Shelbyville Dragons 85
Evadale Rebels 82
Shelbyville Dragons 85
Evadale Rebels 82
San Augustine 70
Pleasant Grove 58
Thanks to all who contributed to the SCCAC Princess Ball! Our community is so fortunate to have people who care deeply about the wellbeing of our children. Thank you to all who served as a sponsor of the event: Boom Boom Photo Booth, Cline Family Medicine, GCS Cakes by Cindy Metteauer, Hughes Florist, Monco Motor Co, Nix Forest Industries, Quick stop Stores, The Reserve, Smith’s Sawmill Service, Shelby Savings Bank, Snell Photography, Trails End Grocery & RV, and Ultra. We would also like to thank all those who made donations, including Center High School, Wal-Mart, Timpson High School, Few Ready Mix, Chick-Fil-A, Three Birds Photography, Brookshire’s, As You Wish Photography, Citizens Bank, Megan Jackson Photography, Cornerstone Construction, and Leah Chase Photography. Finally, we would like to thank all of our volunteers who worked hard to make the Princess Ball go smoothly.
The Joaquin Ram Tennis season kicks off March 2, 2017 in an away match against Gary.
The Shelbyville First United Methodist Church will have an Ash Wednesday service including the imposition of ashes on Wednesday, March 1 beginning at 6:00 pm.
Sheriff Rodney Arbuckle wanted to notify the public of an arrest following an investigation into a shooting on Canary Street in Mansfield, LA. At about 8:00 p.m., on February 26, 2017, a subject approached a residence on Canary Street and began vandalizing a vehicle. The homeowner had previous issues with vandalism and noticed the subject outside of his residence. Through investigation, it was learned the homeowner exited the home and engaged the subject with a rifle. The victim ran from the scene. Mansfield Police Department initially responded to the scene and located the victim in an adjacent yard.
Tune in to KDET 930 AM and KQBB 100.5 FM on Monday morings 6 - 11:30 for your weekly fire and accident report with Center Fire Chief Keith Byndom.
Shelbyville Athletic booster meeting will be held Monday, February 27th at 6:00 in the Elementary building room 111. We will elect new officers.
On Saturday, February 25th the Joaquin Youth will be having a Car Wash fundraiser at Brookshire Brothers starting at 12 pm. We're doing donations per car so the price is up to you! We're raising money to take our teens to Winter Jam (a Christian concert) on March 4th. If your interested in joining us or have a teen who is interested visit our Winter jam sign up page at: http://joaquinyouthteam.weebly.com/winter-jam.html
Thank you for reading and we will see you this beautiful Saturday!
The Timpson High School floral design classes finished a unit titled Miniature Landscapes.
Students made fairy garden furniture and designed a container grown landscape. Students were encouraged to be creative and include unique features that match their personality and interests.
Notice is hereby given that a Special meeting of the Governing body of the Shelby County Commissioners’ Court will be held on the 27th day of February, 2017 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 monthly expenses.
2. Public discussion on agenda items.
3. Approve the New Personnel Policy.
4. Consider and approve 2017 DOT Drug Testing Agreement with Compliance Management, LLC.
5. Janet Ritter and Matt Lowery to give Yearly update on Attoyac Bayou WS SCS Site 12 Dam Emergency Action Plan.
6. Approve Emergency Action Plan for Shelby County.
7. Discuss and possibly approve line item transfers in Constable Precinct 3‘s budget to pay for unbudgeted expenses.
8. Discuss and possibly approve upkeep on the Historical Court House grounds by trimming trees, and repairing a sidewalk.
9. Recognize grant income and adjust budget accordingly for Juvenile Probation.
The Center City Council will meet in Regular Session on Monday, February 27, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. in the Council Room at City Hall. The following items are on the agenda for appropriate action:
I. Welcome Guests and Visitors.
II. Approval of Minutes of the Regular Meeting on February 13, 2017.
III. Discuss Consider and Action on the Following:
A. Authorize Water Plant Lagoon Cleaning Contract.
B. Award of Bid for Wastewater Treatment Plant — Clarifier Renovation.
IV. Items of Interest from Council and City Manager and Citizens — No Action Items.
1. Employee Banquet — March 10 — 6:00p.m.
V. Executive Session
Consider entering executive session for legal consultation with the City Attorney and discussion of pending litigation, personnel matters and land acquisition with possible action related thereto upon reconvening in open session in accordance with Government Code Section 551.071, 551. 072 and 551. 074
If during the course of the meeting, any discussion of items on the Agenda that 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, Government Code Section 551.101 and Texas Revised Civil Statues.
The City Council of Tenaha will meet in regular session on Monday, February 27, 2017 at 5:15 p.m. at the Tenaha Municipal Building located at 238 N. George Bowers Drive, Tenaha, Texas.
Order of Business:
1. Call to Order & Roll Call
2. Pledge and Prayer
3. Welcome Guests/Public Comments
4. Consider Approval for Minutes from January 24, 2017 Regular Scheduled Council Meeting – ACTION
5. Consider Approval for January 2017 Financials – ACTION
6. Consider Approval to appoint Mrs. Marie Crawford as Election Judge for May 6, 2017 General Election – ACTION
7. Consider Approve Resolution to: Close B&E Account And Open New for Support Planning & Events – ACTION
8. Discuss and Consider Approval of Hiring Part-Time Water Clerk Administrative Assistant – ACTION
9. Department Head Reports
10. Council Comments
UPDATE: McDaniel was arrested Feb. 23 at 11:58 a.m. on CR 1443 in Center.
The Wolf Pack were down by 10 points but stormed back to win 67-63! Next up are the Pirates of Deweyville! Gametime is 7:00 pm this Friday (Feb 24) at Woodville HS Gymnasium. AWESOME WIN and GO WOLVES!
Today Center Broadcasting Celebrated our 68th anniversary, with a good turn out including the family memebers of many of the old KDET Legends. Tune into 930 am to hear the interviews though out the rest of the week.
The Joaquin HS Softball and Baseball games scheduled for today, February 21 have been cancelled.
The deadline for "Pennies for Patients" has been extended to March 3rd. If you know a Shelbyville student, be sure to gather up your coins and let them know you want to donate to the "Leukemia and Lymphoma Society" for research to help find a cure and help with the fight against blood cancer among children, adolescents and young adults under the age of 20.
At approximately 9:10 am this morning a semi-truck broke down at the intersection of Nacogdoches and San Augustine highways in Center. According to the driver and members of the Center Fire Department, the drive shaft broke loose and spun around; puncturing the fuel tank. The driver brought the vehicle to a stop; then allowed the vehicle to roll backwards out of the intersection and back behind the traffic light. Emergency personnel were contacted and Center Fire Department arrived there in minutes. The Texas Department of Transportation and the Center Police Department also quickly arrived on scene. Hopkins wrecker service was call in to transport the semi-truck. Hughes wrecker was also on scene in case there services were needed. The Police and Fire Departments blockaded the area. While the Department of Transportation and Center Fire Department cleaned up the diesel before towing the vehicle. The truck was then hauled off.
The 7 Sisters Red Hat Society enjoyed a delicious lunch, Valentines Day, and Judy Carrington's birthday at the Nettie's Nook and Sammich Shop which provided Red Hat cookies and decorations for members Queen Trudie Willis, Queen Mom Winnie Preston, Linda Bordelon, Peggy Kennedy, Mary Fausett, Sylvia Jackson, Nora Robinson, Maudie Warr, Jo Warr, and Judy Carrington.
The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors will join with Patrick Bresette, Executive Director; Cindy Ross, Community Health Outreach Coordinator and Maria Salas, Community Health Outreach Liaison, of the Children’s Defense Fund of Texas for a new member ribbon cutting at the Chamber of Commerce office on Wednesday, February 22 at 4:30 p.m.
The Children's Defense Fund (CDF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit child advocacy organization that has worked relentlessly for more than 40 years to ensure a level playing field for all children. They champion policies and programs that lift children out of poverty, protect them from abuse and neglect, and ensure their access to health care, quality education and a moral and spiritual foundation.
For more information please contact the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce at (936) 598-3682 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carthage, Texas – The Panola College men’s basketball team defeated 12th ranked Trinity Valley Community College here Saturday afternoon, 94-87. Panola’s win streak has now reached six. The victory propels their record to 19-7 and 11-4 in Region 14 play. “Our guys did a tremendous job executing the game plan.” Head Coach Grant McMillan stated. “We battled all night and had multiple people step up.” He added.
Panola found themselves in control much of the first half as they held a 47-38 halftime lead. Trinity Valley gained some momentum in the second half as they tied the ball game up at 68 with just under 11:00 minutes remaining. A TJ Killings three pointer and Devyn Wilson netted 5 straight points to give the Ponies a 78-74 lead with less than 7:00 minutes to play. Trinity could not cut the lead to less than four points. Down the stretch both teams put on a free throw clinic but Panola would not give up any ground.
Leading the way for Panola was Devyn Wilson who scorched the nets for 34 points. Wilson made six three pointers and went 14-16 from the free throw line. Tope Arikawe chipped in with 13 points. Eric McGill and Keith Hayes both scored 11 points, respectively. As a team, Panola shot 45 percent from three and forced 15 Trinity Valley turnovers.
Panola continues Region 14 play when they head to Tyler, Texas to take on Tyler Junior College. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:00 PM on the campus of TJC.
The DeSoto Parish Coroner officially confirmed yesterday at 5:02 pm that the remains of the bodies found in the helicopter wreckage were Terry Bailey 54 and Pam Bailey 57, both long time residents of Center.
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The City of Center grieves with the family of Pam and Terry Bailey in the tragic loss of these two native citizens and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey had a deep love for their community and enjoyed being a part of its growth and success. We will miss their devotion to our community and its citizens, their vision and spirit of entrepreneurship, their generosity and Christian witness in their daily walk. They have enriched our lives and leave a lasting footprint on our community.
Center Broadcasting invites listeners and friends to their 68th Anniversary Open House, on Wednesday, February 22nd, between 11am-1pm. Center Broadcasting will be honoring KDET legends, in remembrance of their contributions to our community. We thank our loyal family of listeners for your continued support throughout the years. KDET is proud to be your cornerstone radio station, a tradition since 1949.
The Shelbyville Yearbook staff would like to announce that they have a facebook page called "The Dragon- Shelbyville ISD yearbook" where they will be posting pictures that they take around the school and sneak peeks of the upcoming 2017 yearbook. Please go like the page to receive updates!
Please join us for our Annual Church Anniversary at Triumph Church at 908 Daniel St., Center, TX on Sunday, February 19, 2017 at 3:00pm.
All are welcome! Steven Neal, Pastor
The Dragons will play Cushing on Feb. 21 @ 6:00 pm at Angelina College.
The National Weather Service has canceled the Tornado Watch. However stay tuned to Center Broadcasting for the latest updates.
At yesterday’s Commissioners Court Steven Shires District attorney proposed that the probation system help fund or partly fund a new community service officer. He also requested money to pay for cell phones for him and his employees, which was granted. Veteran Affairs Officer Sherri Riley was recognized for her accomplishments for the veterans of Shelby County. The Texas A&M Agri-Life Extension Office were approved in their request for a larger building and the old school building will be renovated and given to them. In addition the Court also discussed purshasing a/c units for the historic courthouse.
Lane Dunn and Jhrei-Lynn McSwain
Sam Samford Masonic Lodge #149 in Center will hold its February stated meeting tomorrow night, February 14. We will begin at 6:30 with a covered dish dinner. The meeting will start promptly at 7:30. You are cordially invited and needed to help in our efforts to spread the cement of brotherly love and affection which has and will continue to unite us into the greatest fraternity in the world.
Hemphill Garden Club members and National Flower Show Judges Nell Anderson and Betty Eddleman conducted a workshop on flower designing for Center Garden Club members in preparation for their April 7 Flower Show. Final preparations were made for the Texas Garden Clubs District III Spring Convention which the club will host in Center March 2-3.
The Garrison Lions Club has recognized Joel Barton as Citizen Of The Year. Barton worked part time in law enforcement for many years while working full-time at Acme Bricks. In April of 2002, he bacame Chief of Police in Garrison. Barton now works as a police officer at Garrison ISD.
In basketball action Tuesday evening, the Joaquin Lady Rams defeated the Timpson Lady Bears by a score of 47 to 41.
The Mt Herman Missionary Baptist Church will host a chili luncheon fundraiser for the West Shelby County Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday, February 18th from 11 am to 2 pm or until all sold. A bowl of chili with crackers, drink and dessert will be $5. The church is located at 9181 Hwy 7 West.
There will be a regularly scheduled meeting of the Center Band Boosters this Monday, February 13th at 5:30 in the Band Hall of Center High School.
Huxley Helping Hands, a local mission group from the Huxley community, will give away food boxes to Shelby County residents in need of assistance. Food boxes will be given away on Saturday February 11, 2017 at Hillcrest Baptist Church, located at 901 Southview Circle in Center.
Those wishing to receive a food box must present identification. New recipients must show proof of income and residency.
Sign-in starts at 9:00 AM. Only one box per household. Distribution will continue until all of the food is gone.
Members of the Shelbyville Dragon Military Marching Band competed in the Region 21 Solo and Ensemble contest on Friday Februrary 3rd. All 5 ensembles that competed earned first division superior ratings from the judges they performed for.
Earning a first division qualified the students for the State Solo and Ensemble contest to be held this May at Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville, TX.
The students that earned first divisions and qualified for state are:
Shelby College Center will offer a Medication Aide class this Friday, Feburary 10th from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm, with Betty Gruber, RN the insructor. The cost is $65 and enrollment is limited. For more information call: 936-598-9543
Center, TX - Two employees of the Center McDonalds have been charged in connection with prescription drugs being found in a child's meal.
On Wednesday, January 5, 2017 a report was made to the Center Police Department that a family had went through the drive through at the McDonalds located at 813 Hurst St in Center Texas on January 4,2017. The family purchased a Happy Meal for their 9 year old. After they left the drive through window, two prescription Tramadol pills were found in their child's Happy Meal.
Sheriff Rodney Arbuckle wanted to inform the public of recent drug arrests following operations by the Narcotics Division and the Directed Patrol Unit.
On January 31, 2017, at about 2:06 p.m. deputies working with the directed patrol unit conducted a traffic stop on Highway 84 at the Texas State Line in Logansport, LA. During the traffic stop, deputies identified the driver of the vehicle as well as two passengers, who were identified as Kelly Lovett, 23 of Mansfield, LA, and Chad Pridgen, 51 of Joaquin, TX. Deputies noticed Lovett moving in a suspicious manner. Deputies obtained consent to search the vehicle and located narcotics, brass knuckles, and drug paraphernalia in a purse belonging to Lovett. Deputies arrested Lovett for Possession of Schedule II CDS, Illegal Carrying of a Weapon, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Pridgen was found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest in Shelby County, TX and was subsequently placed under arrest for them.
On January 31, 2017, agents working with the Tri-Parish Drug Task Force conducted an undercover operation while assisting the Louisiana State Probation and Parole office. P&P Agents were attempting to locate a subject identified as Juanita Briggs, 33 of Logansport, LA. Agents were able to locate a residence in the area of Highway 5 in Logansport that Briggs was believed to have been living at. Agents confirmed that Briggs had been living at the residence and obtain consent to search the residence. They located two scales normally used in the distribution and packaging of controlled dangerous substances in a bedroom belonging to Briggs. Shortly thereafter, Briggs returned to the residence and was detained. Agents searched Briggs and located a glass pipe commonly used to smoke methamphetamine. She was placed under arrest for two counts of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia by the Agents as well as a Probation Violation by LA P&P.
Bill would address patchwork regulations, providing consistency and expanding economic opportunity and choice for Texans
February 7, 2017 Austin, TX -- Texas State Rep. Chris Paddie (R-Marshall) has filed legislation proposing a statewide regulatory framework for transportation network companies (TNCs) such as Uber and Lyft. House Bill 100 will help bring economic opportunity and access to safe, reliable transportation to more Texans.
“It is time to end the inconsistencies of regulations across the state that stand in the way of transportation innovation and adopt a uniform, common sense law focused on safety and access to new technology,” said Rep. Paddie, who is also the former Mayor of Marshall. “In order to encourage growth and innovation, businesses need consistency and certainty. Statewide rules are necessary so riders and drivers can travel from places like Center, TX, to Carthage using ridesharing technology without hitting regulatory barriers.”
About H.B. 100:
Regulatory Certainty: There are more than 1,000 cities in our state and TNC drivers cross invisible lines of jurisdiction with riders on a daily basis. With trips occurring all over Texas and between cities, it’s clear statewide rules are necessary. 36 other states have passed statewide bills regulating TNC’s.
Public Safety: Requires TNCs to conduct a local, state and nationwide criminal background check, including checking the national sex offender database. Requires that applicants convicted of certain offenses are prohibited from being TNC drivers. TNCs also play a role in helping to reduce alcohol-impaired driving in communities where they operate.
Economic Opportunity: TNCs contribute significantly to the local economies where they operate and are on the forefront of innovation improving rural & urban mobility. People from all walks of life choose to drive because it provides a flexible opportunity to earn based on their own schedules and priorities.
On February 3 and 4, members of the Timpson High School Band performed at the Region 21 Solo and Ensemble Contests in Nacogdoches and earned a total of 62 First Division medals. Along with the twirlers that earned medals in October, 14 students have now advanced to the Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest held in n Pflugerville, TX on Memorial Day Weekend! Congratulations to these students for working very hard and for doing such an outstanding job representing Timpson ISD!
5th Row (L-R): Da’Mya Collins, tuba- solo; Xander Stephens, tuba- solo and ensemble; Fabian Martinez, tuba- solo and 2 ensembles; Kay’Unna Curtis, tuba- solo and ensemble; Connor Timmons, piano- solo, marimba- solo, and ensemble; Chris Lewis, percussion- ensemble; Jeremy Wagstaff, percussion- ensemble; Kamarieous Johnson, percussion- ensemble; Blake Johnson, percussion- ensemble; Madelyn Ramsey, percussion- ensemble
4th Row (L-R): Devin Kimzey, trombone- 2 ensembles; Jose Galavis, trombone- ensemble; Asher Molloy, trombone- solo and ensemble; Samuel Todd, trombone- solo; Marc Carroll, euphonium- 2 ensembles; Ja’Karia Deckard, bass clarinet- ensemble; Claire Johnson, bass clarinet- solo; Julieta De Leon, French horn- 2 ensembles; Yanelit Garcia, French horn- ensemble
3rd Row (L-R): Gracie Wagnon, trumpet- solo and ensemble; Connor O’Brien, trumpet- solo; Lana Parks, trumpet- solo and ensemble; Bradley Young, trumpet- 2 ensembles; Kristyn Rader, trumpet- ensemble; Allysha Stephens, trumpet- solo; Dallas Dennis, trumpet- 2 ensembles; Brayden Watson, trumpet- solo
2nd Row (L-R): Kendall Archer, alto saxophone- solo and ensemble; Brittany Hutto, alto saxophone- ensemble; Chelsey Franks, alto saxophone- solo; Caden Solomon, alto saxophone- solo; Alyssa Parks, clarinet- 2 ensembles; Shy’Kuirra Bussey, clarinet- solo and ensemble; Ty’eshia Johnson, clarinet- solo and ensemble; Maria Palacios, clarinet- ensemble; Britney Vargas, clarinet- ensemble
1st Row (L-R): Jamie Stephens, flute- solo; Rebekah Parks, flute- solo and ensemble; Aislynn Kimzey, piccolo- ensemble
Not pictured: Celine Bush, clarinet- solo; Kelley Garcia, clarinet- ensemble; Carter Ramsey, tuba- solo
Center Learning Academy at First Baptist Church, Center is having a garage sale on Saturday, March 18th from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
We are asking for donations of good used children's clothes, children's and adult's shoes, purses, jewelry, toys, household goods, tools, kitchenware, dinnerware, etc.
Please do not send adult clothing.
All donations will be greatly appreciated! Drop donations off at the daycare Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. We are located in the church at 117 Cora St., Center, TX. Phone number is 936-598-3708.
The First Annual Intergalactic Dodgeball Tournament is coming soon! Saturday, March 4, 2017 starting at 9am at the Center Intermediate Gym.
Team entry $100 per team, 5 players per team. Free agent rate, $20 individual. $5 non-participant gate fee. Free participant t-shirts. Concessions available.
Awards will be presented for best individual costume, best team costume, and tournament MVP. Age brackets include 10-13; 14-18; 19-30; and 31+.
To register call Jason Mitchell - 936-590-7196 or visit www.centertexas.org.
The 1st Annual Stanley Burgay Memorial Bass Tournament Benefiting the Stanley Burgay Memorial Scholarship Fund will be held March 25th 2017 6:45 AM-3:00PM at Cassels-Boykin Park FM 3123, Zavalla, TX.
Team event trailering is allowed entry fees are $150 per Team includes Big Bass. Entry Forms will be available at: www.shelbycountybassanglers.com
Weigh-in line opens at 2 PM. Must stop fishing by 3PM and be in line by 4PM.
Sponsor levels include Platinum -$1000 Gold - $500 Silver - $300 Bronze - $200
Donors – Prizes or donations less than sponsor levels
House of Refuge Apostolic Ministries will be having our Church Anniversary on Sunday, February 12, 2017 at 3 o'clock. Guest speaker will be Bishop T.C. Keli of Dallas, Texas. Please join us as we uplift the Lord.
House of Refuge Apostolic Ministries is located at 215 South Church Street, Center, Texas 75935.
The Joaquin Athletic boosters are now selling Lady Ram Playoff shirts!!!! The shirts will be royal blue. Money is due Wednesday, February 8, by 8 am.
Shirts will be passed out Monday.
The boys in green were back at home this past weekend as they took on Vernon College from Vernon Texas. Panola won three straight earning the sweep in the series and extending their record to 5-1 on the season. Panola will be back at Jim Reeves Memorial Field this Friday, February 10th and 11th as they host Coastal Bend College from Beeville Texas. Game times set for 7pm on Friday and the double header starts at 1pm on Saturday.
Panola Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Vernon In Game 1
Panola College defeated Vernon College 9-2 thanks to a strong start. Panola scored on a passed ball and a single by Colby Price (Nederland, TX) in the second inning.
Panola scored three runs in the fifth inning on a fielder's choice by Michael Lawson (Conroe, TX) and a groundout by Cal Smith (Fort Worth, TX).
Cayne Ueckert (Jasper, TX) earned the win for Panola. He threw four innings, surrendering one run, five hits, striking out four, and walking zero.
Panola collected eight hits. Chandler Morris (The Woodlands, TX) and Christian Boulware (Dallas, TX) each collected multiple hits for Panola. Austin De Leon (Frisco, TX), Colby Price, Logan Bailey (Hallsville, TX), and Austin Blakeley (Hallsville, TX) each collected two hits to lead Panola to victory.
Hallsville Duo Team Up As Panola Shuts Out Vernon In Game 2
Panola College defeated Vernon College 7-0 in game two of the double header on Friday at Jim Reeves Memorial Field as Hallsville duo teamed up for a shutout.
Panola captured the lead in the second inning. Andrew Pace (Beaumont, TX) singled on a 0-1 count, scoring John Mike Bounds (Beckville, TX) .Panola scored four runs in the third inning on a home run by Bounds.
Logan Bailey (Hallsville, TX) earned the win for Panola. He tossed five innings, allowing zero runs, two hits, striking out nine, and walking zero. Colton Brasher (Hallsville, TX) finished the game striking out two and allowing zero runs in two innings of work.
Panola collected 11 hits. Colby Price (Nederland, TX) had three, Colton Oberthier (Hallsville, TX), Bounds, Pace, and each collected two hits.
Julian Flores Collects Four Hits As Panola Defeats Vernon 11-3 And Completes The Sweep
Julian Flores (Richland, TX) gave Vernon College fits, as he bagged four hits in Panola’s 11-3 victory on Saturday. Flores singled in the second, homered in the third, singled in the fifth, and doubled in the seventh.
Panola earned the victory and completed their first series sweep of the year. Vernon's big inning came in the top of the third plating three runs. Panola answered with three runs of their own and was never pressured the rest of the way.
In the third Colby Price (Nederland, TX) homered off of Gatnes, driving in one run and Flores homered off of Gatnes, driving in two runs.
Taylor Tomlin (Center, TX) earned the win for Panola. He tossed two and a third innings, allowing zero runs, one hit, striking out one, and walking zero.
Ty Miller (Bullard, TX) started the game for Panola. He threw two and two-thirds innings, giving up three runs, four hits, and striking out one.
Panola had 16 hits in the game. Flores, Price, Duke Ellis (Nacogdoches, TX), Colton Oberthier (Hallsville, TX), Andrew Pace (Beaumont, TX), and Austin De Leon (Frisco, TX) each collected multiple hits for Panola.
De Leon, Pace, Oberthier, and Ellis. Panola was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Logan Bailey (Hallsville, TX) had the most chances in the field with 13.
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In Austin at the state capitol building where they will give away thousands of
seedlings and a host a variety of meetings Feb. 28 - March 1, 2017.
"TFA's presence in the Capitol city is essential in showcasing the wood and paper
industry to members of the Texas House and Senate, as well as other statewide officials,"
said Ron Hufford, Executive Director of Texas Forestry Association. "The timber
industry accounts for more than 130,000 jobs for Texans, and manufactures more than
5,000 products we enjoy every day."
Forestry Day is made up of several key events including the Association's Board
of Director's meeting that will begin at 3pm on Tuesday at the State Capitol in
the Criminal Court of Appeals Courtroom on the third floor. On Wednesday, TFA will
host a breakfast with key legislative members in the Capitol Grill in the Large
Banquet Room, beginning at 7:30 a.m. The seedling give away will begin on Wednesday
at 9am and will last through noon, or while supplies last.
Texas Forestry Association's membership began the program to increase public awareness
of the tree planting efforts which take place each winter in the forested regions
of the state. This will be the 14th legislative session in which Texas Forestry
Association will deliver the forestry message to Austin residents by distributing
Each year, approximately 75 million seedlings are planted in Texas. "This illustrates
the desire of private landowners and the Texas Forest Sector to maintain sustainable
forests for future generations," Hufford said.
For more information on this event, please visit TexasForestry.org or call 936-632-8733.
Center Senior/Parent Meeting! Monday, Feb. 13th - 6:00 p.m. High School Cafeteria Senior spring event information will be discussed...don't miss this important meeting!
Mt Zion will be celebrating Black History Month each Sunday in February during Morning Worship at 11a.m. Sunday, February 5th speaker will be Jeremy Small, Coach/ Life Science Teacher at East Jr. High in West Memphis. Rev. Elgena Weaver, pastor.
Panola College/Shelby College Center is offering Beginning Yoga classes February 7 – March 16, 2017. The instructor is Judy Lee and class will meet Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 am - 10:30 am. The cost of the class is $45.00 and pre-registration is required. For more information, contact Shelby College Center at 936-598-9543 or email email@example.com
Today - Mostly cloudy, 76/58, but hold onto your hat as winds are expected to blow 12-15 mph by noonTomorrow cooler at 66/43, rain gear and jacket needed, rain of 1/10 to 1/4 inch and wind of 10-12 (SACMG'S _ SFA Soil Lab visit)Friday 55/42 misty windy daySaturday overcast 63/54 no rain less windSunday clouds 72/58 and rain???Monday overcast 70'sTuesday 70's with widely scattered T-storm 1//10 inchWed-Thur-Friday 50's/upper 30's - low 40's and clear sunny skies.
There was a grass and bush fire on Pine Terrnace St. yesterday at 4:10 pm the Center Fire Department responded to and put out the fire before it could spread to any of the nearby houses. The cause is still unknown.
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