By Phillip Williams LONGVIEW–The Carthage Curse Continues. The unvanquished No. 2-ranked Gilmer Buckeyes, able to conquer nearly anybody but the No. 1-rated Carthage Bulldogs over three
By Phillip Williams MESQUITE–To paraphrase an old underwear commercial, the dilemma for the Gainesville Leopards here Friday night was that they couldn’t get their hands on Haynes.
By Phillip Williams TYLER–On a night fit for neither man nor Rusk Eagle, Gilmer Buckeyes running back Ashton Haynes discovered that rain and wind were conducive to conquest as he hoofed for
WHITE OAK – The Gladewater Bears held on for a 41-35 win over the White Oak Roughnecks, recovering an onside kick in the final seconds to close out the regular season in thrilling fashion.
By Phillip Williams PITTSBURG–‘Twas back in the 1950s or 60s, when the Pittsburg Pirates played the role of the Gilmer Buckeyes’ arch-rival, the Pittsburg partisans once
By Phillip Williams Mother Nature poured it on Friday night, and so did the Gilmer Buckeyes. In a damp duel delayed twice by lightning–before the kickoff and during the first
After a long process of reconstruction, the Lee-Bardwell Public Library will hold its re-grand opening Nov. 6 from 2-3:30 p.m. Supply chain delays had caused the library project to take longer
Early voting in this year’s midterm elections began Monday and continues through Friday, Nov. 4. Election Day is Nov. 8. Voters will pick the state’s next governor, lieutenant governor,
By Phillip Williams PARIS–The Gilmer Buckeyes had forsaken the East Texas Yamboree carnival back home, but it was their adversary, the North Lamar Panthers, who went south and got taken for
By Phillip Williams For a few moments Friday night, it appeared that the favored Gilmer Buckeyes might have a dismaying debacle on their hands as the flabbergasting first play from scrimmage left
H-E-B Supports Centennial Celebration with $1 Million Donation AUSTIN— The Centennial Celebration of Texas State Parks is right around the corner, and park lovers are invited to get
The Tatum Eagles opened district play on Friday night with a home win over the Gladewater Bears. The final score was: 28-22. Next week, Tatum will host White Oak, while Gladewater will host
By Phillip Williams TEXARKANA– Deploying a daunting defense which did not even cede a first down until the third quarter, the unvanquished No. 2-ranked Gilmer Buckeyes paralyzed the No.
Kathryn Hasler Rhodes Mitchell, on the morning of Oct 3, 2022, passed away peacefully. She was born February 7, 1950, to John A. Hasler and Georgia H. Warner in Houston. At 6 months old
On Tuesday in Upshur County, Jonathan Blake Parker (W/M; DOB: 02/17/1984), from Gladewater, Texas, pled guilty to aggravated sexual assault of a child, who was under the age of 14. He was
AUSTIN – Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is asking Texans to invite their friends and family into the outdoors to help celebrate the 50th anniversary of National Hunting and
Walk to End Alzheimer’s is World’s Largest Event Dedicated to Alzheimer’s Care, Support and Research
Longview – The Alzheimer’s Association is inviting Longview Area residents to join the fight to end Alzheimer’s by participating in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® on
TEXARKANA, Texas – Four individuals, including two Red River Army Depot (RRAD) officials, have been sentenced for federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney Brit
DAV (Disabled American Veterans) and RecruitMilitary® will co-host the National virtual All Veterans Job Fair, September 20th from 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EDT. The event is free to veterans, their
The Malakoff Tigers returned home for two straight games following last week’s double overtime win over Salado to close the non-district slate and host the Gladewater Bears. In a complete showing
By Phillip Williams LINDALE–Where there’s a Will Henderson, there’s a way. Gilmer Buckeyes rapid runner Will Henderson profoundly proved the point, using his stupefying speed
Biologists Predict Moderate Hunting Conditions Ahead of White-Tailed Deer Archery-Only Season Opener
AUSTIN— With drought affecting most of the state over the summer, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) biologists foresee a moderate season for hunters this fall. “Overall, 2022 year
The Gladewater Bears roared back from last week’s loss in Mount Vernon to thump the Spring Hill Panthers 47-14.
Read how the Bears pounded Spring Hill in next week’s Mirror. See game photos at: https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=553727803185055&set=pcb.553729359851566
By Phillip Williams ‘Twas the night when Paris got plastered. Gilmer runner Ashton Haynes hoofed for a trio of touchdowns, while quarterback Cadon Tennison heaved for two more, as the No.
By Tyler Sutton Some night’s its just not your night and that was certainly the case Friday night for the Gladewater Bears as they were outmatched in every way by the Mount Vernon Tigers 62-7 at
By Phillip Williams In a wild wing-ding which burgeoned with more Big Bangs than a Fourth of July pyrotechnics presentation, the No. 2-ranked Gilmer Buckeyes KO’ed the Kilgore Bulldogs,
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today released totals for fiscal 2022 state revenues, in addition to announcing monthly state revenues for August. General Revenue-related revenue for fiscal
Join key U.S. Department of Agriculture leaders in Texas as they host a virtual Urban Agriculture Forum on Friday, September 2, 9:00-12PM CST via a virtual Microsoft Teams Meeting (with this
Interested in working? Today may be your lucky day. The Gladewater Job Expo is going on today at the Gladewater Former Students’ Building located on Hendrix Street, behind the rodeo arena. Among
A Native East Texan Remembers the Teacher Who Taught Him to Love the Detour
By Phillip Williams A jury in Gilmer sentenced Matthew Callie McCoy to a collective total of 125 years in prison recently after convicting him of eight counts of indecency with a child under the
Southwestern Electric Power Co. announced today new measures to help residential customers facing high bills due to increased demand and rising fuel costs. All SWEPCO residential customers can
AUSTIN – This season, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s (TPWD) Big Time Texas Hunts (BTTH) program is offering Texans some of the very best hunting opportunities in the state. Ten
(AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is reminding shoppers they can save money on clothes and school supplies during the state’s sales tax holiday on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug.
With numerous economic experts predicting that the U.S. is headed toward recession, one of the many concerning signals is a sharp decline in labor productivity. After more than a decade of
Woman’s remains discovered off Highway 135 identified as Pamela Darlene Young Twenty years after her partial skeletal remains were located by construction workers off Highway 135 in Gregg
With a heat wave bringing dangerously high temperatures for tens of millions of Americans, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) is providing important tips to help families affected by
(AUSTIN) — Texas families have through July 31 to enroll their newborns at 2021-22 prices in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund®, the state’s prepaid college tuition program. Newborns are
COLLEGE STATION – Hot and dry conditions across the state of Texas will create high wildfire potential through the weekend. Continued triple digit temperatures and dry conditions will
On July 7, 2022, defendant, NichJous Cole Williams, 21, pied guilty to the murders of Leonard Faris Gibson, the grandfather of the defendant and Denene Susanne Mosely. On February 7, 2021 in
Three arrested in deaths of 53 migrants Three people were arrested last week by federal authorities in connection with a human smuggling incident that left 53 migrants dead. The migrants were
The 12th Court of Appeals issued a ruling today affirming the Life Sentence of Joshua David Verhoef. He was tried before an Upshur County jury on April 21, 2021 after pleading not guilty. The
Abortion officially illegal in Texas The U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe vs. Wade effectively ends all legal abortions in Texas within the next 30 days, many news media outlets
Our whole country is excited as Independence Day approaches and families plan to gather at Lake Gladewater on July 3rd to swim, boat, picnic and then watch the annual fireworks display at 9 p.m..