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Post Signal April 14, 2021
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Jim Siano, a retired FBI agent and NEPD commissioner, stands in support of the department and its professionalism as the full house listens to him in the Providence Village Town Hall.

To see the story and our April 16 issue click HERE.

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APRIL 16 HEADLINES

    

Photo: Keeping it clean

Council, EDC OK grant for hotel project

Krugerville, Cross Roads discuss NEPD agreement

Candidates fight for TISD seats

Photo: A first for Krugerville

Paper wins NETPA contest

Residents split on hopes for policing, NEPD

Photo: Making way

Opinion: Editor’s daughter tries hand at journalism

Photo: Tioga tuneup

Tioga council says no to storage

A show of their own

Little Bearcats sign up of for school at PPES

First-grade authors

Krugerville Market brings people to town

Photo: Texas-sized storms

Photo: Team Building

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FEATURE OF THE WEEK

   

First-graders at PPES had a publishing party on Tuesday, where they could share stories they wrote and illustrated with school administration & staff.

Read the story HERE.

THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Aubrey falls 2-1 in loop contest

Softball teams mix for playoffs

Haynes signs to play for Kansa college

Bearcats place second in district

Chaparrals finish third at area meet