A Beckville graduate was shot in Alabama by an Opelika Police officer Thursday after the man stopped on the side of the interstate because of a minor traffic accident.
The Office of Workforce and Continuing Education is set to offer a 25-hour Command Spanish® class beginning Tuesday, April 1 until June 3, 2014 from 5:30 until 8 p.m. in the Merle Glass Building on the Panola College Carthage campus. This Command Spanish® course is intended for non-Spanish-speaking supervisors in the workplace who would like to communicate with their Spanish-speaking employees. Upon completion, participants will be able to use Spanish to do some or all of the following: compliment employees; discuss employment issues including hiring and dismissal; discuss time and schedule issues; discuss work rules and regulations; respond to medical emergencies; and address safety issues. Training manual provided. The cost of the class is $175 and preregistration is required. The instructor is Nancy Nunez. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary.
The Country Music Hayride will present a special gospel show hosted by Grateful Life on Saturday, March 15 featuring Ricky Johnson, Ray Johnson, Macy Johnson, Trae Stuart, Gaylon Hudson, Dale Walker, Jeramy Derrick, and Kevin Lake. Guests will include Gracie Johnson and Chase Dawson. Special guests will be the First Baptist Church (Carthage) Youth Band featuring Tony Sheffield, Micah Templeton, Will Stacey, Ahna Stacdey, Sydney Graves, Tanner Robinson, Bailey Bullock, Mckenzie Templeton, Daria Yarborough, and Grace Anddrews. There will be no admission charge for this special show but donations will be accepted. The show will start at 7 p.m. The Country Music Hayride is located in the Esquire Theater, one half block off the square in downtown Carthage Texas.
In the game of football, there is no game without the ball. Players can put on the gear, wear the helmets, and walk in the cleats, but there is no game without the pigskin. Nothing really matters much in football if you don’t have the ball.