Category Archive: Community News

Feb 09

Strength for the journey

There are “woods” and there are “woulds.” And there is a great difference between the two of them. We know that “forests” are made of “trees” that we call “woods.” And there are many Christians who have “woulds” in their lives. Every now and then we hear some say, “I know that what I am …

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Feb 08

It’s health care, not software

So the Affordable Care Act didn’t exactly deliver the greatest website. What did we get after all those years of haggling? Only health insurance for 9 million people (and counting) who didn’t have it before. Only an end to pre-existing medical conditions keeping you from getting health coverage. Only insurance for young adults under their …

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Feb 03

“Color and Texture deadline loom”

   Gallery Main Street is accepting entries into the jury process for its upcoming “Color and Texture: A Fiber Arts Exhibit” until Friday, February 7.    “Color and Texture” will be the second juried exhibit of 2014 for the gallery.    The Gallery is managed by the City of Tyler Main Street Department in cooperation …

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Feb 02

Longview Area Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance install officers

  The Longview Area Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance recently held the Installation of Officers program on Sunday, January 26. The  installation service took place at Perry Clay CME Church located on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.    In addition, Greater Faith Temple COGIC, Parkview Baptist Church, and  Perry Clay CME Church provided angelic music for the occasion. …

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Jan 31

CITY INVITES EVERYONE TO: Longview Comprehensive Plan Community Event

   “This is an incredibly important process because we are asking residents to tell us what they would like their community to be in 20 years. Together we can accomplish amazing things, but we need to hear from residents to know what they view as issues and opportunities in Longview.” Mayor Jay Dean    This …

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Jan 30

Mayor endorses Fish

In an unprecedented move, Jay Dean, Mayor of Longview has endorsed Kimberly Fish for Commissioner Precinct 2.    The endorsement  came on a biting, cold east Texas morning in front of the Gregg County Courthouse with several of Fish supporters watching.    Without mincing words, Dean said, “Kimberly is very passionate about the spirit of …

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Jan 26

UT Tyler to hold showcase week

   The University of Texas at Tyler will hold “College Showcase Week” for prospective students and their families Feb. 10 – 13, Sarah Bowdin, interim assistant vice president for enrollment management, announced.    The event features four of the six UT Tyler colleges: ·      Monday, Feb. 10 – College of Engineering and Computer Science ·      …

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Jan 25

Unity Banquet looms

Mrs. Alyce Faye Maxey is an East Texas native, born and raised in Henderson Texas. She graduated from St. Phillips College in San Antonio, Texas with a degree in Education. She and her husband, Lesley Maxey moved to Longview, TX in 1952 and had one son, Greg Maxey. Mrs. Maxey has worked for Longview Independent …

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