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By Special to the News Messenger - Marshall News Messenger | Sep 17, 2021

Texas State Technical College in Marshall is offering more dual enrollment opportunities this year for high school students.

Some of TSTC’s technical programs that were previously taught in person on select campuses are now available in online formats. Some of TSTC’s programs that high school students are taking include architectural design and engineering graphics technology, business management technology (accounting) and web design and development.

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By Wyndi Veigel - Marshall News Messenger | Aug 30, 2021

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will be hosting a public meeting in an open house format from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 31 at the Marshall Convention Center. The meeting is being held in order to get feedback regarding State Loop 390/ U.S. 59 relief route, also known as future Interstate 369.


The proposed roadway would connect to the existing State Loop 390 at U.S. 80 to the north and would extend 1.2 miles south of Interstate 20, extending the partial loop around Marshall that... Read More

By Special to the News Messenger - Marshall News Messenger | Jul 22, 2021

The Marshall Economic Development Corporation (Marshall EDC) has been given the green light to start the next development phase of their very own Marshall Business Park.


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By Special to the News Messenger | Jul 9, 2021

East Texas Baptist University continues to make significant investments in the Marshall community including its newest edition, The Great Commission Center.

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By Jessica Harker - Marshall News Messenger | Jul 7, 2021

The city of Marshall has officially opened its Cradle of Entrepreneurship Program this week to potential candidates, as well as mentors, interested in participating.

The program, which was officially approved by council members on April 22, is a way for the city to provide technical and financial assistance to local entrepreneurs through the use of mentors and other resources.

Any entrepreneur or mentor interested in participating in the Cradle of Entrepreneurship Program can go to startupmarshall... Read More

By Special to the News Messenger | Jul 6, 2021

In servicing their Christ-centric mission East Texas Baptist University announced that an Economic Impact Report has concluded that the university has a profound economic impact on the region’s economy.

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By Jamey Boyum and Christian Terry | Jun 24, 2021

Traveling north or south through this part of the country has always been a trip with many twists and turns. Well, that is going to change. And Harrison County officials have been told a start date on Interstate 69 construction in Harrison County may be announced soon.

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By Jessica Harker - Marshall News Messenger | Jun 7, 2021
The annual Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce banquet took place Friday, with community members gathering at Bear Creek Smokehouse in Marshall for a night outside under the stars.   Stormy weather didn’t deter everyone from gathering for the annual event, with Executive Director of the chamber Stacia Runnels stating that the event turned out even better than expected.   Read More
By Jessica Harker - Marshall News Messenger | Apr 30, 2021

The city of Marshall is working to make itself a key location to entrepreneurs and start-ups with the creation of its new Cradle of Entrepreneurship Program.


The program was the idea of City Manager Mark Rohr, and developed by the city’s Community and Economic Director Fabio Angell, along with a board of local business experts.

The group developed a program with the goal of encouraging and growing start-ups locally by offering financial assistance, along with resources, mentorships and... Read More

By Bridget Ortigo - Marshall News Messenger | Apr 29, 2021

Marshall ISD teachers, staff and community members on Monday welcomed newly hired Superintendent Richele Langley, following an unanimous vote from district trustees to offer her a contract.

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