Monthly Archive: May 2014

May 28

Intolerance and the rise of fascism

Tolerance of differing views and opinions is the foundation of a free society.  Throughout history, elimination of opposition through the suppression of free speech has been one of the first steps taken by fascists determined to seize power in order to control a society. People who tolerate intolerance empower these fascists.  If you remain silent …

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May 28

Summer move expenses may be deductible says IRS

Many people with children find it less disruptive to move during the summer months when school is not in session. Although moving can be costly, some expenses may be deductible on your federal income tax return. If you moved due to a change in your job or business location, or because you started a new …

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May 27

Library slates storytime

The Library will host a special storytime on Tuesdays, June 17 – July 29, at 10:30 AM.  “Storytime Tuesdays” will feature dramatic readings of popular storybooks that are suitable for all ages. Here’s what’s on the schedule: June 17: There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly June 24: Knuffle Bunny July 1: The Adventures Of …

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May 26

Championship:Lobos grab spot

Behind a strong performance by its journalism students, the Longview High School UIL Academic Team has earned Texas’ 5A runner-up spot for 2014. The Lobos competed against more than 40 top UIL academic teams from across the state and bettered most of them by more than 30 points. Southlake Carroll came closest to Longview with …

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May 25

Memorial Day:City announce holiday schedule

City offices will observe the following holiday schedule on Monday, May 26 for Memorial Day. Holiday Garbage Collection The City of Tyler Solid Waste Department will be closed Monday, May 26, for Memorial Day. No residential garbage will be picked up on this day. The complete holiday week residential garbage collection schedule is listed below. …

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May 25

When is anger right?

“It’s OK to get mad when someone is not following God’s rules,” says Talon, 6. “Like if someone steals a toy from another person, it’s OK to get mad. The angry feeling can help you do something to make things better.” At six years old, Talon has given us a nugget. Righteous anger will motivate …

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May 24

Orientations: UT Tyler Announces 2014 New Patriot Orientations

The University of Texas at Tyler offers four New Patriot Orientation sessions this summer, Ona Tolliver, assistant vice president and dean of students, announced. This year’s on-campus Patriot orientation sessions will be June 12-13, June 26-27, July 10-11 and July 24-25. Cost is $75 per student, $40 per adult guest and $20 per guest age …

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May 24

Scrimping on women’s pay

Republicans in the Senate blocked a vote on the minimum wage earlier this month — no surprise there. Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee was the only Republican who stood aside. But don’t believe the issue is dead. Democrats will make sure that raising the minimum wage and reducing income inequality will be hot topics all …

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