Thursday, February 23, 2017
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Local firefighters were called to a structure fire on CR 3112 off of FM 2328 on Thursday. The blaze started off as a brush fire but heavy winds spread it to an old barn which was engulfed in flames in a short time. + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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By Tim Emmons temmons@casscountynow.com Human beings handle emotions in different ways. For many the hardest emotion to deal with is grief. The loss of a loved one can leave a void in one’s life that no earthly being can fill, but the staff at Hanner Funeral Service is committed to helping... + continue reading
City Attorney Gary Albertson speaks before the Linden City Council Monday evening.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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By Ben Woods bwoods@casscountynow.com The Feb. 13 Linden City Council meeting had a standing-room-only attendance of more than 60 citizens. At issue was a proposed repeal of an amendment to the Linden Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) bylaws that was approved by the council in... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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From Staff Reports Northeast Texas Publishing, LP has named John Dilmore as editor and publisher of the Atlanta Citizens Journal and The Cass County Sun. Dilmore started Monday and replaces Randy Grider at the position. “I’m excited about this opportunity, and looking forward to getting to... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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By Randy Grider randy@casscountynow.com CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital-Atlanta dedicated its expanded emergency department with a blessing ceremony and ribbon-cutting this past Wednesday. The $900,000 expansion project increased the emergency department from five rooms to 10 rooms specifically... + continue reading
City Attorney Gary Albertson speaks before the Linden City Council Monday evening.

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02/22/2017
By John Dilmore john@casscountynow.com The Atlanta City Council on Monday voted to cancel its subscription to the Code Red weather warning system, choosing to invest that money instead in future upgrades to the city’s system of early warning sirens. The Code Red service, for which the city... + continue reading
02/22/2017
By John Dilmore john@casscountynow.com The city’s animal control personnel are warning local residents that two raccoons carrying distemper have been seized recently, indicating that the illness – which has normally run its course by this time of year – is lingering longer than usual. “When I... + continue reading

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02/01/2017 - 0 comment(s)
At 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 1, four Atlanta athletes signed their letters of intent to further their athletic careers. Tristan Allen (LA Tech), Desmond Robinson (SFA), Kelton Young (Midwestern State University) will go for football and Teshuna Sheppard (UCA) will go for track. See the entire... + continue reading
01/27/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By Tim Emmons temmons@casscountynow.com As the old saying goes, “it’s not whether you win or lose its how you play the game”. Bloomburg’s star basketball player, Zach Giles, is a testament to that statement. Zach was born with Down syndrome but that hasn’t been a hurdle for the young Wildcat... + continue reading
01/26/2017 - 0 comment(s)
125 years ago, Atlanta native began amazing journey    By Randy Grider randy@casscountynow.com Bessie Coleman’s brief, but adventure-filled, pioneering life began here in Cass County 125 years ago Thursday. By the time of her tragic death in 1926, Bessie had left a legacy that... + continue reading

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02/22/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By Tim Emmons  temmons@casscountynow.com On Feb. 16, the Lady Bulldogs’ softball team played a make-up game against James Bowie due to the rain at the beginning of the week. The game was... + continue reading

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02/22/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By John Dilmore It’s no small feat for a business or other local institution to survive over a long period of time. People’s tastes and needs, both real and perceived, are always changing.... + continue reading

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01/26/2017 - 0 comment(s)
125 years ago, Atlanta native began amazing journey    By Randy Grider randy@casscountynow.com Bessie Coleman’s brief, but adventure-filled, pioneering life began here in Cass... + continue reading