Henderson County Black Rodeo Association ribbon cutting

Henderson County Black Rodeo Association
(MICHAEL V. HANNIGAN PHOTO)

The Henderson County Black Rodeo Association held a ribbon cutting today with the Athens Chamber of Commerce at the Henderson County Fairpark Complex. The HCBRA will be holding its annual Juneteenth Rodeo on June 15.

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Peace Officers Memorial

(MICHAEL V. HANNIGAN PHOTO)
(MICHAEL V. HANNIGAN PHOTO)

The 2013 Police Officers Memorial was held on the Courthouse Square in Athens Thursday afternoon. The annual event is to remember the Henderson County peace officers who have died in the line of duty, and to pay tribute to those who go out every day and put themselves in harm’s way for us.

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TVCC honor roll lists released

Trinity Valley Community College has named a number of students to the President’s Honor Roll and the Honors List for the fall 2012 semester.

TVCC students named to the President’s Honor Roll must complete at least 12 semester hours with a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the semester.

Students named to the Honors List also must complete at least 12 semester hours and earn at least a 3.5 grade point average for the semester.

The following students were named to the President’s Honor Roll (listed alphabetically by hometown):

  • ARLINGTON: Tom M. Kenya.
  • ATHENS: Erik L. Angel, Marilyn M. Avila, Calli M. Bane, Sandra K. Bohannon, Brandon Burkhalter, Shalyndrea Burroughs, Kathy C. Carrillo, Tyler L. Carroll, Morika Cheng, Paula A. Contois, Carrie J. Evans, Pedro J. Galvan, Debra K. Gordon, Jerod A. Justice, Tammy L. Kinzer, Sarah L. Leach, Eduardo Limon, Amber L. Lindsey, Jessica K. Loper, Juan M. Lopez, Flora C. Lynd, Kenta Maeda, Jonathan K. Miller, Brittney Munns, Misael B. Ochoa, Nallely C. Palma, Claudio Rizzi, Continue reading “TVCC honor roll lists released”

Sarah Maples DAR announces new board

Incoming board members

DAR in

 

The Sarah Maples Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution proudly present newly elected board members: back row from left,  Librarian Anne Gadberry, Historian Carol Ruska, Treasurer Carolyn Bostian, Corresponding Secretary Susan Martz-Cothran, Recording Secretary Yolanda Moore, Vice Regent Suzanne Fife, and State NSDAR Organizing Secretary Catharine S. Browning; front row from left, Registrar Geneice Morris, Regent Helen Preston, and Chaplain Priscilla Berry. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Outgoing board members

DAR out

 

The outgoing board members of the Sarah Maples Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution include, back row from left, Registrar and Chaplain Geneice Morris, Librarian Nina Hendricks, Corresponding Secretary Helen Preston, Recording Secretary Betty Foster, Treasurer Kathy Cryer, Historian Lana Napper; front row from left, Regent Margaret Ann Trial, Visiting TXDAR District VI Director Anna Marie Lee, and Vice Regent-Suzanne Fife. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Lady Cards season ends in Utah

Softball lady cards

NJCAA press release

ST. GEORGE, Utah — No. 12 seed Paris Junior College scored two runs in its final at-bat to walk off with a 5-4 victory over #13 seed Trinity Valley Community College in the consolation bracket of the 2013 NJCAA Division I Women’s Softball National Championship tournament Thursday afternoon at the Canyons Complex. Paris JC (37-18) will advance to play the loser of the Chipola College/Lake Land College matchup in another elimination game Thursday Continue reading “Lady Cards season ends in Utah”