Delta County – After 70 years, Lake Creek First United Methodist Church closed its doors this past Sunday.
The church was forced to close due to lack of attendance. In fact, there hasn't been a service there since January.
Lake Creek FUMC held its initial service on Mother's Day, 1941. The building and land will likely be sold, and members will hold a special meeting soon to decide the distribution of the inside furnishings.
Most former church members will continue at the Methodist church in Enloe or Cooper.
Roxton – A recent string of burglaries and thefts have prompted residents in rural Lamar County to form a Neighborhood Crime Watch.
Residents of the City of Roxton area met Tuesday night in City Hall to kick off the program. Participants discussed what they need to take a look at what can be done to make the area more secure and safe.
Commerce – The Commerce ISD is reminding residents Friday is the deadline to nominate persons to this year's Hall of Honor class.
The program was instituted to recognize former CISD and Norris School students who have had distinguished careers and staff who have made a significant impact on students. The program is in its second year.
You may pick up nomination forms at the CISD Administration Building at 3315 Washington St. or download from www.commerceisd.org.
Campbell – Questions have arisen into numerous charges made on the district-issued credit card of former Campbell ISD Superintendent Strike Franklin.
An investigation by CBS 11-TV in Dallas show credit card statements from Franklin, who resigned in February, of more than $10,000 on overnight stays in Austin, San Antonio and Lake Texoma at high-end hotels and a resort. The documents show another charge for nearly $1,500 on a family trip to New York and more than $1,300 toward Dallas Mavericks tickets.