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Apr 04

Artwalk is today

The April 3rd ArtWalk, from 5 – 8 pm., should prove to be a very entertaining and thrilling event.  We have artists, musicians, and entertainers for your enjoyment. “Rumor has it…. The Dalton Gang are checking out the town.  They’ve been seen lurking around the old bank building at 214 N. Fredonia. Check it out …

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Mar 27

Daltons ride again

On April 5 the spirit of the frontier will again gallop across East Texas as the annual Dalton Days come to the Longview Rodeo Arena just off Cotton Street from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. This year’s showcase will be the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association’s trick riding, fast-shooting riders. The Gregg County Historical Museum stages …

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Jan 25

Unity Banquet looms

Mrs. Alyce Faye Maxey is an East Texas native, born and raised in Henderson Texas. She graduated from St. Phillips College in San Antonio, Texas with a degree in Education. She and her husband, Lesley Maxey moved to Longview, TX in 1952 and had one son, Greg Maxey. Mrs. Maxey has worked for Longview Independent …

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Apr 22

Historical commission welcomes new members

According to GCHC Chairman Gordon Northcutt, recently appointed to two-year commission terms are Paul Anderson, Longview; Fallon Burns, Kilgore; Steven Kimbro, Longview; Johnny King, Longview; Bennie Moore, Gladewater; Sylvia Nelson, Kilgore; Elaine Roddy, Gladewater; and Debbie Sadler, Longview. “We are excited to welcome these new members to the Commission,” Northcutt said. “The Gregg County Historical …

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Apr 08

Dalton Days looms

Longview’s annual Dalton Days will have extra fire power this year, when it returns to the Longview Rodeo Arena on April 13 from 9am-2pm. This year’s event features the return of the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association and its fast-riding, fast-shooting competition. The Gregg County Historical Museum presents Dalton Days each year, with re-enactments of the …

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May 01

Museum to host Appraisal Fair

The Gregg County Historical Museum is hosting its annual Appraisal Fair on Saturday, May 5 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Antiques include Texana, firearms, bottles, flasks, glassware, pottery, stoneware, estate jewelry, gold, silver and Americana. Items must be small enough to carry into the museum. Moreover experts will be available to give verbal appraisals. …

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Apr 10

Rodeo Arena opens after renovation

The Longview Rodeo Arena at the Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Complex is opening following a major renovation project. A ribbon cutting will be held at 10 a.m., Thursday, April 12, at the Longview Rodeo Arena, located at 100 Grand Blvd. The first event in the renovated facility will take place on Saturday, April 14, …

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Mar 27

Dalton Days feature shotgun weddings

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Offering free marriage license and stay in a local hotel       Michael and Nicole Joseph were married three years ago. They will be re-tying their knot April 14 in a dramatic ceremony in which the wedding party will include a cast of bank robbers–so to speak. The last time these desperadoes preyed on …

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