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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Jun 28 2012

Capturing history

Eric Draper is the former chief photographer and special assistant to President George W. Bush. On June 29-30 he will bring his “Front Row to History” exhibition to Tyler and Longview. In this one-of-a-kind photographic extravaganza Draper chronicles the Bush administration by showcasing the most recognizable graphic images and never-before-seen photographs of our country’s 44th …

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May 15 2012

Water utilities customers warned to beware of scam

The City of Longview is issuing warnings to water utilities customers of a fraudulent scheme that has already targeted some locals. Scam artists tell their victims the president and federal government will provide them with credit or literally pay their water bills. The hucksters then give their unwitting customers a phony bank routing number so they can …

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Apr 24 2012

Church in the shade reaches the homeless and down-trodden

Most of us enjoy a picnic in the shade. We look upon it as an enjoyable outing to be savored, but others have no choice–they are homeless. Shade Tree Ministry’s Clay Perkins prayed for the Lord’s will on how to help and witness to the city’s darkest side. Every time he took his words of …

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Apr 10 2012

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 04 2012

JT color guard flies high

Contributing Writer Kelly Bell   Tyler’s John Tyler High School Color Guard has earned top honors at the Marching Auxiliaries National Competition in Ft. Worth. Members Nayeli Aguilar, Nicole Allen, Lanisha Bowie, Melanie Johnson, Cortlyn Long, Brianna Nickerson, Ranecia Sanders and Nick Sheffield worked hard and long preparing for the competition. The team performed two routines. …

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Mar 27 2012

Dalton Days feature shotgun weddings

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Offering free marriage license and stay in a local hotel       Michael and Nicole Joseph were married three years ago. They will be re-tying their knot April 14 in a dramatic ceremony in which the wedding party will include a cast of bank robbers–so to speak. The last time these desperadoes preyed on …

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Mar 27 2012

Panthers run for life

Professional Athletes against Childhood Obesity will be teaming with the Spring Hill Independent School District’s Panther Health and Wellness Program for the district’s 5K For Healthy Life Walk/Run as a benefit for the school district.  All are invited to attend at the Spring Hill Panther Sports Complex at 3101 Spring Hill Road, Saturday, March 31 as the …

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Mar 15 2012

Panthers run for life

Professional Athletes against Childhood Obesity will be teaming with the Spring Hill Independent School District’s Panther Health and Wellness Program for the district’s 5K For Healthy Life Walk/Run as a benefit for the school district.  All are invited to attend at the Spring Hill Panther Sports Complex at 3101 Spring Hill Road, Saturday, March 31 …

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