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RESTOCKING LAKE LIVINGSTON’S VEGETATION

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Fruits of labor beginning to pay off

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Silkscreen painting demonstrated by local artist

Silkscreen painting demonstrated by…

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Granny Evergreen heads to Branson

Granny Evergreen heads to Branson

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Job fair is success

Job fair is success

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BIG HOUSE Texas visits, leaving love behind

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Monument honors San Jacinto County soldier missing in action

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Job fair is success

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Car, bike show success despite rain

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MEMORIAL DAY 2014 - HONORING THE BRAVE

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Adult education program expanding its reach

28 August, 2014

Adult education program expanding its reach

New hires for the Angelina College Adult Education program pause during training for a photo. The pr...

EPA threats could cause electric bills to soar

28 August, 2014

EPA threats could cause electric bills to soar

To meet the growing demand for electricity in East Texas, Sam Houston Electric Cooperative and the n...

Public records easier to access with new technology

28 August, 2014

Public records easier to access with new technology

San Jacinto County Clerk Angelia Steele works with independent landman Robert Roth on a new system i...

21 August, 2014

No change proposed in county’s tax rate

COLDSPRING — San Jacinto County commissioners voted Monday to leave the tax rate at its current leve...

MARIJUANA ROUND TWO

14 August, 2014

MARIJUANA ROUND TWO

More pot fields seized By Brian Besch, pcenewsroom@gmail.com LIVINGSTON -- A second marijuana...

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Jasper pops Trojans 2 to 1

28 August, 2014

Jasper pops Trojans 2 to 1

By CHARLES BALLARDSan Jacinto News-TimesSports Reporter COLDSPRING — Once again, personal fouls, penalties, un-necessary roughness hampered...

Trojans post 20 points against Livingston

21 August, 2014

Trojans post 20 points against Livi…

By CHARLES BALLARDSan Jacinto News-TimesSports Reporter COLDSPRING — Have you ever gone to a fight and a football game broke out. Well that...

14 August, 2014

Two-a-days in full swing and lookin…

By CHARLES BALLARDSan Jacinto News-TimesSports Reporter COLDSPRING -- The common terminology two-a-days for the UIL 2014 football season is...

Shepherd’s Tyler Kolek picked by Marlins

12 June, 2014

Shepherd’s Tyler Kolek picked by Ma…

Shortly before graduation last Friday Shepherd High School senior Tyler Kolek was selected by the Miami Marlins in the first round, with the...

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