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FUMC packaging meals to feed 10,000 starving people

Dean Libby, associate pastor of First United Methodist Church, has taken a leap of faith and pledged to package more than 10,000 meals to help starving people around the world. Libby is calling out to the community to help FUMC aid the Stop Hunger Now initiative through donations and volunteering. 


Saltillo FCCLA earn 12 gold, 2 silver medals at state

Saltillo High School Family, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America chapter members came home from the Texas State FCCLA Leadership Conference with 14 medals —12 gold and two silver — in family and consumer science assessments.


Head Start program considers expansion

 Sulphur Springs Independent School District trustees agreed to consider letting Head Start officials apply for a grant to expand the existing Head Start program in the district, but nixed a request to try for a grant to expand the program into Rains and Franklin counties.


World War II from Europe to India

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Charles Edward King 

American Aircrafts roared overhead as earth shattering bombs exploded across the Siegfried Line as Charles Edward King lay in a trench. When a pathway was cleared, King and his men had one job, infiltrate Nazi Germany. 


Tiny homes arrive in East Texas

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Owning a tiny home is one of the hottest new trends with several television shows, online communities and new companies focusing  on building the custom houses. Considered to be huge cost saver, energy efficient and adorable, some local East Texas homeowners are already jumping at the investment.

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