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City of Tyler welcomes new Fire Chief

After a five month search, the City of Tyler has selected David Coble of Fort Worth, Texas, as the new fire chief and will officially start this position on Nov. 7. Coble served as the executive assistant fire chief for Fort Worth for the past seven years and was the acting fire chief for most …

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Water Quality Continues to be Compliant

Tyler Water Utilities continues to improve drinking water quality, as testing results from ongoing monitoring show. The latest readings from all eight sampling sites are below the maximum contaminant level threshold of 60 parts per billion (ppb) for haloacetic acids. After customers received notice of the exceedance of haloacetic acids in the drinking water last …

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Exhibit to feature Mexican Folk Art

The Tyler Museum of Art (TMA) and Hispanic Professionals Association of Tyler (HPAT) are teaming up for a special week long exhibition showcasing signature pieces from the TMA’s vast collection of Mexican folk art, as part of the local community’s celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month. The exhibition will feature a display of more than …

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Author Meet and Greet

The Friends of the Tyler Public Library is proud to announce that inspirational romance writer Becky Wade will be at the Tyler Public Library showcasing several of her books in the lobby on Sept. 24 from 1 to 4 p.m. The public is invited to meet the author and purchase copies of Undeniably Yours, A …

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KC Small Business Development Center to offer QUICKBOOKS for Small Business Owners

By Joycelyne Fadojutimi The Kilgore College Small Business Development Center (KCSBDC) is hosting two hands-on QuickBooks courses tailored for small business owners and their managers. The courses are titled QUICKBOOKS for Small Business Owners and Managers (LEVEL 1 and LEVEL 2) as part of the fall semester’s curriculum. Both courses are CEU Certified, and students …

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Humanity’s Delightful Habitat Honored

Story by Kelly Bell The ladies held sway last Thursday night as all enjoyed appetizers, cocktails, a basket raffle and an enchanting show in which handsome men (also known as “Studs”) runway-modeled decorative construction studs in hopes of winning the lusted-after Stud of the Year Award. These decorated construction studs also participated in the Bling-A-Stud …

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