Burning questions spark fresh reminder

The City of Gladewater does not issue burn permits. It’s a frequent inquiry at City Hall and Gladewater Fire Department, and local officials are angling to simplify the answer. Whether conditions

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City warns drivers of flooding at Gay Avenue bridge

The most recent observation puts the Sabine River level at 35.95 feet, and it’s forecasted to crest as early as 7 a.m. Sunday – a portion of Gay Avenue’s already under water, and city

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Crime takes bite out of officer

Fortunately, it didn’t break the skin. One of Gladewater Police Department’s ‘frequent flyers’ was arrested after allegedly shoplifting and creating a disturbance at Dollar General. Before the

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Remembering D-Day

On June 6, 1944, Allied forces crossed the English Channel and landed on the beaches of Normandy, France in a massive offensive to liberate Western Europe from the occupation of Nazi Germany.

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IT’S RODEO TIME!

Find out everything you need to know about the 87th Annual Gladewater Round-Up Rodeo here! 2024 Rodeo Special Section  

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Girl found safe after being swept away in drainage ditch

(Photo: A vehicle drives through floodwaters on Shell Camp Road Tuesday afternoon following days of rough, wet weather.) A 13-year-old Gladewater girl fell into a drainage ditch during Sunday’s

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WOISD board’s meeting yields no developments, details

The White Oak ISD School Board isn’t ready yet to discuss or act on the status of the school’s leadership. With Superintendent Dr. William Paul on an indefinite personal leave since mid-May,

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The Economist | Who pays…

In fiscal year 2023, the US government collected about $4.7 trillion in total revenue, with roughly half ($2.35 trillion) derived from the much-maligned personal income tax. We don’t have a

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Stranded Sabine River revelers put swift water rescuers to first test

Some local boaters’ late night river run ultimately became the first real life test for Gladewater Swift Water Rescue crew in the wee hours May 24. According to Gladewater Fire Chief Mike

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Two teen suspects facing felonies after police pursuit

GPD: Boys, 16 and 14, may be behind other recent incidents near East Lake Drive |  Photo illustration from Unsplash.com  | Some Gladewater homeowners got an early morning wake-up call Thursday as

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New TimberHogs baseball team plays hometown opener tonight

White Oak’s Piney Woods TimberHogs are set for their Home Opener at 7:05 p.m. Thursday, May 30. They’ll be facing off against the Fort Smith Marshalls at Roughnecks Baseball Stadium. It’s the

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