Posted: Feb. 18, 2020 at 3:24 p.m. CST By BOB PALMER Jimplecute News Editor JEFFERSON – A Marion County indictment accusing Heather Elizabeth Johnson, 27, of an “improper relationship between educator/student” names the wrong high school as her place of employment. The Marion County Grand Jury alleged that Johnson “on or about the 1st day… Read More Teacher Indictment for ‘Sexual Intercourse’ with JHS Student Contains Error, Mistake Could Have Resulted in Not Guilty Verdict
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By Austin Farmer JHS Campus Editor JHS Choir Hits A New High Note at Solo & Ensemble Contests MARSHALL – Congratulations to the following choir members for receiving a first division rating at UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest Feb. 7: Vocal Solo, Carmen Bradley (9) Ensemble, Charlie Brown (11) Vocal Solo and Ensemble, Collin Cawood… Read More JHS Choir, Band & Color Guard Members Excel at Solo & Ensemble Contests
Special to the Jimplecute Having no combat fought on its soil, Texas was lucky to escape the battlefield horrors of the American Civil War. It wasn’t until after the War’s close that Texas and its inland port of Jefferson were occupied by Federal troops. By June 18, 1865, the Eighth Illinois Infantry had crossed the… Read More Black History Month | Outrages During Reconstruction
By BOB PALMER Jimplecute News Editor JEFFERSON – Misty Gaye Gamble apologized in district court Friday to Marion County Deputy Alisha Riehl for spitting in the officer’s face. 276th Judicial District Judge Robert Rolston required the apology as part of the suspended sentence for five years he handed down to Gamble on Jan. 29 on… Read More Woman Apologizes in Open Court For Spitting in Deputy’s Face
Publish Date: Jan. 28, 2020 Kirkus Reviews Three Gardner fan favorites—FBI agent Kimberly Quincy, Sgt. D.D. Warren of the Boston Police and serial-killer survivor-turned-vigilante Flora Dane—team up to untangle a series of murders and lots of small-town secrets, in the Georgia hills. On a hike in the hills outside the quaint tourist town of Niche,… Read More Book Review | “When You See Me”
It’s Like This By Bob Palmer JEFFERSON – Pct. 4 Commissioner Charlie Treadwell made an error Monday. “Thomas Jefferson wrote the Constitution when he was 33 years of age,” Treadwell claimed at the commissioners court meeting. Fact Check: Thomas Jefferson was 44 and living in Paris as the U.S. ambassador to France at the time… Read More Sanctuary
By Bob Palmer What’s a girl to do after being dumped by the baddest dude in town? If you are Harley Quinn who’s been kicked out by the Joker, you cut your hair and join “Birds of Prey,” superhero girls out to save Gotham. There was a reason this movie was released first to IMAX.… Read More MOVIE REVIEW | “Birds of Prey”