MARSHALL Ã¯Â¿Â½ The East Texas Electric Cooperative claims the actions of the Sierra Club to stop the co-op from constructing coal-fired generators will only result in higher electric bills for rural customers, according to a recent lawsuit.
Columnist John G. Browning U.S. District Judge Harold Barefoot Sanders Jr. died Sept. 21 at his Dallas home at the age of 83. Friends and colleagues remember Judge Sanders as a "larger than life" figure who helped make history by desegregating Dallas schools, among other accomplishments.
Atrium Hotels has filed a breach of contract complaint against three insurance companies, alleging they have refused to pay the total sum Atrium is seeking and have refused to abide by a contract that demands they appoint an appraiser if a cost agreement cannot be reached.
Kay Van Wey A Beaumont couple has filed suit on behalf of their deceased son against a medical clinic, a pharmacy, two physicians and two pharmacists, alleging their son died after he took pills prescribed to him.
Transit Mix Concrete and Materials Co. has filed a breach of contract complaint against Civco Management Group, Paha Legacy and Harley Shofner, alleging they failed to pay the balance due on products they were delivered.
Crystal Beach aerial photo taken Sept. 8, a few days before Hurricane Ike made landfall. Judge Bob Wortham's beach house is indicated by the arrow. When the first aerial pictures of Crystal Beach after Hurricane Ike came out, it looked like Judge Bob Wortham's house was one of the few beachfront structures still standing.