Riley Ramsey made the final start of his high school career May 14, allowing just two earned runs in 5 2/3 innings of work.
Monday, May 23, 2016
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The Wills Point Tigers saw their 2016 season, which included a second place finish overall in a deep and talented district and a bi-district round playoff series win over Crandall, drew to a close... + continue reading

Newcomer of the Year: Seth Wilson
Monday, May 23, 2016
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District 14-4A teams representing Van Zandt County performed exceedingly well throughout the 2016 season and beyond, as Canton, Van and Wills Point all qualified to compete in the playoffs.While... + continue reading

The Wills Point Post Office combined efforts with local residents May 14, collecting non-perishable food items as part of the annual National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Donations received and collected by post office employees will be distributed to food banks in an effort to help fight hunger in the local community.
Monday, May 23, 2016
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For the 24th year in a row, letter carriers across the United States could be counted on to display concern, compassion and commitment to their postal customers—and to the communities in which they... + continue reading

Wills Point Middle School, represented by teacher Jami Johnson, accepted a grant of $1,500 from the TangerKIDS Grants program May 12. The grant received by WPMS will be benefit the school for the 2016-'17 school year.
Monday, May 23, 2016
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Tanger Outlet Center Terrell was excited to announce three individual schools in the Terrell Area as this year’s recipients of a TangerKIDS Grant. In keeping with Tanger Outlets’ mission to support... + continue reading

High honor graduates Harlan Gatlin, Andrew Hardman, Whatley Jones, Katlyn Lamar, Micaela Brewer, Kolton Adams, Kameron McEnturff and Hosea Carroll took center stage during the annual WPHS Scholarship and Who's Who Program May 12.
Monday, May 23, 2016
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Wills Point High School recognized the achievements of the Class of 2016 during the annual Scholarship and Who’s Who Program May 12, announcing that students had combined to earn more than $1 million... + continue reading

Riley Ramsey made the final start of his high school career May 14, allowing just two earned runs in 5 2/3 innings of work.

Newcomer of the Year: Seth Wilson

The Wills Point Post Office combined efforts with local residents May 14, collecting non-perishable food items as part of the annual National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Donations received and collected by post office employees will be distributed to food banks in an effort to help fight hunger in the local community.

Wills Point Middle School, represented by teacher Jami Johnson, accepted a grant of $1,500 from the TangerKIDS Grants program May 12. The grant received by WPMS will be benefit the school for the 2016-'17 school year.

High honor graduates Harlan Gatlin, Andrew Hardman, Whatley Jones, Katlyn Lamar, Micaela Brewer, Kolton Adams, Kameron McEnturff and Hosea Carroll took center stage during the annual WPHS Scholarship and Who's Who Program May 12.

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Wills Point's Shelbi Walser returned to the 4A State Track and Field Meet in Austin May 14, looking to defend her state title in the girls shotput wheelchair competition.In her first trip to Austin's Mike A. Myers Stadium, Walser blew away the field with a best throw of 14'... + continue reading
05/23/2016
The Wills Point Tiger tennis program once again proved itself to be one of the best in the state regardless of classification throughout the 2015-’16 school year, adding multiple individual and team titles to its resume throughout the Fall and Spring seasons.The most recent... + continue reading

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Senior Riley Ramsey got the start and win in the clinching game of Wills Point’s bi-district round win over Crandall May 7.
05/12/2016
The Wills Point Tiger baseball team has been no stranger to postseason baseball, perennially qualifying to compete in the playoffs. Postseason play in recent seasons has been short lived, however, with the Tigers being bounced from the bi-district round every year since 2012.Wills Point broke through that barrier this year in a big way against... + continue reading
05/12/2016
The Wills Point Police Department upgraded its fleet May 6, taking possession of a brand new 2016 Police Chevrolet Tahoe paid for through a federal grant. The fully equipped police vehicle was paid for with Federal Department of Justice funds secured by the police department. It has numerous new safety features including back up camera, back up... + continue reading
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The North West Van Zandt Crime Watch held their spring meeting on May 7 at the home of Carolyn Minor.The program for the day was a meet and greet with the two candidates for VZC sheriff, Dale Corbett and Ron Carroll, and newly elected Pct. 3 Commissioner Keith Pearson.Each candidate addressed the group and answered questions. Election day for the... + continue reading

Followers of Christ Church in Wills Point will host a four-day missions conference later this month. The event will feature pastors from the area as well as from other parts of the world.
05/12/2016
Followers of Christ Church, located on Highway 751 in Wills Point, will be the host once again for an annual gathering of pastors and missionaries from around the world for a four-day conference May 25 through 28. Begun in 1997 by founding Pastor David Bridges, the vision has been that every church become “missions-minded.”This year’s theme... + continue reading
05/12/2016
Students in Rebecca Sharp's fourth grade GT class recently visited the Van Zandt County Regional Airport.  Students were given a tour of the facilities and were able to climb aboard an airplane thanks to Weldon and Caleb Massey.  Students also got to see Caleb land a plane.  Students enjoying the outing were Kelcie Doering, Yuri... + continue reading

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Wills Point Middle School, represented by teacher Jami Johnson, accepted a grant of $1,500 from the TangerKIDS Grants program May 12. The grant received by WPMS will be benefit the school for the 2016-'17 school year.
05/23/2016

High honor graduates Harlan Gatlin, Andrew Hardman, Whatley Jones, Katlyn Lamar, Micaela Brewer, Kolton Adams, Kameron McEnturff and Hosea Carroll took center stage during the annual WPHS Scholarship and Who's Who Program May 12.
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Wills Point's Shelbi Walser returned to the 4A State Track and Field Meet in Austin May 14, looking to defend her state title in the girls shotput wheelchair competition.In her first trip to Austin's... + continue reading

Cassidy Wilcoxson steps up from the baseline to play a sinking shot at this year’s 4A State Tennis Tournament.
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The Wills Point Tiger tennis program once again proved itself to be one of the best in the state regardless of classification throughout the 2015-’16 school year, adding multiple individual and team... + continue reading

Riley Ramsey made the final start of his high school career May 14, allowing just two earned runs in 5 2/3 innings of work.
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Newcomer of the Year: Seth Wilson
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Senior Riley Ramsey got the start and win in the clinching game of Wills Point’s bi-district round win over Crandall May 7.
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Athletic Director Greg Cranfill speaks during the WPHS Spring Athletic Banquet.
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Groundwork began this week on the new general marketing and manufacturing center to be constructed in Wills Point. Leslie M. James is the contractor. Plans call for the 115 x 275 foot structure to be... + continue reading
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There was a light turnout for the primary election held Saturday throughout Van Zandt County. Approximately 3,224 votes were cast. Van Zandt’s voting strength is approximately 3,855. Van Zandt county... + continue reading

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The Van Zandt County Library had a guest reader for Storytime May 13.  Author LeDann Henley came and read her book “Shimmy-Shimmy Shamrock and the Legend of the Leaves.”  The children then... + continue reading
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Patrons attending the Myrtle Springs Alumni “Straw Hat” Dinner Theater were entertained by the Canton High School Show Stoppers Choir April 30. The choir is one of the groups organized and under... + continue reading

Students got to make a paper plate fish and used jewels at VZC Library Storytime May 6.
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