On Sunday evening, Titus County Sheriff ’s Office received an anonymous tip that dogs had been left at a local residence and that no one had been home in some time. Upon visiting the residence, located on County Road 1243, TCSO officers discovered how dire the situation was and called in the city’s animal services department for help.
The Mount Pleasant Police Department has issued the following statement on the crash that occurred Thursday afternoon near Big Tex Trailers:
Northeast Texas publisher Kenny Mitchell has been named the new publisher at the Steel Country Bee in Daingerfield, the Pittsburg Gazette and the Mount Pleasant Tribune. Mitchell brings over 20 years of experience in the newspaper industry to his new role, including nine years at the Dallas Morning News.
News from our friend Helen Thompson at the Mount Pleasant Public Library:
The community is invited to enjoy family fun for all at the Oaklawn Park Juneteenth Festival on June 18 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The park dedication begins at 6 p.m., starting with a welcome address by Mount Pleasant Mayor Tracy Craig, followed by prayer lead by Eddie Bratton Jr. Mayor Pro Tem Tim Dale will then give a congratulatory address. An introduction of pioneers of recreation and families will be done by Jerry Dell Walker followed by an introduction of the Master Jam Men’s Softball team and families by Tony Evans. Closing prayer will then be led by Jimmy W. Smith.