Kelly Bell

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Name: Kelly Bell
Date registered: March 16, 2011

Latest posts

  1. GSMC welcomes interns — June 20, 2013
  2. LRMC grabs new awards — June 6, 2013
  3. Grills and gratitude:LRMC presents tasty recognition of EMS — May 23, 2013
  4. GSHS Expands Self-Government — February 5, 2013
  5. TISD Welcomes New Super — February 5, 2013

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Jan 04

Promoting Harmony

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Andrea Mayo and Cissy Ward to be honored for standing against prejudice and promoting racial understanding.   The Unity and Diversity Committee of Longview’s Partners in Prevention will honor Andrea Mayo and Cissy Ward as recipients of 2013 Unity Honors. Locals who have significantly contributed to racial equality and harmony in the community are recognized at the annual Unity Honors Luncheon. Since coming …

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Jan 04

LRMC shows their holiday spirit

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Kelly Bell 1-4-2013 Longview Regional Medical Center employees give back to the Boys and Girls Club of Gregg County this holiday season.   Longview Regional Medical Center (LRMC) spent Wednesday, December 12 hosting a hamburger and hot dog cookout to raise funds for the Boys and Girls Club of Gregg County. Held on the hospital campus, the event collected $1650 for this worthy …

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Jul 31

Celebrating the healthy woman

LRMC presents evening with Rike The old saying about a woman’s work never being done could not be more true. Mothers, daughters, caregivers, friends, mentors, volunteers and career professionals have to tend to the needs of so many others. Too often they have no time left for themselves. Longview Regional Medical Center’s (LRMC) Healthy Woman program …

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Jul 31

SWEPCO proposes rate hike

The Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO, a unit of American Electric Power) has requested permission from the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) to raise electric power rates in Texas by about $83 million. Should this hike be approved it will go into effect in January and result in approximately an additional $12 monthly (16%) for Lone Star …

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Jul 18

Grants serve Texas vets

The Texas Veterans Commission has announced the awarding of grants to organizations dedicated to helping military veterans and their families. The solicitation process commenced July 13, and will continue through 5:00 p.m. August 7. Vets will receive assistance for such problems as transportation to medical facilities, counseling for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, short-term financial assistance, …

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Jul 03

Photos tell stories

The 30th annual Texas Bank and Trust Photography Exhibition and Awards Reception featured 589 entries submitted by 146 East Texas photographers, both amateur and professional. Commencing with a reception in the bank’s lobby on Whaley Street, the exhibition was a two-week extravaganza of beautiful graphic art. Winning photographers received cash prizes for their work in four categories: …

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Jul 03

GSMC welcomes new residents

On July 2 Good Shepherd Medical Center (GSMC) introduced its first-ever class of 18 internal medicine residency program participants. These will be the inaugural group of a three-year program that will bring 18 residents per year to the hospital, giving Longview 54 more medical residents. In March 2010 GSMC and the University of Texas Health Science …

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Jul 03

Reflections

Tyler’s long-closed Emmett Scott High School is to be recognized as part of the city’s North End Action Plan/Reflections Program sponsored by the Tyler 21 project. This initiative, commenced three years ago, promotes recognition of and respect for the Rose City’s historic landmarks and culture. This includes the installation of plaques and historic markers in the …

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