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A little better coverage of showers can be expected Wednesday as deeper moisture should move northward off the Gulf.  The next cold front will be in our area Friday morning with scattered showers and thunderstorms rather likely Thursday evening into Friday.  Cooler and drier air will take over this weekend.



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28th Annual Kirbyville Magnolia Festival wraps up

KIRBYVILLE - The 28th Annual Kirbyville Magnolia Festival was held over the weekend at Magnolia Park.

Visitors enjoy carnival rides, food, arts & crafts, classic cars, and much more during the event.

On Saturday morning, the Magnolia Festival Parade was held on Highway 96, and it drew throngs of spectators who lined the sides of the highway.

The parade was led by the parade marshall, Sheriff Mitchel Newman, and he was accompanied by his wife, County Clerk Debbie Newman. The Newmans were followed by Kirbyville Mayor Lynette Hall.

According to the parade judges, the winning float was the entry from Trout Creek Baptist Church, which featured the theme of "Fishing For Souls", and the second place entry came from Avalon Place Nursing Home, and their float was decorated like an old western saloon.

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