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UPDATE: 9:55 p.m., Nov. 18 According to a press statement from Tyler Junior College, a shooting incident occurred around 10:45 a.m. on Nov. 18 between a TJC police officer and an armed suspect, later identified as Pedro Martinez, Jr., age 66, who has died at a

As of March 19 all in-person and hybrid classes at Tyler Junior College will be temporarily moved to an online format, and online courses will continue as planned. TJC announced a tentative return to campus on April 6, following Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order. Abbott gave an update on the

Graphic by Cecilia Kohl Story updated March 20. The Coronavirus is putting a pause on global events ranging from sports and concerts to school closures in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. For the health and safety of students in Texas, institutions and universities have closed

Tyler PD is currently searching for a Black male. six blocks north of the main campus. Suspect has been identified as Demedrick Hunter, according to the Van Police Department. Hunter was being transported from the hospital to jail. When he noticed that the officer escorting

As Tyler Junior College is wrapping up the semester, they hope that you will take a minute to come join them at the 6th Annual Winter Wonderland on Wednesday, November 29 on Jenkins Lawn from 1 to 4 PM. Activities will include a snow

PRESS RELEASE: October 5, 2017 TJC Campus Police are conducting an investigation regarding an incident of sexual assault that was reported yesterday. The incident took place on or around 09/28/2017 and occurred in a TJC residence hall. At this time, the investigation is continuing but TJC is requesting all female

BRIANNA HARMON Sports Editor A smile that lit up a room, a goofy personality that could make anyone laugh, a heart that cared for everyone and a master fisherman. These are just a couple of things that stood out most to 19-year old Cameron Taye Brooks close

BRIANNA HARMON Sports Editor Students say gun shots were fired at a unofficial block party held by students outside of Crossroads Hall last night, September 18th, 2017, around 10:30 p.m. Staff Writer Isaiah Thornton and Crossroads resident states that he heard one gunshot then proceeded to take off