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Tarleton Police Department’s grand opening for new building is set for July 19th

By Latricia Powell— Managing Editor The new building for Tarleton State University’s Police Department (PD) is almost fully completed. Tarleton police Chief
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Tarleton Police Department’s grand opening for new building is set for July 19th

Memorial Stadium Renovation begins with the addition of new turf

By Ashley Inge— Executive Producer According to tarletonsports.com, the Tarleton State University Memorial Stadium Renovation has officially begun with the removal
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Memorial Stadium Renovation begins with the addition of new turf

72 warrants are out for 24 Tarleton students for hazing

This story was corrected on 6/14/2017 at 9:20 a.m.   Ashley Ford — Guest Writer Two months after the alleged hazing events that hospitalized
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72 warrants are out for 24 Tarleton students for hazing

Sodexo overall rated low on nutrition

This story has been revised to correct the number of universities served and to clarify the relationship between Sodexo corporate
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Sodexo overall rated low on nutrition

Letter from the editor: Covering controversial topics when you’re a people pleaser

By Quanecia Fraser — Editor-in-chief “Quanecia, you’re too nice,” are four words that followed me throughout my childhood and adolescent years. In middle
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Letter from the editor: Covering controversial topics when you’re a people pleaser

Tarleton professor chosen as Vice President of Southwest Education Council for Journalism and Mass Communication

By Ashley Inge — Staff writer Dr. Liza Benedict, an assistant professor in the communications department at Tarleton State University, was chosen
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Tarleton professor chosen as Vice President of Southwest Education Council for Journalism and Mass Communication

Poverty impacts Erath County, especially children

By Veronica Morales—  Guest writer  Poverty isn’t just an urban problem. It hits home – even in a small town like Stephenville. In
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Poverty impacts Erath County, especially children

Former Tarleton basketball player turned Harlem Globetrotter to star in reality television series

By Quanecia Fraser — Editor-in-chief Standing at 6 feet and 6 inches tall, Davene Carter was a giant of an athlete at
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Former Tarleton basketball player turned Harlem Globetrotter to star in reality television series


Recent Sports Stories

Memorial Stadium Renovation begins with the addition of new turf

By Ashley Inge— Executive Producer According to tarletonsports.com, the Tarleton State University Memorial Stadium Renovation has officially begun with the ...
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Former Tarleton basketball player turned Harlem Globetrotter to star in reality television series

By Quanecia Fraser — Editor-in-chief Standing at 6 feet and 6 inches tall, Davene Carter was a giant of an ...
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TexAnn golf success continues

By Danny Hernandez— Staff Writer The TexAnns won their 10th Lone Star Conference Championship on April 25 at the Frisco ...
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Recent State & US Stories

Tarleton students, many first-time voters, plan to vote for ‘lesser evil’

This story was based on reporting by Sienna Antoniolli, Victoria Blake, Victoria Brown, Emilee DeForest, Shelby Drews, Bailey Driskill, Christopher ...
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Pence tries to win over conservatives despite Trump gaffes

By: Brian Slodysko INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Since his selection as Donald Trump's running mate, Mike Pence has tried to stay ...
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Faculty senate speaks out about teaching with firearms in the classroom

By Ashley Ford— Editor-in-Chief Updated on March 17 @ 10:00 a.m. Tarleton State University’s faculty senate encourages professors to "confront 'sensitive topics' boldly and openly" even ...
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