Monthly Archive: February 2012

Feb 28

Golf tournament slated, sponsors needed

Rangerette Forever Alumni Association will host the second annual Forever Classic Golf Tournament, set for 8am Sat., April 14, at Southern Hills Golf Club in Gladewater. The tournament will be a two-man scramble and will be limited to 50 teams. Entry fee is $150 per team, which will include a bucket of balls for the …

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Feb 28

College financial aid workshop coming

Any student and family planning to attend college are encouraged to get help applying for college financial aid by attending a free FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) on Sat., March 17 and Sun., March 18 from 2-3 pm at the Longview Public Library, 222 W. Cotton Street. Students and their families are strongly …

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Feb 28

Are you BalanceD?

By Caty Millburg Nutrition Expert The time to make a difference in your health is now!  With the current rate of obesity and obesity related diseases in the United States, our country is in need of a healthy lifestyle overhaul. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), East Texas is no exception.  In 2008 …

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Feb 28

Dancing for the heart

Youngest Clogger, Connor takes the floor with Mom, Tiffany Hall.

Good Shepherd Medical Center (GSMC) recently hosted one of the biggest health fairs in the region.  It was dubbed “A Fair of the Heart,” and local residents availed themselves of various free health screenings with values up to $100. The screenings included height/weight, complete lipid profile, glucose testing, blood pressure and body fat. Attendees also …

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Feb 28

Empty homes need additional insurance

By Jason Alderman There are many reasons why someone might leave their home unoccupied for months at a time. Maybe you moved to another state and your old house is languishing on the market; or you can no longer afford your mortgage so you’re working out a short sale and couch-surfing at your sister’s house; …

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Feb 28

Bacteria easy to thwart with vaccine

Pneumococcal disease kills about 40,000 people in the U.S. yearly- roughly 25% more than auto accidents. Many potential victims don’t get the one shot that could protect them from a potentially deadly infection of the lungs, the blood or the covering of the brain, Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) immunization officials say. The …

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Feb 28

Retail Development Coordinator attends summit

Diana Northcutt, Retail Development Coordinator with the Longview Chamber of Commerce, is  attending the ICSC Open Air Summit in Dallas Feb. 29- Mar. 2, 2012. The Open Air Summit is the best source for high level exchange of ideas of the Open Air Shopping Center sector; including Landlords, Retailers, the Capital Markets Participants, all Advisors, …

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Feb 28

Dogan Middle School celebrates 50 years

Former principals, teachers, students and staff joined the current team of students and staff at Dogan Middle School in celebration of the school’s 50th Anniversary. The ceremony, titled “I Remember When,” highlighted Dogan’s 50 year legacy as part of Tyler’s rich history. Originally named Dogan Junior High School, the campus opened its doors to 462 …

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