Monthly Archive: July 2012

Jul 21

Know the five shopping triggers

By Mary Hunt Don’t look now, but that man who just walked into the store behind you is not here to shop. He’s a shopping anthropologist. The store hired his employer to find out what makes you tick. Once they have this data, they’ll use it to improve their profit margins. He’s watching your every …

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Jul 21

KC announces Culinary Arts instructor

Kilgore College is pleased to announce that Kathryn “Kat” Jackson will be the new leader/instructor for KC’s new Culinary Arts Program which begins Aug. 27. The late-afternoon and evening classes will be held at Longview High School’s state-of-the-art commercial kitchen. Jackson has 15 years of industry experience from working with hotels as the senior manager …

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Jul 21

ArtsView to perform

Join the Longview Public Library in the Moeschle Room on Friday, July 27th and be are entertained by the talented children’s choir at ArtsView Children’s Theatre. These talented kids, ages 6 through 8, will be singing and performing at 10:30 am. Space is limited so go early.

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Jul 21

District adjusts school day start, end times for 2012-13

Longview ISD school days will start and end at different times in 2012-13 in an effort to reduce school bus wait times. Elementary classes will start 15 minutes earlier, but will also end in time for buses to deliver elementary students to their homes – and be ready and waiting for middle and high school …

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Jul 21

City of Tyler volunteers give 4,989 hours

The Volunteer Tyler program is proud to announce that city volunteers have donated 4,989 hours back to their community. “Our goal for the program was to reach 5,000 volunteer hours by the end of the fiscal year,” said Breanna Hoard, volunteer coordinator. “We are on track to far surpass this benchmark and hit 6,000 hours …

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Jul 21

Tyler Film Festival looms

A July 28 launch party for filmmakers and film aficionados will kick off efforts leading toward the second annual Downtown Tyler “Show Us Your Shorts” Film festival. The event is set for 6 to 8 p.m. at Gallery Main Street at 110 W. Erwin. Filmmakers, supporters of independent films, potential volunteers and sponsors are all …

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Jul 21

UT Tyler Patriot Classic sets record

The University of Texas at Tyler Patriot Classic raised $177, 205.55 to benefit the university’s scholarship program, President Rodney H. Mabry announced. This is the largest amount raised in the 26-year history of the fundraiser, which includes the annual UT Tyler Suddenlink Million Dollar Hole-in-One Contest and the Patriot Golf Classic. Organizers presented UT Tyler …

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Jul 21

Innovation Academy comes to town

The University of Texas at Tyler and Longview Chamber of Commerce officials recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the university’s charter school in Longview. The UT Tyler Innovation Academy, a university charter school with campuses in Tyler, Longview and Palestine, will focus on developing, implementing and disseminating new and promising practices in education. The …

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