More than 25 artists and musicians will take to the streets and venues in Terrell from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 2 when Terrell ArtWalk returns.
Nationally acclaimed Dallas-Fort Worth Metro area artist Sedrick Huckaby and his work will be featured at the conclusion of Terrell ArtWalk on Saturday in a special reception in the main lobby of American National Bank of Texas, 102 W. Moore Ave.
Sandy Cowart is going to have more time for golf and activities with his church come Wednesday morning.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Early voting for the Place 2 Terrell ISD Board of Trustee position begins Monday, April 27, and runs through Tuesday, May 5 for the May 9 election. Only residents living within the boundaries of TISD Board Place 2 are eligible to vote. Comments from the two candidate follow from recent interviews. Incumbent Reginald Williams is being challenged by Russell Rogers.
Thursday evening's thunder and lightning storm did not appear to dampen the spirits of literally hundreds of people on the opening night of the 34th Annual Terrell Heritage Jubilee.
The former operator and owner of Renaissance Hospital in Terrell is going to spend 135 months in federal prison for healthcare fraud and identity theft violations.
Only TISD residents and registered voters living in district Place 2 are eligible to vote the the school board of trustee race between incumbent Reginald Williams and Russell Rogers. Early voting begins Monday, April 27 and continues through Tuesday May 5 for the May 9 election. Both early voting and day of election voting will take place at Terrell City Hall, 201 E. Nash St. Early voting hours this week are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; extended hours from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. will be available on Tuesday and again on Tuesday May 5. Early voting hours on Monday, May 4 will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Chief Warrant Officer 3 Jason Werner, 1st Lt. Michael Hannon and PFC Chaz Johnson were on a flight training exercise in their UH-60L Blackhawk helicopter out of Fort Hood when they landed at the Terrell Municipal Airport on Wednesday. They are assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 227th AHB. Werner's mother, Donna Werner lives in Terrell. Organizers of the No. 1 British Flying Training School Museum's Flights of Our Fathers' Fly-In hope the trio will bring the helo back in September. See more photos on The Terrell Tribune's Facebook page.
Xanberlyn Spencer McNutt is working to make her vision for Terrell's Organization for Young Scholars a reality. The group would provide summer and after school activities such as tutoring, reading, recreation, field trips and more for the city's youth. She is seen here addressing the Rotary Club of Terrell on Feb. 12.
Terrell City Councilman Charles Whitaker listens to Correct Care Solutions President Jorge Dominicis as he attempts to answer questions during a Nov. 3 town hall meeting on the privatization of Terrell State Hospital. The institution has about 970 employees and is the largest employer in the county, officials have said.
The Terrell Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitor Bureau is scheduled to receive about $158,000 in the coming year as part of the city of Terrell's allocation of hotel/motel occupancy taxes.
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