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Texas State Senator Bob Hall, who serves the counties of District 2 that include Fannin, Delta, Hunt, Hopkins, Rains, Rockwall, Kaufman, Van Zandt and Dallas County will be holding a series of public town hall meetings

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KAUFMAN–Kaufman County Commissioners approved work site releases for temporary construction of easements for 5275 CR 283 and 9169 CR 155. The CR 155 site needs a pond to drain away from the roadway to divert flooding and  CR 283 needs to clear an obstruction in the creek which is backing up …

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Republican State Representative Keith Bell announced on Tuesday that he will seek re-election to the Texas State House after a record-breaking conservative legislative session. Bell is completing his first term as the State Representative of House District 4, which includes Kaufman and part …

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Sam and Nia Rader have spent about five years uploading videos of their family time together on YouTube. Now, the Terrell family is gaining momentum and making a splash online.

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Jake E’s Riding Round Up, located at 10626 FM 429 in between Terrell and Kaufman, was awarded a grant from the Texas Veterans Commission to provide Equine Therapy through its ‘Horses and Heroes’ programs to veterans, their dependents and surviving spouses at no cost to them.

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In response to continued efforts by Rep. Bell to reinvigorate Terrell State Hospital, the Health and Human Services Commission has approved funds that will add a 20-bed unit addition that will focus on the needs of Veterans. Nearly six percent of current hospital patients identify themselves…

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Terrell City Council recently recognized three City of Terrell employees for receiving advanced certifications in their respective fields. Terrell Police Department Captain Arley Sansom, Assistant Manager of Inspection/Code Enforcement Supervisor Ricky Mendez and Housing Director Jamarcus Ay…

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KAUFMAN–Kaufman County Commissioners approved Enterprise Fleet Management to manage the county’s vehicles hoping to increase the safety of the vehicles, decrease maintenance expenses per vehicle and get a higher resale value on the vehicles. Enterprise representative Nathan Pickle says fleet…

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Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., a privately held national retail chain of craft and home decor stores, opens in Terrell, Texas with a ribbon cutting ceremony and official grand opening celebration on Monday, July 15, at 9 a.m. The Terrell store is Hobby Lobby’s 106th location in Texas. Ronah Mutsv…

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Terrell native Kennedy B. Jones performed the National Anthem of the United States of America before the 2019 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby on Monday night at Progressive Field in Cleveland, OH.

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Editor’s note: First elected in 2018, Republican Congressman Lance Gooden represents Texas’ 5th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. The 5th District stretches from Dallas County to Cherokee, Henderson, Kaufman, Anderson, Van Zandt and Wood Counties. Lance and his wife, Alexa, live…

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The Journey of Hope South Team is a group of 20 cyclist and six crewmembers biking across the country in support of people with disabilities and they will be arriving in Terrell on Sunday, July 14. The cyclist will have an interactive dinner with the Terrell youth at the Terrell State Hospit…

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After serving what has been 23 years at Terrell First Assembly of God church, Pastor Lonnie Harris is stepping down as Pastor.

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KAUFMAN–Kaufman County Commissioners Court met June 26 and approved to temporarily replace Constable Chad Jones, who recently passed away, with Chief Deputy Vanessa J. Brooks until the general election when a permanent replacement can be selected.

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This year marks the third year that residents in and around the Breezy Hill Park in south Terrell gathered together to celebrate Juneteenth, an American holiday that celebrates the abolition of slavery in Texas on June 19, 1865.

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The Terrell Independent School District announced on Tuesday that its fifth annual Citywide Back-to-School Fair will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 15 at the ExCEL building located at 1252 Colquitt Road in Terrell.

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Neil Tucker grew up in Terrell and spent majority of his time reading comic books day and night. His interest in art landed him at Shipley’s Donuts on West Moore Avenue where he spends his weekday mornings hard at work, drawing and creating life-like portrait sketches of people and places an…

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The oldest Black congregation in Terrell had yet another reason to celebrate. Bethlehem Baptist Church in Terrell honored Pastor Richard E. Rollerson during an evening worship service in February, recognizing his 25 years of service and his milestone surpassed as the longest tenured Pastor a…

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The Terrell City Council approved a Terrell CBD Façade Improvement Program Grant totaling $20,000 for Gary and Christina McDaniel’s business, Le Palais Blanc located at 119 East Moore Avenue in Terrell.