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Monday, August 14, 2017
Twenty-nine year old Ontarius Cardae Morris was indicted late last week in the May 5th death of 23-year-old Ja Darek De Shawn Moss. Morris allegedly shot Moss, killing him, early in the moring of May 5th in Terrell, and fled. Two weeks later, Morris turned himself in to Texas Rangers after a murder warrant was issued for his arrest. Morris is held in Kaufman County Jail pending bonds totalling $1.25 million dollars.

A public hearing on the proposed 2017 Tax Rate for the next fiscal year is on the agenda for tomorrow evening's meeting of the Terrell City council. That public hearing the first of two required by state law on the tax rate, which is the same as the current year, but is higher than the effective rate by 2.6351 cents. The city staff if recommending to the council an increase of 10% in water rates in the city, since the North Texas Municipal Water District has raised its rates to customer cities. A public hearing on this increase is also on tomorrow's agenda for the council. A third public hearing will be held tomorrow evening on a proposed increase in the municipal storm water rate, which will be used to fund the city's new drainage master plan as well as improve drainage throughout the city, according to city staff. The public hearings are your chance to voice your opinion on the items the council is considering. The Council meeting is tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock in the council chambers at Terrell City Hall.

Public hearing dates will be officially set today on the upcoming fiscal year's county tax rate during the regular meeting of the Kaufman County Commissioners. The hearing dates under consideration are August 21st and August 28th at 9 a.m. Commissioners today are also considering setting August 28th at 9 a.m. as the time of a public hearing and adoption of the proposed county budget for the next fiscal year.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

The most entertaining ABBA tribute on the market today features a 7-piece band who has toured the world. Originally from Sweden, ABBA swept the world with their music in the 1970ís with songs like Waterloo, Mama Mia and Dancing Queen. The premiere ABBA Experience.