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Rusk County sheriff, community cite success in first term

Rusk County sheriff, community cite success in first term

Since Rusk County’s sheriff has completed his first year in office, Henderson police officials said they have noticed more interdepartmental communication between the city and the county law enforcement agencies.

Rusk county hosts SWAT training

Police officers from all over East Texas made their way to Rusk county, and it's all to keep our streets safer.  KETK was given an exclusive look into a day of SWAT team training.  The Rusk county sheriff's office is
3A All-State team features several area athletes

3A All-State team features several area athletes

Quarterback Blake Bogenschutz, receiver Tee Goree and offensive lineman Adrian Goodacre, who spearheaded an explosive Carthage offense that propelled the Bulldogs into the Class 3A Division I state championship game, were first-team selections
Henderson City Council tours industrial park

Henderson City Council tours industrial park

The City Council hit the road for its last meeting of 2013, leaving City Hall to take a tour of the town’s industrial park with representatives of the Henderson Economic Development Corporation.
Tree of Angels participants remember crime victims

Tree of Angels participants remember crime victims

Julie Anna Sanders was a Christmas baby and her mother, Margaret Sanders, had a chance to remember her at a Tree of Angels ceremony this Christmas.

Increased burglaries in East Texas counties

Rusk and Cherokee counties have recently seen a number of burglaries.  "We need the general public out there watching out for each other,"  said Jeff Price, Rusk County Sheriff.  Price also says theres been an increase
ETX man sentenced to 45 years in prison for home burglary

ETX man sentenced to 45 years in prison for home burglary

A Rusk County man was sentenced, Thursday, to 45 years in prison for a May 2013 home burglary.
Henderson Syrup Festival drips thick with memories

Henderson Syrup Festival drips thick with memories

Members of the Rusk County Syrup Team crushed, cooked and stirred sugar cane Saturday all while laughing about jokes and stories now more than two decades old.
Henderson Syrup Festival offers peek at 19th-century life

Henderson Syrup Festival offers peek at 19th-century life

Things might get a little sticky Saturday in Henderson, but the 25th Heritage Syrup Festival should provide a sweet time for all.
Henderson voters to elect council, board members

Henderson voters to elect council, board members

Voters in Henderson will go to the polls today to elect city council and school board members.
Plans for Rusk County refinery reborn

Plans for Rusk County refinery reborn

A refinery for Rusk County is once again in the pipeline as a new partnership has identified a shuttered facility it plans move to the West Rusk County Consolidated ISD.

Phil Kuchinsky and Garrett Sanders preview Nacogdoches @ John Tyler and Kilgore @ Henderson

KETK's Phil Kuchinsky was live at 5:00 at Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium. Garrett Sanders was live in Henderson. They were previewing tonight's big high school football games.
Former Henderson High School English teacher sentenced to 10 years in prison on child porn charges

Former Henderson High School English teacher sentenced to 10 years in prison on child porn charges

A 43-year-old Henderson, Texas, man has been sentenced to federal prison for child pornography violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.
Wild horse, burro expo coming to Henderson Nov. 8-9

Wild horse, burro expo coming to Henderson Nov. 8-9

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will hold a wild horse and burro adoption in Henderson, Texas, November 8 - 9, 2013.
Rusk County chooses early start for employee health fair

Rusk County chooses early start for employee health fair

The Rusk County Employee Health Fair is set to begin at 7 a.m. Oct. 22 and 23 — an hour earlier than originally planned. And it will be run by the Commissioners Court rather than County Treasurer Karen Dobbs-Vaughn and her staff.