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Jacksonville bluebirds helping those in need

All across the city of Jacksonville there are wooden bluebird whirligigs lining the streets.
Boil water rescinded for Jacksonville area

Boil water rescinded for Jacksonville area

On March 13, 2013 the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) required Craft-Turney Water Supply Corporation, PWS No.
Boil water notice issued for area near Jacksonville

Boil water notice issued for area near Jacksonville

Due to conditions which have occurred recently in the water system, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has required the system, (Craft-Turney Water Supply) to notify all the customers involved in the repair area to boil their water p
Unusual circumstances surround Jacksonville blaze

Unusual circumstances surround Jacksonville blaze

A charred home is all that remains following a major house fire in Jacksonville early Tuesday morning.

Hundreds have a 'ball' at annual Texas Testicle Festival

The annual Texas Testicle Festival draws a crowd by the hundreds, festival organizer Brandy Bannister tells KETK, “Just so many amazing people that show up.”

Stoney Burke calf fry fundraiser

Every year the annual Texas Testicle Festival's "Calf Fry" has benefited the Cal Farley's Boys Ranch in Amarillo but this year after an unfortunate passing of an East Texas cowboy, the proceeds went to a different cause:

Region 14 Tournament: Blinn defeats Jacksonville

The Jacksonville Lady Jaguars season came to an end Friday at UT-Tyler with a 75-62 loss to Trinity Valley.

Kilgore Beats TVCC, J'ville falls to Lee

Phil Kuchinsky has scores and highlights from the Region 14 basketball tournament. For more JuCo scores and the tournaments schedule, click here.

JISD hopes to add full time Pre-K classes next fall

The Jacksonville School District will possibly be adding a full time pre- kindergarten class to all four of their elementary schools. Jacksonville Pre-K students only attend school for three and a half hours a day.
Cherokee County's "Relay for Life" helps fight cancer

Cherokee County's "Relay for Life" helps fight cancer

A cancer treatment breakthrough could come from East Texas. Cherokee County's "Relay for Life" was selected to be part of an American Cancer Society Prevention study.
2 arrested after man refuses to leave hotel, leads Jacksonville police on chase

2 arrested after man refuses to leave hotel, leads Jacksonville police on chase

A man was arrested by Jacksonville authorities Friday morning after he refused to leave a local hotel, then led police on a foot chase into a creek bed .
Judge confirms final bankruptcy plan for Lon Morris College

Judge confirms final bankruptcy plan for Lon Morris College

A final bankruptcy plan submitted on behalf of Lon Morris College by attorneys from the Texas offices of McKool Smith has been confirmed by Judge Bill Parker of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Texas in Tyler.
Judge confirms final bankruptcy plan for Lon Morris College

Judge confirms final bankruptcy plan for Lon Morris College

A final bankruptcy plan submitted on behalf of Lon Morris College by attorneys from the Texas offices of McKool Smith has been confirmed by Judge Bill Parker of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Texas in Tyler.
Jacksonville ISD approves purchase of Lon Morris property

Jacksonville ISD approves purchase of Lon Morris property

On Friday, the Jacksonville Independent School District Board of Trustees approved the purchase of the Gymnasium, Administration Building, and approximately 50 acres of land and assets from the Lon Morris Bankruptcy Estate for $1,530,000, subje

Jacksonville Beats Corsicana, Now 30-0

The Jacksonville Indians defeated Corsicana 54-44 on Friday night. With that win, the boys team is now 30-0 on the season. KETK was at the game, check out the video for highlights.