Monthly Archive: June 2011

Jun 21

Center to offer camp

The Glass Recreation Center has teamed up with Texas College to offer a week-long youth basketball camp. The camp is for boys and girls grades 3-12 and will be offered in two different sessions, based on age.  Both sessions will be held at the Glass Recreation Center Gymnasium, 501 W. 32nd St. Session I, for …

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Jun 21

Women’s Self Defense Clinic slated

The City of Tyler Parks and Recreation Department is offering a Women’s Self Defense Clinic on Saturday, July 23, 2011 from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at the Glass Recreation Center, located at 501 West 32nd Street. “When you can recognize and respond to dangerous situations, you will be more confident in your everyday activities and life,” …

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Jun 21

Golfing ‘fore’ PIP

The City of Longview Partners in Prevention’s Mentoring Advisory Council and Friends of Partners in Prevention are sponsoring the Drive to Inspire Golf Challenge benefitting the Partners in Prevention Mentoring Program. Shotgun start will be held at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, June 25, at Wood Hollow Golf Course, 5121 McCann Road. Registration deadline for the four-person …

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Jun 21

Big Coal buys access to 4th graders

By Jim Hightower If some predator were stalking fourth graders in your community, there’d be a mighty uproar to make the predator get away and stay away from your schools. But what if the stalker were the coal industry, dressed in an academic outfit in a gambit to brainwash fourth-graders? Unbeknownst to most Americans, grade …

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Jun 21

Sideshow candidate

By Donald Kaul I recently wrote a column suggesting that my “lamestream media” colleagues give Michele Bachmann more love. As the most Republican of the Republican candidates, she deserved more attention, I said. They took me seriously. In the recent New Hampshire GOP debate, she emerged as the star. Television networks, newspapers, and blogs all …

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Jun 21

McDiabetes: Top docs tell McDonald’s to stop marketing junk

By Patti Lynn McDonald’s should heed a call from some of the nation’s leading health professionals and stop marketing junk food to kids. It certainly has good reason to do so. One in three children is at risk for developing type 2 diabetes at some point in their lives as a result of diets high …

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Jun 15

A “come to Jesus” meeting?

By Jan White Recently, a friend commented to me that she had a “come to Jesus meeting” and then she shared what had happened in her life.  Hearing the words “come to Jesus meeting” made me wonder about the origin and meaning of the familiar phrase. Several sources state that the phrase has its origin …

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Jun 15

Beware the dangers of social networking

By James J. Jackson In just a few years, an explosion of social networking sites, such as FaceBook, Twitter, U-tube, etc., have arrived on the Internet  These sites allow us to find lost friends and family members, get and stay in touch with others. Social networks are often used to spread prayer requests to others, …

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