Monthly Archive: January 2011

Jan 20 2011

Former president fingers Williams for Senate

Ex-President George H.W. Bush has given his blessing to businessman and past Texas Secretary of State Roger Williams to fill the coming vacancy when Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson retires in 2012. Bush was not sparing in his praise. “Roger Williams is a good man, a wonderful friend and an accomplished business leader who still understands …

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Jan 20 2011

Feeling the pinch?

Between holiday shopping bills now coming due, increased winter heating bills and the upcoming income tax season, many people are feeling the pinch. Your best bet for getting back on track is probably to trim expenses. Here are several ideas – big and small – that might do the trick: • Lower your thermostat. Each …

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Jan 20 2011

Two tax credits to help college costs

The American Opportunity Credit is up to $2500 per eligible student   and the Lifetime Learning Credit is $2000 per student. “To qualify for either credit, you must pay postsecondary tuition and fees for yourself, your spouse or your dependent,” said Clay Sanford, an IRS spokesman Generic pharmacy in Dallas.  “The credit may be

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Jan 20 2011

East Texans share Dr. King’s dream

“We are grateful to God for what He did through Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., so we are here to celebrate the God that gave Dr. King the success,” – Pastor J.D. Palmer. Although Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. started out as an obscure Baptist preacher, his calling soon led him far from the pulpit.  …

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Jan 20 2011

Students devise novel retirement gift

What is a good parting gift for someone who has spent 40 years teaching school?  Many might say a watch to mark the retiree’s remaining time, or a book to read to pass this time.  Douglas Elementary fourth-grade teacher Tom Rhodes knew exactly what he wanted.  He wanted his pupils to read–to read words by …

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Jan 20 2011

Fundraising bash

Leave east Texas for a beautiful European soiree that buy buying viagra online cialis brand will benefit the Longview Symphony. The evening will be filled with delectable cuisine and drinks from Europe. You will Model Railroad Print Out Buildings also enjoy live jazz in the company of friends. This wonderful evening will take place at …

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Jan 20 2011

SPRING: Local young singers tuning up

Every Wednesday from 2:30 to 4:30 the members of the East Texas Youth Chorus (ETYC) will be coming together at Kilgore College’s (KC) Anne Dean Turk Fine Arts Building to rehearse their golden throats. These home-schooled teens use their vocal talents to add an aspect of the fine arts to their home-based curricula.  It is …

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Jan 20 2011

City council approves system to improve traffic

The Tyler City Council took a decisive step forward in their effort to improve traffic flow today when they voted unanimously to expand the City’s adaptive control system (ACS). The ACS system uses cameras to detect traffic volumes and makes signal timing adjustments in real time. “The ACS system is like having a traffic engineer …

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