David Willard has officially stepped into the role as Marshall’s interim city manager, working to keep the city moving while councilmembers work to secure a permanent candidate for the position.
The Marshall City Council has passed a vacant property registration ordinance that city staff members have been working on for months.
Members of the Trinity Episcopal Church outreach committee donated a new ice machine last week to the George Washington Carver Community Center, located at 2302 Holland St. in Marshall.
Mattie Brown, a 94-year-old member of St. John’s Divine Baptist Church of Kildare, has spent her free time sewing lap quilts for the last six years. Brown has successfully created over 500 quilts, all of which have been donated to nursing homes in the East Texas area.
MARSHALL — Marshall councilmembers have officially hired former Longview City Manager David Willard as the city’s interim city manager.
Tucked into the beautiful natural landscape of Caddo Lake, near the town of Uncertain, sits a dilapidated structure known as Dick and Charlie’s Tea Room. While the true history of this shack is known by only a few, the mystery and legend surrounding it captivates both local and national communities to this day.
Santa came to Marshall early this year with the grand opening of the Christmas-themed amusement site Piney Park.
Marshall City Manager Mark Rohr has announced that he will be leaving effective Jan. 14.
The city of Marshall has welcomed a new director of tourism and cultural arts.