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Juvenile burglars caught 'in act'
Quick response to a burglar alarm by Corsicana Police early Wednesday resulted in the arrest of two juveniles for a break-in at two businesses on West Second Avenue.
Dawson student advancing to regionals
Dawson Students competed at UIL Academic competitions in December and March, and High School student Stephanie Lindsey will be advancing to Regionals in Persuasive Speaking. She took third in the individual competition.
Rice High School band earns fourth sweepstakes win
The Rice High School band has completed their 2013-2014 UIL Competitions and earned the UIL Sweepstakes Award for the fourth consecutive year.
Church News for Friday, April 11, 2014
News and announcements from congregations throughout Navarro County.
UPDATE: Navarro College Cheerleaders in first place after preliminaries
Looking to make it six national titles in a row, the Navarro College Bulldog Cheerleaders are in first place after preliminary competition at the National Cheer Association's National Championships in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Unemployment claims down in Texas
Weekly applications for U.S. unemployment benefits dropped 32,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 300,000. Claims fell to their lowest point since May 2007
Final tribute: A nation mourns for Fort Hood
Three battle crosses, helmet-topped rifles above combat boots, stood in front of the speakers' platform, representing the three soldiers shot and killed: Sgt. Carlos Lazaney-Rodriguez, Sgt. Timothy Owens, Sgt. 1st Class Daniel Ferguson.
Noah Manuere gets life sentence
A Navarro County jury deliberated five minutes to find Noah Manuere guilty Tuesday, but took 35 minutes Wednesday to give him a sentence of life in prison without possibility of parole for continuous sexual assault of a child.
Mildred takes second at UIL district meet
Mildred High School students took second place in the UIL Academic competition at Buffalo High School in late March. The students scored a total of 434 points at the meet, winning a variety of top slots in district. They came in second by only about 20 points.
Derrick Days 1K/5K scheduled for April 19, a week ahead of downtown festivities
In an effort to give runners and walkers the opportunity to participate in the race, and fully enjoy the annual downtown event’s festivities, organizers of the annual Derrick Days Oil Town Minithon have scheduled the race a week ahead of the city’s oil heritage extravaganza. The 5K race and 1K fun run/walk has been scheduled for Saturday, April 19, and will begin at the YMCA.
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