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Cyclists, including some with homemade signs and balloons fixed to their respective bikes, rode through the streets of Wills Point during the parade.
Friday, June 26, 2015
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By David KapitanStaff Writer Mother Nature has wreaked havoc with plenty of events throughout much of 2015 with rain, cold and everything in between but she gave attendees of this year’s local... + continue reading
Friday, June 19, 2015
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By David KapitanStaff Writer The Wills Point ISD Board of Trustees will take on a different look moving into the summer months.Bryan Southard, a member of the Wills Point ISD Board of Trustees... + continue reading
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Kelly Stapp Millsap weighs in the first-place winner Saturday in the women’s division. Tawakoni’s First Lady of Noodling won with a 56.4-pound catfish.
Thursday, June 18, 2015
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By Larry BriscoeCorrespondent Huge crowds attended the 2015 version of TNT Tawakoni Noodling Tournament Friday and Saturday.Almost double the number of fishermen entered this year's tournament... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
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AUSTIN – June 2, Gov. Greg Abbott hosted a ceremonial bill signing on the heliport at the Dallas Convention Center where he discussed the investments in transportation infrastructure made this... + continue reading
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
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By David KapitanStaff Writer The Wills Point City Council powered through its June agenda Tuesday, June 9, tackling several annual housekeeping items and greenlighting the next steps of several... + continue reading
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Cyclists, including some with homemade signs and balloons fixed to their respective bikes, rode through the streets of Wills Point during the parade.
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Kelly Stapp Millsap weighs in the first-place winner Saturday in the women’s division. Tawakoni’s First Lady of Noodling won with a 56.4-pound catfish.

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The Wills Point Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for BB Nails on June 19. Attendees for the special ceremony included Chamber Director Royce Pollard, Wills Point Chamber President Jennifer Ross, nail tech Linhda Clark, owner Loan Nguyen, councilman Mike Jones, owner Li Li Nguyen, Chamber Director Byron Wright and Chamber Director Tina... + continue reading
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Members of the Jesse Miller Foster Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy conducted a special memorial service and marker dedication for all Confederate veterans buried at High Cemetery June 13.The ceremony took place during the regular High Cemetery Association Memorial Day event.Chapter members taking part in the dedication were... + continue reading

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Maverick Cunigan shakes hands with Superintendent Suzanne Blasingame as WPHS Principal Jim Lamb looks on.
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By David KapitanStaff Writer The 168-member Wills Point High School Class of 2015 earned its title as graduates on June 6, officially making the transition from local students to district alumni in commencement exercises held at Sunnyvale Baptist Church.The senior class, led by Valedictorian Ben Webb and Salutatorian Stephen Magee, filed into... + continue reading
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A nine car pile up caused one fatality and injured others Monday afternoon June 1.
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By Donnita FisherManaging EditorA fatality accident brought traffic on eastbound Interstate 20 to a standstill Monday afternoon, June 1, near the Myrtle Springs Cemetery Road exit two miles east of Canton.According to Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Jean Dark, the accident occurred about 2:30 p.m. when an 18-wheeler traveling in right... + continue reading
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Over 200 people, including 184 that signed in and dozens of others, gathered at the Wills Point administration building on May 28 to show their support for high school Principal Jim Lamb.
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By David KapitanStaff WriterA contingent of more than 200 people flooded in and around the Wills Point ISD Administration Building May 28, showing their support for WPHS Principal Jim Lamb.Lamb was placed on was placed on administrative leave by the district at the end of the school day May 22.Rumors and speculation about the reasoning behind the... + continue reading

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Carlye Lide, a 2013 graduate of Wills Point High School, ended her sophomore year at Austin College earning several honors. As well as being named to the Dean’s List again for the 2014 Fall semester... + continue reading
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Wills Point Tiger sophomore Caden Bennett was selected as the District 14-4A Newcomer of the Year in a vote of district coaches. Bennett was a member of a Tiger team that qualified for this year’s playoffs after finishing third overall in District 14-4A play.
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When the tornado hit Van on Sunday, May 10, one family I know crowded eight people into the bathroom of their home until the tornado passed over their home. Why the bathroom?The way their home was... + continue reading

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The Wills Point Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for BB Nails on June 19. Attendees for the special ceremony included Chamber Director Royce Pollard, Wills Point Chamber President Jennifer... + continue reading
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During the High Cemetery Memorial Day June 13, members of the Jesse Miller Foster Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy held a special memorial and dedication for all Confederate veterans buried at High Cemetery. The members taking part were, from left, Betty Wilson, Carrie Woolverton, Sherrie Archer, Lou Ann Everett, Benja Mize, Donna Carter, Sylvia Sims, Cynthia Harman, Linda Dean, Sylvia Barbee, Sibyl Creasey and Sandra Jones, seated.
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