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Mar 24 2015

Police Endorse Andy Mack

Amidst tolling church bells, the Longview police officer association endorsed Andy Mack who is running for mayor. Mack and the association chose the Heritage Plaza for the announcement because of its positive history. Currently, Longview’s ranking as the 13th most dangerous city in Texas is negative. According the Police News publication, Longview has a crime …

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Mar 07 2015

Foster Care, Adoption Interest Meeting coming

Buckner Children and Family Services will present a FREE foster care and adoption information meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 10 at Buckner’s offices, located at 110 E. Cotton. A Buckner representative will give an overview of foster care and adoption options in Texas, including foster-to-adopt, Waiting Texas Children, domestic infant adoption and international adoption …

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Feb 11 2015

Learn at Lunch

All About Water The Gregg County Master Gardeners, Learn at Lunch program, will be Wednesday, February 11. The program will be held at the Gregg County Extension Auditorium, 405 E. Marshall in Longview. Master Gardeners’ business meeting will begin at 11:30 a.m. and speaker’s program will begin at noon. Dr. Charles H. Whiteside, Founder, President …

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Dec 23 2014

LUC NEWEST GRADUATES

University of Texas at Tyler Longview University Center nursing graduates poised for licensure exams Sixteen East Texas area students graduated from The University of Texas at Tyler on Friday, December 12. These students successfully completed the bachelor of science in nursing program at the UT Tyler Longview University Center and are now prepared to take …

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Dec 15 2014

Seven Ways to Cut Your Holiday Expenses

Story By Jason Alderman   When it comes to holiday spending, waiting in store lines all night and jostling for discounts will mean very little if you don’t have a budget that shapes your finances year-round. With the average U.S. household spending $600-$700 in 2014 for the holidays, putting that money together shouldn’t be a …

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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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Jun 24 2013

PTISD welcomes Daya

The Pine Tree ISD School Board named Daya Hill, Ed.D. as Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction in a special board meeting, May 29, 2013. “I am elated to join the PTISD community of lifelong learners.” said Hill. “I look forward to serving as a member of an organization that encourages innovation and embraces academic …

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Feb 13 2013

Making Good Last

Hillary Clinton With the departure of Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State, now is the time to reflect on her legacy, not just in the field of diplomacy but her broader vision for the United States as a catalyst for turning idealism into action. Recently we have seen the rise of a new humanism — …

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