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Friday, December 1, 2017
A man was apprehended by police around 10 o'clock yesterday morning after he fled on foot from Kaufman County Sheriff's deputies who were attempting to serve an arrest warrant. Sheriff's deputies, Forney Police, the Precinct 2 constable, and Crandall police set up a perimeter around an area from Winday Lane, to Helms Trail, FM 741, and FM 2392 to capture the man, who was found in a barn behind a home in the 11000 block of Windy Lane. The man was identified as 30-year-old James Aaron Rogers, who is in Kaufman County Jail facing charges of evading arrest, no drivers license, operating an unregister vehicle. He also is facing a charge of theft of property from Johnson County.

An ordinance granting the city of Terrell building officials or the Building Standards Commission substantial power to at will deem a structure to be unsafe and order it demolished at the owner's expense is on the agenda of the Terrell City council when it meets this coming Tuesday evening at 7:00 at Terrell city hall. While the proposed ordinance does provide for appeal of such a decision, it is left to the property owner to prove the city has incorrectly interpreted a provisions of the code, as opposed to provide that the city must prove its case. A violation of the city's new ordinance is deemed a misdemeanor offense and will be subject to a fine not to exceed $2,000 for each offense for each day a violation continues. The council will also consider zoning changes and a replat of property zoned for constructin of town homes. City council meetings are open to the public, and there is time allotted for the public to express views or concerns.

The funeral service for Paula Elaine Lovell of Terrell, who passed away Tuesday, November 28th at the age of 56, will be Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Chisholm Cemetery Chapel. Visitation will be at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Chisholm Cemetery Chapel. Arrangements are by Max Slayton funerals and cremations in Terrell.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

The most entertaining ABBA tribute on the market today features a 7-piece band who has toured the world. Originally from Sweden, ABBA swept the world with their music in the 1970ís with songs like Waterloo, Mama Mia and Dancing Queen. The premiere ABBA Experience.