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Rusk County man’s dual jobs call for gavel one day, scissors the next

Rusk County resident Rand Cates wears two hats when it comes to serving his community.

Miranda Lambert, big winner at Country Music Awards

Lindale's Miranda Lambert, was the big winner at Sunday night's Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas

Sister Cities Social set for April 17

A possible new Sister City for Tyler will be discussed at a social on Wednesday, April 17 at 6:00 p.m., at the Tyler Junior College Center for Earth and Space Science Education.

Palestine honors Civil War vets with Memorial Plaza

The John H. Reagan Camp #2156 and the Texas Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans wishes to invite the public to the dedication ceremony of The Confederate Veterans Memorial Plaza on Saturday, April 13.

Distracted Driver Awareness Month with TXDOT

Larry Krantz with TXDOT stops by to talk about Distracted Driver Awareness Month. The goal is to promote safe driving by paying attention to the road. For more information, head over to the TXDOT website.

Stanley Steemer talks Home Allergens

Darren Vossler, manager of Stantley Steemer in East Texas joins us to talk about how to control allergens in your home. For more information or to book an appointment, call 1-800-STEEMER.

Weekly Workout Tip with Reagan Harris

Reagan Harris gives us some great workout tips to start our week off right and try ang that perfect beach body we all want.

Mother's Day: A day for reflection

(StatePoint) Most people spend Mother's Day bestowing flowers, gifts and heartfelt sentiments upon their moms. But for some, knowing how to honor their mother is not so easy.

Make sure you dispose of unused prescription drugs properly

(StatePoint) What do you do with your unused prescription pills and over-the-counter medications? Do you throw them away? Flush them down the toilet? Simply leave them in your cabinet for a rainy day?

East Texas stores ration ammo as shortage affects law enforcement

A nationwide ammunition shortage prompted Gregg County Sheriff Maxey Cerliano to notify deputies in March that they would have to supply their own ammunition for this year’s firearm qualifications — something Cerliano had ne