Category Archive: Featured

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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Mar 02 2016

Welding: Igniting A Career

Monica Porras: Longview High School Senior Breaks The Mold Student Talks Family, Plans To Choose Welding For Her Career Demand For Welders Soars. With an aging population, the welding industry is coming up short of welders. More welders are needed to take up old and new positions in the industry. It is important to note, …

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Feb 26 2016

LUC and Kilgore College Launch Industrial Technology Degree

As part of their continuing partnership designed to expand opportunities for student success in Longview, Kilgore and Gregg County, the Longview University Center and Kilgore College have launched a Roadmap to Success Program in the field of Industrial Technology, also known as Applied Engineering. “Working with representatives from Kilgore College and Pine Tree High School, …

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Feb 25 2016

Daryl Gregg: Dream Builder

February Black History Month is a month dedicated to recognize the achievements of African Americans. There is no gainsaying, it is good to study the history of people who paved the way for the present. It is even great to write about role models in the African American communities who young men in particular can …

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Feb 17 2016

National Signing Day

Longview has a tradition of turning out stellar athletes, and this year nine of those athletes will be taking their talents to the next level. The group of eight football players and one volleyball player will attend college on scholarship and will move on with their education as well as their sports careers. Kaitlyn Adams …

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Feb 17 2016

LRMC Introduces New COO

Longview Regional Medical Center (LRMC) has announced the hiring of Anthony Brooks as the facility’s new Chief Operating Officer (COO.) Brooks took over his position on January 18 after having served since 2012 as Assistant Chief Executive Officer of Fort Smith, Arkansas’ Sparks Health System, while also working as Chief Financial Officer at Sparks Medical …

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Feb 09 2016

For the Love of Science

Longview ISD hosts a Junior and District Science Fair each year. The Junior Science Fair is for 1st- 4th grade students and the District Science Fair is for 5th- 12th grade students. Since the 1st- 4th grade students cannot advance to the Regional science fair, each elementary campus holds their own science fair. The judges …

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