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A wonderfully blessed woman, Rafaela Guerrero Martinez, stopped by the Corsicana Daily Sun to show her family’s love and gratitude towards the community in a time otherwise plagued by uncertainty and change.

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The year 2020 wasn't all bad. In the midst of a global pandemic, social unrest and natural disasters, business still boomed in Corsicana and Navarro County. Below is a list of economic development highlights for 2020.

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Ron Maxfield has done it again. On Monday, Dec. 14, he delivered his newest addition to the miniature historic building collection housed in the atrium of the Navarro County Courthouse.

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After a walkthrough last week of the repairs being done to the Parker County Jail, commissioners heard an update from County Building and Maintenance Supervisor Kevin Holloway on some items that the roofing company will need to come back and repair.

It was a sunny and clear November day in LaFollette, Tennessee, with temperatures in the high 50s. My husband, Houston, and I said our vows before a small congregation in the First Baptist Church, before leaving for a week-long honeymoon.

That old saying…”opposites attract” sure doesn’t seem to fit in our current society does it? America seems to be more judgmental and fractured than any time I can remember. We also seem to all want to place blame on one group or even one person for this divisive atmosphere we live in.

I grew up camping with my family. In the summer, we pitched a tent beside the lake and in the fall, during deer season, we stayed in my grandparents’ camper.


Navarro County marked Veterans Day with an early morning parade and visits to the Corsicana State Home's new Veterans Memorial. Navarro College will host a candlelight vigil this evening and CAF Coyote Squadron has planned a special event for Saturday.