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2018 senior class member, Marlisha Swain is also known on the volleyball court as ‘Red.’ Marlisha is the daughter of Rosalin Smith. Marlisha was escorted onto the field by her uncle, Mr.

The Pittsburg City Council Monday night adopted the 2018-2019 city budget and set the property tax rate for 2018.

Camp County Commissions during the Sept. 5 meeting voted unanimously to keep the 2018 tax rate unchanged.

Sports

The Pirates came out after a 45 minute lightning delay and the half, to score 13 points to Pine Tree’s zero in the second half.

GAZETTE PHOTO / ELLIS KNOX

The Pirates made a good effort and came back from being down 15 points, 29 to 14 at the half.

COURTESY PHOTOS

Home Education Athletics of Tyler – third, and Gladewater – fourth.

Opinions

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service-Camp County is participating in statewide mosquito species research.

Debunking “The way Washington works”

A recent news headline… “73 arrested, charged amid protests at Kavanaugh hearings” All arrested were Democrats, for screaming and yelling obscenities.

Obituaries

Our precious mother, Wanda Joy Cofer Coffey, left this world to be in Gloryland with her Lord and Savior. She died in Bedford Monday afternoon, Sept.

Eldes Dee Tidwell, “Ed”, 92, of Norman, Okla. passed away Thursday, Sept. 6, 2018 at his home. Ed was born on Jan. 14, 1926 in Amherst to Charles Wesley and Vera Tidwell.

Margaret L. Hughes, 77, passed away Aug. 30 at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Funeral services were held Saturday, Sept. 8 at 1 p.m. at Rocky Mound C.M.E.

The Pittsburg Gazette

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