In anticipation of the new year, we here at the Wills Point Chronicle requested that the leaders of Emergency Services District #4 reflect on their accomplishments in 2018, while also
Cyber criminals don’t take time off to celebrate the holidays. In fact, it is a favorite time of year for scammers to strike, as many are ramping up their end
With the year winding down, we here at the Wills Point Chronicle decided to look back at some of the biggest and most talked about local and area stories featured
The Wills Point Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Civic Awards Banquet March 27, recognizing the work put in by local individuals, groups and businesses that make a difference in
Mother Nature left its mark on another community event last week, splitting apart local Christmas celebrations that were all originally slated to take place Dec. 8 in the downtown area.
The Deen Building at Russell Memorial United Methodist Church was filled with donated pieces of clothing, food and toys Dec. 7.
The Wills Point Tiger Band program continued to generate good news and positive momentum into the Christmas break last week, announcing that 16 students from the high school had been selected to the Region 3 ATSSB All-Region Band.
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