tel. 903-456-04401125 S. Virginia St., Terrell, TX 75160
Love Graphics is a full service screen printing and embroidery shop located in Terrell, TX. Quality work and exceptio…
tel. 903-456-04401125 S. Virginia St., Terrell, TX 75160
Love Graphics is a full service screen printing and embroidery shop located in Terrell, TX. Quality work and exceptional service has kept us in business for 20 years! We specialize in t-shirts, caps, jackets and all types of apparel. Whether it's a family reunion, sporting event or company uniforms let us give you a free estimate. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you!
Housing restoration, preservation, in-fill residential housing construction, newly-platted housing developments and commercial and retail development is surging in Terrell. The city’s Municipal Development Department is seeing valuation increases that demonstrate clear evidence of sustained development. For example, the department has seen an increase in permitting activity related to renovations in existing housing stock and structural repairs. The department also is working closely with developers of the Creekside Addition, bound by Poetry Road, Terrell High School, Long Elementary School and Arlie White Park. City Council approved a Residential Partnership Development Agreement on November, 8, 2017; and city staff is currently reviewing the first phase. Additionally, Calvary Oaks housing development, which has been dormant for the last several years, now has record construction near West End Street in the Southwest area of town. Camden Homes, a developer in Town North Estates, is nearing completion of their build out of three and four-bedroom brick homes within walking distance of Terrell High School.
The Terrell police SWAT team had a standoff with an armed man at a Terrell home following a chase on Wednesday morning.
Philip Keith Purkey (Leatherwood) went to his eternal rest on Feb. 25, 2018 in Terrell, Texas. Keith was born Feb. 5, 1951 in Dallas, Texas and he was preceded in death by his mother, Teddy J. Hunt, his father, Leland Purkey, grandparents, Thelma and JW Humphries, step-father, Jimmy Leatherwood, brother, James Kirk Leatherwood and his oldest grandson, Kasey J. Cooper. Keith was a devoted father, grandfather, great grandfather, uncle, cousin, brother, son and friend. He loved and cherished his family and friends. Keith was a free spirit, to say the least, and he loved sports especially his Dallas, Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Dallas Stars and Dallas Mavericks. He also enjoyed fishing and gardening. In his earlier years, he was a great athlete and loved challenges. Spending time with his friends, playing darts and horseshoes, was also a favorite way that Keith spent the days. Stories and memories shared during these times with the ones he cared for most made these days the most special. He especially loved his kids with all his heart. He was a true role model to many and will be missed by all who knew him.
Hendrika Berendina van der Horst passed away on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at the Cuba Skilled Nursing Facility at age 95. She was born August 18, 1922 in Arnhem, the Netherlands to Gerard and Joanna Smitskamp Boudewijn. She grew up in Baarn, the Netherlands. Henny graduated from Baarn’s Lyceum and continued her education in international business and languages in Utrecht. She was employed at the Providentia Insurance Company in Amsterdam. During her time with this company, she met Miep Gies, Otto Frank’s secretary, and regularly used her lunch hour to secretly provide food to be passed along to those in hiding during the Nazi occupation of Holland. Only after the War and the publication of the Anne Frank Diary did Henny realize the food she supplied had helped sustain the Franks and others hidden in the secret annex of Mr. Frank’s business. For over 20 years, Henny gave talks at local schools and organizations about World War II and her connections with the Frank family.
Five people are being charged with drug possession after a traffic strop in Terrell last week.
On Sunday, February 25, at 2:57 p.m., four unidentified subjects were involved in a vehicle theft at Church’s Chicken in Terrell.
Dennis Keith Caffey, 57, of Terrell, TX passed away on March 1, 2018. Dennis was born to James F. and Anna Mae Caffey on February 1, 1961 in Dallas, TX. Dennis graduated from Mesquite ISD in 1979 and moved to Terrell in 1994. He married Theresa Thompson on Jan. 24, 1997 in Kaufman, TX and they spent a wonderful 21 years together. Dennis enjoyed spending time riding on his motorcycle and loved the time he got to spend with his grandkids. He was a member of Victory Church in Scurry, TX. Dennis' parents preceded him in death. Those left to cherish his memory include: his wife Theresa of Terrell, sons: Jason Thompson and wife Nicole Velain of Wills Point and Bobby Thompson and wife Natalie of Terrell; daughters Misty Caffey and husband Michael Ashworth of Kaufman and Nichole Thompson and husband Shahien Ahmed of Terrell; grandchildren: Alex Thompson, Katie Thompson, Savannah Phillips,Devon Phillips, Haylin Thompson, Kara Thompson, Michael Ashworth, Gracie Ashworth, Kaci Thompson and Harper Thompson; brothers: James W. Caffey of Kaufman and Gary L. Caffey of Kaufman; sisters: Sandra Lawrence and husband William of Kaufman and Cheryl Cole of Kaufman; numerous nieces and nephews and a best friend Michael Moore as well as other friends who will miss him dearly. The family celebrated the life of Dennis at Victory Church is Scurry, TX on Monday, March 5th. Arrangements were directed by Parker-Ashworth Funeral Home.
A Forney man has been indicted by a federal grand jury on one count of enticement of a minor, according to U.S. Attorney John Parker of the Northern District of Texas.
Even up to the last moment before convicted murderer Charles E. Brownlow Jr. was sentenced to death on Friday he tried to blame his father for the executions he committed.
The Terrell school board approved renaming/naming John F. Kennedy Elementary, the Memorial Stadium press box and the Performing Arts Center Monday night.