Monthly Archive: January 2012

Jan 31 2012

Museum honors black history

Black History Then and Now is the theme of the Gregg County Historical Museum’s 2012 salute to African-American history. This month-long exhibit opened February 2 and features a timeline of American Black History, spiced with a chronicle of local black history and how it relates to black history nationally. Photographs, documents and various artifacts will …

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Jan 31 2012

LISD seeking super

The Longview Independent School District (LISD) Board of Trustees is offering former Superintendent Dr. James E. Wilcox a second term as interim.  The panel has already unanimously voted to hire an interim superintendent and assigned Board President Dr. Sam Satterwhite the task of offering the post to Wilcox.  Salary has yet to be established, but …

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Jan 30 2012

Talking finances with your Valentine

By Jason Alderman As you and your spouse celebrate Valentine’s Day over a candle-lit dinner, you may want to avoid romance-killing topics like, “Honey, let’s talk about our financial future.” But you really should have that conversation sooner rather than later to keep your relationship on a healthy footing. Major life changes may require you …

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Jan 30 2012

Destroy our future

I’m forming my very own Super PAC. By Donald Kaul Newt Gingrich has a Super PAC called “Winning Our Future.” Mitt Romney’s is called “Restore Our Future.” I know, technically Super PACs don’t belong to candidates. But only innocents like Boy Scouts and the Supreme Court believe that. In the real world, this new kind …

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Jan 30 2012

The 1 Percent Candidate

The 1 Percent Candidate There’s a secretive effort by mega-rich Wall Street titans to place a presidential candidate on the ballot in November. By Peter Hart Think big money and Wall Street have too much influence over national politics? Not to worry: A third-party presidential candidate bankrolled by hedge funds will fix all of that. …

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Jan 30 2012

Defining Christianity downward

By Tom Flannery I once heard a pastor named Fred Price in California tell of a time back in the 1970s when he and a friend visited a church in downtown Los Angeles.  They had heard that God was moving there and miracles were taking place, so they wanted to check it out for themselves. …

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Jan 30 2012

Supermarket tricks that make us spend more

By Mary Hunt I’ve always thought of myself as pretty sharp when it comes to spotting supermarket trickery. I’m not even fazed by an end-cap display announcing, “Special.” I know their ways. They hope we’ll just assume that “special” means “super cheap sale.” But we’re so much smarter than that. Which is why I was …

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Jan 24 2012

Museum cover AT&T Yellow Pages

Neina Kennedy, Museum Director; Edwin Graves, AT&T Advertising Solutions Area Market Manager; Dee Farmer, Senator Eltife’s district director;  Candice Gast, AT&T external affairs director; and the Honorable Gregg County Judge Bill Stoudt  attend the unveiling of the new AT&T Yellow Pages at the Gregg County Historical Museum.

The Gregg County Historical Museum personnel, volunteers, board members, community members and AT&T executives were delighted to unveil the cover of the new Greater Longview AT&T Real Yellow Pages directory featuring the Everett Building, home to the Gregg County Historical Museum. Tammy Cromer-Campbell took the cover photo, which highlights the structure’s rounded bay and recessed …

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