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2022 Spring Soccer, Softball, and Baseball signups

SOCCER    SOFTBALL    AND    BASEBALL   SIGNUPS

 

The Center Recreation Department is proud to announce that the 2022 Spring Soccer, Softball, and Baseball signups will begin soon.

 

Where?  The Community House

When?

Friday, January 28

Tuesday, February 1

Friday, February 4

All Dates from 5:00 to 7:00pm

 

BOYS AND GIRLS AGES (4-14) ARE ENCOURAGED TO PLAY

 

Parents are encouraged to come by City Hall at 617 Tenaha Street to sign up also. Office hours are Monday – Friday 8:30-4:30pm. If one of the signup dates doesn’t work for you, please come by City Hall before February 11th to sign up. After February 11th, there will be a $15 late fee added to the registration. For more information contact Jason Mitchell, City of Center Recreational Director at 936-590-7196

Cash, Check or Card Accepted

 

Inscripciones de SOCCER    SOFTBALL    Y    BEISBOL

El Departamento  de Recreación de Center se enorgullece en anunciar que la inscripción para la  temporada de primavera 2022 de soccer, softball y béisbol está por comenzar pronto.   

¿Donde? The Community House

¿Cuando?

Viernes, 28 de enero

Martes, 1 de febrero

Viernes, 4 de febrero

En cada fecha de 5:00 a 7:00pm

 

Los padres pueden presentarse ala City Hall en 617 Tenaha Street para entregar sus inscripciones. Las horas de oficina son de Lunes-Viernes de 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.  Si alguna de las fechas de regristo no funciona para usted favor de pasar ala oficina antes del 11 de Febrero. Despues del 11 de Febrero abra un recargo de 15$. Para más información favor de comunicarse con Jason Mitchell, Director del Departamento de Recreación para la Ciudad de Center, al número 936-590-7196

Aceptamos tarjeta de credito or dinero en efectivo.

Congratulations to Shelbyville students Ava Silva and Aubree Camp

Congratulations to Shelbyville students Ava Silva and Aubree Camp for state U.I.L. congress honors and awards. In conference AA, Aubree Camp placed 4th and Ava Silva placed 3rd and was awarded best presiding officer at an awards ceremony held at the Texas state capitol building. Congress is an individual contest in a large group setting. It models the legislative process of democracy, specifically, the United States Congress. Within this mock legislative assembly competition, contestants draft legislation (proposed laws and position statements), and they research the docket of bills and resolutions dealing with real-world social and political policies prior to the contest to prepare their speeches. At the tournament, students caucus in committees, deliver formal discourse on the merits and disadvantages of each piece of legislation and vote to pass or defeat the measures they have examined. The presiding officer is similar to the role of the speaker of the house and is elected by their peers to run the chamber of student representatives. The state congress tournament is held over a two-day period and amounts to twelve hours of speaking competition. Shelbyville Speech and Debate is coached by Emily Sowell.

Congratulations to the Joaquin Varsity Cheerleaders

Congratulations to the Joaquin Varsity Cheerleaders! The cheerleaders attended the UIL Spirit State Competition for the first time on Thursday, January 13th and placed 3rd overall in 2A. The cheerleaders competed against 52 other 2A schools in their division. We are so proud to be able to say that they not only made finals in their first year participating, but placed overall! Way to go Joaquin Varsity!

Excelsior ISD Closed Until January 20th

An announcement from Excelsior ISD:

Due to the number of active COVID-19 cases affecting our staff and students and in an effort to mitigate the potential for significant spread among our Excelsior Family, we will be closing our campus of Excelsior ISD for the beginning of next week. This closure will provide for the safety of our students and staff; as well as to make certain that we have appropriate staff available for the campus. We are currently working with the custodial  department to ensure that all equipment and buildings are cleaned and sanitized before the return of students on Thursday, January 20, 2022.

The district will be closed Monday, January 17, through Wednesday, January 19, and we expect to reopen Thursday, January 20. Please stay informed on Shelby County Today for more information in case the situation changes.

We ask that you use this time to quarantine and screen your children at home. If your child should test positive for COVID-19, please contact the campus 936-598-5866.

Center ISD Closed until January 20th

Center Independent School District made this announcement on Friday:

Center Independent School District is going to close school from Monday, January 17, 2022 until Wednesday, January 19, 2022. As with many organizations we have people who have caught COVID, the Flu, Strep and other communicable diseases. At this time, we are having a difficult time covering all of our classes.

Monday, January 17, 2022, Center ISD was scheduled to be out in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We have decided to remain closed Tuesday and Wednesday of next week in an effort for some to get over their sickness and return to work. We also plan to have our facilities deep cleaned by our custodial services.

Our main problem is covering classes. We will continue extracurricular activities, as long as the coaches, sponsors, and students stay well.

School Closure for Excelsior ISD

Due to the number of active COVID-19 cases affecting our staff and students and in an effort to mitigate the potential for significant spread among our Excelsior Family, we will be closing our campus of Excelsior ISD for the beginning of next week. This closure will provide for the safety of our students and staff; as well as to make certain that we have appropriate staff available for the campus. We are currently working with the custodial  department to ensure that all equipment and buildings are cleaned and sanitized before the return of students on Thursday, January 20, 2022.

 

The district will be closed Monday, January 17, through Wednesday, January 19, and we expect to reopen Thursday, January 20. Please stay informed on Shelby County Today for more information in case the situation changes.

We ask that you use this time to quarantine and screen your children at home. If your child should test positive for COVID-19, please contact the campus 936-598-5866.

Excelsior ISD’s priority remains the safety and well-being of our students and staff.

 

Shelby County Outreach Ministries Closed for MLK Day

All programs of Shelby County Outreach Ministries will be closed on Monday,
January 17th, in observance of Martin Luther King Day.  We are sorry for
the inconvenience.  Thank you and have a blessed holiday.

*Pastor Josh Crawford*
*Administrative Assistant *
*Shelby County Outreach Ministries, Inc.*
*P.O. Box 1029 Center, TX 75935*

Panola College seeking alumni to feature during 75th anniversary

Panola College is seeking a number of alumni to feature on outdoor banners
during its seventy-fifth anniversary festivities this fall. The banners
will be displayed on light posts across campus.

“We are looking forward to featuring alumni who span Panola College’s
seventy-five-year history,” said Jessica Pace, Vice President of
Institutional Advancement. “This is a great opportunity for us to showcase
our alumni’s accolades to our students and the community while we
commemorate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the College.”

Panola College was established in 1947, and later launched off-campus
locations in Center and Marshall, Texas. A lineup of events is scheduled
for this fall on the Carthage campus to celebrate the milestone
anniversary, including an outdoor event that will be open to the public.
Information regarding the events will be announced in the coming months.

Alumni who are interested in being featured on an outdoor banner, or those
who would like to submit a nomination, may complete the online form found
at bit.ly/pcfeaturedalumni. The form will close on Feb. 28.

Panola College seeking alumni to feature during 75th anniversary

Panola College is seeking a number of alumni to feature on outdoor banners
during its seventy-fifth anniversary festivities this fall. The banners
will be displayed on light posts across campus.

“We are looking forward to featuring alumni who span Panola College’s
seventy-five-year history,” said Jessica Pace, Vice President of
Institutional Advancement. “This is a great opportunity for us to showcase
our alumni’s accolades to our students and the community while we
commemorate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the College.”

Panola College was established in 1947, and later launched off-campus
locations in Center and Marshall, Texas. A lineup of events is scheduled
for this fall on the Carthage campus to celebrate the milestone
anniversary, including an outdoor event that will be open to the public.
Information regarding the events will be announced in the coming months.

Alumni who are interested in being featured on an outdoor banner, or those
who would like to submit a nomination, may complete the online form found
at bit.ly/pcfeaturedalumni. The form will close on Feb. 28.

Joaquin VFD Fights Truck and RV Fire

At 12:18am on Wednesday, January 12, 2021 the Joaquin Volunteer Fire
Department was dispatched to an RV on fire at the intersection of FM 139
and County Road 3385. A few minutes later the JVFD was paged again and
informed that the fire had spread to the RV owners truck and the nearby
woods.
Once on the scene the JVFD put out the blaze with the help from DeSoto Fire
District #1.
The owner of the RV escaped the fire safety with his dog, but his truck and
RV were both total losses.

Shelbyville ISD Recognizes School Board

Shelbyville ISD Recognizes School Board

 

The month of January is proclaimed School Board Recognition Month to emphasize the importance of the men and women across the state of Texas who serve on school boards.  Shelbyville I.S.D. students benefit every day from the dedication and commitment to public education of our local trustees.  Our current board members are Etola Jones, President, 12 years; Mark Bohannon, Vice-President, 8 years; Joey Lawson, Secretary, 9 years; Joe Tom Schillings, 13 years; Tim Bradshaw, 8 years;

Chris Koltonski, 6 years; and Lori Alvis, 3 years.  These men and women sit through meetings, read reports, listen to parents’ concerns, and do hard work to benefit the students and the community.  They serve without pay, giving of their time and expertise to ensure that young Texans have the skills needed for lifelong success.  These local citizens are elected by the community to make critical decisions that directly affect the future of our youth.  At this time, we say thank you to these dedicated volunteers.  We appreciate their generous sharing of time and energy.  They truly do “rise above” for our schools.  “Thank You” to the Shelbyville I.S.D. School Board.

Gary ISD Closed for Week

January 10, 2022 - Due to the number of active COVID-19 cases affecting our staff and students and in an effort to mitigate the potential for significant spread among our Bobcat Family, we will be closing all campuses of Gary ISD for the remainder of this week. This closure will provide for the safety of our students and staff; as well as to make certain that we have appropriate staff available for the campus. We are currently working with the custodial and maintenance team to ensure that all equipment and buildings are cleaned and sanitized before the return of students on Monday, January 17.

Denning Boil Water Notice - Rescinded

The boil water notice for the Denning Water System has been rescinded. The problem has been resolved and the water is now safe to drink.

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ORIGINAL NOTICE:

Due to electrical issues, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has required the  Denning Rural Water System  PWS  # 2030004 to notify ALL customers to boil their water prior to consumption (eg., washing hands/ face, brushing teeth, drinking, etc).  Children, seniors and persons with weakened immune systems are particularly vulnerable to harmful bacteria, and all customers should follow these directions.

To ensure destruction of all harmful bacteria and other microbes, water for drinking, cooking and ice making should be boiled and cooled prior to use for drinking water or human consumption purposes.  The water should be brought to a vigorous rolling boil and then boiled for two minutes.

In lieu of boiling, individuals may purchase bottled water or obtain water from some other suitable source for drinking water or human consumption purposes.

When it is no longer necessary to boil the water, the public water system officials will notify customers that the water is safe for drinking water or human consumption purposes.

Once the boil water notice is no longer in effect, the public water system will issue a notice to customer that rescinds the boil water notice in a manner similar to this notice.

Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received the notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses).  You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.

If you have questions concerning this matter, you may contact Denning Rural Water System at 220 W. Columbia Street, San Augustine, Texas, 75972, or call 936-288-0489 or Charles Sharp at 936-201-5001.

 

 

 

Chamber of Commerce Denim & Diamonds Awards Event

99th Annual Chamber Celebration and Awards

DENIM & DIAMONDS

Thank you to our Sponsors: Presenting Sponsor: Farmers State Bank

Gold Sponsors: General Shelters of Texas and Mathews Real Estate

Silver Sponsors: American State Bank, City of Center and High Roller Wells

VIP Reception Sponsors: Republic Services and Tyson Foods

Entertainment Sponsor: Charles Holston/Rig Tools

Booze Wagon Sponsor: Sugar Rush Bakery

 

Windham Civic Center Thursday, January 13, 2022 6:30pm

The Board of Directors and staff of the Chamber of Commerce invite all members and community partners to celebrate the past year as we look forward to 2022, with colleagues and friends, good food, entertainment and a fun evening.

We will also announce the Farm Family of the Year, the Young Citizen of the Year and the Distinguished Service Award recipient.

This year we will have a theme - Denim and Diamonds - so come dressed up in denim or diamonds or both. Tickets are $20.-- per person and may be purchased by contacting the Chamber of Commerce at 936-598-3682 or at info@shelbycountychamber.com ‌

Level II Endangered Missing Child Alert

Level II Endangered Missing Child Alert

 

East Feliciana- The Louisiana State Police has issued a Level II Endangered Missing Child Advisory on behalf of the East Feliciana Sheriff’s Office for a 2-year-old child that was reported missing from his residence, 2047 Maglone Lane in Slaughter.  The child was last seen with his father, Orin Hollingsworth, on Sunday at 4:30 p.m. and is believed to be in imminent danger.

Carson Jeffery Hollingsworth is a two-year-old white male with blonde hair and blue eyes.  He is approximately 24” - 30” tall and weighs about 24 pounds.  He was last seen wearing a white t-shirt with the words “Chilling with my Cousins” and a white and purple Luvs brand diaper. He was not wearing socks or shoes when he was last seen. Carson suffers from a severe medical condition that requires daily medication.

Orin Hollingsworth is wanted for questioning in the child’s disappearance. Hollingsworth is a 35-year-old white male with brown hair, brown eyes and a beard.  He is approximately 6’1” tall and weighs about 220 pounds.  He is possibly driving a 2003 white Chevrolet Tahoe bearing Louisiana license plate 860EIT. 

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Carson Hollingsworth should immediately contact the East Feliciana Sheriff’s Office at 225-683-5459 or local law enforcement by dialing 911.  

Contact Information:

Sgt. Dustin Dwight

Louisiana State Police

Public Affairs Section

Office: (225) 925-6202

Dustin.Dwight@LA.Gov

 

Press Release Shelby County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff Kevin W. Windham reports that on Thursday, December 23, 2021 at 6:45 a.m., an officer with the SCSO responded to a suspicious vehicle call at the intersection of FM 417 and FM 2694 in Shelbyville. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with an individual known to be Gary Smith, 19, of Timpson. Smith was known to have an active warrant out of San Augustine County for Assault (M-A). When the officer attempted to arrest Smith, he crossed a fence and took off on foot. Smith was last seen heading South in a pasture off FM 417.

He is described as a white male, 6-foot, and weighs approximately 145 pounds with brown eyes and brown curly hair. He was last seen wearing a gray jacket with a blue hoodie underneath it, blue jeans and a baseball cap. Smith’s clothes were very dirty.

If you have seen Smith or know of his whereabouts, please contact the SCSO at 936.598.5601.

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 Smith 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.

Boil Water Notice for San Augustine Rural Water System - Rescinded

The boil water notice for the San Augustine Rural Public Water System has been rescinded. The problem has been resolved and the water is safe for human consumption.

 

(Original Notice)

Due to a break in a  line, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has required San Augustine Rural Public Water System PWS #2030007 to notify Customers on FM 353 to boil their water prior to consumption (eg., washing hands / face, brushing teeth, drinking, etc).  Children, Seniors and Persons with weakened immune systems are particularly vulnerable to harmful bacteria, and all customers should follow these directions.

 

To ensure destruction of all harmful bacteria and other microbes, water for drinking, cooking and ice making should be boiled and cooled prior to use for drinking water or human consumption purposes.  The water should be brought to a vigorous rolling boil and then boiled for two minutes. 

 

In lieu of boiling, individuals may purchase bottled water or obtain water from some other suitable source for drinking water or human consumption purposes.

 

When it is no longer necessary to boil the water, the public water system officials will notify customers that the water is safe for drinking water or human consumption purposes. 

 

Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received the notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses).  You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.

 

If you have questions concerning this matter, you may contact San Augustine Rural Water System at 220 W. Columbia Street, San Augustine, Texas, 75972, or call 936-288-0489

or Charles Sharp at 936-201-5001.

Victoria Byrd Signs her National Letter of Intent

Today Victoria Byrd signed her National Letter of Intent to run track at Northwestern State University.  Victoria is a 4 year letterman in track at Joaquin ISD.  Victoria qualified for the state track meet her freshman year in 3 events.  That year she placed 2nd in the 100 meter.  Due to the Covid shutdown she missed her sophomore year track season but did not let this slow her down.  Her junior year she qualified for the State track meet again in the 100, 200, and the long jump.  She placed 3rd in the long jump and won State in the 100 meter and 200 meter.  We here at Joaquin are so proud of Victoria for all her past accomplishments and look forward to what she will achieve during her Senior year as well as her upcoming years at Northwestern.  

Submitted by: Steven McCann, Womens AD

Images by: Sarah Barton

Center ISD Responds to National TikTok Challenge

Center ISD was made aware of a concerning TikTok “challenge” calling for violence in schools today, December 17th. This challenge was issued nationally and did not originate locally. Center ISD schools have not received a direct threat of violence. 

 

The safety and security of Center ISD students is our top priority. We take all potential threats seriously. We would like to thank the Center Police Department for providing additional security.

Family Seeks Answers Regarding Father's Custodial Death in Nacogdoches County

Family Seeks Answers Regarding Father’s Custodial Death in Nacogdoches County (Nacogdoches Texas, December 14 th , 2021)

 

The family of Jose Loredo have hired an attorney and outside private medical examiner to thoroughly investigate and review the medical records of Jose Loredo (62) who died while in the custody of the Nacogdoches County Jail and its Sheriff, Jason Bridges. Mr. Loredo allegedly fell while alone in his Nacogdoches jail cell on October 3, 2021. Mr. Loredo was found to have a broken neck and was operated on by Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital that evening. Mr. Loredo’s family was not notified for several days after his surgery that he was a quadriplegic and required ventilation. The family says that it was denied access to their father by Nacogdoches County Sheriff ‘s Deputies that stationed in Mr. Loredo’s intensive care room 24 until he passed away on November 18th, 2021 shortly after life support was removed. The family’s attorney is investigating the conditions and circumstances at the Nacogdoches County jail that caused the injuries that led to Mr. Loredo’s death. The family is seeking medical records they believe will show their father was wrongly and inappropriately diagnosed with schizophrenia while in custody of the Nacogdoches County Jail, then prescribed a psychoactive drug that caused his injuries. The three surviving children of Jose Loredo are also demanding answers from Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital about the surgery Mr. Loredo underwent that resulted in his paralysis from the shoulders down. The Loredo family contends they were not timely notified of their father’s condition or given an opportunity to consult about his medical care. The family, as well as the Texas Rangers, are waiting for autopsy results and have notified the County of Nacogdoches, Sheriff Jason Bridges, and Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital of their intent to pursue litigation for the grossly negligent care Jose Loredo received while in Nacogdoches County’s custody. The family’s attorney, Paul Anderson, says, “The family of Jose Loredo believe the Nacogdoches County Jail, its officers and officials should be held accountable for the trauma it inflicts on inmates, most especially those with mental health or substance abuse issues who continue to be held in jail without proper treatment. The family of Jose Loredo has notified the County of Nacogdoches, Texas of its intent to sue, not just for the unnecessary death of their father, but to inform the public and lawmakers about civil rights violations, structural racism, and the punitive attitudes underlying the treatment and medical neglect occurring inside the Nacogdoches County Jail.” Paul Anderson is the principal attorney in a Nacogdoches, Texas civil rights law firm specializing in custodial death, public corruption, fraud and law enforcement abuse. If you have information about this case, or any matter involving official oppression, malicious prosecution, abuse of process, corruption, or public fraud, call 936.305.5600 or submit a confidential consultation request via the firm’s website: http://paulandersonlaw.com/page-6.html

50 Women Impact

 

 

Shelby County Outreach Ministries would like to extend our gratitude towards the 50 Women Impact for their generous contribution of $11,100 to our Senior Nutrition Site.  These funds will be used to purchase new appliances and other items needed to best serve our wonderful seniors.  The Senior Nutrition Site is one of four programs of Shelby County Outreach Ministries, and it prepares a fresh nutritious meal for senior citizens in our county.  It also provides a place for them to fellowship, play games, exercise, and learn about programs that can assist them.   Once again, we are thankful for all the members of 50 Women Impact and their support

 

Center Police Dept's Operation Blue Santa

Center Police Dept’s Operation Blue Santa is in need of donations.  We got our list, and now time to check it twice. The deadline to turn in forms has passed, so now it’s time to start filling our sleigh!   365 kids this year, which is the most we have ever had.

The Toy Drive/ Raffle is still going.  For everyone that brings in a gift to donate to Operation Blue Santa, you will be entered into a drawing for a 32 In smart TV(donated by Walmart Center) and Christmas Cozy Goody Basket. This year we have been blessed to add a $500 Gift Card/Store Credit to Ivan Smith Furniture – Center.

Drawing to be held on Monday, December 20th.  1 entry per person, with a donation of a $5 or more monetary value new in package, unwrapped gift for a Boy or Girl, Infant to 16yrs.

Toys or Monetary donations can be turned into the Center Police Dept! Blue Santa now has PAYPAL, and can accept donations at  paypal.me/BlueSantaCPD Please help us, to make sure these kids have a Blessed Christmas!

 

Excelsior ISD is hiring

Excelsior ISD is hiring a Full Time Position as part of the Cafeteria Staff.  

No experience required.  

The hours are 6:00 am - 1:00 pm. 

Pay is salary. 

You must pass a background check and be fingerprinted,  

All weekends, holidays, and summers off.

You must be drug free and dependable

Please inquire at the school for an application or more information 936-598-5866.

 

The Unique Boutique

Come by The Unique Boutique today to get the best deals on Christmas décor, Christmas trees, and Ornaments!  You can also check off items on your Christmas list.  We have an excellent selection of clothing, toys, household items, home décor, furniture, and more!  We always have great specials and deals going on, so come by and check them out for yourself.  For more information, please call the store at 936-591-8190.  Have a blessed and Merry Christmas! 

 

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