Tag Archive: Children

Apr 27

The baby-faced bomber

Sometimes a picture speaks volumes. Sometimes it’s outright deceptive. The picture of “Bomber No. 2” didn’t look a bit like a mass murderer. A sweet-faced college kid, the former lifeguard, the nice young man described by classmates and friends. It couldn’t be. There must be some outside organization calling the shots. An international conspiracy, perhaps. …

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Apr 15

Teen depression: American Counseling Assn. says not to ignore

The recent suicide of Matthew Warren, son of Saddleback Church’s Pastor Rick Warren, has brought renewed attention to the issue of depression and the tragic implications it can have for many young people and their families. Research studies have estimated that one in eight adolescents may be suffering from depression. Unfortunately, only about 30% of …

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Apr 04

"Ware" you learn: A day at Ware Elementary

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Sarah Sheppard, principal at Ware ES helping students with reading. Students learn in many different ways. Attentive teachers and hands on activities make school educational and comprar viagra online fun. More photos below

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Apr 03

Martin House says it’s Boots, Bags and Bingo

Ladies, how would you like to win a designer purse from Coach, Kate Spade, Dooney & Bourke, Michael Kors, and more? Or a beautiful pair of boots from Cavender’s or Dillard’s? Join your friends for an afternoon of fun at “Bags, Boots & Bingo” Saturday, April 13th beginning at 1:00 pm, at the East Texas …

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Mar 25

Importance of using booster seats

Unfortunately, seat belts do not come in one-size-fits-all. In fact, the seat belt that is designed to save an adult’s life in a crash does not fit a young child. And, the poor fit of the seat belt can actually cause serious injuries or even death during a crash. Many parents are under the impression …

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Dec 26

The New Agenda on Guns We Need after Newtown

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This time, the debate has to be about more than not offending the NRA’s sensibilities. By Donald Kaul   I’m glad I retired five months ago. Think of it: I was spared writing about the presidential election, an event so vacuous it made reality TV seem interesting. If there was any serious discussion of an …

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Jul 21

ArtsView to perform

Join the Longview Public Library in the Moeschle Room on Friday, July 27th and be are entertained by the talented children’s choir at ArtsView Children’s Theatre. These talented kids, ages 6 through 8, will be singing and performing at 10:30 am. Space is limited so go early.

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Jun 18

Partaking of fiction with a Biblical worldview

By: Shaunna Howat Numerous parents over the past two decades have approached me with grave concerns over what their children are reading. Their concerns are wide-ranging and unpredictable.   Some say that their children should only read specifically Christian literature; anything else would be too much of the world. In fact, I taught for a …

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