Monthly Archive: April 2012

Apr 17

High-speed collusion

Verizon wants to ink cartel-like deals with a cabal of cable companies — its former competitors — to resell each other’s products. By Joel Kelsey The iPad3. The Kindle Fire. The Galaxy Nexus. It seems like every few months an amazing new wireless device is unveiled. Consumers benefit from all this wireless innovation. However, the …

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Apr 17

Rubio’s false promise

He’s on the wrong side of too many issues that matter to Latinos. By Raul A. Reyes Sen. Marco Rubio will release his memoir, An American Son in June. In what his publisher is billing as an inspirational story, the Florida Republican writes about his family’s emigration from Cuba and details the sacrifices that his …

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Apr 17

A “Christian view” of immigration?

By: William Cripe Sr. A “Christian view” of immigration is challenging.  I openly confess, sometimes my “Americanism” clouds my Christianity. Since the Scriptures tell the story of a nation whose very history is one of divinely directed immigration, the issue might seem pretty straightforward.  In reality, the Bible does not deal with it directly. By …

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Apr 12

JIMMY ISAAC

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A paralyzed Gregg County woman has filed a lawsuit against Longview Transit after she said she suffered a head injury when her scooter tipped over and she fell out. Ethel Rene Allen filed suit against Longview Transit Management Inc. and its driver, Longview resident Ray Charles Bowie, on March 28 in federal court in Marshall. Longview Transit is …

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Apr 10

Preventing abuse

Roxanne Stevenson

The Martin House Childrens’ Advocacy Center of Gregg and Harrison counties serves East Texas as a non-profit facility dedicated to helping victims, aged 3 to 17, of abuse. Children who have been mistreated and their non-offending relatives can receive counseling and referral services at no cost. The Center also works with law enforcement, child protective …

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Apr 10

Understanding the Glycemic Index

By Caty Millburg- Nutrition Expert Clean eating doesn’t have to be agonizing. By making a few adjustments and substitution, most of us can be well on our way to a healthier lifestyle.  Familiarizing ourselves with the Glycemic Index is often a great place to start.  The glycemic index is a measure of how quickly certain …

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Apr 10

Rodeo Arena opens after renovation

The Longview Rodeo Arena at the Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Complex is opening following a major renovation project. A ribbon cutting will be held at 10 a.m., Thursday, April 12, at the Longview Rodeo Arena, located at 100 Grand Blvd. The first event in the renovated facility will take place on Saturday, April 14, …

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Apr 10

Judson wins Longview ISD One-Act Play contest

Judson Middle School on Wednesday took top one-act play honors among the district’s three middle schools for performing a 1960s version of Macbeth.  Four Blue Devil thespians were also named to the district’s 2012 All-Star Cast, including Best Actress. Forest Park and Foster each had three actors named to the All-Star Cast, including a (Foster) …

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