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After suffering significant damage from last week's winter storms, Crandall High School is operating with a remote learning schedule this week.

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Following record-breaking cold and winter storms that forced the cancellation of more than 10,000 blood and platelet donations in parts of the U.S. in February, the American Red Cross is urging healthy individuals, especially those with type O blood, to give now to ensure blood products are …

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Brandon Hixson, Ennis, recently released his eighth solo album, Time Marches On, Fri. Feb. 12.

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The Scurry-Rosser vs. Riesel High School Boys Basketball Bi-District Playoff Game is now scheduled to be played on Saturday, Feb. 20th at Corsicana High School. The tip off time is now set for 4:30 p.m.

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A big congratulations to the latest early graduate of Gary Campbell High School, Chad Badgett. Chad has plans to attend atrade school before entering the workforce.“We are proud of Chad, and we expect great things from him in the future,” said Cindy Fowler, Gary Campbell High School principal.

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Kaufman ISD will be closed tomorrow and Wednesday.  Due to the widespread nature and severity of the storm, the state is allowing school districts to close 3 days with no instruction. So, there will be no remote instruction expectations for Tuesday and Wednesday.  KISD will be looking at the…

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Jerry Dittman, Carrie Gordon, and Dana Macalik have been electedchair, vice chair and secretary respectively by the Board of Directors of STARTransit, the agency which provides reliable and affordable transportation toresidents in Kaufman and Rockwall counties, as well as thecities of Seagov…

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The city of Crandall is moving forward with plans to extend the water line on FM 148 to allow water access to businesses on the east side.

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Sue Haynes will holdauditionsfor parts in the play "The Play That Goes Wrong,"written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields. Appointments for auditions may be made bycalling (214) 356-0505. Auditions will be held from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Feb. 16. The performanceswill be May 7 and …

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Thursday was an exhausting day for the Kaufman Volunteer Fire Department. After assisting with numerous vehicle accidents starting before sunrise and a temperature of 27 degrees and wind chill of 14, the Kaufman VFD ended the day battling a blaze in a metal shop building that had been conver…

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Congratulations to Litzy Hernandez for her early graduation from Gary Campbell High School. Litzy plans to pursue a career in the dental field.“We wish her the best as she begins college in the fall,” said Cindy Fowler, Gary Campbell High School principal.

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Crandall High School seniors Mason Daugherty and David Omosigho signed to further their education and play football at the collegiate level last week.

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Kaufman High School’s most decorated cross-country runner, Ellie Galan, signed with Sam Houston State University on Feb. 5 to further her education and running career. 

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The long-anticipated Kaufman Civic Center is in operation as of last week. Located at the intersection of Highways 175 and 34, the new building provides a space for corporate events, conventions, meetings, formal events and more. 

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The Kaufman County COVID-19 vaccine HUB received 500 vaccines on Feb. 2, and is now administering shots to those with scheduled appointments.

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Crandall resident Lauren Rathbun has been named to the President’s Honor Roll for her work in the fall 2020 semester €™at the University of Central Oklahoma, a distinction given to those who achieve the university’s highest academic standards.€

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According to recent guidance released by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), public school students will be required to take the STAAR test in person this spring. 

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The Kaufman City Council approved ordering and calling of the city’s general election tobe held on May 1 during its meeting on Jan. 25.

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The Kaufman County COVID-19 Vaccine HUB location has received 500 vaccines today, February 2, 2021. The Kaufman County Vaccine HUB location will begin to administer vaccines on Wednesday, February 3, 2021 to those with scheduled appointments.

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WASHINGTON – As part of its continuing efforts to reduce drug misuse and overdose, the Drug Enforcement Administration is launching a winter campaign urging the public to “Secure Your Meds.” The current health crisis has magnified the importance of addressing the issue of controlled prescrip…

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Kaufman High School’s Jaden Raney earned fifth chair in clarinet at the Texas Music Educators area audition, qualifying him for the 2021 TMEA All-State Symphonic Band. 

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The Kaufman County COVID-19 vaccine HUB site is now accepting registrations. Vaccines are expected to arrive the week of Feb. 1 and will be made available to those registered, beginning with groups 1A and 1B, as soon as they are received, county officials said in a press release on Monday.

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The Kaufman County COVID-19 vaccine HUB site is now accepting registrations. Vaccines are expected to arrive the week of Feb. 1 and will be made available to those registered, beginning with groups 1A and 1B, as soon as they are received, county officials said in a press release on Monday.

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A deadly collision on Highway 243 and County Road 109 has left two drivers dead.At 8:40 p.m. on Monday, College Mound firefighters responded to the scene, where two vehicles had hit head-on. Both vehicles were occupied by only the drivers and both died on scene.

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The Texas Department of State Health Services reports that Kaufman County has 10,110 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 695 new probable cases. The total number of fatalities is 150 in the county, with 46 newly reported, as of Jan. 18. An estimated 10,761 people have recovered from the v…

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