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Most everyone wants flowers in their landscape, whether to bring inside to enjoy the sweet perfume, to attract butterflies, or for brilliant color. But there are certain times of the year that foliage can be the star. One of those times is in winter; the other is during the hottest days of summer.

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According to employees Monday morning, business will continue as usual at the Dollar Tree in Athens after a vehicle went through the front of …

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From now through Aug. 26, help Express Employment Professionals fill up hundreds of blue bags with non-perishable food items that will help the Henderson County Food Pantry in the middle of its peak season.

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The Confederate Rose Chapter 2548, United Daughters of the Confederacy, hosted a Scholarship Reception for the 2022-2023 recipient of their Chapter’s Educational Scholarship.

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The First United Methodist Church of Malakoff celebrated their 170 year anniversary July 31. Special guest and Malakoff native, Rev. Dr. Jim Bankston, spoke and the Marvin UMC Choir was on hand to lend their talents. Guests enjoyed a service and special lunch that followed.

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UT Health East Texas is offering a free, virtual seminar at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 18. The seminar will feature a presentation on the Importance of Preventive Medicine with Christian Ferrer, MD, board-certified family medicine physician at UT Health East Texas Physicians in Quitman.

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Eldress Mary Henderson is now “forever in His service” after Henderson County lost a beloved member of its community Aug. 4.

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The Texas Health and Human Services Commission is providing more than $305.5 million in emergency Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program food benefits for August. The allotments are expected to help about 1.5 million Texas households.

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Many Murchison residents have been filing complaints with the Public Utilities Commission after water monthly meter service rates increased three to 10 times on Aug. 1.

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Dancing since the young age of three, Athens teen Lexi Akin has had the drive and determination to become a World Famous Radio City Rockette one day. This spring Akin was one of only three senior leveled dancers chosen at a national dance competition in Fort Worth to attend a week-long workshop in New York to be one step closer to her goal.