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State Leaders To Discuss Vote On Water Rights

    DURANT – An item Oklahomans will decide on the Nov. 8 ballot will set the direction for one of Oklahoma’s most valuable natural resources – water. Oklahomans for Responsible Water Policy is providing an opportunity for voters to educate themselves before going into the voting booth on the ...

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TEA Commissioner To Visit MPISD

  Texas Education Agency (TEA) Commissioner Mike Morath will visit Mt. Pleasant Independent School District on Tuesday, November 1 to discover the methodology the district has used to make the rapid academic progress it has achieved over the past three years. Morath will meet with District and campus administrators and ...

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Limo And Lunch For T. G. Givens Students

      Students from T. G. Givens Early Childhood Center who sold at least ten items during the PTO fundraiser were recently treated to a limo ride to Wade Park for lunch and play time. Photographed (from top to bottom and left to right) are Will Foreman, Gunner Myers, ...

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Justiss celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month

  Justiss Elementary School celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with music and dance program by the students in the Justiss bilingual classes. Photographed (from top to bottom) Ana Robertson’s and Kari Ann Cannon’s 2nd grade classes performing to La Bicicieta and dance the por Carlos Vives y Shakira; Josefina Peralta’s and ...

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Mail In Ballot Deadline

    Texas Secretary of State Carlos Cascos is reminding Texans that Friday (Oct 28) is the deadline for the ballot by mail applications to be received by county early voting clerks. Additional details, including how to apply for a ballot by mail and what to do if you have ...

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Some Texas Voters Have ID Problems

    Tuesday, October 25, 2016 Contact: Zenén Jaimes Pérez, Communications Director Phone: 512.914.5905 Email: zenen@texascivilrightsproject.org Contact: Stacie Burgess, Communications Director, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Phone: 202.271.0820 Email: sburgess@lawyerscommittee.org RELEASE: Early Texas voters see problems with photo ID, intimidation Election Protection organizations call on Secretary of State ...

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Cross-Town Food Drive

    The superintendents of Paris ISD and North Lamar ISD, Paul Jones, and John McCullough have once again joined forces in a competitive food drive. Last year’s final tally was Paris 19,300, North Lamar 15,727, which generated over 875 food boxes for the Kiwanis Club to distribute in Lamar ...

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Grant Funding For Fire Trucks

    Grant funding to purchase three fire trucks for TIFMAS approved COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Three Texas fire departments were selected to receive more than $700,000 in grants from Texas A&M Forest Service through the Texas Intrastate Fire Mutual System on Oct. 19. This grant funding is enough to ...

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LeTourneau University

    A late-season battle between two conference opponents went for the Tornadoes on Saturday night as Concordia University Texas earned a 3-0 victory over the YellowJackets. After a first half that yielded no goals for either side, CTX was able to score from outside the box in the 58th ...

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ASC Cross Country

    RICHARDSON, Texas – The 2016 American Southwest Conference Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships are set to run Saturday (Oct. 29) in Austin, Texas on the Balcones-Spicewood Cross Country Course hosted by Concordia University Texas. The UT Tyler men’s team has won 10 of the last 11 ASC ...

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