guardrail to design standards from SH 156 North to SH 156 South.

Various locations: Herbicide application is planned for vegetative control.



FM 2262: Striping is complete and clean-up is being done on this project designed to reconstruct and widen pavement from FM 357 to SH 94.


For more information, contact or (936) 633-4395.





State Police Seeking Fugitive in Northwest Louisiana



Webster Parish – Louisiana State Police Troop G is asking for the public’s help in locating a subject who fled from a traffic stop and has fugitive warrants from the Grayson County (Texas) Sheriff’s Office for sexual assault of a child and injuring a child with intentional bodily injury. 


On July 17, 2019, shortly before 10:00 p.m., Troopers conducted a traffic stop on a 2019 Nissan Versa for a traffic violation on I-20 Milepost 39 in Webster Parish.  A passenger in the vehicle, later identified as Jose R. Martinez-Alberto, fled from the vehicle on foot.  Troopers, with the help of multiple law enforcement agencies, are attempting to locate Martinez.  Martinez was last seen at Camp Minden, located on US Hwy 80 east of Goodwill Road. 


Martinez is a Hispanic male and is approximately 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs approximately 125 pounds.  Martinez was last seen wearing a maroon short sleeve shirt and shorts. 


A unified command has been established with the assistance of the Bossier Parish Sherriff’s office, Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office, Camp Minden, David Wade Correctional Center, U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force, and DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office has been set up in search of Martinez around the Camp Minden area.  Residents in Webster and Bossier parishes may see an increased law enforcement presence due to the effort to locate Martinez. 


Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of Martinez is asked to contact Louisiana State Police Troop G at 318-741-7411 or their local law enforcement agency.  




Work Scheduled on SH 87 at SL 500 in Center



LUFKIN – Work is expected to begin Monday, July 22, in Shelby County that will require lane closures at an intersection through August 9, weather permitting.


SH 87 at SL 500 in Center will have lane closures and delays as parts of the intersection are milled and repairs are made to the base of the roadway. A hot mix overlay will be applied to the intersection to complete the surface. Intermittent lane closures are expected throughout the project until completion.


This project is designed to rehabilitate the existing roadway in order to enhance safety and extend the life of the roadway. Traffic control will be in place throughout the project.


Motorists are urged to reduce speed in and near the work zone, respect all traffic control and stay alert for workers and moving equipment. For information on closures and road conditions, visit


For more information, contact or (936) 633-4395.




DPSO Hosts Hunter Safety Course - Corrected


Sheriff Jayson Richardson would like to inform the public that the DeSoto Parish Sheriff's Office will be hosting a Hunter's Safety Class at the DeSoto Parish Training Center. The classes will begin on Thursday, August 22nd and will continue through Saturday, August 24th, 2019. Drinks and a light snack will be provided on Thursday and Saturday, and a meal will be provided Friday night.



This course will be led by the DeSoto Parish Sheriff's and the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, to be hosted by Deputy Michael Dunn and Captain Phillip Daniels. Hunter's Education Courses are open to persons of all ages, but only those 10 years of age or older are eligible for certification. Upon successful completion of the course, students receive a Louisiana Hunter Education Certificate Card that is recognized by all states and provinces that require hunter education. The classes are free; however, spots are limited. We have provided a link below where you must register in order to participate in the course.


Please, note that attendees must attend all three days to receive certification.

Date and Time:
Thursday, August 22nd: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday, August 23rd: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Saturday, August 24th: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

DeSoto Parish Training Center
120 Sprocket Lane, 
Grand Cane, LA


Register by clicking the link:

For further information you may contact Captain Phillip Daniels at: (318) 401-3017.



Joaquin School Board Meeting Minutes






Shelby County Commissioners' Court Results


The Shelby County Commissioners Court met on July 17, 2019, at the active Shelby County

Courthouse and took the following actions:


1. They approved and paid weekly expenses.


2. No public comments where given.


3. They discussed the letter from the City of Center Economic Development on the Old County Hospital. They tabled taking action.


4. They Approved the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Interlocal Agreement for 9-1-1 Public Safety Answering Point Services and the interlocal agreement for 9-1-1 Ali Services.


5. They tabled taking action on the bids for a portable or steel building for the Justice of the Peace 1 office.


6. They discussed remodeling the Juvenile Probation building to accommodate Justice of the Peace 1. They tabled this item.


7. The court adjourned.




Today's News 7-17-19







DPS Ramping Up Move Over/Slow Down Enforcement


LUFKIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is continuing their enforcement efforts across the state focusing specifically on violations of the state’s Move Over/Slow Down law.

These periodic enforcement operations by DPS Troopers are planned throughout the year at various locations in Texas, with several operations planned in July. One of those operations will take place in Beaumont District throughout the day on Wednesday, July 17. The Department of Transportation will be participating in a non-enforcement capacity.

The law, originally passed in 2003, requires motorists to move over or slow down when certain vehicles – including police, fire, EMS, Texas Department of Transportation vehicles and tow trucks – are stopped on the side of the road with emergency lights activated.

“Our Highway Patrol Troopers and other offices risk their lives every day for the people of Texas, and their safety is particularly vulnerable while working on the side of the road, where the slightest mistake by a passing motorist can end in tragedy,” said DPS Director Steven McCraw. “While our officers are serving and protecting Texans, we’re asking drivers to do their part by adhering to the law – simply move over or slow down.”

Specifically, Texas law states that a driver must either:

Vacate the lane closest to the applicable vehicles stopped on the side of the road (if
the road has multiple lanes traveling in the same direction) or

Slow down to 20 mph below the speed limit. (If the speed limit is below 25 mph, the
driver must slow down to 5 mph)

Drivers should only move over if they can do so safely and legally; otherwise, they should slow

“In light of the numerous vehicle crashes that occur in Texas and across the nation on a daily basis, and the unfortunate fact that many still violate the state law that has been in effect over 15 years, we are increasing our enforcement and education efforts related to this law,” said Director McCraw. “In addition to complying with the law to protect those who work on the side of the road, we encourage motorists to show the same courtesy to fellow drivers stopped along the roadways. Let’s all get home safely.”

2Violations of the law can result in a fine of up to $200; the fine increases to $500 if there is
property damage. If violators cause bodily injury, they can be charged with a Class B
misdemeanor, resulting in possible jail time and a maximum fine of $2,000.

Data from 2018 shows that DPS issued more than 41,000 warnings and citations to motorists
violating the Move Over/Slow Down law. Preliminary data shows this year approximately
12,300 warnings and citations were issued for violating the law.




What-A-Melon Festival Beauty Pageant Results 2019




Mister What-A-Melon - Cort Wilson
Prince - Tennyson Weaver
Best Smile - Tennyson Weaver
Most Beautiful - Cort Wilson
Best Fashion - Tennyson Weaver

Baby Miss What-A-Melon - Charlotte Jones
Princess - Blakesley Folsom
Princess - October Smith
Best Smile - Charlotte Jones
Most Beautiful - Charlotte Jones
Best Fashion - Blakesley Folsom

Toddler Miss What-A-Melon - Kambri Elaina Moore
Princess - Raegan Wilburn
Princess - Penelope Williams
Best Smile - Raegan Wilburn
Most Beautiful - Penelope Williams
Best Fashion - Kambri Elaina Moore

Tiny Miss What-A-Melon - Adalynn Caldwell
Princess - Mattilyn Grace O'Fiel
Princess - Emilee Perez
Princess - Brylee Weir
Princess - Savanna Barton
Princess - Rory Wilson
Best Smile - Adalynn Caldwell
Most Beautiful - Emilee Perez
Best Fashion - Savanna Barton

Little Miss What-A-Melon - Pearson Todd
Best Smile - Pearson Todd
Most Beautiful - Pearson Todd
Best Fashion - Pearson Todd

Teen Miss What-A-Melon - Mahalia Ratcliff
Best Smile - Mahalia Ratcliff
Most Beautiful - Mahalia Ratcliff
Best Fashion - Mahalia Ratcliff


Click Here for Photos:





2019 Seed Spitting & Speed Eating Contest Results







Spitting Contest 7 & Under

1st Santiago Diaz

2nd Maria Diaz


Spitting Contest Ages 8-15

1st Zac Payne

2nd John Ford

3rd Neena Smith

Spitting Contest Women

1st Isabel Santana

2nd Texas Watermelon Queen Paige Huntington

3rd Erica Santana

Spitting Contest Men

1st Rudy Soto

2nd Will Parrish

3rd Nehemias Santana



Speed Eating Contest 7 & Under

1st Santigo Diaz

2nd Maria Diaz

Speed Eating Contest Ages 8-15

1st Raylee Askew

2nd Hannah Cooler

3rd Neena Smith

Speed Eating Contest Women

1st Chasity Simpson

2nd Ruby 

3rd Erica Santana

Speed Eating Men

1st William Jacobs

2nd Roberto Diaz



For photos click here:






What-A-Melon 5K Results








Congratulations to the Winners of the What-A-Melon 5K.


Top Male Runner Antonio Chavez with a time of 17:40.


Top Female Runner Cori Lawson with a time of 27:50.




Antonio Chavez





Cori Lawson



For Photos Click Here:




Interview with Antonio Chavez












2019 East Texas What-A-Melon Pet Show Results



















Axel, a 1-year-old Australian Shepherd shown by Mallory and Brian Wright
Bit, a 2-year-old Shi Tzu shown by Mallory and Brian Wright
Buster, 5-year-old Beagle shown by John Austin
Dolly, an 11-year-old Shi Tzu shown by Allie Jane Windham
Doodie, 1 1/2-year-old Toy Poodle shown by Zoe Horton
Mollie, a 9-month-old Miniature Schnauzer shown by Caitlyn Madden
Merle, a turtle shown by Anna Daniels
Pistol Pete, 8-year-old (wire-haired dachshund mixed with a beagle) shown by Stephanie Elswick
Rusty, 1-year-old Australian Shepherd shown by Cooper
Tinsel, a 7-month-old Corgi shown by Sherry
Zema, 7-year-old Toy Poodle shown by Alyssa Bowers
Zoey, shown by Stephanie Santana



Pet Show Results:



Best in Show Pistol Pete



Best in Show Runner Up Zema



Best Manners - Doodie



Most Unusual - Merle the Turtle



Best Dog - Zoey



Best Dressed - Zema



1st Place Combo Best Dressed - Mollie



2nd Place Combo Best Dressed - Dolly



Calmest Dog - Buster



Fanciest Tail - Dolly



Most Stubborn - Rusty



Best Chestplate - Bit



Shortest Legs - Tinsel



Best Hair - Zoey



Biggest Pet - Axel



For photos click here:




Wild Horse and Burro Event







NORMAN, Okla.—The Bureau of Land Management will hold a wild horse and burro event in Center, TX, on July 12-13, at the Shelby County Expo Center. The two-day event, featuring 75 wild horses and burros, will begin at 10 a.m. on Friday, July 12. Adoptions will be held from noon-6 p.m. on Friday, July 13, and from 8 a.m.-noon on Saturday, July 12. Animals are eligible for direct purchase to a good home or for adoption. Inquire with BLM staff onsite for more information.  



As part of our efforts to find every horse and burro a good home, the BLM now offers up to $1,000 to adopt an untrained animal. This adoption incentive will be offered for every animal in Center.   

The animals offered at the event are adult and yearling horses and burros that once roamed free on public lands in the West. The BLM periodically removes excess animals from the range in order to maintain healthy herds and to protect other rangeland resources. The adoption and sale program is essential for achieving these important management goals. Since 1973, the BLM has placed more than 235,000 of these animals in approved homes across the country. 



BLM staff will approve applications onsite. To qualify to adopt or buy, one must be at least 18 years old, with no record of animal abuse. Qualified homes must have a minimum of 400 square feet of corral space per animal, with access to food, water, and shelter. A six-foot corral fence is required for adult horses; five feet for yearlings; and four-and-a-half feet for burros. All animals must be loaded in covered, stock-type trailers with swing gates and sturdy walls and floors. BLM staff will be on hand to assist with the short application process.


The Shelby County Expo Center is located at 980 State Highway 7, Center, Texas. For more information, call toll-free 866-468-7826 or visit










DPSO Lends Equipment to South Louisiana









As of 12:00 p.m. on July 12, 2019, Sheriff Jayson Richardson has assessed the upcoming weather conditions and the impact it may have on our area and the southern parts of our state. Taking all things into consideration, Sheriff Richardson has chosen to lend some of our equipment and deputies to assist the Louisiana Sheriff's Task Force to better serve those in South Louisiana.  Our Marine Unit and our amphibious land/water HydraTrek Unit have been deployed along with a team of deputies ready to assist where they are currently needed most.  We will continue to monitor this storm as it enters Louisiana and travels north as we make the necessary preparations for our area as well.





Joaquin Meetings



The Joaquin Economic Development Corporation will meet in regular session Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. at the Joaquin City Office located at 124 N. Preston, Joaquin, Texas.


1. Call to order, establish quorum & welcome guest  
2. Board approval of the previous month’s minutes.
3. Board approval of bills paid and to be paid.
4. Discussion & Action on City sign(s)
5. Advertise stimulus package
6. Amend amount designated for road material
7. Adjourn.


The Joaquin Public Safety Corporation will meet in regular session Tuesday, July 16, 2019
at 5:30 p.m. at the Joaquin City Office located at 124 N. Preston, Joaquin, Texas.


1. Call to order, establish quorum & welcome guest  
2. Board approval of the previous month’s minutes.
3. Board approval of bills paid and to be paid.
4. Adjourn.


The City Council of Joaquin will meet in regular session Tuesday July 16, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at The Joaquin City Hall located at 124 North Preston, Joaquin, Texas.




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
6. Council approval on Payment of Bills
7. Discuss placing a new table and pavilion in City Park
8. Discussion & council action on new construction, commercial or residential, to install aerobic sewer system
9. Discussion & Council Action on installing camera(s) in Cooper St
10. Discussion & Council Action for lock box(es)
11. Council will hold a closed Executive Session Meeting- Personnel Matters (551.074). 
a) Personnel Matters-City Secretary
b) Personnel Matters- hiring part time employee(s)
c) Equipment for city trucks
d) Office refurbishment
e) Special events committee
f) City sign(s)
g) City Judge
h) Addressing signature to all City Accounts
i) Close office for lunch
j) Street abandonment
12. Council reconvenes & possible action on matters discussed in executive session.
13. Adjournment.




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 17th day of July, 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. Public comments on Agenda item.

3. Discuss the letter from the City of Center Economic Development on the Old County Hospital.

4. Approve FY 20-21 Interlocal Agreement for 9-1-1 Public Safety Answering Point Services & Interlocal Agreement for 9-1-1 Ali Services.

5. Open sealed bid for a portable or steel building for JP. 1

6. Discuss and possibly take action on previous bids for remodeling the Juvenile Probation building to accommodate JP. 1.

7. Adjourn.





Storm Preparations



TxDOT employees in Houston County continue to prepare equipment and trucks this morning in case of any weather issues caused by TS Barry. We urge you to also make a plan in case flooding occurs in your area. Updates on statewide road conditions at Check local East Texas alerts on Twitter @TxDOTLufkin #TxDOTStandsReady







What-A-Melon Opening Day Coverage











The annual East Texas What-A-Melon Festival got underway on July 11, 2019. Center Broadcasting Company attended the opening official cutting of the melon ceremony. This year the melon was cut but none other than the Mayor of the City of Center, Texas, David Chadwick.  




"The Texas Watermelon Queen Interview"





"The cutting of the melon by Center Mayor David Chadwick"



For photos of the opening day click here


For the results of the largest melon contest click here









What-A-Melon Largest Melon Winners






Largest Watermelon Contest Winners



Largest Watermelon Weigh-in Results
1st place - 132 lbs, Olivia Johnson 
2nd place - 126 lbs, Rex Rains
3rd place - 125 lbs, Whitley Johnson
4th place - 123.5 lbs, Jenny Johnson
5th place - 120 lbs, Lynn Johnson
6th place - 119.5 lbs, Shelby Johnson
7th place - 112 lbs, Jaleigh Johnson
8th place - 111 lbs, Renee Johnson
9th place - 102.5 lbs, Hope Kruebbe
10th place - 101 lbs, Garry Crawford



"Shelby Johnson Interview"



"The What-A-Melons"






Magician David Wonders at the Library







David Wonders the Magician held a performance on July 11, 2019, at the Fannie Brown Booth Memorial Library in Center, Texas. David Gish also, known by his stage name David Wonders is semi-retired and now gets to travel to events and libraries to do his magic show. 






County offices closing for funeral



Some of the Shelby County offices will be closing at 9:30 a.m. Friday, July 12th  for Funeral Service for Ms. Ethel Holder and reopen at 1 p.m.


Sorry for any inconvenience.


Thank you



Shelby County Outreach to Sell Raffle Tickets at the What-A-Melon Festival



Shelby County Outreach Ministries will have a booth set up at the What-A-Melon Festival!  We are selling raffle tickets for a 2019 Polaris Ranger 500.  Tickets are $20 each or 6 for $100.  The winner is responsible for tax, title, and transfer.  We will draw the name of the winner on the last day of the 2019 Poultry Festival which is on October 5th.  All proceeds will go to the Outreach and will be used to feed the hungry and assist the needy.  Please come out and support our community.





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