Terrell legend, E.P. Shaw, passes away

Terrell Tribune (News) 6/26 5:57A By Travis Detherage
E.P. Shaw, a Terrell icon, educator, World War II veteran and a true public servant, passed away on Tuesday at age 95.

Pastor Pete's Pondering: What makes marriage work?

Terrell Tribune (Opinion) 6/20 9:14A By Pastor Pete McNabb First Unit
Editor’s note: Pastor Pete McNabb has been Senior Pastor of First United Methodist Church of Terrell since being appointed by North Texas Conference Bishop Mike McKee on July 1, 2017.

Lance Gooden: Democrats are at it again

Terrell Tribune (Opinion) 6/20 9:11A
Over the next few weeks, Congress will focus its attention toward appropriations for the next fiscal year. The appropriations process is a D.C. term for “spending money we don’t have”. This week we’re voting on nearly $1 trillion in discretionary…

Capital Highlights: Governor signs disaster-related legislation

Terrell Tribune (Opinion) 6/20 7:17A By Ed Sterling
AUSTIN — Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, House Speaker Dennis Bonnen, R-Angleton, and 23 House and Senate members joined Gov. Greg Abbott in Houston on June 13 as he signed four disaster preparedness and relief bills into law.

Terrell officer graduates from FBI program

Kaufman Herald (Opinion) 6/19 7:00P Andrew Burnes
Terrell Police Department Administrative Captain and Public Information Officer Arley D. Sansom graduated from the FBI's National Academy Program at Guantico, Virginia, an elite training program for police officers and military personnel, earlier...

Thrillvania Haunted House Park Attraction (Terrell) 6/19 7:00P
Attractions: The World Famous Verdun Manor: Legend has it that Verdun Manor is haunted. And you know what they say .. a house

Local residents celebrate Juneteenth

Terrell Tribune (News) 6/19 11:31A KENDALL LYONS
This year marks the third year that residents in and around the Breezy Hill Park in south Terrell gathered together to celebrate Juneteenth, an American holiday that celebrates the abolition of slavery in Texas on June 19, 1865.

Citywide Back-to-School Fair to be held Aug. 15

Terrell Tribune (News) 6/19 7:24A By Travis Detherage
The Terrell Independent School District announced on Tuesday that its fifth annual Citywide Back-to-School Fair will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 15 at the ExCEL building located at 1252 Colquitt Road in Terrell.
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