Jarvis Christian College is hosting three visiting Fulbright Scholars — each one teaching a foreign language course — for the 2021-22 academic year.
Students begin Summer Bridge 2021Wiley College students recently returned to on-campus classes for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, as incoming freshmen moved in to begin Summer Bridge 2021.
KC music students honoredThe Kilgore College Department of Music and Dance recently recognized student performers and music graduates at the annual Honors Concert held in Van Cliburn Auditorium.
While removing the roots of bushes in a flower bed with his classmates, Bullard High School senior Garrison Nichols learned more about the act of giving without asking for anything in return.
For the past year student participants in Hallsville Independent School District’s Pathways Program have been hard at work at a number of different local businesses, including the Marshall and Hallsville locations of Cajun Tex, owned by Johnny Horne.
The annual Book Blessings project is underway, as organizers work to provide free summer reading books to all Panola County students in kindergarten and first grade.
HALLSVILLE — Hallsville High School Theatre is all about the drama as they advance to the regional UIL One Act Play competition next month after placing first in the recent bi-district matchup.
Trinity School of Texas hosts robotics showcaseTrinity School of Texas hosted a robotics showcase April 1 for its third-grade students. The theme of the showcase was “Taking Trinity to the Future,” according to Mellissa McCreary, TST executive director of Instructional Technology and Student…
PT robotics teams bring home winsSix Pine Tree Middle School sixth grade robotics teams competed in the “For the Love of Robotics VEX IQ” tournament in Rowlett. Thirty-four teams competed.
Musicians earn first-division medals at UIL competitionSpring Hill High School band members recently competed at the UIL Solo and Ensemble competition, earning 63 First Division ratings.
A Carthage High School student artist’s work has once again been selected for the Texas Art Education Association’s Youth Art Month All-State Exhibit.
If teachers and students at T.J. Austin Elementary School are having a ruff day, they’re in luck because the school has found the Ticket to happiness.
HALLSVILLE — Business and industry leaders across East Texas met at Hallsville ISD last week to celebrate February’s National Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month.
Wiley College continued its winning streak this past weekend at the annual National Alumni Council Leadership Conference and Alumni Summit in Charlotte, North Carolina.
East Texas Baptist University’s School of Nursing was recently ranked as the No. 1 BSN program out of the 118 programs evaluated in Texas by the Annual RegisteredNursing.org Registered Nurse (RN) Program State Rankings.