Tag Archive: Children

Oct 03 2015

Give ‘Em a Break


By Scott LaFee It’s bad enough that two-thirds of American adults are considered to be overweight or obese, but there’s something particularly alarming about the fact that one-third of American children are, too. Obesity puts children at risk for heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, stroke, several types of cancer and, well, a shorter life. Part …

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Oct 02 2015

God is The Great Designer


By Lawrence Guido PHD A family was seated together watching a science program on television describing the marvels of the rain forest. Shortly after the beginning of the program a biologist began a lecture on evolution. Mark, a bright freshman in high school, turned to his father and asked, “What do you think of that, …

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Oct 02 2015

Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

U.S. Senator John Cornyn

By U.S. Senator John Cornyn ‘While protecting the sanctity of life is an ongoing mission that will never end, this week’s vote is an important opportunity to send a clear message that America is a nation that seeks to advance a culture of life and opportunity for everyone, especially our most vulnerable.’ Last November, the …

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Sep 18 2015

AG Sets Record

By Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Texas Attorney General’s Child Support Division Sets Record by Collecting $3.9 Billion in Child Support for Texas Children The Texas Attorney General’s Office Child Support Division set a record by collecting more than $3.9 billion in child support for the state fiscal year that ended Aug. 31. The $3.9 …

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Sep 18 2015

Don’t Get Outsmarted

Female Home Tutor Helping Girl With Studies

The school year is back in full swing, and if your child needs help preparing for the SAT or would benefit from assistance with math or science, they’re not alone. Nationally, BBB has received over 82,000 inquiries about tutoring services in the last 12 months. To make sure you get the most out of your …

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Sep 13 2015

LMFA Slates Little Picasso Classes


Once a month on a Saturday, we are offering classes for our young blooming artists! This class is for 3-5 year olds along with a parent. We will provide all the materials and a snack Cost is $20 for the student and par­ent together. Our first class will be held on September 26th from 11-Noon …

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Sep 12 2015



Good Shepherd Medical Center (GSMC) has become the first hospital in Longview to link its neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) with expert UT Southwestern neonatologists staffing the Children’s Medical Center – Dallas TeleNICU program. The TeleNICU program enables neonatologists at GSMC to collaborate on the diagnosis and care for GSMC’s tiniest, critically ill newborns. By …

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Sep 11 2015

Nine Tyler ISD Students Invited to Leadership Camps

Tyler – Nine Tyler ISD students were selected to participate in Education in Action’s 2015 Lone Star Leadership Academy this past spring and summer. These students were selected based on demonstrated academic success and leadership ability, educator recommendation, and involvement in school/community activities. Tyler ISD participants were Iesu Agapito, Aiden Ebert, Sam Eckert, and Zane …

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