Tag Archive: at&t

Jan 10

AT&T Supports Forest Initiative

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Tyler mayor one step closer to goal of 5,000 trees in five years Thanks to a $2,000 donation from AT&T, Tyler Mayor Barbara Bass is 30 trees closer to reaching her goal of planting 5,000 trees in five years. “AT&T is pleased to be able to support this effort to maintain and grow Tyler’s urban …

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May 28

Longview PD assists in $20M conspiracy investigation

By Jimmy Isaac   Longview Police Departmant’s Cybercrimes Unit played a key role in the investigation that led to lengthy prison sentence for at least three North Texas men convicted in a more than $20 million conspiracy. Chief U.S. District Judge Sidney A. Fitzwater called the case “a massive, complicated, multi-year scheme to defraud a …

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Jan 24

Museum cover AT&T Yellow Pages

Neina Kennedy, Museum Director; Edwin Graves, AT&T Advertising Solutions Area Market Manager; Dee Farmer, Senator Eltife’s district director;  Candice Gast, AT&T external affairs director; and the Honorable Gregg County Judge Bill Stoudt  attend the unveiling of the new AT&T Yellow Pages at the Gregg County Historical Museum.

The Gregg County Historical Museum personnel, volunteers, board members, community members and AT&T executives were delighted to unveil the cover of the new Greater Longview AT&T Real Yellow Pages directory featuring the Everett Building, home to the Gregg County Historical Museum. Tammy Cromer-Campbell took the cover photo, which highlights the structure’s rounded bay and recessed …

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Nov 16

AT&T supports educational programming

East Texas students will be able to reach for the stars and some may even visit them someday, thanks to a grant from the AT&T Foundation to the Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior College. The $25,000 gift supports educational programming and headline shows at the center, which reopened in September …

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Oct 26

East Texas Symphony Orchestra harmonizes with AT&T

The East Texas Symphony Orchestra (ETSO) has always been dedicated to music and education.  Even if it can assist in the schooling of just one more child its aim is to immerse children in its classical music in order to improve the futures of our youngest scholars.  ETSO Executive Director Nancy Wrenn believes the music …

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Sep 21

AT&T opens new store

AT&T recently opened a new  4,000-square-foot retail store in Broadway Square Mall, at 4757 S. Broadway Avenue in Tyler to address the growing demand for advanced wireless and wired products and services. The retail store features a state-of-the-art, hands-on design to engage shoppers and provide a “try before you buy” service experience. Trained consultants provide …

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Aug 23

Jobs for rural Texans

By Todd Staples, Texas Agriculture Commissioner Jobs and improved quality of life – that’s what greater access to high-speed wireless service means and there are a lot of successes underway toward that end. Upgrades are in store for business, education, health care and home life. Why should all Texans care about rural technology? Because rural …

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Jun 15

Students earn acclaim

Thirty-four high school juniors from across East Texas will help make up the first student body to accept the benefits of a new scholarship program created by a partnership between Tyler Junior College (TJC) and AT&T.  Students attending high schools where TJC is offering dual-credit classes can earn no-cost college credit providing they meet financial …

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