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DPS urges online driver's license renewal
Renewing a Texas driver's license doesn't necessarily mean waiting in long lines or prepping your best photo ID look for the camera. The Department of Public Safety on Tuesday urged residents to renew online and beat the typical summer rush at driver's license offices.
Agency report on West blast to be released
It has been a year since a fire caused a huge explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant that killed 15 people, yet companies in the state can still store hazardous chemicals in flammable wooden containers in buildings without sprinklers and volunteer firefighters like those who rushed into that plant still aren't required to train how to fight such fires.
ALDI gets set for May 1 opening
The much anticipated opening of a new ALDI Grocery store in Corsicana is just two weeks away.
Oil Town Minithon kicks off Derrick Days celebration
The 2014 Oil Town Minithon Saturday raised an estimated $6,000 for local charities as it served to kick off the annual Derrick Days celebration.
Pedestrian struck by train hospitalized
A 60-year-old Corsicana man was taken to Parkland Hospital Monday night after he was struck by a train as he tried to cross a railroad track on foot.
Navarro College trustees review tuition, fee increase plans
The Navarro College Board of Trustees will be considering a proposed increase in tuition and fees when it meets Thursday, one that could help address a revenue shortfall due to lower-than-expected enrollment.
Band busted for 'guitar fraud'
A touring musical band was sentenced in January in federal court for selling fake guitars, some of which may easily have ended up in this area.
Family gathering broken up with arrests
Two women were arrested and charged with assault and family violence April 12 at a home on FM 1578 near Brushie Prairie, according to Sheriff's reports.
Local Beat for 4/22/14
A listing of meetings and events of interest from throughout Navarro County.
Mercury cleanup at Lubbock school cost nearly $900K
LUBBOCK - The cost to clean a Lubbock junior high school where a student took a container of mercury he says he found has reached nearly $900,000.
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