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The TWC Still Waiting For Federal Clarification On Unemployment Benefits

  The Texas Workforce Commission is still waiting for guidance from the U.S. Department of Labor before making changes to unemployment benefits. President Trump’s executive order extends enhanced benefits by 300-hundred dollars, but the TWC and other unemployment agencies across the country have not updated their systems as they wait ...

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A&M Scientists Upset With State Health Department

  Texas A&M epidemiologists say they are frustrated with the state health department’s dropping the ball on testing and reporting of coronavirus cases. Their analysis revealed myriad flaws and contradictions in the state’s test data collection system. Most counties are in fact, increasing their testing. But there are more than ...

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Fannin County Man Sentenced For Crash That Killed 3, Injured 2

  Twenty-one-year-old Keagan Cannaday of Ector has pleaded guilty to intoxication manslaughter with a vehicle and has been sentenced in Fannin County to 20 years in prison. He was accused of driving drunk when he crashed  on Hwy 11 into a Sulphur Springs family of five – killing the mother, ...

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Couple Arrested After Baby Found Dead in Tar Bucket

Collin County Sheriff’s investigators have arrested Roland and Donna Grabowski of Princeton in connection with the disappearance of their 3-week-old child.  Authorities have confirmed that the baby was found in a five gallon bucket of tar. At this time, the couple faces multiple felonies including tampering with or fabricating physical ...

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Poor Census Response in Titus County

  Titus County Judge Brian Lee says 2020 Census participation in the county is POOR at only 54%. He stressed that Northeast Texas needs your census data to help get the funding the area deserves. For more census information call 844-330-2020. They have representatives fluent in 13 languages.

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Enroll For USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program
Jun 9 – Aug 28 all-day

Our nation has faced unprecedented challenges due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and the agriculture industry is no exception. USDA Farm Service Agency, reminding farmers and ranchers that FSA is now accepting applications for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program. This program provides vital financial assistance to producers to offset impacts off COVID-19.

Specific crops and livestock, along with wool and dairy, are eligible for CFAP. Our website, farmers.gov/cfap, is your one-stop-shop for available commodities, payment rates, eligibility criteria, and application forms. You’ll also find a payment calculator that assists you with completing your application.

We accept applications for CFAP through Aug. 28, and if you have CFAP questions, customers can call the CFAP call center at 887-508-8364, or by contacting your local FSA county office. In Lamar County, it is at 201 N. Collegiate Dr., Ste. 500, Paris.

Bogata Farmer’s Market
Aug 13 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

From farm to table, presenting the Bogata Farmer’s Market. Locally grown, locally made, locally crafted. Thursday (Aug 13), Friday (Sep 4), and Thursday (Sep 24), from 4:00 pm until 8:00 pm at the Four-Way, US 271 at 37.

Titus County Republican Fund Raisers For President Trump Re-Election Campaign
Aug 21 – Aug 22 all-day
Hughes Springs Blood Drive
Aug 22 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Because of low blood supply, there is a blood drive Saturday, August 22, from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm at Hughes Spring Masonic Lodge, 406 County Rd 1577, Hughes Springs.

They test all donations for the COVID-19 antibody to identify potential convalescent plasma donors for patients fighting the COVID-19 illness. This test will show if you have had COVID-19 in the past, not that you currently have the virus. We DO NOT use a nose swab. We draw a small tube of blood during the donation process. We send the results to your email address within two weeks of donating blood.

Mountain Bike Race
Sep 4 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

TMBRA Barber Hills Hard Labor Mountain Bike Race is coming up Friday (Sep 4) at the Barber Hills Bike Trail at Pay Mayse Lake. The Kids Kup Event will be Saturday. Signups will start at noon, and the clinic and race will be at 2:00 pm. You must be 12 or under to participate, and masks will be required.

Bogata Farmer’s Market
Sep 4 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

From farm to table, presenting the Bogata Farmer’s Market. Locally grown, locally made, locally crafted. Thursday (Aug 13), Friday (Sep 4), and Thursday (Sep 24), from 4:00 pm until 8:00 pm at the Four-Way, US 271 at 37.

Islam And Christianity Rescheduled
Sep 11 @ 7:00 pm – Sep 20 @ 10:00 pm

Reschedule Notice! Please take note of the updated dates below.

The headlines are unmistakable. Our world is on the precipice of extraordinary cataclysmic change. The conflict between two great world religions—Islam and Christianity—is fast approaching a devastating climax that will shake the whole world.

Make plans now to attend the free Islam and Christianity in Bible prophecy seminar September 11 – 20, 7:00 pm at the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 302 Lakewood Dr., Mount Pleasant, and learn how to face the future with confidence.

After a decade of careful study, speaker Tim Roosenberg unveils a study of Bible prophecy that demonstrates that God’s Word is not silent in these last days. His seminar will point out the good and bad of both Christianity and Islam. He will be honest and direct but also respectful of different faith groups. People of any or no faith are welcome.

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Don’t miss the free Islam and Christianity in Bible Prophecy Seminar, September 11 – 20, 7:00 pm at the Seventh-day Adventist Church, 302 Lakewood Dr., Mount Pleasant, Texas.

Please share this invite with family and friends you think might be interested.

Note: At this time, we do not plan to cancel this event due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns. We are praying that everything will be ok to host our event due to this rescheduling. Please watch our website and Facebook page for updates.