The VFW Memorial for Operation Desert Storm was held today at 10:00 a.m on the Center City Square.
The first major foreign crisis for the United States after the end of the Cold War presented itself in August 1990. Saddam Hussein, the dictator of Iraq, ordered his army across the border into tiny Kuwait. This was no ordinary act of aggression. Iraq's army was well equipped. The United States had provided massive military aid to Iraq during their eight-year war with Iran, giving them the fourth largest army in the world.
Kuwait was a major supplier of oil to the United States. The Iraqi takeover posed an immediate threat to neighboring Saudi Arabia, another major exporter of oil. If Saudi Arabia fell to Saddam, Iraq would control one-fifth of the world's oil supply. All eyes were on the White House, waiting for a response. President Bush, who succeeded President Reagan, stated simply: "This will not stand."
In the last months of 1990, the United States participated in the defense of Saudi Arabia in a deployment known as Operation Desert Shield. Over 500,000 American troops were placed in Saudi Arabia in case of an Iraqi attack on the Saudis. The U.S. further sought multilateral support in the United Nations Security Council. Traditionally, Iraq was an ally of the Soviet Union, who held a veto power over any potential UN military action. Looking westward for support for their dramatic internal changes, the USSR did not block the American plan. The UN condemned Iraq and helped form a coalition to fight Saddam militarily.
Bush, remembering the lessons of Vietnam, sought public support as well. Although there were scant opponents of the conflict, the vast majority of Americans and a narrow majority of the Congress supported the President's actions. When all the forces were in place, the United States issued an ultimatum to Saddam Hussein: leave Kuwait by January 15,1991 or face a full attack by the multinational force.
January 15 came and went with no response from the Iraqis. The next night Desert Shield became Desert Storm. Bombing sorties pummeled Iraq's military targets for the next several weeks. On many days there were over 2500 such missions. Iraq responded by launching Scud missiles at American military barracks in Saudi Arabia and Israel. Attacking Israel was a stratagem to persuade all the neighboring Arab nations to join the Iraqi cause. After intense diplomatic pressure and negotiation, the Arab nations remained in opposition to Iraq.
On February 24, the ground war began. Although the bombing lasted for weeks, American ground troops declared Kuwait liberated just 100 hours after the ground attack was initiated. American foot soldiers moved through Kuwait and entered southern Iraq. This posed a dilemma for the United States. The military objectives were complete, but Saddam, the perpetrator of the rape of Kuwait, was still ruling Iraq from Baghdad. President Bush feared that the allies would not support the occupation of Baghdad. Concerns were raised that if Saddam's regime were toppled, the entire nation could disintegrate into a civil war. Soon Iraq agreed to terms for a ceasefire, and the conflict subsided.
Iraq did not leave Kuwait untouched. Millions of dollars of valuables were plundered by the occupying troops. As Iraq retreated, they detonated explosives at many of Kuwait's oil wells. The disaster to the environment grew as Iraq dumped oil into the Persian Gulf. The costs were enormous, and casualty figure staggering. Although estimates range in the hundreds of thousands of Iraqi deaths, only 148 Americans were killed in the battle. This was primarily because of the technological advances of the United States.
The Persian Gulf War was a television event. CNN broadcast round-the-clock coverage of unfolding events. Americans saw footage from cameras placed on smart bombs as they struck Iraqi targets. The stealth fighter, designed to avoid radar detection was put into use for the first time. General Norman Schwarzkopf and General Colin Powell became household names as citizens watched their direction of the conflict.
The United States passed its first test of the post-Cold War world. Skillful diplomacy proved that the United Nations could be used as an instrument of force when necessary. Although Moscow did not contribute troops to the operation, they gave tacit approval for the attack. The potential for multinational cooperation was demonstrated. The largest American military operation since Vietnam was completed with smashing success. Most Americans felt confident in their military and technological edge once more. President Bush promptly declared that the "new world order had begun."
The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Grill Fest sanctioned barbecue cook-off presented by Farmers State Bank promises to be a fun-filled day for all. The “Chillin & Grillin” will take place on Saturday, March 19 outdoors at the Windham Civic Center in Center, Texas.
The barbecue cook-off is sanctioned by the Lone Star Barbecue Society. “Over $6,500 will be awarded in prize money to registered cook teams. Cook teams may register and enter the contest with a $150 registration fee prior to March 4 or $200 after that date,” according to the Grill Fest Committee. Awards, sponsored by City of Center, will be awarded for Grand Champion and Reserve Champion. Cook teams may also take part in the Bean Cook-Off with a $10 entry fee and jackpot prize. Gold Sponsor for the event is Tyson Foods.
Teams are to cook 25 lbs. of meat with prize money for the top three teams awarded in three categories – Pork Spare Ribs, Chicken and Brisket. First place is $1,000, second place $750 and third place $500 per category. Set-up, meat inspection and cooking will begin Friday afternoon, March 18.
Cook Teams and the public are invited to participate in a Dessert Cook-Off. Desserts may be prepared on-site or off-site. There will be a $10 entry fee per dessert with a jackpot prize, trophy and bragging rights.
The day’s events will begin at 12 noon for spectators. There will be a Washer Pitching Contest Sponsored by Shelby Savings Bank, live music sponsored by the Windham Civic Center, a 42 Tournament and a Classic Car Show & Shine exhibit by the Shelby County Cruisers. The public is invited to sample tastings of barbecue and observe the day’s activities with an all-day, come and go wristband for $10.
Registration forms and additional information is available at www.shelbycountychamber.com or at the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce office – 936-598-3682. Questions may be emailed to email@example.com.
Notice is here by given that ON Feburary 29th the will be a drawing fof positions on the ballot of the May 7th for the Joaquin School Board.
On Feburary 26th Shelby Savings Bank, represented by Lorei Shoate and Josh Jones,
visited Center High School to bring goodie bags and show their support for
the Varsity Basketball team, who will play in the second round of the
playoffs tonight against Madisonville. The game will be hosted at Lufkin
Middle School at 7 p.m. Tickets will be sold at the gate - $5 adults, $3
Shelbyville ISD will have early release this Friday, the 26th at 1pm.
The observance for those who served in Operation Desert Storm that was scheduled for tomorrow, Friday, February 26th at 10:00 am has been rescheduled for Monday, February 29th at 10:00 am. It will still be held at the Veterans Memorial on the grounds of the Historic Courthouse. This change due to funeral of post life member Billy Kent on Friday.
Pinewoods Home Health 21st Anniversary Celebration Come and get a Free Fajita Plate, Thursday Feburary 25th 4-6 p.m at 304 Logansport St. in Center.
Lady Dragons Softball game is officially rained out for today.
The Girls Soccer team will face Jasper tonight at 6:00 at the Roughrider
Friday, February 19th
Lady Tigers vs Big Sandy at 7:00 pm in Woden.
Boys have warm-up game with Crandall in Arp at 4:00 pm
The Center High School Baseball team will be holding its Second Annual Hit-A-Thon. The money you donate will directly benefit the Roughrider Baseball program and will be used for dugout jackets and hoodies.
Tri-County Board Elections for Shelby County will be held today at 10 am at 214 Nacogdoches St. Room 5 in Center. For Sabine and San Augustine County it will be held at 10 am at 1012 Partin Rd. in San Augustine. For more information call 936-598-6315.
Early Voting Started today in Shelby County at the Shelby County Clerk’s Office, located on the Center Square. As of the time of this article 63 people have already voted, which was a larger turn-out than expected by voting officials this year. Early Voting will run till 4:30 p.m. today and will continue for the next week and a half, ending on February 26th. The polls will reopen in a few weeks for regular voting. The voting booths are open 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Saturday. The Shelby County Clerk’s Office urges people to get up and go vote!
The Board conducted a public hearing in accordance with Texas Education Code 39.053 to discuss the District’s educational performance on the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) during its’ regular February 15th board meeting at 6:00 p.m. in the Joaquin Board Room.
1 The Joaquin ISD School Board met tonight in regular session at 6:00 p.m. in the Joaquin Boardroom with the following members present: Jay Dee Cockrell, Ronnie Belrose, Thomas Harvey, Jimmy Hamilton, Chrisco Bragg and Tam Hearnsberger Board members absent: Charles Leflett Guest(s) Present: None Joaquin ISD Employee(s) Present: Phil Worsham, Superintendent; Joel Bumback, Director of Finance; Sherry Scruggs, Elementary Principal; Jimmy Jackson, High School Principal; Donna Vergo, Human Resources; Bert Coan, Elementary Assistant Principal; Terri Gray, Jr. High Principal; Kathy Carrington, Special Education Director Jay Dee Cockrell, President, called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.
2 The invocation was led by Ronnie Belrose, and the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States of America by Jimmy Hamilton, and the Pledge of Allegiance to the Texas Flag was led by Chrisco Bragg.
3 Audience Participation – Those signed up and participating were: None 4 Report and Information items:
4.1 Review Monthly Financial Reports – Joel Bumback 4.2 Texas Academic Performance Report 4.3 2016-2017 Revenue Projection 4.4 Correspondence 5 Agenda Items for discussion, consideration, and possible action:
5.1 It was moved by Ronnie Belrose, and seconded by Tam Hearnsberger, to approve the previous meetings minutes. Following discussion, a vote was taken on the motion. It carried unanimously. 5.2 It was moved by Chrisco Bragg, and seconded by Thomas Harvey, to approve the transfer policy (attached). Following discussion, a vote was taken on the motion. It carried unanimously. 5.3 It was moved by Ronnie Belrose, and seconded by Tam Hearnsberger, to move the regular meeting date for March from the Monday, 21st to Monday, 28th . Following discussion, a vote was taken on the motion. It carried unanimously.
6 The board entered closed session in accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code Section 551.074 at 7:24 p.m. on February 15, 2016 6.1 Texas Government Code Section 551.074 - Discussing personnel a. Resignations and Retirements b. Principal & Assistant Principal contracts c. Special Education Director contract d. Band Director contract 7 The board entered open session in accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act at 8:17 p.m. on February 15, 2016. Agenda Items for discussion, consideration, and possible action:
7.1 a. No action b. It was moved by Ronnie Belrose, and seconded by Jimmy Hamilton, to continue Jimmy Jackson’s, Terri Gray’s, Sherry Scruggs’ and Bert Coan’s contracts for one (1) year with an annual salary increase to be considered at annual budget time. Following discussion, a vote was taken on the motion. It carried unanimously. c. It was moved by Tam Hearnsberger, and seconded by Jimmy Hamilton, to extend Kathy Carrington a contract as Special Education Director/Diagnostician for one year, beginning on August 1, 2016 and ending June 30, 2017, with an annual salary increase to be considered at annual budget time. Following discussion, a vote was taken on the motion. It carried unanimously. d. It was moved by Chrisco Bragg, and seconded by Tam Hearnsberger, to continue James Carpenter’s contract as Band Director/Teacher for one (1) year, beginning on July 1, 2016 and ending June30, 2017 with an annual salary increase to be considered at annual budget time. Following discussion, a vote was taken on the motion. It carried unanimously.
8 Jay Dee Cockrell, Board President, ask for items to be placed on the next board agenda. Teacher Contracts 9 Designation of date and time of next meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Joaquin ISD – March 28 at 6:00 p.m. 10 With no further business on the agenda the meeting was adjourned at 8:21 p.m.
Today at 10a.m even though it was raining the VFW held the memorial service for the USS Maine.
On Thursday, February 11th, Senator Robert Nichols toured the Texas Game Warden Museum located at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center in Athens with Elena Wagstaff Kelley (pictured with Senator Nichols), the widow of Game Warden Wesley Wagstaff. During the 85th Legislative Session, Senator Nichols co-authored HB 219 with State Representative James White to name Farm-to-Market Road 1293 in Hardin County as the Game Warden Wesley W. Wagstaff Memorial Highway. That bill was signed into law by Governor Greg Abbott on June 1, 2015.
TYLER, Texas - A 23-year-old Tyler, Texas man has been convicted of drug trafficking charges in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.
Jose Maldonado Barragan was found guilty by a jury on Feb. 10, 2016, of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, aiding and abetting, possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession of a firearm while illegally in the United States, and possession of a firearm during a drug trafficking crime. The jury deliberated less than two hours before reaching a verdict following a three-day trial before U.S. District Judge Michael H. Schneider.
According to information presented in court, the Defendant supplied methamphetamine for several months in the spring of 2014. An eight ounce seizure occurred in Palestine, Texas on Mar. 31, 2014 which was later tied to the Defendant. Additionally, a four pound seizure occurred on May 12, 2014 in Tyler, Texas. The Defendant's fingerprints were later found on the packaging. Barragan was indicted by a federal grand jury on Oct. 28, 2015.
Barragan faces a minimum of 10 years and up to life in federal prison. The maximum statutory sentence prescribed by Congress and is provided here for information purposes, as the sentencing will be determined by the court based on the advisory sentencing guidelines and other statutory factors. A sentencing hearing will be scheduled after the completion of a presentence investigation by the U.S. Probation Office.
This case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Texas Department of Public Safety and the Anderson County Sheriff's Office and was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Mary Ann Cozby and Ryan Locker.
Electronics Recycling Day slated for March 5 The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Shelby Beautiful Clean committee has set the date for the Annual Electronics Recycling Day, presented by the City of Center. Saturday, March 5, beginning at 10:00 a.m., the Chamber will have two trailers on the downtown square to accept items for recycle. Items will be accepted until the trailers are full. Some of the items that will be accepted are televisions, computers and monitors, printers, typewriters, telephones, pagers, cable wires, power cords and power strips.
Panola College fell to Trinity Valley Community College on Wednesday night, 73-56, despite Kia Fisker putting 12 points on the board. The Fillies put up 24 points in the final quarter but was not able to make the comeback Fisker led Panola College offense, going 3-for-5 (60%) from the field while also sinking 86% (6-for-7) of free throws attempted. Amanda Cruz achieved double digits, scoring 11 points for Panola College . J'Lene Martinez hit two three-pointers and scored six points total. Also chipping in for Panola College were Teanna Frances Henderson (7 points), Genesis Rivera (6 points, 4 rebounds, 2 blocks), Charlynn Perry (6 points), Destiney Johnson, Denasia Watson, and Laura Chavez all scored (2 points apiece). The Fillies will be on the road this weekend as they look to face Coastal Bend College in Beeville, TX. Tip off tip is set for 2:00 pm.
At approximately 10:15 a.m. on Wednesday, February 10th, the Joaquin Volunteer Fire Department responded to a house fire at the corner of Jackson Street and Hwy. 84. Joaquin resident Dennis Leggett saw the fire, and before he could call 911, he was able to flag down Assistant Fire Chief Steve Cockrell, who notified the Shelby County Sheriff's Office to page out the fire department. Cockrell then went around the corner to the fire station and returned with an engine as firefighters arrived on the scene to find the home fully involved. Desoto Parish Fire District 1 responded to offer mutual aid. A hose team entered the structure and achieved a quick knockdown of the fire. The house received heavy fire and smoke damage. The cause of the fire is believed to be a faulty space heater. The JVFD cleared the scene and was back in the station at 11:45 a.m. The JVFD would like to remind Shelby County residents to inspect all space heaters, whether gas or electric, on a regular basis.
The former Shelby Regional Medical Hospital has been acquired by First United Pentecostal Church in Center. The hospital has been unused since it’s closing in 2013.
Pastor of the First United Pentecostal Church, Andy Wilson, discussed plans for the property. After demolishing the current structure, plans are to erect a new sanctuary, offices, fellowship hall, gym and youth center. Rev. Wilson has served as pastor here for better than two years. Over the past twenty four years serving as an ordained minister, he has ministered in Alabama, Louisiana and Texas.
Wilson stated the church membership has grown to close to 400 members in the past couple years. Even though the present church building has been remolded recently, the building has reached capacity, leaving the need for a new building imminent. Plans for the new building allows for a 700-900 seating capacity, making it one of the largest churches in Center. After the new building is completed, there are plans to sell the old church building. Demolition plans for the hospital are underway but will not take place for several months, still.
The City Council of Joaquin will meet in special session Friday, February 12, 2016 at 3:30 p.m. at the Joaquin City Offices located at 124 N. Preston. Order of business as follows. Agenda 1. Call meeting to order, establish quorum and welcome guest. 2. Discussion & Council approval of approving purchase of city vehicle. 3. Adjourn If during the course of the of the meeting, any discussion of items on the Agenda should be held in executive or closed session, the Council will convene in executive or closed session, in accordance With the Texas Open Meetings Act, Governmental Code Section 551 and Texas Revised Civil Statutes.
The Basketball game vs. Joaquin previously scheduled to be played at Joaquin will be played HERE today - VG/VB JVG/JVB @ 4:30 p.m.
TES Students Attend Play - On Friday, February 6, 2016 the Timpson Elementary 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade classes traveled to Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, TX to see a play in their Children’s Performing Arts Series. The students enjoyed a presentation of “The Lightning Thief” which was adapted from the book by Rick Riordan. The student’s enjoyed watching the adventures of Percy Jackson, who is the main character in many of Riordan’s books. Attached are pictures from the play.
Timpson Band Solo and Ensemble Medalists and State Qualifiers - On February 5-6, members of the Timpson Band competed at the Region 21 Solo and Ensemble Contests held in Nacogdoches. The students earned a total of 40 first division medals. Ten students earned first division ratings on Class One solos or ensembles and advanced to the UIL State Solo and Ensemble Contest in Pflugerville, TX on Memorial Day weekend! Congratulations to these students for working very hard and for doing such an outstanding job representing Timpson ISD!
Picture: State Qualifiers
(left to right)
Alto Saxophone Trio: Kendall Archer, Brittany Hutto, and Bethany Lindgren
Marimba Soloist: Connor Timmons
Brass Sextet: Dallas Dennis, Devin Kimzey, Marc Carroll, Fabian Martinez, (seated) Madelyn Ramsey, Ke’Unnia Perkins
Picture: All Medalists
(5th row) D’Mya Collins- tuba solo, Connor Timmons- marimba solo, Fabian Martinez- tuba solo and 2 brass sextets
(4th row) Juan Galavis- brass sextet, Devin Kimzey, brass sextet, Marc Carroll- brass sextet, Corey Branton- euphonium solo and brass sextet
(3rd row) Anna Smith- trumpet solo, Dallas Dennis- trumpet solo and brass sextet, Madelyn Ramsey- brass sextet, Bradley Young- trumpet solo and brass sextet, Kayleigh Wolf- trumpet solo and brass sextet
(2nd row) Claire Johnson- bass clarinet solo and mixed clarinet quartet, Brittany Hutto- alto saxophone solo and alto saxophone trio, Kendall Archer- alto saxophone trio, Bethany Lindgren- alto saxophone trio, Julieta De’Leon- French horn solo and brass sextet, Ke’Unnia Perkins- French horn solo and brass sextet
(1st row) Ashton Harris- B flat clarinet solo and mixed clarinet quartet, Sanaa Curtis- B flat clarinet solo and mixed clarinet quartet, Alyssa Parks- B flat clarinet solo and mixed clarinet quartet, Madison Fleming- B flat clarinet solo, Karina Meza- B flat clarinet solo, Jamie Stephens- flute solo, Ashlynn Lindgren- flute solo, Rebekah Parks- flute solo, Aislynn Kimzey- flute solo
The Tenaha Tigers Boys Soccer games in Mineola has been moved to 5:30 p.m.
Shortly after 11:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 7th, the Joaquin Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to a double-wide mobile home fire on U.S. Highway 84 East. Units arrived to find smoke billowing from the structure. Homeowner Jackie Williams stated that his family was awakened by smoke detectors going off. The JVFD deployed two two-man hose teams into the structure, wearing full bunker gear and SCBA. After a brief search, the fire was located in a bedroom on the west end of the house. Firefighters were able to knock the fire down using less than 15 gallons of water, keeping water damage to a minimum. The fire was contained to the single room, with smoke damage to the rest of the home. A positive pressure fan was used to remove smoke from the house. After removing all of the contents of the fire room, firefighters returned to the fire station at 12:35 a.m.
The Chicken New Express is being constructed at a rapid pace.
The Shelby County Commissioner’s Court met on Monday, February 8th to approve the following: Payment of monthly expenses, officer’s reports, Interposal Cooperation- Contract Act between UTMB and Shelby County, free medical service to the indigent, the police report focusing on racial profiling and the volunteer Truancy committee. The Court discussed moving truancy from a criminal charge to a civil charge. No longer will the students be arrested but the parents will be fined. The use of County land as a hunting lease was approved, which would gross $12,000 annually. The Net money remaining after taxes is approximately $10,000 which will be divided among the schools based on attendance and other criteria. Finally, a motion was approved giving the County Veterans Affairs Officer, Sherrie Riley, full time hours and a pay raise from $9.46/hr to $11.00/hr.
Chief Deputy Chad Sparks - Spoke About the Truancy Committee
VFW Post Quater Master Larry Hume (left) - Spoke on the excellence service of the Veterian Affairs Officer Sherrie Riley.
The official ribbon cutting ceremony for the new intersection of SH 21/US 96 in San Augustine, TX will be at 2 pm Feb. 10. The beautiful state-of-the-art, four-way intersection that has replaced the outdated circle intersection is an asset to travelers and motorists throughout East Texas.
The newly designed intersection increases ease of access and maneuverability for the residents of San Augustine and surrounding business owners. Make plans to join the celebration and hear some outstanding speakers who represent this project.
Speakers include San Augustine County Judge Samye Johnson; San Augustine Mayor Leroy Hughes; Senate District 3 Coordinator Dawn Glover, representing Sen. Robert Nichols; State Representative District Director Linda Parker, representing State Rep. Trent Ashby; and TxDOT Lufkin District Engineer Cheryl Flood. Speakers will be available for photos and comments following the event.
For more information, contact Rhonda.Oaks@txdot.gov or (936) 633-4395.
Shelbyville Dragon Special Olympics Track And Field Meet will be held on March 23, at the Track at Shelbyville High School. Check in is 9- 9:30 a.m, opening ceremonies are at 9:45 a.m and the event begins at 10:00 am. Closing ceremonies will be held at 2:00 p.m for more information call Erin Alford at 936-598-5146.
*PANOLA COLLEGE OFFERS ADVANCED EXCEL CLASS* The Panola College Workforce and Continuing Education division is offering an Advanced Excel class on Friday, February 19, 2016, from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The class will be held on the Carthage campus. The cost of the class is $60.00 and pre-registration is required. For more information, contact the Continuing Education office at 903-693-2067 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*PANOLA COLLEGE OFFERS SERVSAFE FOR MANAGERS* The Panola College Workforce and Continuing Education division is offering a ServSafe for Managers class Saturday, February 13, 2016, from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on the Marshall Campus. The cost of the class is $140.00 and preregistration is required. For more information, contact the Continuing Education office at 903-693-2067 or email email@example.com.
Tenaha: Girls/Boys Soccer are at home today beginning at 5:15 pm.
Today is the Last day for Texans to register to vote in the March 1st primary, but you also need to make sure you have proper identification when you cast your ballot. Texas election laws require voters to present an approved ID before entering the voting booth.
The Lamp-Lite Players present Musical Revue one weekend only Friday and Saturday February 5th and 6th at 7:30 p.m. In Nacogdoches Sunday, February 7th at 2:00 p.m. at the Lamp-Lite Theatre on Lamp-Lite Lane, Loop 224 & Old Tyler Road. For more information call 936-564-8300.
The fifth annual Princess Ball is approaching! Start planning now to attend the Shelby County Children’s Advocacy Center Princess Ball from 6-8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 27, at the John D. Windham Civic Center. The event is open to girls ages 3-13 and their adult family member escort. Photographers will be available starting at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 and are on sale now. Table reservations for parties of eight are an additional $50.
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