Category Archive: Community News

Nov 29 2014

Thanksgiving: So Much to be Thankful For

Story By Bryan Golden Thanksgiving is much more than a big meal with family and friends. It’s a time to reflect on, and be thankful for, all of the good things you have. Even with all of the uncertainty and turmoil in the world, you have so much to be thankful for. It’s important to …

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Nov 27 2014

More Blessed To Give

Robert E. Lee students support classmate after life-changing surgery Quiet, but hardworking, student athlete, Jacob Spillers, 17, came to open soccer tryouts his freshmen year with little experience but a lot of grit and determination, says Robert E. Lee Boys Soccer Coach Martin Germany. Coach Germany admits that at first he didn’t think Jacob should …

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Nov 26 2014

Teen Talent Show Slated for December 20th

\The Rhoer Club of Longview will present the Teen Talent Review of East Texas.  It will be held on the evening of Saturday, December 20th at the Longview Community Center at 7:00 p.m. The featured performing guest will be gospel rap recording artist RIFICA of Houston, TX.  Contestants will include talented teens singing, dancing, rap, …

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Nov 25 2014

Take Care of Your Type 2 Diabetes

Story By Carol A. Rice Do you feel like you need to know more about how to take care of your type 2 diabetes? If you were recently diagnosed or you have had diabetes a long time, you can benefit from learning the latest things about taking care of yourself so you can reduce your …

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Nov 24 2014

Physician Recognized

Muhammad Marouf Chaudhry, MD, FACC, FASE, Cardiovascular Specialist at Good Shepherd Medical Associates, has been designated a Fellow of the American Society of Echocardiology (FASE). The Fellow designation recognizes those members who have fulfilled both the training and performance requirements that are necessary for certification through the National Board of Echocardiography. Attainment of this important …

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Nov 21 2014

Liberty Hall To Premier “Little Hope Was Arson”

Liberty Hall is pleased to announce the premier of acclaimed Slamdance documentary, “Little Hope Was Arson” on Sunday, Nov. 23 at 2 and 4 p.m. Acquiring the film for all rights in the U.S. and Canada, The Orchard is releasing “Little Hope Was Arson” theatrically in several markets including New York, Los Angeles and Tyler, …

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Nov 20 2014

Wellness Point Opens

Story by Joycelyne Fadojutimi Wellness Pointe, a Federally Qualified Health Clinic has officially opened its south Longview Clinic at 2430 South High Street, located between the Dollar Store and Texas Work Force Center. The organization marked the event with a Longview Metro Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting. The south Longview clinic is staffed with a …

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Nov 15 2014

A Bigger Threat to U.S. Health than Ebola

Factory farms are breeding antibiotic-resistant bacteria.   By Nicole McCann and Anna Meyer Despite all the panic, Americans don’t face any great risk from Ebola right now. But we do need to worry about a home-grown medical catastrophe of our own that we’re failing to address: the erosion of antibiotic effectiveness. Doctors prescribe antibiotics to …

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