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Texas Police Seize a Yard Sign

A Hamilton woman’s homemade political sign was meant to support the #MeToo movement and spur people to vote. But the accompanying visual spurred criticism — and a visit from law enforcement. At some point during Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s testimony last week, Marion Stanford grabbed a piece of wooden paneling, some paint and the $5

Caught Between Light and Shadow

Picture it: 1960’s Leon County Texas.  We were a backwoods sort of Mayberry with our very own Andy Griffith, but our sheriff’s name was Ben Lee and then Buddy Bell.  They were good men and the community trusted them.  Neighbors helped neighbors and the community stood as a whole.  We looked out for one another

No Medicaid Expansion – No Travis Clardy Official Statement from Alec Johnson Democratic Candidate for Texas State House District 11     Turning to consider the specifics of Clardy’s contract with Memorial Hospital, his $120,000 annual retainer – that’s right, $120,000 a year — seems to be a very poor bargain for Nacogdoches County. And

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City of Palestine what are you doing?

by Johnnie Belle Reagan   When will enough be enough?  How can the City Council unleash a contractor with an open checkbook and allow him to continue to go unsupervised in a time when the City is a serious financial crisis? How can every department of the City sustain losses due to the financial cut

Corruption or Missteps, City of Palestine?

By Johnnie Belle Reagan City of Palestine is just like any other county seat in the State of Texas that the IRS and FBI have been investigating the leadership of  Anderson County in the last weeks. What makes Palestine different is the attention that it has been gaining over the past few years.  After starting

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by Jim Phaup  A candidate in the race for Texas State Representative District 113 said that he will file a criminal complaint with the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office against a Dallas County Justice of the Peace. Republican Jim Phaup’s campaign said that in the early hours of the morning hidden cameras caught Dallas County Precinct 2

Harden & Ratliff in Llano

by Marty Kelley Score one for justice, maybe: The out of control police department in Llano, Texas, has been hit with so many indictments for official misconduct that there’s almost nobody left on the force to handle the important work of getting donuts and harassing people who get mouthy to cops. In a rare case

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Letter to the Editor Uproar

So after the recent revelations about lovely Leon County tact is not the better part of valor for those involved. As we said a couple of weeks ago, there are strange things abound. Zach Orndorff, his lovely ex Eden  and their hooligan gang we reported had become a law unto themselves in the area. Able

My Son is Missing

My son went missing on May 2 , 2015 from Houston. The night he did not return home I called the Houston Police Dept. and filed a missing persons case on.  Johnathan went to our local grocery store that day and he bought his dad a bottled Coke and his sister a Starbucks coffee. He

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It takes a film

My mother’s 27-year-old murder case has been reopened. There have never been any arrests in her case, and it has set with the Texas Ranger’s Cold Case division for some time. Murder cases do not necessarily close over time; my mother’s case has been reactivated by local police.     Murder cases today are a