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House votes to extend moratorium on Internet access taxes
WASHINGTON — The House voted Tuesday to make permanent a moratorium that prevents state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet.
More State Home jobs lost; three positions to remain
Last week, 17 of the last 20 employees of the Corsicana Residential Treatment Center got letters telling them their positions were being cut as of July 31.
City approves water park agreement; targeting Memorial Day 2015 opening
The City of Corsicana now owns a 5 percent stake in the Corsicana Water and Adventure Park, now slated to start construction next month. The attraction is set to open Memorial Day weekend in 2015.
County appoints Russell as fill-in JP
Corsicana Municipal Judge Mike Russell will be serving a dual-role for the next few months.
The city magistrate will also act as the temporary Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace for Navarro County, replacing Kirby Hill, who resigned from the post on July 1.
College police schedule active shooter training
If you observe a large police presence on the Corsicana campus of Navarro College on Wednesday, there is no cause for alarm.
CNHI: Michigan ex-prosecutor arrested in murder-for-hire plot
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — A former Michigan prosecutor was charged Monday with soliciting a hitman to murder the attorney who represented a business partner in a contentious fraud and malpractice lawsuit over the ownership of a golf course.
Local Beat 7/15/14
A listing of meetings and events of interest from throughout Navarro County.
Swiss Lindt buys US candy maker Russell Stover
GENEVA — Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli says it is buying U.S. manufacturer Russell Stover Candies, Inc., for an undisclosed sum.
CNHI: Struck by rock thrown from overpass, Pa. mom fights for life
DANVILLE, Pa. — A 52-year-old Uniontown, Ohio, mother of four fought for her life in a hospital here Monday as a result of a rock thrown from a highway overpass that shattered the windshield of the family car during a trip to New York City.
Texas election map trial goes to federal court
SAN ANTONIO — A federal trial over Texas election maps is giving the Obama administration a chance to argue that the Voting Rights Act should still apply to the state — despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling weakening it.
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