By Phillip Williams Upshur County Judge Todd Tefteller said Friday that the leak of an estimated 36,000 gallons of gasoline which was discovered at the county Road and Bridge Department just

Upshur approves road and bridge items

By Phillip Williams Upshur County Commissioners Court last week accepted bids on numerous materials for the county’s Road and Bridge Department. County Road Administrator Andy Jordan told

Rep. Nathan Moran Profile Interview on C-SPAN

C-SPAN has interviewed more than half of the nearly 80 new members of the U.S. House of Representatives including Rep. Nathan Moran (R-TX). In these C-SPAN profile interviews, freshman members

Gilmer out of playoffs …

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

Gilmer advances in playoffs

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.  

Buckeyes beat Rusk

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

Bears slip by Roughnecks

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.

Gilmer beats Pittsburg, 44-14

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

Gilmer shuts out Spring Hill

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

Gilmer captures win

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

Buckeyes beat Leopards, 59-20

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

Buckeyes beat Lindale Eagles

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

Buckeyes plaster Paris

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.


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

468x60 Banner Advertisement