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Booster Monthly Archive

July 2012

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 22 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
News
4450

Woodville woman arrested for family violence

by Emily Waldrep Domestic Violence is not often dinner table conversation in Tyler County, but the reality is that it is not uncommon. Local Law Enforcement wants Tyler County citizens to know that no... read more..

News
4767

West Nile Virus found in Tyler County

by Emily Walrep According to reports from local veterinarians and horse owners, there has been a case of West Nile virus recently detected in Tyler County. Earlier this month Fain and Smathers Veterin... read more..

News
5677

Tip leads law enforcement to 100 acre Marijuana grow

by Emily Waldrep The Tyler County Sheriff's Office, along with the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, DPS Criminal Investigators and Aircraft Section, Texas Rangers, Texas Forestry Service, Homeland ... read more..

News
4037

Ivanhoe fire destroys home

by Emily Waldrep A fire in Ivanhoe on the morning of Friday, July 20 destroyed a couple's home and sent one Ivanhoe firefighter to the hospital. At approximately 9:30a.m a call came in to dispatch rep... read more..

Meetings
3476

Spurger ISD approves 2012-2013 School Goals

by Emily Waldrep Spurger ISD held its monthly board meeting on July 19 at 7 p.m in the administration building to discuss minor items on the consent and regular agenda for the month of July. A majorit... read more..

Meetings
2610

Ivanhoe Council hears complaint on property erosion

by Emily Waldrep Ivanhoe city council held its monthly meeting on Thursday, June 12, 2012 to discuss various agenda items such as the animal shelter, roadwork and the new Ivanhoe entrance. First, the ... read more..

News
4578

New Agrilife Extension Agent in Tyler County

by Dale Freeman, Tyler County EMC A joint announcement was made by Tyler County Judge Jacques Blanchette, Tyler County Commissioner's Court, and Ms. Shelia Lewis, District Extension Administrator, Tex... read more..

Community
3288

Shivers Library awarded $100,000 grant from T.L.L. Temple Foundation

A $100,000 grant has been awarded to Allan Shivers Library for renovation of the main library by T.L.L. Temple Foundation. Library Director Rosemary Mosey-Bunch is shown here with the July 12 letter ... read more..

News
4242

Accident takes Warren Teen's life

by Emily Walrep Family and friends of Ben Mills, the Warren teenager who died Wednesday, are mourning the loss of a friend, classmate and all around great person. Ben was reportedly trying to jump-sta... read more..

Community
3315

"The Drunkard" melodrama on the Emporium Stage

Emporium Stage proudly presents the fun world of melodrama with its latest production of "The Drunkard or The Fallen Saved". This production, with performances scheduled this weekend and the first wee... read more..

Community
5199

Fort Ter’an has rich and interesting history

by Emily Waldrep History by: Jonathan K. Gerland If you've lived in Tyler County for long, you have heard about a place called Fort Terán. Some know it as a long dirt road that is perfect for long, ... read more..

News
3085

Construction begins on Hwy 1746

by Emily Waldrep Construction is officially beginning on Highway 1746 this week and is expected to continue for at least two weeks. The construction has been planned for months now, and TxDot recently... read more..

Community
3717

'Hagan's Hope' Animal Hospital construction begins

People from all over South East Texas are joining together for a great cause this month, as a local dog rescue begins construction on it's new "Hagen's Hope" animal hospital. Sweetpups, a dog rescue ... read more..

News
3428

Two charged with mutiple drug counts

Tyler County Sheriff's Deputy Stephanie Byrum on July 16 responded to calls about a passenger car that was said to be acting in an offensive manner in a public place and discovered a large amount of i... read more..

News
4223

Brookshire’s Assistant Manager, accomplice, charged with felony theft

Woodville Police Sergeant Hicks and Officer Elbert Sheffield were called to Citizens State Bank on July 16 to investigate a theft call that Brookshire Brothers had reported to the bank staff. Accordin... read more..

News
3129

FEMA reimburses local VFDs for 2011 firefighting costs

by Dale Freeman, Tyler County EOC As I sit here listening to the rain on the metal roof of the Emergency Operations Center I contemplate how ironic it is that while it is raining I am trying to figure... read more..

Community
3110

Twenty five students attend PD's Teen Police Academy

Woodville Police Department held it's 4th annual Teen Police Academy last week and students and instructors alike say it was another successful program. A total of 25 students participated in the week... read more..

News
3499

Continuing rains in put Tyler County under Flash Flood warnings

by Emily Waldrep There is no doubt that Tyler County needed the recent rains and cooler weather that the last couple of days have held, but it looks like the next 10 days hold high chances of rain as ... read more..

News
3734

Interfering with emergency calls is illegal

Two reports of citizens interfering with emergency calls led to arrest and jail time this past week. Many people aren't aware that obstructing or preventing an emergency call is highly illegal, and ca... read more..

News
3319

Woodville PD officers file multiple charges after traffic stop leads to chase out of city

by Emily Waldrep An attempted traffic stop on July 3 led to a short chase and numerous charges for a Woodville resident. Sergeant Borel was working traffic on South Magnolia Street when he noticed a s... read more..

Community
3761

Tyler County Graduates net almost $2 million in scholarships

Tyler County schools gave over 1.5 million dollars to local students this past school year, allowing seniors to continue their education on into college. Many of the recipients worked hard and took pa... read more..

News
3612

Four Tyler County VFD's failed to keep proper records

by Emily Waldrep Most county residents understand how important volunteer fire departments are to a large, heavily wooded, rural county. Last year's drought and almost constant fires in Tyler County a... read more..

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