Monthly Archive: April 2011

Apr 28 2011

ETMC offers free forum on stroke warning signs

ETMC will offer a free KnowledgeFirst Forum on Thursday, May 5, at noon at the ETMC Pavilion on the warning signs of stroke with Dr. Allison Hennigan with the ETMC Neurological Institute. “East Texans face one of the highest stroke mortality rates in our state, and we are working to change that by providing stroke …

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Apr 21 2011

District 3 candidates air views and qualifications

The Longview Chamber of Commerce has hosted the three candidates for the City Council District 3 seat–local businessman  and concerned citizen Wray Wade, community organizer Victoria Wilson and community servant and businesswoman Kasha Williams.  The three expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to share their opinions with chamber members. Wade started out by informing his …

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Apr 21 2011

SWEPCO committed to protecting the environment

Friday, April 22, marks the 41st anniversary of Earth Day. Activities during this time each year remind us of the need for protecting our earth and practicing environmental consciousness in all aspects of life. “AEP Southwestern Electric Power Company’s (SWEPCO) commitment to environmental quality is a strong and ongoing one,” says Brian Bond, SWEPCO Vice …

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Apr 21 2011

Ditch the dessert

As part of the Fit City Challenge, Tyler City Manager Mark McDaniel has challenged local civic, social and business organizations to ditch the dessert during the month of May at luncheon meetings. “The mission of the Fit City Challenge is to improve the health of our community one step, one bite and one health conscious …

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Apr 21 2011

Alma and Alex Williams congratulate Archbishop John L. Lawson

My family and I would like to show our gratitude to the prophet, preacher, teacher, Overseer and friend Archbishop John L. Lawson.  You were there for my sister Beverly Alex Jones and I in our time of urgent need. You have been an encouragement to several members of my family especially to my husband Calvin …

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Apr 21 2011

Consumer Alert: Fraudulent call targets state employee following Internet security breach

Last week, the Texas Comptroller’s Office publicly announced that the names, addresses, Social Security numbers and driver’s licenses of more than three million Texans were inadvertently stored on a publicly accessible website. The information exposed on the website included data from the Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS), the Texas Workforce Commission and the Employees …

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Apr 21 2011

LETU students take first place

From left: Andy Farrell (faculty), Asher Sherburne, Jason Hewes, Tommy Regier, Patrick Harney, Steve Routh and Becky Teerink (faculty).

LeTourneau University aviation students placed first, second and third individually and won first place for the school when they recently competed at the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association competition in Fort Worth.PAMA is the premier aviation maintenance organization for aviation maintenance technicians which fosters continuous improvement in aviation safety.LETU aeronautical science majors took the top three …

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Apr 21 2011

Duke University honors sixteen Foster scholars

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Sixteen Foster Middle School students earned state honors this school year for their scores on college entrance exams. The Foster students are among the top 25 percent of Duke University’s annual 16-state talent search. The Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) identifies and supports academically talented students. Students identified to participate in the TIP …

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