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Mar 02 2015

Round Up Begins

Last Chance to Pay Fines Anyone with outstanding court costs and fines where a warrant has been issued, has until Friday, March 6th, 2015, to pay. Smith County is combining forces with other jurisdictions across Texas to participate in the largest joint warrant round up of this type in the state. On March 7, officers …

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Feb 28 2015

Money To Burn

By Sam Pizzigati Someday soon, will all our jobs involve keeping extraordinarily rich people entertained? These days, that prospect doesn’t seem all that farfetched. “The rich,” as journalist Chanelle Tourish notes, “seem to be willing to pay almost any price for outstanding service and experiences.” And plenty of people are rushing to provide them. Tourish, …

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Feb 27 2015

The History of Jazz Music: A Story For Every Music Lovers, Significant Impact of Jazz on all forms of Music

The Duke

The annual Black History Month celebration was recently held at the Longview Public Library. This year’s theme was Jazz and Poetry. Several citizens read Maya Angelou’s poems and others read their own poems. Angelou’s poems and Jazz was a good combination, hence the audience was very diverse. WHAT YOU DO AND DO NOT KNOW This …

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Feb 21 2015

Open House

Tyler Area MPO to hold public open house to update the 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program On Thursday, Feb. 26 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Tyler Development Center located at 423 W. Ferguson St., the Tyler Area Metropolitan Organization (MPO) is inviting the public to an open house, kicking off a ten-day comment period …

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Feb 19 2015

Stop the Violence

By Joycelyne Fadojutimi It is only February, and it seems violence has engulfed Longview. The recent streaks of violence prompted a prayer rally for peace and unity. And on Monday, Branden Johnson, president of Longview NAACP called a press conference to unveil a new strategy for combating violence. This strategy it is hoped will usher …

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Feb 17 2015

Livestock Theft

New Braunfels Man Arrested A New Braunfels, Texas man was arrested Tuesday on three separate charges of third degree theft of cattle. The suspect stole the cattle during four different transactions over a 15 month period from a ranch in New Braunfels where he was employed as the ranch manager. Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers …

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Feb 16 2015

KC Instructors Win Excellence Awards

Kilgore College president Dr. Bill Holda is pleased to announce that two KC instructors, Nancy Lamouroux and Coy Lothrop, are recipients of the annual NISOD Excellence Awards. They were nominated by students and selected by Phi Theta Kappa. Lamouroux is an instructor and clinical coordinator for the Radiologic Science Department. Lothrop is an Advertising and …

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Feb 15 2015

Click It Or Ticket

Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among teenagers. In an effort to curb this deadly trend, the Texas Department of Transportation is partnering with more than 900 Texas high schools to remind teens to “Click It or Ticket.” “All traffic fatalities are tragic, but it’s especially difficult to hear about teenagers having their …

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