Cumberland Presbyterian Church threw open its doors this week for a public organ concert with all its freshly restored and remodeled glory on display. Light poured into the sanctuary through brightly colored stained glass windows illuminating Bible verses capping the walls just below the ceiling. The dignified chancel invites prayer and meditation. Cumberland Presbyterian was… Read More Historic Church Shines During Holy Week Services
By BOB PALMER Jimplecute News Editor James Ross Hein III was sentenced to 10 years in prison after his conviction for indecency with a child/sexual contact in Marion County District Court March 5. After his release from prison, Hein III will be required to register as a sex offender. Hein III has filed an appeal.… Read More District Court Acquits One, Convicts Two
Hot, black and fresh is how most of us like our coffee. Others prefer a sufficient dose of cream and sugar as well. While others like more than just straight coffee. They want some foam on top or espresso blended with their favorite milk. And they like to order their coffee by using more than… Read More Who Makes Your Favorite Coffee in Jefferson?
By BOB PALMER Jimplecute News Editor Jefferson Mayor Charles “Bubba” Haggard advised aldermen Tuesday that the March 30 vandalism of the city’s Tourism Building on East Austin Street could cost upwards of $25,000. “They clogged up the lavatories with paper towels and turned on the water,” Alderman Victor Perot explained. Baseboards and about three-feet of… Read More Council Told Tourism Building Vandalism to Cost $25,000; City Urged to Go Carefully on Building Inspector Proposal
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The Jefferson Jimplecute is proud to participate in the Today’s Front Pages online exhibit at the Newseum in Washington D.C. Each Thursday, the front page of The Jimp is posted along with more than 800 newspapers from around the world. In addition to our Front Page, this week’s edition includes: JISD and City of Jefferson Candidate Questionnaire Responses Historic Church Shines During… Read More Today’s Front Page via the Newseum | April 18, 2019
From Staff Reports The Bulldog baseball team kept their playoff hopes alive with a pair of wins over district opponents, downing Hughes Springs on Friday and Daingerfield on Tuesday. “We are currently in third place in district (tied with Hughes Springs at 8-4) and can make a deep playoff run if we can stay focused… Read More JHS Baseball Team Targets Playoffs
Mr. Ronnie Derrick died on April 10, 2019 at the age of 69 in Jefferson. He was born on January 3, 1950 in Vallejo, California. Services for Mr. Ronald Thomas Derrick, 69, of Jefferson, Texas are currently pending under the direction of Haggard Funeral Home. A memorial guestbook may be signed at http://www.haggardfuneralhome.com. (Please contact us… Read More Obituary | Ronnie Derrick
An opportunity to hear and see the Jefferson City Council candidates in the May 4 elections has been scheduled for tonight at the Jeffersonian Institute. The event is sponsored by the Jeffersonian Institute, Marion County Chamber of Commerce and the Jefferson Jimplecute and begins at 5:45 P.M. On the ballot for city aldermen in Ward 1 are Tyler… Read More ►VIDEO: Jefferson City Council Candidate Responses | May 4 Election
An opportunity to hear and see the JISD School Board candidates in the May 4 elections has been scheduled for tonight at the Jeffersonian Institute. The event is sponsored by the Jeffersonian Institute, Marion County Chamber of Commerce and the Jefferson Jimplecute and begins at 5:45 P.M. All three incumbent JISD trustees have announced for re-election. Two… Read More ►VIDEO: JISD School Board Candidate Responses | May 4 Election