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Feb 17

Citizens Acadamy: Apply now

The City of Tyler is now accepting applications for the third annual Mayor’s Citizens Academy. The class starts May 8, 2014 and will meet each Thursday from 6 to 8:30 p.m. for 12 weeks at various facilities around the City. As a part of the City of Tyler’s ongoing Continued from front effort to promote …

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Nov 22

Animal care: Tyler to purchase land

During a recent regularly scheduled City Council meeting, the Tyler City Council authorized the City manager to negotiate for the purchase of property at 4218 Chandler Hwy to be used for a future animal care facility. “We are pleased to take this step toward Tyler opening its own Animal Care Facility,” said Tyler Mayor Barbara …

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Mar 01

AT&T invested more than $30 million in Tyler area

From 2010 through 2012 to enhance speeds, reliability and performance for customers. Expanded 4G buy generic viagra Coverage, New Cell Sites and Boosted Capacity Drive Improved Customer Experience   AT&T invested more than $30 million in its Tyler area wireless and wireline networks from 2010 through 2012, with a focus on expanding 4G mobile Internet …

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Feb 27

AT&T, UT Tyler partner to provide funding to students

AT&T and The University of Texas at Tyler will provide a financial boost to a program aimed at increasing the number of highly qualified math and science teachers. AT&T will contribute $20,000, which will be matched by UT Tyler, to the UTEACH Scholars Program, according to a university news release. The program, which started at …

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Jan 23

AT&T Delivers on Environment

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The City of Tyler and Mayor Barbara Bass recently planted approximately 100 trees on Tree Tyler Day, Saturday, January 19. Local volunteers met at Harvey Convention Center, 2000 W. Front St., at 10 a.m. and enjoyed a free breakfast from Einstein’s Bros Bagels before teaming up to plant trees at one of four locations throughout …

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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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Jun 05

Tyler: American adds flight

American Eagle Airlines has added a new arriving and departing flight at Tyler Pounds Regional Airport beginning June 14, 2012.   With this additional flight, East Texas travelers will have a new option for flying in and out of Tyler in the evenings.  The new flight is scheduled to arrive from Dallas Fort-Worth Airport (DFW) at …

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Nov 30

Shoot for the stars

The AT&T Foundation presents a $25,000 gift to the Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior College, to be used for educational  programming and headline shows to the center. From left: Dr. Mike Metke, TJC president; Candice Gast, AT&T director of external affairs for Northeast Texas; Barbara Bass, mayor of Tyler; Dr. Tom Hooten, director of the science center; Dr. Kim Russell, TJC vice president for advancement and external affairs;  and Dr. Randy Reid, Tyler ISD superintendent.  Photo courtesy of Allen Arrick/Tyler Junior College

Students from all over East Texas will be reaching for (and maybe even visiting) the stars, following a grant from the AT&T Foundation to the Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior College.  The $25,000 will fund educational programming and headline shows at the center, newly reopened in September following extensive renovation …

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