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• A woman reported that someone she knew took her car without permission around 3 p.m. Saturday from the 2200 block of West 13th Avenue.
• A pistol was stolen from a car soemtime between Jan. 2 and Saturday in the 2300 block of West Third Avenue.
• A complainant reported that someone he knew hit him in the face around 5 p.m. Thursday in the 800 block of MLK Boulevard.
• A home was burglarized Saturday in the 500 block of East 14th Avenue.
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• Vandals did more sthan $6,000 worth of damage to Wolf Creek Park Jan. 4 at Navarro Mills Reservoir, destroying picnic tables, breaking lights in the bathroom and pavillions and toilet seats in the bathroom, punching holes in the bathroom walls, pulling up and breaking signs and even the covers on the pavillion lights. There are no suspects.
• Four loose cows were found Jan. 7 at the intersection of FM 309 and Southeast County Road 3250 near Kerens.
• Two mares, one brown and one tan, were found loose Jan. 5 on SE CR 1098 near Corsicana.
• Thieves stole video games, a computer tablet, and a television/DVD and damaged a door Jan. 6 on FM 709 near Purdon.
• A blue, rusty 16-foot flatbed trailer with two ramps was taken Jan. 7 from NW CR 2004 near Corsicana. It was valued at $1,200. The thieves cut the lock off a gate to take the trailer away. The suspect’s vehicle was described as a red Chevy pickup with loud exhaust.
• Car burglars broke into three trucks Jan. 6 that were parked on SW CR 3140 near Purdon.
• A generator and a push lawnmower were noticed missing Jan. 5 from a shed on NW CR 0143 near Rice. They were valued at $950.
• A laptop and an iPad computer were taken Jan. 4 from a home just off Interstate 45 near Angus.
• A 15-inch saddle and a bridle worth a combined $135 were taken from a building Jan. 5 on NE CR 2021 near Kerens.
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City proposes route changes for Clean-Up Day
For more than 10 years, Navarro County and the City of Corsicana have co-hosted a county-wide clean-up day. For most residents, it means an opportunity to take their bulk trash to the city’s landfill for free.
City to consider rules for airport, swear in new attorney
The Corsicana City Council will swear in the new city attorney, and consider requests for money from local charities when the group meets in regular session at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the council chambers of the Government Center, 200 N. 12th St. The new city attorney will be Kerri Anderson Donica. She ran unopposed for the position, along with Municipal Judge Mike Russell.
CISD to hire architects for new campus
The Corsicana ISD Board of Trustees will consider selecting an architectural firm for the new middle school when the group meets in regular session at 6 p.m. Monday, 601 North 13th Street.
New pocket park planned
A former plumbing supply shop that has since become nothing more than one wall and one partial wall, is going to become the latest city park in Corsicana.
Navarro College students to attend prestigious piano academy
They’re different as daylight and dark — she loves soccer and history, he loves math and science. She hails from Flower Mound, he from Malaysia. She is bubbly, outgoing and excited; he is a bit shy, somewhat reserved.
• A woman was arrested for trying to interfere in the serving of two felony warrants around noon Thursday at an apartment at 4301 W. Highway 31.
May 15 to July 31
The Navarro Council of the arts presents "With Six You Get Eggrolls" A Fine Art Exhibit featuring the works of Helen Albritton, Barbara Jones, Gladys Espenson, Deb Miller, Stephanie Ford, and Margie Taylor at the Warehouse Gallery from May 15 to July. Exhibit is free and open to the public daily.
Monday jury for Judge Lagomarsino dismissed
Jury for District Court Judge James Lagomarsino for Monday, May 20, 2013 has been dismissed.
Texas residents missing after tornadoes found safe
People who were missing in the wake of the destructive tornadoes in North Texas have been found safe, officials said Friday, but they didn't indicate when residents of one hard-hit neighborhood will be allowed to return to survey damage to their homes.
Police department open house Tuesday
The renovation of the Corsicana Police Department got a bit more involved than it was originally intended to. An error with some concrete resulted in water flooding city hall, and forcing replacement of carpeting and flooring. As well, the renovations quickly led to renovations of the municipal court, as well.
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