Category Archive: Featured

May 12 2015

PTMS team places first

Pine Tree Middle School’s S.O.S., Save Our Soil, team took 1st place in the Junior Division in the Environment Category at this year’s 2015 Texas Future Problem Solving Program State Bowl in Austin.   The Texas FPSP is an affiliate member of the international FPSPI.  Its mission is to teach students critical thinking and creative …

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May 11 2015

Chamber Awards Businesses

Graduates Leadership Longview Class 2015, Young Entrepreneurs Academy   By Cristi Morgan   The Longview Chamber of Commerce awarded four east Texas businesses at the recent  Small Business Awards banquet. The Chamber chose four different categories to include in this year’s awards ceremony. The presenter of the awards, Joe Terrell, of KLTV channel 7 also …

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May 05 2015

Longview COC Announces 2015 Small Business Awards

More than 400 of Longview’s business and community leaders will gather to salute four remarkable small businesses in the Longview trade area. 2015 award winners are: Small Business of the Year, Sherman Briscoe Wilkinson Orthodontics; Entrepreneur of the Year, RHW Metals, Inc.; Minority Business of the Year, Casa Flora Flower Shop; Family-Owned Business of the …

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May 02 2015

East Texas is Lighter

The Lighten Up East Texas Celebration (LUET) celebration and prize ceremony is scheduled for this Thursday, May 21, 2015, on the patio of Brookshire’s FRESH from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.  This local movement to make a healthier East Texas community was sponsored in part by Brookshire Grocery Company and Allen Samuels Tyler. The public …

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Apr 29 2015

Manley On The Campaign Trail

Mayoral candidate Richard Manley was on the campaign trail this Saturday. One of his stops was at the oldest restaurant in south Longview, Bel’s Diner where Harvel Davis is the owner. It was a hamburger and French fries brunch for those who came by to hear or ask questions of Manley.  In addition, Reverend Maranda …

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Mar 10 2015

Early College HS program

Tyler ISD admits inaugural class   Almost 300 Tyler ISD students and parents attended the first Early College High School (ECHS) Parent Night held at the Davidson Conference Room in the Plyer Instructional Complex. One hundred thirty-eight current eighth grade students were chosen to participate in the ECHS program with 61 students signing commitment letters …

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Mar 09 2015

Pine Tree High School Wins At UIL

Pine Tree High School recently hosted the UIL Region IV South Zone Solo & Ensemble Competition. Twenty-nine schools participated in the event, with a total of 848 entries. This was a massive coordination of effort, with special thanks going to the PTHS Administrators, office staff, PT band staff, custodial staff, security, band boosters, student volunteers, …

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Mar 08 2015

Deadly Spring Breaks

TxDot pushes for Alcohol Awareness Spring Break is a dangerous and deadly time on Texas roadways with more than 30 fatalities resulting from impaired driving in each of the past two years. In an effort to curb this deadly trend, the Texas Department of Transportation today held a press conference at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi …

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