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  Power of Prayer: Texas Ramp Project

A group of East Texans has made it their mission to change lives in a matter of hours. Volunteers from several churches are constructing wheelchair ramps.

  Gift Of Love - Nick

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  MITH: Green Bay Church and School

  Mark in Texas History: Lufkin CCC camp

The Civilian Conservation Corps was created by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 to provide youth employment programs during the Great Depression.

  Mark in Texas History: 'Big Inch' pipeline turns 78

Mark in Texas History: 'Big Inch' pipeline turns 78

  Mark in Texas History: Confederate Capital of Missouri

Mark in Texas History: Confederate Capital of Missouri

  Mark in Texas History: Smith County rose industry

This week, Mark Scirto’s Mark in Texas History is about an industry that thrives today, rich in business and tradition.

  Mark in Texas History: Longview Train Depot

It has its history but serves today as one of the busiest stations in the state of its kind. The Longview Train Depot is this week's subject for A Mark in Texas

  Mark in Texas History: Old Stone Fort Museum

This week's 'Mark in Texas History' is the Old Stone Fort Museum on the campus of Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches.

  Mark in Texas History: Jarvis Christian College

Mark in Texas History: Jarvis Christian College

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  Gift of Love: Smith County hosts adoption day.

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  Mark in Texas History: Downtown Lufkin

Sometimes you have to drive miles to find a piece of Texas history and others it all comes together in the same place. In downtown Lufkin, we found five within

  Mark in Texas History: First Baptist Church Winnsboro

It wouldn’t be a town in Texas without a historic Baptist church.

  11-12-20 Restaurant Report

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  Mark in Texas History: Old Smith County Jail

The Old Smith County Jail was built in 1880 and served as Smith County’s fourth jail, doubling in size 14 years later when a second story was added.

  Mark in Texas History: Joe Weisman & Company

It started in 1866 when a Jewish merchant from Syracuse, New York, moved to Marshall and opened the first department store in Texas.

  Mark in Texas History: Texas State Railroad

The Texas State Railroad is well-known today as an attraction for families, but it certainly didn’t start that way.

  10-22-20 Restaurant Report

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  Mark in Texas History: Anderson County Poor House

An example of a poorhouse still exists in Anderson County. It’s the subject of Mark Scirto’s Mark in Texas History.

  10-15-20 Restaurant Report

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  Mark in Texas History: Augus Theater

The Augus Theatre was built in the 1920s with the original intent to house three businesses. But it’s most well-known for the Theatre.

  Gift of Love Bed Building

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  Mark in Texas History: Killough Massacre Historical Marker

Mark in Texas History: Killough Massacre Historical Marker

  10-1-20 Restaurant Report

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  Mark in Texas History: Select Theater in Mineola

Mark in Texas History: Select Theater in Mineola

  Mark in Texas History: Everett Building

Mark in Texas History: Everett Building

  Restaurant Report 9/10/20

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  Mark in Texas History: Tyler Tap Railroad

  9-3-20 Restaurant Report

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  Mark in Texas History: Love’s Lookout in Cherokee County

Love’s Lookout is a scenic ridge that is part of a longer, flat-topped hill that extends nine miles.

  Mark in Texas History: The Ginocchio Hotel

Imagine living in Italy and thinking, “I think I’ll move to Marshall, Texas.”

  Gift of Love Virtual Advocate

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  8-13-20 Restaurant Report

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  Mark in Texas History: Lillian Richard

Lillian Richard, one of the women who portrayed Aunt Jemima for the Quaker Oats brand, lived in Hawkins.

  Mark in Texas History: The Henderson Depot

Mark in Texas History: The Henderson Depot