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East Texas News - January

CELEBRATION -- The annual celebration of Polk County's ethnic diversity will be held Monday when the 18th Annual Multicultural Festival opens at 4 p.m. at the Livingston Junior High. The event will include free fish fry, music and dancing. Above, the Alabama-Coushatta tribal dancers are always a crowd favorite and will perform again this year.

Polk County Enterprise Home Page
SPCA in immediate need of food, litter
Multicultural Festival promotes to unity, talent, fun
County sales tax income climbs to 1.3 percent
SPCA in immediate need of food, litter  
Businesses must file renditions by April 15  
Childrenz Haven's tickets still available for Jan. 13 casino night  


Trinity Standard Home Page
Groveton graduate receives All-Pro honors
School construction progress report
Flu Advice from a nurse
Deep East Texas rates #1 flu outbreak in the nation  
Hows your New Years resolution going?  
A place to call home; student aims to build 'home' for foster youth  


Houston County Courier Home Page
Grapeland Urgent Care Clinic to open in March
Gentry reports of CEIDC activities
No action taken on pending State School Sale deal
No major weather-related fire incidents  
Good news for 2018 from Crockett City Hall  
January Forestry Update  


Tyler County Booster Home Page
Woodville to mark MLK Day January 15
Low natural gas prices leave plant in mothballs
Council members draft plans for 2018
HED: Waiver extension provides $1M for Tyler County Hospital  
Fred Elementary's 'Detective Day' among most read stories of 2017  
Texas is the hardest hit state in the U.S. with the flu  


San Jacinto News Times Home Page
Caring & sharing
Truck fire in Shepherd
Denim & Diamonds
Shepherd man arrested for car fire on dealer's lot  
Fatal wreck  
Shepherd Youth League 2018  


Groveton News Home Page
2017: A year in review through Groveton News headlines  
Legendary gospel group featuring Groveton native Kemper to perform  
People with disabilities and employment  
Reynolds to speak at Retired Teachers meeting  
Ashby to serve as committee co-chair  
Rep. Brady weighs in on passing of Tax Reform Bill  





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