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TPWD Stocking Tagged Fish For Prizes

TPWD Stocking Tagged Fish in San Gabriel River for Prize Giveaway AUSTIN – In 2010, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and partners established an ambitious ten-year conservation goal to restore and conserve ten self-sustaining populations of the official state fish, Guadalupe bass, in creeks and rivers of Central ...

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Paris Police Report For Thursday (Mar 21)

Charles Wayne Canida Paris Police arrested Charles Wayne Canida, 59, of Powderly, Wednesday afternoon at 3:16 at the Paris District Parole Office on a Parole violation warrant. They placed Canida in the Lamar County Jail. Megan Layton Streety Paris Police Investigators executed a search warrant on a residence in the ...

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TAMUT – Sports

  A&M-Texarkana’s Barrett Named Character Athlete of the Week TEXARKANA, Texas – As part of the RRAC’s commitment to the NAIA Champions of Character program, the conference recognizes student-athletes from member schools that have exhibited a high level of scholarship, sportsmanship, integrity, responsibility and community service. One student-athlete is selected ...

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Changes To Freshwater Fishing

  TPW Commission Approves Changes to Freshwater Fishing Regulations for 2019-20 AUSTIN – On March 20, The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission adopted a suite of changes to this year’s freshwater fishing regulations that includes modifications to the length limits and harvest regulations for largemouth bass, Alabama bass and alligator ...

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TPW Awards $16.2-Million To Local Parks

  Texas Parks & Wildlife Commission Awards $16.2-Million in Local Park Grants to Texas Communities AUSTIN— The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved just over $16-million in competitive local park grants to help fund projects that will create and enhance outdoor recreational opportunities like nature trails, native gardens, playgrounds, splash ...

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Common Salvinia Discovered

  Common Salvinia Discovered at Kurth Reservoir. AUSTIN – The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) confirmed the presence of common salvinia at Kurth Reservoir near Lufkin after being notified of the presence of the invasive plant by a City of Lufkin employee March 18. After surveying the reservoir March ...

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Choctaw Nation Accepting Applications

Choctaw Nation is accepting princess applications. DURANT, Okla. – Applications are now being accepted for participants in the 2019-2020Choctaw Nation district princess pageants. Each of the 12 districts of the Choctaw Nation will hold the competition to choose three princesses: Senior Miss Choctaw Nation, Junior Miss, and Little Miss for ...

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Call Before You Dig

  Digging and operating heavy equipment on farms and ranches across the country can cause damage to underground pipelines and utility lines. Pipeline strikes can cause serious injury, including burns, asphyxiation, electrocution, and even death. POAS is offering farmers and ranchers a variety of free resources to help keep them ...

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MPISD – News

(L to R) Savannah Mack, Rian Richie, Lexie Humber MPHS Theatre presents One Act Play The Mount Pleasant High School Theatre department competed in the UIL One Act Play competition at Sulphur Springs High School on March 5, 2019. This year’s production was “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Luella E. McMahon, ...

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6A Soccer Playoffs

  Mt Pleasant is hosting a Girls playoff soccer game Thursday (Mar 28) between Texas High and Hallsville beginning at 6:00 pm. Mt Pleasant’s girls vs. Whitehouse at Lobo Stadium Thursday (Mar 28) at 7:00 pm in Bi-district. Mt Pleasant’s guys’ vs. Pine Tree in Bi-district – TBA   AD ...

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