Tag Archive: East Texas

Oct 30

Media Tips for the week of October 28

John Tyler High School Café con Leche – Parent Meeting In Spanish Monday, October 28 6:00 p.m. Library Information will be presented to families which include scholarships and grants, college admissions for post-secondary studies, as well as information on the branches of services. Woods Elementary School Pumpkin Chunk Thursday, October 31 11:30 – 12:15 – …

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Oct 25

Zombie 5K run, walk slated

The City of Longview Partners in Prevention will sponsor Rising out of the Thicket Zombie 5k Fun Run/ Walk to benefit the Coalition for Drug Free Youth. The undead outbreak will occur on Saturday, October 26 at McWhorter Park, 1000 Toler Road with registration beginning at 8:00 a.m. The run will start at 9 a.m. …

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Oct 25

Adoption event to celebrate Pit Bull Awareness Month

The Humane Society of Northeast Texas is proudly celebrating Pitt Bull Awareness Month with a special adoption event on Saturday, October 26, at Jake’s Feed from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. in Longview. Jake’s Feed store is located on 3612 McCann Road North of Loop 281, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. Furthermore, there will …

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Oct 19

Dressed to read: Tyler Library offers free books

The Tyler Public Library has a perfect solution for area residents of all ages who are looking for another place to wear a costume this October. “Dressed to Read” encourages costumed characters of all ages to visit the Library anytime between Oct. 24 and Oct. 31 and receive a free book of their choice from …

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Oct 10

LISD latest move:District hires assistant superintendent, charge him with academic improvement

    A former Texas and New York superintendent returned home to east Texas this week to begin his new job of improving academic performance in Longview ISD. Horace Williams, a Leverett’s Chapel native, began his job as an assistant superintendent on Monday. He most recently served 6½ years as superintendent of Cedar Hill ISD, …

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Oct 08

Guitar great:Guitarist Monte Montgomery returns to Liberty Hall

Liberty Hall is pleased to announce the return of blues guitarist, Monte Montgomery on October 18 at 8 p.m. Montgomery is well known around East Texas and was named one of the “Top 50 All-Time Greatest Guitar Players” by Guitar Player Magazine in 2004; he’s been called everything from “guitar-god” to the “answer to the …

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Oct 08

Love campaign: Keep Longview Beautiful, City announce campaign

Keep Longview Beautiful and the City of Longview Community Services and Sanitation Divisions are rolling out a new community challenge called LOVE Longview. Citizens are encouraged to make clean up, beautification and recycling efforts part of their workplace, family gatherings, civic meetings and community events. Keep Longview Beautiful Executive Director Kim Droege says the purpose …

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Oct 04

Local congregations sow seeds of hope

Wesley United Methodist Church, Greggton United Methodist Church, First Gladewater United Methodist Church, Newgate Mission, Longview Community Garden Network, and the Friends of the South Longview Community have come together to bless and work the land for our Lord. Wesley-McCabe Pastor Virginia Wall, expressed thanks and gratitude to all who attended, and then turned over …

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