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By Marshall EDC | Dec 4, 2019

45 ac of site ready land for new development

What once was an underutilized tract of land has been converted to a top tier environment for business development. 

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By Jessica Harker - Marshall News Messenger | Dec 4, 2019

Forty-five acres of land is now available for industry after the Marshall Economic Development Corporation unveiled the completed Gateway Park project Tuesday.

The event was a ribbon cutting ceremony to showcase the shovel ready acreage for industry at Interstate 20 and U.S. Hwy 59.

 

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By Marshall EDC | Nov 27, 2019

Come see the new site ready Gateway Park in Marshall, Texas.

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By MISD Newsletter Excerpt | Nov 18, 2019

Marshall ISD High School and Junior High students get information of future college opportunities.

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By Special to the News Messenger - Marshall News Messenger | Nov 18, 2019
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By Marshall EDC | Nov 8, 2019

Over 100 Marshall 4th grade students got the chance to see and experience the technical side of higher education at Texas State Technical College.

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By AEP SWEPCO | Nov 6, 2019

AEP SWEPCO will be hosting a luncheon at the Marshall Economic Development Corporation in partnership with the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce to discuss SWEPCO’s upcoming Wind Generation project.

 

Join us for an information lunch from 12:00 - 1:00 on Friday, November 8th to learn more about SWEPCO's Clean Energy Plan

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By MISD Website Posting | Oct 31, 2019

Marshall ISD and Wiley College have officially entered into a new partnership to benefit the district's 18+ STEP Program and provide new opportunities for MISD's transition students. The agreement was signed in a special ceremony in the Thomas J. Cole Library at Wiley College, by Dr. Jerry Gibson, MISD Superintendent, and Dr. Herman J. Felton, President of Wiley College.

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By Marshall EDC Promotion (amended) of TSTC Marshall Event | Oct 23, 2019

For junior & senior students with an interest in Engineering or who would like to learn more about.....

(1) Job in our area, (2) Jobs that pay well, & (3) Jobs that are in demand!
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By Bridget Ortigo - Marshall News Messenger | Oct 7, 2019

Marshall residents spent their Saturday taking pride in their city by volunteering to clean and pick up trash around town as part of the first-ever Keep Marshall Beautiful Fall Sweep event.

About 200 volunteers flooded Marshall City Park early Saturday to pick up their marching orders and head out to their designated area of the city to begin picking up trash.

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