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More than 200 female high school students will gather at Panola College in Carthage, Texas, Wednesday to find out what it’s like for women to work in the energy sector. 

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The State Historian of Texas Bill O’Neal of Carthage will debut his new book on Texas icon Sam Houston Tuesday, March 1 at Panola College. The prolific writer has penned more than 40 books. This latest one explores Sam Houston’s leadership abilities.

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Panola College in Carthage, Texas, officially cut the ribbon on a health and natural sciences building Monday.

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Fall classes at Panola College are another month away, but Chandler Brooks, 22, of Carthage, Texas, is eager to get back into the classroom to finish up her final year of nursing school. Earlier this summer, she spent a week in the remote villages of Belize delivering basic medical care through the Nacogdoches-based Project Belize. Her group saw almost 1,000 patients.


Panola College in Carthage, Texas, will open its first large-scale exhibit Wednesday. 

The exhibit, “Spirited: Prohibition in America,” is organized by the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia and made possible through the National Endowment for the Humanities’ On the Road Initiative.

Panola’s library services director Cristie Ferguson says the exhibit came in 21 crates, and many people at the college had a hand in setting it up. They cleared almost the entire first floor of Panola's M.P. Baker Library to make room for it.