About 61 children with special needs from five schools competed and played at the Cherokee County Special Education Coop's annual field day on Friday.
Preserving a wild and scenic river
The Neches River has been a lifeline for Cherokee County residents for centuries. Not only has the river provided a water source for irrigating crops, it has also provided fishing, recreation and transportation for residents living on the stretch.
‘After high school comes college’
Children are classified as future leaders of the United States and educators are going above and beyond to guide them along the right path.
The Book Shelf
In order to escape a violent stalker who is protected by his wealthy parents, beautiful, intelligent Ellie Sullivan leaves home, assumes a new identity and pursues a career path as a surgeon. Jogging on the last day of her residency, she observes a couple fleeing from an FBI sting gone wrong.
Civic Theater announces cast members For ‘Dearly Departed’
Living and dying in the backwoods of the Deep South are seldom tidy, but, in the case of the dysfunctional Turpin family, are rib-tickling hilarious!
Middle School student accepted to summer program
Jacksonville Middle School 8th graders and Duke Scholars Evan Murphy and Swanson Traylor have recently been accepted to the Duke Summer Studies program at Texas A&M.
Church event aids Relay for Life
Jacksonville First United Methodist Church recently held a 1OK/5K run benefiting the Cherokee County Cancer Relay for Life. The event route, designed by Paul Travis and Greg Wade, was ran by 70 participants from several states.
Lion Vic Whadford Speaks to Rusk Lions About His Life
PDG Lion President Ardys Brown opened the meeting by calling on Lion Billy Watson for the invocation, Lion Jim Cromwell to lead the pledges and Lion Jim Richings to lead the singing. Special guest was Boots Burfoot.
Boy Scouts preserve history
The shrubs and high grass of the lot at the intersection of Water and Devereux street might have looked like a vacant lot to the naked eye.
Energy, dedication (and a few gears)
It takes time, energy and dedication to make a robot that will not only accomplish a task, but to do it better than any other in the region. And of course, the necessity of gears, wheels, pullies, strings and metal to be operating flawlessly.
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