Texas Rangers are currently investigating an altercation that occurred on Wednesday evening at the Lakeside Apartments between Mount Pleasant Police Officers and an unidentified male suspect.
JBS USA this week announced that approximately 14,000 of the company’s team members in the US have received a COVID-19 vaccine to date, with an additional 7,000 scheduled for vaccination in the coming week. In total, approximately one-third of the company’s more than 60,000 team members will have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine once vaccination clinics conclude this week. The company has been working closely with state officials, local health departments and union partners to encourage vaccination of the essential workforce producing food for our country.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is updating K–12 school guidance to reflect the latest science on physical distance between students in classrooms. CDC now recommends that, with universal masking, students should maintain a distance of at least 3 feet in classroom settings. CDC has updated its operational strategy to say:
On March 1, 2021, Dr. Craig DeLisi and his wife, Tonya, welcomed their 14th child to Titus County. Caedon Matthew-David DeLisi was born weighing 7lbs and 4oz and measured 18 inches long, making him the heaviest DeLisi Baby. This delivery marked the 10th for the DeLisi family at Titus Regional Medical Center, more than any one family has experienced at the local health system.
At the March 16 meeting of the City Council, a public hearing was held on the matter of annexing 8.1 acres of land into the City of Mount Pleasant. The tract of land lies on FM 1001 in Titus County and is owned by Travel Plaza, LLC.