Tag Archive: Gregg

Sep 03

Joining the race: Billy Hatten declares candidacy for Gregg County Commissioner Precinct 4

Billy Hatten is in the race for Gregg County Commission Precinct 4. According to Hatten, he had planned to run for commissioner 7 years ago but John Mathis, the current county commissioner approached him and asked for his help. Hatten became his campaign manager and made sure Mathis won the terms he has served. “John …

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Aug 20

Leadership Longview class announced

The Longview Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the new members of the Leadership Longview Class of 2013-2014. They are as follows: Martell Armstrong, City of Longview; Dwayne Bennett, Community Healthcore; Allyson Bock, BancorpSouth;  Suzanne Brown, US Steel Tubular Products;  Amy Canton, The Arc of Gregg County;  Jon Cromer, Texas Bank and Trust;  Roy …

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Jul 25

Flying high: Great Texas Balloon Race scheduled, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers to perform

July 26 to 28 will mark the 36th year of the Great Texas Balloon Race, but this year Longview and East Texas is having a full week of high flying balloons in the sky because the Balloon Federation of America’s Hot Air Competition Division holds the United States National Championship race in conjunction with the …

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Jun 20

HIPPY celebrates first year: Sixty children graduate from the program

Home Instruction for Parents of Pre-school Youngsters (HIPPY), celebrated its first celebration with over sixty Gregg county children receiving a certificate for successful completion of their prescribed study on June 7, 2013. The three and four year olds, along with their parents, spent the last thirty weeks meeting with a home visitor that provided a …

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Jun 14

Breakfast with brush, berry control

The “Third Tuesday Breakfast and a CEU” program will be held this Tues., June 18, 2013, from 6:45 to 7:45am at the Twin Oaks Country Store Restaurant at 3668 County Road 192E in Kilgore. The topic this month will be “Dewberry, Blackberry and Brush Control.” There is a one-time $10 fee per person that will …

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May 22

local photographer awarded

The Longview Convention & Visitors Bureau participated as a sponsor in the 2013 “We Pine for East Texas” Photography Competition sponsored by the Texas Forest Trail Region. The contest celebrates the natural and cultural treasures of East Texas to encourage travelers and locals alike to explore this heritage rich region of Texas. The Longview CVB’s …

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May 16

Scholars honored: Duke University honors six Longview ISD students

Duke scholars for the front page

Five Foster Middle School students and a Judson Middle School student earned State Recognition from Duke University for their scores on the SAT college entrance exam. Jacob Biggs Levi Grant Mary Claire Jones Carter Sorrels Kate Tolleson Steve Truong (Judson) credit scores The students were recognized at the Longview ISD district’s board meeting The Duke …

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May 09

Arts abound: Experience Downtown Longview differently with AlleyFest

AlleyFest 2013, a 3-day street festival, kicks off Friday, May 9 in Downtown Longview and runs through Sunday the 11th. Sponsored by One Hundred Acres of Heritage Main Street, this year’s 3-day street festival is bringing AlleyFest back to its roots featuring all Texas bands as part of MusicFest 2013. This year’s lineup includes Westbound …

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