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Rangers Fan Fest feeds off new manager, hopeful turnaround

Rangers Fan Fest feeds off new manager, hopeful turnaround

A year ago, Roger and Wanda Wilson of Pleasant Grove were 13th in line at Globe Life Park for the annual Rangers Fan Fest.
Henderson resident travels to Australia for professional disc golf event

Henderson resident travels to Australia for professional disc golf event

John Cloutier just needed to get out of the house. With two grown children leaving — and after a nudge from his wife to find a hobby — Cloutier tried a few different things to occupy his all-of-a-sudden free time.
Two East Texas softball players to continue playing in college

Two East Texas softball players to continue playing in college

Two East Texas softball players have decided to continue playing at the collegiate level. Winona's Kamya Moore signed a letter of intent Friday to play volleyball at Southwestern Christian College in Terrell.
SFA Mauls Bearkats For First Place, 79-68

SFA Mauls Bearkats For First Place, 79-68

 The Stephen F. Austin men's basketball team used a hot start and well-balanced attack to take over first place in the Southland Conference with a 79-68 victory over Sam Houston State on Saturday evening inside Bernard G.
No. 17/18 Texas Basketball falls to No. 11/14 Kansas, 75-62

No. 17/18 Texas Basketball falls to No. 11/14 Kansas, 75-62

  Isaiah Taylor led all scorers with a season-high 23 points, while Jonathan Holmes added 14, but the No. 17/18 Texas Longhorns fell to the No.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick: 'We followed the rules of the game'

Patriots coach Bill Belichick: 'We followed the rules of the game'

 As controversy continues over underinflated footballs used in Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts, New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick insisted Saturday that the Patriots organization had done nothing wrong.
'Mr. Cub' Ernie Banks dies at 83

'Mr. Cub' Ernie Banks dies at 83

 Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks died Friday in Chicago, family attorney Mark Bogan said. Banks was 83. The circumstances surrounding his death were not immediately available.
Center ISD hires seasoned, state championship-winning athletic director in Barry Bowman

Center ISD hires seasoned, state championship-winning athletic director in Barry Bowman

An East Texas school district has plucked a state championship-winning coach to take the reigns over their football team and athletic program.

BAD LIP READING: What could have been said during the 2015 NFL season

When we sit down with our snacks to watch our favorite NFL team take the field, we almost always think to ourselves, "I wonder what they are saying down there?".
Tom Brady weighs in on 'Deflategate': 'I didn't alter the ball'

Tom Brady weighs in on 'Deflategate': 'I didn't alter the ball'

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said Thursday he didn't deflate footballs at Sunday's AFC championship game. "I didn't alter the ball in any way," Brady told reporters.
National Signing Day to take place February 4, KETK wants to recognize your athletes

National Signing Day to take place February 4, KETK wants to recognize your athletes

One of the most anticipated days of the year for college sports fanatics is just a day away. National Signing Day will take place on Wednesday, February 4.
Mavs are coming through in the clutch

Mavs are coming through in the clutch

 The Mavs have been money when it’s mattered this season.
Join No. 8 women's basketball for Texas Traditions Day on Sunday, Jan. 25

Join No. 8 women's basketball for Texas Traditions Day on Sunday, Jan. 25

 Fans attending the Texas Women's Basketball vs. Iowa State game on Sunday, Jan.
Sabine’s Stephens to play softball for Texas Woman’s University

Sabine’s Stephens to play softball for Texas Woman’s University

Getting an opportunity to play a college sport is a rarity in itself. The chance to play with your sister at your dream school would be icing on the cake.
Weights can help kids grow if done right

Weights can help kids grow if done right

 When Juvarrs Lampkin first stepped into the weight room as an 11-year-old sixth grader, he said he was intimidated.