Wednesday, October 29, 2014
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The Pittsburg Pirates notched a win against Paris last Friday, which guaranteed the Pirates a spot in the playoffs. + continue reading
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By Cory Smith cory@campcountynow.com   The faces have come and gone, nameplates have changed over the years, and City Hall has even moved locations. But, if you walk just down the hallway in the City Hall building and look right, you’ll see a face that has served the City... + continue reading
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By Susan Taft Special to The Pittsburg Gazette   The Camp County Sheriff’s Department has recovered more than $15,000 worth of property reported stolen in Camp County as well as $65,000 worth of property stolen in Gregg and Dallas counties. Three people have been arrested... + continue reading
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By Cory Smith cory@campcountynow.com   The PISD School Board met last Monday night for their regularly scheduled monthly meeting in the board room of the PISD Administration building. Compass Builders gave their monthly report on the progress of all the construction projects... + continue reading
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The Lady Pirate basketball team invites you to their "Countdown to Craziness" event. They hope you will come out and support them! + continue reading

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Wednesday, 29/10/14
Trunk Or Treat held Friday Emmanuel Baptist Church will be hosting their annual Trunk or Treat on Oct. 31, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. This is so that children have a safe place to get candy and other goodies. All children should be accompanied by their parents or guardians, and are encouraged to... + continue reading
Wednesday, 29/10/14
Ramblings from the Press Box by Cory Smith   There’s something going around called Ebola… ever heard of it? I, like many of you, am sick of hearing about it. But, I thought about something over the weekend; is this Ebola thing being used as a political tool? With... + continue reading

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By Cory Smith cory@campcountynow.com   The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) contacted the Pittsburg Independent School District early last Tuesday morning and requested the district immediately go into lockdown protocol. The request was made due to an online threat that... + continue reading
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By Cory Smith cory@campcountynow.com   Corey Dewayne Wilbert, 33, was arrested by Pittsburg Police officers on Oct.7. Wilbert was wanted in connection with an aggravated assault that had occurred on Sept. 17, in the 100 block of Candy Drive. Wilbert was booked into the Camp... + continue reading
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By Susan Taft Special to The Pittsburg Gazette   Members of Pittsburg’s American Legion Gordon Mattison Post 422 took a trip back in time at last month’s meeting when Scott Glover, founder and owner of the Mid America Flight Museum in Mount Pleasant, took them fora... + continue reading
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By Cory Smith cory@campcountynow.com   Coming in to district play, the Paris Wildcats were selected to finish in first place, but the Pittsburg Pirates would have none of that,... + continue reading

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Ramblings from the Press Box by Cory Smith   There’s something going around called Ebola… ever heard of it? I, like many of you, am sick of hearing about it. But, I... + continue reading

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Abbey Barrier, 6, announces the arrival of her baby brother, William Todd Barrier who was born on July 11, in Athens. He weighed eight pounds one ounce, and was 21.75 inches long. His parents are... + continue reading