The Tyler County Dogwood Festival has invited surrounding cities to send a senior girl to represent them as a duchess in the royal court to her highness the 2013 Dogwood Queen. The festival would also like to extend the invitation to those of you from Tyler County who may have an interested granddaughter, niece, cousin or friend from another city that might like to participate in this year's festival as a visiting duchess. If you know someone who might be interested, please contact Carrie Standley at (409) 331-9362 or Candace Spivey at (409) 547-3109 as soon as possible as the festival can only accommodate 24 duchesses. The deadline for registration is February 22, 2013 and the girl's name and address will be needed in order to register. The 70th annual Tyler County Dogwood Festival will be a wonderful experience for a senior girl, as she will have the opportunity to make new friends and share in a fun-filled weekend as we celebrate the beauty of springtime in Tyler County.
Peggy Burton, a long time Woodville resident, was honored at the Commissioner's Court meeting in October for her dedication and commitment to volunteer service in the community. Burton is gifted with a heart for serving others, and her life has been organized around that principle; there is work to be
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Emporium Stage is proud to present an evening of "good old Country music" as only "country girls" can sing em'. The Saturday, September 15 "Country Girls & Friends" concert will feature the vocals of Rhonda Fowler Bigby, Amy Borel, Earlette Stowe, Kirsten Spurlock and Faith Rodriguez.
The ladies will be
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