News

Thu
18
May

Unlock The Block’ set for Saturday May 20

By Dannie Oliveaux | publisher@campcountynow.com

Thu
18
May

Public gets look at new PHS ag building

By Dannie Oliveaux | publisher@campcountynow.com

Wed
17
May

No action taken on annexation plan

From Staff Reports

No action was taken by the Pittsburg City Council on the second public hearing held May 8 on the proposed annexation plan of property located at 423 and 431 County Road 2208. 
According to City Secretary Victoria Janway, there were no comments from the public at the public hearing.
The city received a petition requesting annexation by Russell Sawyer. The first public hearing was April 10.
Under state law, the City may annex the area after following certain notice and hearing procedures contained in Chapter 43 of the Texas Local Government Code.
The annexed property is available for services provided by the Pittsburg Police and Fire Departments, as well as animal and environmental services, solid waste collection and water service.

For complete story, see the May 18 edition of The Gazette.

Thu
11
May

New monument marks unknown girl’s grave site

By Dannie Oliveaux| publisher@campcountynow.com

Wed
10
May

Farmers Market opens Saturday in Pittsburg

The Pittsburg Farmers Market will be open on Saturdays, May 13 through Aug. 26. The market is 8 a.m. to noon at Texas Country Farm Supply, 409 S. Greer, (Hwy 271) in Pittsburg. 
Local growers offer fresh fall produce. Vendor space is free for those selling produce in its natural state; however, vendors must have a current Pittsburg peddler’s permit. 
Pick up permit forms at the Chamber of Commerce office at 202 Jefferson Street or the Pittsburg Police Department. 
For information, call 903-856-3442.
 

Tue
09
May

Mason says State Loop 255 positive for county

By Luke Dugosh | For The Gazette

Thu
04
May

NTCC to host Carroll Shelby Memorial Cruise

MOUNT PLEASANT -- The Carroll Shelby Automotive Technology Program at Northeast Texas Community College will host a Carroll Shelby Memorial Cruise event starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 6 at the Shelby Automotive Technology Building on the NTCC campus beginning at 9 a.m.
The cruise will kick off with an Engine Rev to honor the memory of Shelby, who passed away May 12, 2010. 
Participants will then cruise Shelby’s hometown and the roads he grew up on. There is no charge to participate, but raffle tickets will be sold to benefit the NTCC Shelby Automotive Program and the Carroll Shelby Foundation. A silent auction will also be held.
Shelby was a major supporter of the NTCC automotive program in his later years and he lent both his name and financial support to help ensure that students are able to receive high-quality automotive training right here in northeast Texas. The Carroll Shelby Foundation remains a major supporter of the program.

Thu
04
May

Superintendent explains property re-evaluations to school board

By Ellis L. Knox | Gazette Contributor

Wed
03
May

Don’t ‘bee’ wary of pollinating powerhouses

By Cory Smtith | news@campcountynow.com

Wed
03
May

U.S. Steel announces recall of 200 workers

By Toni Walker | news@steelcountrybee.com

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