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January 2013

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 32 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

Lady Dogs fighting for playoff spot

  by Chance Bailey The Colmesneil Lady Dogs basketball team went 1-1 last week after beating Hull-Daisetta and losing to Evadale to give them a 3-4 district record with just three games left in t read more..


Spurger Pirates win difficult game

by Emily Waldrep The Spurger Pirates boys basketball team continue to fight for a spot in district, and proved that they have what it takes to be a district play-offs contender when they defeated the ... read more..


Ladyjackets hoop it up

by Wendy Whitworth The Chester Ladyjackets added two more wins to their resume. They are now 8-1 in district play and still tied with Leggett for first place. Tuesday, January 22, they took on the Pr read more..


Cayla White signs with Trinity Valley

  Woodville High School senior Cayla White signed a national letter of intent recently to play softball for Trinity Valley College in Athens. A three-time First Team All-District player, Cayla p read more..


Lady Eagles pick up big wins

by Jason Drake The Woodville Lady Eagles racked up two big district wins last week to make their playoff run. Tuesday, the Lady Eagles crushed Kountze 56-40. Woodville outscored the Lady Lions 33-14 i... read more..


Tyler County Jail Bookings

Jail Bookings From January 21 – January 28, 2013 • James Daniel Ard, 43, Buna, TDC commitment (driving while intoxicated 3rd or more) • Donna Gore Bell, 51, Spurger, manufacturing / delivery controlle... read more..


Victims camera helps solve Tyler County crimes

by Emily Waldrep Several Tyler County burglaries have been solved after a citizen caught a thief on camera stealing items from his home.According to Bryan Weatherford of the Tyler County Sheriff's Dep... read more..


Chester Board hears audit presentation

The Chester School Board held their regular monthly meeting on January 21 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting began with the presentation of the 2011-2012 Financial Audit by Mr. Preston Singleton. After the pres... read more..


Three month drug investigation arrest, more to come

by Emily Waldrep A three-month long investigation by Woodville Police Department has led to the arrest of one Tyler County drug dealer. Captain Mike McCulley reports that more arrests should be expect... read more..


Spurger, Warren school boards consider security, arming personal

by Emily Waldrep After the heartbreaking shooting that took the lives of 20 kindergarten students in Newtown, Connecticut, several local schools are beginning to take a look at their school security p... read more..


Veteran Van driver volunteers honered

Woodville - Volunteer drivers have put in thousands of hours over the last few years transporting veterans to Houston. While there is a van available for the long drive, someone has to drive that van.... read more..


Woodville offered Texas Capital Fund grant

The City of Woodville announced today that the City has applied for a Capital Fund grant from the Texas Department of Agriculture and was recently offered $600,000. The grant includes funds to assist ... read more..


ACTHA hosting obstacle competitions

by Emily Waldrep Western Weekend is a big event in Tyler County, and people come from all over to spend a day riding horses and having fun with friends. But, Western Weekend only comes around once read more..


Two arrested in armed robbery of Woodville home

by Emily Waldrep Two Port Author men were arrested after entering a Tyler County home, holding the residents at gunpoint, and stealing a large sum of money. According to the Tyler County Sheriff's Dep... read more..


Chester residents find artificial hip parts while digging in yard

by Emily Waldrep Tyler County Sheriff's Office and Woodville Police Department along with Constable Fuller (Precinct 2), TDCJ, the Texas Rangers and the FBI investigated a call from a Chester resident... read more..


Tyler County celebrates Martin Luther King Day

"Darkness Cannot Drive Out Darkness, Only Light Can Do That..."—The annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. day celebration was held in Woodville Monday, January 21. A parade through town was followed by a read more..


Three charged with theft from Walmart, drug possession

by Emily Waldrep Three Tyler County residents were arrested and charged with Engaging in Organized criminal activity, along with other narcotics and theft charges, after they were found stealing vari... read more..


Silsbee man arrested for assault of family member

by Emily Waldrep A Silsbee man was arrested on January 9 in Fred after Tyler County Sheriff's deputies received a call from his girlfriend who claimed that he had assaulted her. Larry Crain, age 47, o... read more..


Dennis gets eight years for wire, firearms theft

by Emily Waldrep Granville Owen Dennis Jr. will be serving 8 years in a state jail after he pled guilty to three counts of theft of wire or cable and one count of theft of a firearm. Dennis pled guilt... read more..


Sheriff's Report...

by Tyler County Sheriff Bryan Weatherford Having had a few weeks to settle into my new position as your Sheriff, I would like to take this opportunity to share with you my vision for this term. I coun... read more..


Commissioners complete 2012 business with several meetings

by Tina S. Richards Tyler County's Commissioners Court found it necessary to convene several times during the month of December to officially end 2012. Included in the Court's agendas were appointment... read more..


Booster 'Best Rack' Contest winners named

                  Looks like the youngsters were out in force deer hunting this year, with both first and second place winners in the annual Tyl read more..


David Davis to provide enhanced law enforcement to Ivanhoe

by Emily Waldrep The City of Ivanhoe will have a new law enforcement officer serving as extra protection for its citizens this year. On January 10, council members introduced David C. Davis, the new read more..


Ivanhoe Council postpones City Marshall indefinately

by Emily Waldrep Ivanhoe held its monthly city council meeting on January 10 and discussed trip reimbursements for city business, turning over the animal control program, the new security officer and ... read more..


Corrected: Woodville Council approves 60 foot tall, double wide sign for new business

Correction: 1-17-2013 It was orginally reported that a Shell Conveience Mart and Wendy's Restaurant was coming to Woodville. In fact the restaurant that is coming is a What-A-Burger. by Tina S. Richa... read more..


New year brings new staff to TylerCounty Sheriff's Department

  by Stefani Byron-Wade With the new year has come some changes for Tyler County Sheriffs Office. Within a few minutes after the stroke of mid-night, while most county residents were shooting read more..


Colmesneil residents arrested on drug charges

by Emily Waldrep A call to the Tyler County Sheriff's Department claiming that a woman was being held against her will at gunpoint led to the arrest of two Colmesneil residents on January 4. A family ... read more..


Preparation underway for MLK, Jr. Parade

by Mayme Canda Brown It has been a joy and pleasure to bring to you the Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade and program. This twelfth event is scheduled for January 21, 2013 at 10 a.m., beginni... read more..


Woodville man arrested on various charges after fleeing from Officer

by Emily Waldrep A Woodville man was arrested and charged with evading arrest or detention and injury to a child causing bodily injury after fleeing from a Woodville Police officer on New Years day. O... read more..


Dollar General shoplifter arrested after chase

by Emily Waldrep A shoplifter was arrested on Sunday, January 6w after stealing several items from Dollar General in Woodville and leading police on a short chase through town. Officer Zachary of the ... read more..

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