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- SLIDESHOW: Jake's Skate Park in Malakoff celebrates 3rd anniversary Jake's Skate Park in Malakoff celebrated its third anniversary Saturday. Hundreds of skaters, kids and volunteers — many from First Baptist Church of Malakoff — were on hand for the event. The park was constructed by Tom and Estella Lyon and named after their son, Jake, who died in 2003.
County unemployment rate sees dip in April
The Henderson County unemployment rate improved in April from the previous month, according to information released on Friday by the Texas Workforce Commission.
- Justin Jones Eagle Scout Work Day at Kiwanis Park Athens Life Scout Justin Jones spent Friday and Saturday repairing benches and performing other acts of community service at Kiwanis Park. He enlisted the help of a few fellow Scouts and friends in the project on Saturday. Jones is working on the requirements to earn the rank of Eagle Scout.
REGION II, 3A QUARTERFINALS: On the brink
The Athens Hornets find themselves in a 0-1 hole following Friday night's 10-0 loss to Pleasant Grove in the best-of-three regional quarterfinal opener at East Texas Baptist University.
REGION II-3A QUARTERFINAL: AHS-Pleasant Grove site changed
Athens head coach Dallas Robertson has informed the Athens Daily Review that due to unplayable field conditions at Northeast Texas Community College, Game 1 of the regional quarterfinals has been moved.
5/17 Athens Christian Academy holds fund-raising car wash
The sixth-grade Athens Christian Academy students of Angie Pagitt had a little fun in the sun while they got a little work done at the same time on Friday.
New Texas budget offer raises hopes of Friday deal
Following a week of seesaw talks and rising tensions between Republicans and Democrats over allegedly broken deals, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst said he expects the House and Senate to finally agree Friday on a new state budget that would restore $4 billion of public school funding that was cut two years ago.
NJCAA WOMEN'S NATIONAL SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT: A crusher in Utah
The Trinity Valley Community College Lady Cardinals were eliminated from the NJCAA National Softball Tournament by regional rival Paris on Thursday evening.
Weather with a twist
Mother Nature delivered a powerful punch Wednesday evening through a complex of super cell storms that produced tornadoes, large hail and wreaked havoc across North Texas.
NJCAA WOMEN'S NATIONAL SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT: Lady Cards face Paris today
The Trinity Valley Community College Lady Cardinals will square off against Paris Junior College in an elimination bracket game at the 2013 NJCAA National Tournament.
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