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Apr 27 2016

GLOBE Teachers Honored

“A teacher holds the single most important task of the world, shaping the future. It is my strong belief that it’s a point when the teacher becomes the student and the student becomes the teacher true learning takes place.” – Globe Teacher of the Year Bryan Warren, J.L. Everhart 3rd grade teacher By Keisha Roland …

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Apr 21 2016

Kilgore College inducts 34 students into National English Honor Society

Upsilon Delta, the Kilgore College chapter of Sigma Kappa Delta, the national English honor society for two-year colleges, inducted 34 KC students at a ceremony April 14. Membership in SKD requires students maintain a grade point average of at least 3.3 on a 4.0 scale, to earn no grade lower that a “B” in a …

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Apr 18 2016

Newgate and East Texas Review Spruce up Mobberly Avenue

Newgate Mission and East Texas Review newspaper took to the streets and cleaned up Mobberly Avenue. Dot Stinson who is a community member at Newgate Mission was eager to get started on Saturday. “I like to clean the streets,” Ms. Stinson said. “I want them to look clean and I will like for them to …

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Apr 18 2016

Johnston McQueen Goes Blue

With April being Child Abuse Prevention Month agencies which work with abused, abandoned and neglected children are teaming with area schools to rally public awareness to the heartbreaking plague of the mistreatment and neglect of children in Gregg County. Johnston-McQueen Elementary School’s recent “Go Blue Day” stood out within this campaign as it showcased varied …

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Mar 17 2016

LISD Foundation Finance Education

It was a cool beautiful Wednesday morning when Kay Ray, executive director of Longview ISD gave away substantial amount of grant funds to LISD principals and their teachers. Longview Early Graduation teacher, Pam Anthony said, “It is a great and most wonderful feeling to be awarded.” Debbie Kraus from Johnston McQueen elementary school said, “I …

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Mar 16 2016

Blue Jeans and Ball Gowns Toasts CASA

The child-assistance event of the year is taking shape as the Court-Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) yearly fund-raiser Blue Jeans and Ball Gowns has been scheduled and organized. Again, East Texans will be showing off their dancing skills as a dance contest will be one of the evening’s main draws. Name-droppers will also have plenty of …

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Mar 14 2016

People Who Inspire

Good Shepherd Institute Celebrates Seventh Annual Inspire Award Story and photo by Joycelyne Fadojutimi/ETR The Good Shepherd Institute for Healthy Living recently recognized the amazing accomplishments of their members at the Seventh Annual Inspire Award event. The Institute featured success stories of five inspirational members: Job Howie, Greg Frederick, Mary Fruge, Brian Baker, and Shirley …

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Mar 14 2016

“Spotlight” on Child Abuse

The Martin House Children’s Advocacy Center (serving Gregg, Harrison & Marion Counties) The Oscar ceremonies were noteworthy for a number of reasons, but the biggest news was the Best Picture award for the movie, Spotlight. Chronicling the true story of a team of Boston newspaper reporters on the quest for answers in a massive child …

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