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County changes speed on 4 roads
Speed limits along four Cherokee County roads were set to 35 miles per hour following a public hearing Monday at the County Courthouse. Commissioners voted to lower the speed per request of residents living along CR 4910, CR 4911, CR 4912 and CR 4918, despite the fact that no one showed up for the public hearing, said County Judge Chris Davis.
July 25 2014
Speed limits on 4 roads on county’s agenda
A public hearing on setting speed limits to 35 miles per hour along four county roads will be held during a 10 a.m. Cherokee County Commissioners Court meeting Monday.
July 25 2014
County commissioners approve salary study
Members of the Johnson County Commissioners Court approved hiring a firm to conduct a salary survey study for all positions within the county during their Monday meeting.
July 25 2014
Hospital mission: 31st CSH assumes lead nation role in Afghanistan
During the longest war ever fought by U.S. military forces, the U.S. Army involvement in Afghanistan included the development of a highly effective military health care system to serve the battlefield needs of U.S. and Coalition forces. 0 0 read more
July 22 2014
Ellis County Judge under investigation for taking salary supplement
WAXAHACHIE –- A special prosecutor is investigating whether Ellis County Judge Carol Bush committed a crime for requesting money from the state for work she did not do. As county judge, Carol Bush runs commissioners court, but telling the state she would also hear actual court cases has landed her at the center of a criminal investigation. "I want her removed from office,” said Dave Vance, a ...
July 22 2014
State agency prepares to expand STAR+PLUS program
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission  is preparing to expand the STAR+PLUS Medicaid Managed Care program on Sept. 1. Most people in Texas who have Medicaid get their services through managed care. In this system, the member picks a health plan, and gets Medicaid services through that health plan’s network of providers. Most health plans offer Medicaid members extra services not ...
July 21 2014
Rusk County considers hiring health insurance consultant
HENDERSON — Rusk County commissioners are considering budgeting $624,000 annually for a consultant to help negotiate health-care premiums.
July 21 2014
Court lets EquuSearch use drones again
Galveston, texas
Texas EquuSearch can once again use drones for their recovery missions after a federal appeals court ruled that a "cease and desist" email banning their use wasn't valid.
July 19 2014
SJC indigent health care to need new director in August
The San Jacinto County Commissioners Court meeting held on July 8 yielded the resignation of Indigent Health Care Director Sue Walker.
July 18 2014
Appeals court: Texas can use race in admissions
A federal appeals court panel ruled Tuesday that the University of Texas can continue using race in its undergraduate admissions, a year after the U.S. Supreme Court sent the case back to a lower court.
July 15 2014
Commissioners court receives extension service plaque, begins hearings
The Monday Cooke  County Commissioners Court meeting included a plaque presentation by Angel Neu and Phyllis Griffin of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service.
July 15 2014
First Oklahoma case of chikungunya virus confirmed
Mission, Texas
Oklahoma City, OK - The Oklahoma Department of Health confirms the first case of the chikungunya virus in the state. 
July 13 2014
More than two dozen prisoners imported from Van Zandt County Wednesday
Cedar Creek, texas
The Henderson County Jail had received more than a couple of dozen prisoners from Van Zandt County on Wednesday morning who were moved because the jail in Canton was not in compliance with the Texas Commission on Jail Standards. The moves began after the Henderson County Commissioners Court entered an agreement on Tuesday with its neighbor to house prisoners at a cost of $30 per day for each ...
July 12 2014
Bell County OKs mental health program
BELTON — Bell County commissioners unanimously approved a mental health pretrial diversion program while meeting Monday.
July 10 2014
Cowboys for CASA to help abused, neglected children
Vicki Robertson, executive director for Court Appointed Special Advocates for children (CASA), is looking forward to the upcoming Cowboys for CASA fundraiser July 18 at the Gainesville Civic Center when folks from all across the county come together in support of the non profit agency with the mission to provide advocates for abused and neglected children in the foster care system.
July 10 2014
Commissioners extend land lease for five years
Upshur County Commissioners Court on Monday approved a 5-year extension of a Seymour cattle firm’s surface lease on the county’s “school land” in West Texas.
July 10 2014
Regional Aging and Disability Resource Center may land in Sherman
The Texoma Council of Governments applied for a major grant from the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to make Texoma the home of a new Aging and Disability Resource Center. The grant, over $100,000, would allow TCOG to provide resources for elderly or disabled people across 12 Texas counties.
July 07 2014
Family taking swing at cure for rare ailment
There were no warning signs before she arrived at the hospital. Her pregnancy was normal, and her labor pains seemed to be, too. But two years after Megan Gerhard-Weisberg died during childbirth at Mission Hospital, her husband replays the night in...
July 03 2014
County votes to help fair park lighting
The Henderson County Commissioners Court voted on Tuesday to approve a performance agreement between the Henderson County Regional Fair Park and the Athens Economic Development Corporation to help with lighting renovations at the park. The AEDC voted on June 10 to assist the Fair Park with improving the lighting to a kind that will brighten the complex and lower energy costs.
July 03 2014
Courthouse, JP on county agenda
Navarro County commissioners will discuss several items related to the courthouse restoration and the necessary moves because of it at a special meeting at 10 a.m. Monday in the basement conference room of the Navarro County Courthouse.
June 30 2014
County repairs progress
The project to replace the roof on the Henderson County Judicial Center, and repair the one on the Courthouse Annex is about 95-percent complete, Precinct 2 Commissioner Wade McKinney said.
June 27 2014
Fannin Commissioners talk D.A.’s witness funding, road grant
Energy, Texas
BONHAM — The Fannin County Commissioners Court discussed two requests from the District Attorney and an unexpected road grant at their regular meeting Monday.
June 27 2014
The open line: Bitter enders, charter schools and a sane Republican
Celeste, texas
The Sunday night line is open. A roundup includes Koch-heads carrying their anti-Obamacare evangelizing to Utah; another academic proclaims charter schools a failure, and, from Texas, a sane Republican. * MISSION WORK : Sen. Bryan King and Rep. Joe Farrer, bitter-enders in the fight to deprive working poor Arkansans of health care coverage under Obamacare's Medicaid expansion , h ave taken their ...
June 25 2014
UMC board, county commissioners meet on Children's Hospital Debt
With no plan forthcoming from El Paso Children's Hospital on how to tackle its $68 million debt, University Medical Center will present its own set of options to the hospital with a letter tomorrow.
June 24 2014
Commissioners received special award
The Henderson County AgriLife Extension formally thanked the Commissioners Court on Tuesday for its support of cooperative extension and its many programs with the presentation of the Building a Better Texas Award.
June 23 2014
Tech clinics receive Joint Commission accreditation
On Monday, the Joint Commission reaffirmed their accreditation of Texas Tech’s outpatient clinics and gave them the gold seal of approval for continued practices that meet the national standards for health care quality and safety.
June 21 2014
Nugent family opposes Bernie Tiede’s release
Austin, Texas
The family of Marjorie Nugent, whose 1996 murder was recounted in the movie “Bernie,” has asked the state’s highest criminal court for permission to speak on the victim’s behalf.
June 19 2014
Commission urges firms to report employee health status
Companies could help the nation save tens of billions of dollars spent on treating preventable illnesses if they judged themselves on the basis of employee health, an expert commission reports.
June 19 2014
Military action in Iraq creates new anxiety for hard-hit Fort Hood, Texas
When President Barack Obama decided this week to send nearly 300 American troops back to war-torn Iraq on a security mission, Central Texas took notice. “I don't get that involved in politics; I just didn't feel like we needed to be in Iraq to begin with,” said Linda Methvin, whose son was killed in Iraq 11 years ago.
June 19 2014
Dallas County struggles with old buildings
The Commissioners Court will begin grappling with the question of repairing Dallas County buildings.
June 14 2014
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