MOUNT PLEASANT, AUGUST 3 — Mount Pleasant City Manager today announced that following a national search, Mark Buhman has been hired as Chief of Police and will begin September 15.
As most area schools are set to return to instruction in the coming weeks, questions still abound regarding the state of education during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Since COVID-19 hit the United States, operating costs for health care providers has risen significantly.
On July 22, a notice of investigation and legal claim was sent to City Attorney Kerry Wootten and City Manager Ed Thatcher in regards to allegations from former Main Street and Special Events Super
Since March, Titus Regional Medical Center has seen over 1,500 COVID-19 positive patients from Titus and neighboring counties inside the hospital, inside clinics, and at mobile testing events.
On July 23, former City Manager Michael Ahrens filed a class action lawsuit against the City of Mount Pleasant, alleging that his termination in June 2019 was conducted without legitimate, non-disc
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Chapel Hill High School’s Mason Garrett, and current defending 3A State Champion from 2019 competed in her first summer collegiate golf tournament this past week.
From Staff Reports
The East Texas Junior Golf Tour two day 36-Hole Tour Championship kicked off this past Tuesday and Wednesday at the Mt Pleasant County Club.
Day One Notes
The East Texas Junior Golf Tour finished up its regular season this past Thursday at Princedale Country Club in Pittsburg, Texas.
Last Thursday the ETJGT headed west to Sulphur Springs Country Club and it was a treat for the young golfers.
The East Texas Junior Golf Tour played in Mount Pleasant Monday.
The Masters PGA golf tournament is the most recognized worldwide professional golf tournament.
H.E. “Tift” Self, 58, of Cookville passed away on Saturday, Aug, 1, 2020. Memorial services will be held on Saturday, Aug. 8, 2020 at 11 a.m. at the Curry-Welborn Funeral Home with Bro.
Sarah Lou Parchman, 86, of Mt. Vernon died on Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at her home.
Augustus Randolph “Randy” Presley, Jr., 90, died on July 31, 2020. Randy was born in Mt. Pleasant on March 6, 1930. He attended public schools in Mt. Pleasant, graduating from high school in 1947.
Graveside service for Bobby Davis, 73, a resident of Mt. Pleasant will be held 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 at Cortznes Cemetery in Mt. Pleasant. with Rev.
Elder Lonnie R. McCoy, Sr., 61, of Dallas died Saturday, July 25, 2020 in Dallas. Services were held Friday, July 31, 2020 at 11 a.m.
Earle Stuart Hamley was born Sept. 2, 1930 on Corregidor Island in the Philippines. The only child born to Rear Admiral Joseph Ronald and Cecile Hart Hamley.
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