Monthly Archive: July 2014

Jul 23

Diabetes: County Extension to offer class series

For those who have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes or who have had it for a while but have trouble understanding what to eat or how to keep up with their reading, the Gregg County Extension Office has a program designed to help. “Do Well, Be Well” with diabetes is a nine-lesson program that …

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Jul 21

Texas A&M awarded

The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) has awarded a $4.5 million, two-year contract for its new Texas Research-based Adult Instruction Network Professional Development Consortium (TRAIN PD) to the Texas Center for the Advancement of Literacy and Learning (TCALL) in the College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University. TRAIN PD is an innovative approach …

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Jul 20

What is the narrow gate of which Jesus spoke?

“God has a narrow gate so people won’t push and shove to get in,” says Allen, 10. “You have to wait your turn to get in,” adds Brittany, 7. When there’s a great sporting event, some fans sleep outside the ticket office in the cold to get a ticket. We may think that places in …

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Jul 20

Liberty Hall: Last change summer camp

Are your kids already bored with summer vacation? Looking for a way to entertain your children without breaking the bank? The City of Tyler’s Liberty Hall, in partnership with APEX Entertainment is putting on a last chance summer camp for children ages 7 to 14. The camp will run July 28 through Aug. 2, 9:30 …

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Jul 19

Worth more: One man or an entire city?

A population of 100,000 is substantial. Five states don’t even have one metropolis that large. Some cities that size, like Fargo, North Dakota, are their state’s biggest. Others, like Lansing, Michigan, are state capitals. About 100,000 people live in Rochester, Minnesota, home of the Mayo Clinic. The same goes for Burbank, California and Springfield, Ohio. …

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Jul 19

Deadline looms

The deadline is July 31 for Texas families to enroll their newborns in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund® and avoid future increases in tuition and required fees at Texas public colleges and universities. Newborns are children younger than 1 at the time of enrollment. The Texas Tuition Promise Fund — the state’s prepaid college tuition …

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Jul 18

Summer Reading Club plans celebrations

The Longview Public Library invites you to join in celebrating the achievements of young local summer readers at Broughton Park located at 801 Martin Luther King Boulevard on Wednesday July 30th from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. It will be all fun and games with prizes, snacks, fun foam, splash pad, live DJ, dancing and …

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Jul 17

Rangerettes anniversary kick off slated

The Kilgore College Rangerettes will officially kick off the organization’s 75th Anniversary Friday with the announcement of new freshman members. There are 84 “Hopefuls” participating in pre-training this week at the college with the announcement of the 75th Line set for 10 a.m. July 18 behind closed doors in Dodson Auditorium. Pre-training will take place …

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