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- Breaking News
City tax election now called off
Pauls Valley officials have voted to call off, at least for now, an election on a proposed half-cent sales tax to support the local hospital.
A mission of honor
It’s literally a mission from God for one Pennsylvania man as his long journey to honor a special group of people brought him to Pauls Valley earlier today.
Hospital Tax Vote Delayed, Riddle Resigns
Last night’s Pauls Valley City Council meeting was full of breaking developments for members of the governing body as well as Pauls Valley General Hospital as both Mayor Billy Riddle bowed out his post and a vote was approved to rescind a proposal for a sales tax.
Water park opens for first time
It was a scurry of activity the moments leading up to today’s official opening for the brand new water park at the Reynolds Recreation Center in Pauls Valley.
Pool opening delayed after inspection
Area residents are no doubt chomping at the bit as they await a chance to line up for good times at Pauls Valley’s Aquatics Center, but as of Wednesday the latest news was that there will be at least one more delay.
Chamber director to step down
The director of Pauls Valley’s Chamber of Commerce has announced her intention to step down from the position this month.
Body found in PV creek bed
The shocking discovery of a dead body being discovered in a portion of Rush Creek in Pauls Valley came early this morning.
Crime is target of new program
The Garvin County Sheriff’s Department is kicking off a brand new neighborhood watch program for homes and businesses throughout all rural areas of the county.
Hospital board disbanding, Authority will take charge
The campaign toward a more sustainable future for Pauls Valley General Hospital still has a way to go before all necessary wounds are healed and it was at a special meeting Monday where the latest method of treatment was set in motion.
Big bond here in Texas stabbing
A Texas man is being held in Garvin County’s jail on a $2.5 million bond Thursday on allegations he used a knife to murder two people, including a young boy, in the Ft. Worth area.
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