AUSTIN – Feral hogs are so loathed by landowners in Texas for their habitat destroying behavior that beginning Sept. 1, you won’t even need a hunting license to pursue them on private property.
UT Tyler to Offer Seminar on Government Contracting Sept. 10 in Kilgore Comprehensive training designed for businesses and entrepreneurs
TYLER – The University of Texas at Tyler has announced that an Introduction to Government Contracting seminar will be held Tuesday, Sept. 10, in Kilgore for businesses and entrepreneurs.
AUSTIN – Game wardens will be out in force patrolling the waterways over the Labor Day holiday weekend to help ensure Texans make it back home safely. They’ll also be educating folks about Kali’s
Smith County 114th District Court Administrator Tammy Camp-Miller was recognized Tuesday for 25 years of service to the county. “I cannot tell you how much Tammy means to the 114th District Court
A 55-year-old Canton, Texas man has pleaded guilty to federal drug trafficking violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown and FBI Special Agent in
During the month of February 2018, the Smith County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit and Texas Department of Public Safety initiated an investigation into Kevin Ramon Erwin. During the
On August 19, 2019 at 4:09 p.m. Smith County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to a Suspicious Person call at 12108 IH 20 West near Jim Hogg Rd. The caller advised that a body was
2020 Gala “Pistols and Pearls” scheduled for June 13th The 32ndAnnual Tyler Cattle Barons’ Gala raised $540,596.82 for the American Cancer Society, funds that will go toward cancer research,
Tyler Junior College has named Dr. Deana Sheppard as the College’s new provost and vice president for academic and student affairs. She begins her duties at TJC on Oct. 1. Dr. Sheppard currently
During their monthly luncheon on Aug. 14, the Smith County Peace Officers Association learned they would be receiving more than $44,000 in contributions to renovate their training center.