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Trinity Standard
P.O. Box 712 Trinity Texas 75862
Phone (936) 594-2126 Fax (936) 594-7547
email: trinity.standard@gmail.com

 

Trinity Standard
Burke's Center gives presentation  
Trinity County receives Safety Award  
Trinity County Fair generates over $159,000 in sales  
Application process for CERTZ grant funding underway  
Kalin's Center to hold steak and stomp  
Local graduates from University of Houston  
Local students named to Dean's List  
Trinity Volunteer Fire Department celebrates 100 years  
Barrett's missing funds found by Texas Rangers  
Better Business Scam Alert  
Youth wins calf scramble at rodeo  
Felony marijuana charge  
Juvenile facility to open in Crockett  
VFW Post 6899 kicks off their 2014 scholarship program  
Water Rights and Other Questions Discussed By Real Estate Center Staff  
New rock for County Roads  
New tax information available for Trinity County taxpayers  
Apple Springs man faces felony charges  
ETMC prepares for blood drive  
Controlled burns planned  
All-State players  
Breaking the Cycle event slated for Jan. 18  
Van thief apprehended  
Man-hunt brought to a close  
Sex offenders must be registered  
Lawsuit dismissed by Federal Judge  
Two charged with aggravated robbery  
Senior ministry slated  
Officers seek shooters  
TISD surpasses achievement  
Chamber elects new members  
Officers seek suspect  
Head Start seeks donations  
Light up Trinity  
Celebrity Waiter event successful  
Judge Elizabeth Coker to Resign as 258th Judicial District Judge  
Service of Citation compensation reviewed  
Finances, construction discussed  
Students, teachers mourn loss  
McCrory hosts election school  
Scholarship fundraiser successful  
Meth bust lands three in jail  
Rodeo fun held Oct. 5  
Store owner gets arrested  
Felony possession charges filed  
Mickey's House open to public  
Road hazard removed  
Youth earn $61,705 from fair auction  
K-9 Deputy Mundra catches fleeing felon  
Seat belt safety eyed by Police Department  
County halts truck traffic  
Trinity anglers claim Texas crappie titles  
Pct. 3 JP given reprimand  
Police rescue infant from parked vehicle  
Tickets available for celebrity waiter gala  
Crime Stoppers halt fund raising  
TMHD adopts 12¢ tax rate  
Annual 'Golf War' launches Oct. 12  
Three held following home invasion  
Unemployment falls to 7.6%  
Council accepts on sewer system bids  
County given 2nd DSHS health contract  
County ready to halt truck traffic on Trinlady  
'Improvement required' at local schools  
Driver charged with DWI after fire destroys car  
Hit-and-run probe begins on death  
Traffic stops end in 3 meth arrests  
Art exhibits sought for 64th annual fair  
Celebrity event benefits SAAFE House  
Pct. 2 deputy cited for saving constable  
Two charged with attempted burglary  
Cemetery vandals identified by police  
School board eyes new budget  
Sales tax income climbs by 19.2%  
County radio okayed for deputy constable  
2013 theme picked for community fair  
New president named for local bank  
Nursing program proposed for THS  
Traffic stop yields 2 lbs. of marijuana  
Tax appraisal district revises 2014 budget  
Local church vans damaged, stolen  
'Thru truck' ban tabled by county  
Kalin's Center items destroyed by vandals  
BBQ cook-off to benefit 356 VFD building  
Firefighter injured during woods blaze  
Trinity police host softball tournament  
Unemployment rises to 7.3%  
Truck rules opposed on Trinity area roads  
Raises approved by school board  
Appraisal district budget under fire  
Suspect in 2010 check scam nabbed at casino  
Trinity sales tax income up by 5.5%  
Inmate labor offered to non-profit groups  
Hot check cases land in county attorney's lap  
Temple to purchase Kalin's Center building  
ETMC blood drive slated on July 12  
Scholarships to Trinity seniors top $289,000  
Two injured in altercation  
Water well grant approved  
Eight Tigers picked for all-district teams  
Break-in, gunshots lead to two arrests  
Vandals damage 150 tombstones  
Unemployment falls to 7.1%  
Open house set at new pediatric clinic  
$1.3 million bid accepted for LES expansion  
Bizarre lake incident sends 1 to jail  
Schools take part in Ag in Classroom  
Tigers sweep Mildred; move to area playoffs  
Trinity's April sales tax income dips 19%  
Early voting begins  
Officers 'verifying' local sex offenders  
Biding underway for downtown sidewalks  
Road repair work awaiting funding  
Funding cuts close Groveton Head Start  
Kalin's fundraiser generates $58,800  
Minimum $1,200 pay raise eyed by TISD  
Anti-drug march hits streets May 3  
Karnes appointed to TMHD position  
Coker is switching to Republican Party  
County returns $42,000 to TCAD  
Home program, mental health officer approved  
Pay hikes discussed for Trinity teachers  
4 charged with public intoxication  
'Severe' water shortage declared  
Church burglary suspect jailed  
Child molester sentenced to 170 years  
Election canceled due to lack of candidates  
Unemployment climbs to 8.2%  
Chlorine gas leak sends one to hospital  
County approves home program  
Armed teachers discussed by TISD board  
Filing underway for local position  
Robbery suspect now in custody  
One injured in Sunday shooting  
Corley surrenders at district court hearing  
County delays action on housing program  
Suspect sought for online solicitation  
Board approves $1.5m for school expansion  
Four Tigers picked for all-state defense  
Indecency with a child charges filed  
King steps down from TMHD board  
Robbery suspect sought by police  
Unemployment rate climbs to 7.3 percent  
City council eyes housing program  
County's past-due tax collections climb  
Annual TCCS gala slated Jan. 26  
Special Olympics team forming  
Teen arrested on burglary charge  
Prices provide aid to ‘Sandy’ victims  
Burglary warning issued by police  
Hernandez convicted of kidnapping, rape  
Two-day manhunt ends with arrest  
TISD eyes security in wake of Sandy Hook  
Burglars make 2 failed attempts  
Unemployment falls to 6.7%  

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Located in Trinity just north of the Trinity River in what is known as the Trinity Peninsula. Annual events include the two-day Trinity Community Fair the last weekend in September, with old-fashioned livestock show and auction, agricultural exhibits, horticulture, fine art, etc. and a carnival. In December, Santa Claus comes to town to the Christmas at the Crossroads celebration. This event includes live music, arts and crafts vendors, lighting the Christmas tree and a visit with Santa for the children. On July 4th, the festivities include a barbecue cookoff, a street dance and special fireworks display. The Standard covers all these and much more as well as school sports, and city and county government. Trinity is an historic town with character to match. The paper attempts to exhibit the character of the residents (old and new) and the town.



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