Monthly Archive: February 2011

Feb 17

Little Women coming to town

The famous play Little Women will open at 7:00 p.m. on March 3 at the ArtsView Childrens’ Theater at 313 West Tyler in downtown Longview.  Based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott it is the chronicle of the March sisters (Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy) as they grow up in the North during and …

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Feb 17

Self-defense clinic for women

The Tyler Parks and Recreation Department Buy Viagra Online will host a women’s self-defense clinic from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on cash loans Sat., Feb. 19 at the Glass Recreation Center, located at 501 W. 32nd. Cost for the clinic is $25 per person. For more information or to register, call the Glass Recreation …

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Feb 17

Free tax filing available

The 2010 federal income tax filing deadline, is just around the corner. For Texans trying to wade through their federal income tax return, it can often be challenging. Fortunately, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) stand ready to assist taxpayers with information on preparations services. A new service offered this …

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Feb 17

Deadline looms

Texas Comptroller Susan Combs is reminding families in Texas of a last chance to enroll their potential college students in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund before tuition hikes and various fees charged by public colleges and universities go into effect.  The current program will end February 28. The Fund enables participants to lock in undergraduate …

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Feb 17

Transitioning from the military

Reentering the civilian workforce after a career in the armed forces can be challenging even during the best of times. But with today’s economic uncertainty and high unemployment rates, retiring and discharged military personnel may need extra help to develop a game plan and manage their personal finances during that transition. The issue has gained …

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Feb 17

Combs to distribute $654M

Comptroller Susan Combs announced today the state’s sales tax revenue in January was $1.83 billion, an increase of 10.4 percent compared to January 2010. “Sales tax revenues have now improved for the last ten months, reflecting increased activity in almost all major economic sectors,” Combs said.  “The strongest growth was from sectors fueled by business …

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Feb 17

Wesley-McCabe celebrates 12 years of merger

Wesley-McCabe Methodist Church had its humble beginnings in 1896 in the home of one John Patillo.  Seven members comprised the congregation.  A Reverend Taylor Moore was the first (and unpaid) pastor, but following several brief pastorates the Reverend S.W. Johnson was assigned to the church.  Influenced by Johnson’s powerful preaching several more people joined the …

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Feb 17

A hero’s welcome

Darren Taylor is a Texas State Trooper, but he does more than just patrol our highways.  He serves as a lieutenant-colonel in the National Guard Air Force, which he has been a member of for almost twenty-five years.  Most recently he has worked to rebuild Iraq, and takes his job very seriously. “It is overwhelming …

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