Oct 08 2014

Deadline Nears: “Against All Odds” to open

Gallery Main Street is accepting entries into the jury process for its upcoming “Against All Odds” art exhibit now through Friday, Oct. 10. “Against All Odds” will be the last exhibit of 2014 for the gallery, which is managed by the City of Tyler Main Street Department in cooperation with the volunteers of the Downtown …

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Oct 07 2014

PTISD Choir Students Selected

Pine Tree Independent School District is proud to announce the following students have been selected to the All Region Choir. The all region choir concert will take place in Mt. Pleasant on November 1. Soprano 1 1st chair: Katie White 10th chair: Savannah Harrold 14th chair: Shelby Smith 15th chair: Cyndi Ponton Soprano 2 6th …

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Oct 06 2014

Marshall Native Serves Aboard USS Makin Island

By Ronald Gutridge Electrician’s Mate 1st Class Lewis Dunn, a native of Marshall, Texas, has been in the Navy for 12 years and is an electrician aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Makin Island (LHD 8). Petty Officer Dunn graduated from Marshall High School, Class of 2002, and right after graduating he enlisted in the …

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Oct 06 2014

Fleecing Our Vets: DOD works to protect military personnel finances

The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) has made great progress in its quest to safeguard service personnel’s monetary solvency. Still, predatory lenders can still take advantage of soldiers who do not employ the Military Lending Act (MLA.) Texas-based payday and auto title businesses are known for using loopholes to avoid already-enacted protections. Because Texas has the greatest number of …

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Oct 05 2014

Prof. Named

Dr. Vance Vaughn has been named ‘Researcher of the Year’ by the Texas Council of Professors of Educational Leadership, Dr. Wesley Hickey, College of Education and Psychology interim dean, announced. A UT Tyler alumnus, Vaughn serves as an associate professor of educational leadership within the university’s Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, where he …

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Oct 04 2014

Accepting Applications

The Gregg County Historical Commission is seeking applications for new Official Texas Historical Markers. Deadline is Oct. 24 for the 2015 Texas Historical Commission marker cycle. The markers can honor historic individuals, schools, churches, communities, cemeteries, businesses and historic events. Marker sponsors can be residents or organizations and are responsible for the application’s research, narrative and …

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Oct 03 2014

Brain teasers slated

Longview World of Wonders will be showcasing humanity from the neck up on October 25 through its program Frontiers of the Brain. The show will last from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., when a free childrens’ concert will begin. The museum is in the Longview Exhibit Building at 1123 Jaycee Dr. Everyone aged six and …

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Oct 01 2014

Tyler changes water

The City of Tyler will begin converting its disinfection process to free chlorine for a period of approximately one month beginning Oct. 7 and ending on Nov. 6. Generally, there are no noticeable changes in water quality as a result of this temporary conversion.  However, some individuals may notice taste and odor changes and a …

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