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Sep 22 2016

No More Sleeping Through the Alarm, and Other Favorite Tips

By Mary Hunt Surprise! Today, instead of sharing tips you’ve sent to me, I’ve decided to hog the entire column to share some of my own. Several of these are oldies, but goodies, while others are recent discoveries. I do love great tips. CELLPHONE ALARM VOLUME BOOSTER. If you’re a heavy sleeper and have trouble …

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Aug 24 2016

Drive Sober warns Tx-DOT

As celebrations are finalized to mark the last days of summer, the Texas Department of Transportation urges drivers to make a plan leading up to the Labor Day holiday — a plan for a safe and sober ride home. “Drinking and driving remains a big problem in Texas,” said TxDOT Executive Director James Bass. “If …

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Jun 28 2016

Capturing the Beauty

The beauty of everyday things should remind us of the abundances that we have received and often do not recognize. – Sean Scott By Keisha Roland Sean Scott, first time competitor, in the Texas Bank and Trust 34th annual Photography Exhibition was born June 1, 1969, in Denton,TX. He has had a long interest in …

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Apr 27 2016

GLOBE Teachers Honored

“A teacher holds the single most important task of the world, shaping the future. It is my strong belief that it’s a point when the teacher becomes the student and the student becomes the teacher true learning takes place.” – Globe Teacher of the Year Bryan Warren, J.L. Everhart 3rd grade teacher By Keisha Roland …

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Mar 14 2016

People Who Inspire

Good Shepherd Institute Celebrates Seventh Annual Inspire Award Story and photo by Joycelyne Fadojutimi/ETR The Good Shepherd Institute for Healthy Living recently recognized the amazing accomplishments of their members at the Seventh Annual Inspire Award event. The Institute featured success stories of five inspirational members: Job Howie, Greg Frederick, Mary Fruge, Brian Baker, and Shirley …

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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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