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A Navarro County Friday jury found Pete Jerry Luna guilty of continuous sexual abuse of a child under 14. This was the first jury trial in Navarro County since the courts stopped holding jury trials in 2020 due to COVID restrictions.

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Over two and a half years since former District Attorney R. Lowell Thompson passed away, his memory continues to influence those he touched. Through his work and as a volunteer for numerous charitable events and organizations, Thompson left a lasting legacy in Navarro County.

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The 13th District Court of Navarro County Tuesday sentenced Wesley Allan Bunch to 17 years in prison for aggravated sexual assault, according to District Attorney Will Thompson.

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Five Star General George S. Patton said “It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather, we should thank God that such men lived.” The memories of those who have fallen in defense of freedom around the globe during several Memorial Day observances held throughout Navarro County, Monday.

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Jose Tarango, Jr. was sentenced May 27 to 17 years in prison for possession of more than 100 grams of methamphetamine, according to Navarro County District Attorney Will Thompson.

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The Kerens Veterans Memorial is hosting its annual Memorial Day program starting at 10:45 a.m. Monday, May 31 in downtown Kerens.

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Over the past five years, 124 felony cases have been filed for sexual abuse of children in Navarro County courts. Unfortunately, many more go unreported. If you have any information about a child being abused or neglected please report it to your local police or the Child Abuse hotline at 800-252-5400.

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Navarro County polls closed Tuesday night, ending the March 3 Primary Election. In the local races, Will Thompson was voted in as District Attorney, and Charles Paul as Constable Pct. 2; while Sheriff Elmer Tanner and Eddie Moore, Commissioner Pct. 3, earned re-election.

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The Navarro County Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Navarro County Bar Association, hosted a political forum Thursday night at the Corsicana City Government Center.