The 100 Club of Navarro County named its officer of the year, honored its former president and hosted a hot dog appreciation lunch Friday on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Main Street in Corsicana for local law enforcement officers.
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The Blooming Grove Police Department and local law enforcement are asking for the public's help to locate Richard Joseph "Joey" Enderle, 15, who was last seen in Frost Aug. 5. His family is now offering a $2,000 reward for information.
Corsicana Middle School administration and law enforcement are investigating a “copycat” graffiti threat found on a restroom wall at CMS that references tomorrow’s date.
Frost Independent School District released a statement Wednesday morning that school law enforcement and administration received notification of a threatening message written in the high school boy’s restroom.
The 100 Club of Navarro County donated more than $47,000 in proceeds from its annual “We’ve Got Your Back” fundraiser to a dozen local law enforcement agencies Friday at the Navarro County Courthouse.
A house fire Sunday evening on West Highway 22 displaced two women and left three dogs dead. Multiple Volunteer Fire Departments, Corsicana Fire Rescue, Corsicana Police, Navarro County Sheriff’s Office and Texas DPS responded to the structure fire around 7:30 p.m. just inside the Corsicana city limits.
Beloved Corsicana Police and D.A.R.E officer James Hudson passed away this week. Many of his students from the '80s and '90s still have fond memories of Hudson's demeanor and sense of humor. He wasn't the first D.A.R.E. officer in town but he was the last, and his influence still shows through the lives of his grown-up kids today.