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Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at City Hall located at 111 W. Main Street, Whitesboro, Texas, for Whitesboro Economic/Industrial Development Corporation at 1:00 PM , for discussion and consideration of expenditures related to Lighting for Field # 4 (New T-Ball field) at Whitecotton Park. Citizens unable to attend this hearing may submit their comments to Economic/Industrial Development Director Lynda Anderson, WEDCO, and P.O. Box 340, Whitesboro, Texas 76273. If special arrangements or assistance is required please call 903.564.4000.


City of Whitesboro is looking for a full time Municipal Court Clerk. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent, certification from Municipal Court Training Center or able to attain certification within a year. Demonstrate strong knowledge of Microsoft Office, ability to perform accurate filing and scheduling tasks. Knowledge of general office computer hardware, software and networking preferred. Starting pay will be dependent on experience. Taking applications until position is filled. Applications available at City of Whitesboro, 111 W. Main, Whitesboro, Texas 76273, (903) 564-3311.

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Boy Scouts Honor Whitesboro Hero Charlie Baum

“Life is good. I do not harbor any animosity for the things that happened to me. Would I do it all again? Yes, I sure would. We’re the luckiest people on earth. You’ve got to go through something to appreciate it.” ~~ Charlie Baum

These words seem surprising coming from the man that enlisted voluntarily in the Army Air Corps, endured the 100 mile Bataan Death March, survived forty-two months as a prisoner of war, and weighed eighty-six pounds when he was freed. Whitesboro native Charles Baum, World War II veteran, was the epitome of honor, courage, valor, and fortitude. Lest the sacrifice of this hero be forgotten, a local Boy Scout is on a mission to create a lasting memorial to Mr. Baum.

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Charlie Baum Charlie Baum Life Story
by Jaquita Lewter

More than sixty years ago, Charlie Baum found his world turned upside down because of events in a place most Americans had never heard of, a rocky peninsula on the island of Luzon in the Philippines, which separates the South China Sea from Manila Bay. It is called Bataan.
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Charles Edison Baum was born on July 19, 1917, in Whitesboro to George Campbell Baum Sr. and Callie White Baum. He is a great grandson of Captain Ambrose B. White, who founded Whitesboro in 1848. He was the youngest of three boys. G. C., Jr., and Al Baum were his older brothers. He also had a half-sister, Nettie Baum Ashley.

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