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The Canton Eaglettes will start their bid for a second consecutive Class 4A playoff berth this week when they open District 14-4A play on the road against the Mabank Lady Panthers Sept. 21.

Monday, September 24, 2018
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The Canton Eaglettes took two more steps towards the start of district play last week, splitting matches against Crandall and Rusk. Canton opened its week at home, tangling with the Crandall Lady... + continue reading

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Senior quarterback McGwire Martin stiff arms a Mt. Vernon defender to the ground during the Eagles 29-28 come from behind win.

Monday, September 24, 2018
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 The Canton Eagles pulled off a comeback for the ages during their home opener against Mt. Vernon, storming back from a 21-7 fourth quarter deficit to stun the Tigers 29-28 with a last second... + continue reading
Monday, September 24, 2018
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The TVEC Charitable Foundatoin has awarded a grant for $3,000 to the Children’s Advocacy Center of Van Zandt County. The grant was awarded Sept. 4. The TVEC Charitable Foundation is funded by... + continue reading
Monday, September 24, 2018
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  The city is always trying to hold down expenses and you can really help out your city sewer/waste water budget.   Here’s a quick list of things you should toss in the trash—not... + continue reading
Monday, September 24, 2018
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 During the First Responders Banquet held Sept. 11 at the Canton Civic Center, Canton Mayor Lou Ann Everett, far right, honored Canton Fire Chief Bud Sanford, left, and Canton Police Department... + continue reading

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09/24/2018
 The Canton Running Eagles hosted their invitational on Sept. 15 with approximately 12 schools attending. Canton performed well overall, bringing home several top individual and team finishes at the event.The varsity boys team finished third overall. Jonathan Bourquin... + continue reading
09/24/2018
 September 4North/South, first, Kay Mitchell and Ann Bennett; second, JoAnn Parten and Nelda Avent; third, Mary Lawrence and Joy Scallan.East/West first, Betty Wilkinson and Mary Priest; second, Valerie Chapman and Jean Roach; third, Sue Ritschel and Rosalyn Tulllos.... + continue reading

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09/24/2018
 A historical marker dedication was held for Thomas Jefferson Towles Tuesday, Sept. 18, in Hillcrest Cemetery. The event was hosted by the Canton Main Street Program and the Van Zandt Historical Commission. VZC Commissioner Pct. 4 Tim West welcomed guests to the dedication and VZC Commissioner Pct. 3 Keith Pearson led the invocation. VZC... + continue reading
08/30/2018
For the second consecutive weekend, the Canton Eaglettes stayed within the confines of Van Zandt County for tournament action as the traveled to Edgewood Aug. 23 and 25 to compete against 15 other area schools at this year’s installment of the Back to School Dig-Fest.Competing in a field that included host Edgewood, Cumberland Academy, Scurry-... + continue reading

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The Canton Eagles are scheduled to open the 2018 season on the road this week, traveling to Tyler tomorrow night (Aug. 31) for a showdown with the Grace Community Cougars. Canton and Grace last played in week two of the 2017 season with the Eagles pulling away late for a 42-31 victory.

08/30/2018
The Canton Eagles enjoyed another solid campaign in 2017, playing their best football late in the season to finish with a 6-5 record overall in a bi-district round playoff appearance. Outside of a 10-point loss to Wills Point, Canton dominated both offensively and defensively once District 6-4A play. The Eagles hammered Ferris by 23 points,... + continue reading
08/30/2018
  Canton High School student Justin Burch has been battling health issues pretty much since birth but what he is going through currently is arguably his biggest challenge.Justin, 15, along with his parents, Todd and Amanda Burch, flew to Philadelphia Aug. 25 for Justin to begin a series of treatments at the Children’s Hospital in... + continue reading

The Canton Eaglettes, runners-up in District 13-4A last season, will look to reach the playoffs once again when they compete against teams including Athens, Brownsboro, Mabank, Van and Wills Point in 2018.

08/08/2018
  Student-athletes participating in cross country, football and volleyball returned to the grind over the past week with two-a-day workouts getting underway in anticipation of the 2018-’19 fall athletic season. Cross CountryThe Canton Running Eagles have consistently been among the most successful programs in Van Zandt County,... + continue reading

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Photo by David Kapitan

The Canton Eaglettes will start their bid for a second consecutive Class 4A playoff berth this week when they open District 14-4A play on the road against the Mabank Lady Panthers Sept. 21.

09/24/2018
The Canton Eaglettes took two more steps towards the start of district play last week, splitting matches against Crandall and Rusk. Canton opened its week at home, tangling with the Crandall Lady... + continue reading

Photo by David Kapitan

Senior quarterback McGwire Martin stiff arms a Mt. Vernon defender to the ground during the Eagles 29-28 come from behind win.

09/24/2018
 The Canton Eagles pulled off a comeback for the ages during their home opener against Mt. Vernon, storming back from a 21-7 fourth quarter deficit to stun the Tigers 29-28 with a last second... + continue reading

Photo by David Kapitan

The Canton Eagles are scheduled to open the 2018 season on the road this week, traveling to Tyler tomorrow night (Aug. 31) for a showdown with the Grace Community Cougars. Canton and Grace last played in week two of the 2017 season with the Eagles pulling away late for a 42-31 victory.

08/30/18

The Canton Eaglettes, runners-up in District 13-4A last season, will look to reach the playoffs once again when they compete against teams including Athens, Brownsboro, Mabank, Van and Wills Point in 2018.

08/08/18

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09/24/2018
  Justice of the Peace Pct. 2 Judge Sandra Plaster released stats for the court from Aug. 1-31, 2018. Actions by Judge Plaster in the JP Pct. 2 Court:Magistrated 29 cases; conducted one... + continue reading
09/24/2018
  The city is always trying to hold down expenses and you can really help out your city sewer/waste water budget.   Here’s a quick list of things you should toss in the trash—not... + continue reading

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09/24/2018
 September 4North/South, first, Kay Mitchell and Ann Bennett; second, JoAnn Parten and Nelda Avent; third, Mary Lawrence and Joy Scallan.East/West first, Betty Wilkinson and Mary Priest; second... + continue reading
08/30/2018
Members of the Canton Fire Department are set to kick off the fire fighter’s annual Fill the Boot fundraising campaign to help the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) find urgently needed treatments... + continue reading