Tag Archive: Kasha Williams

Jun 26 2014

COMING OUT

The Longview chapter of the Lesbians Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) has held its first-ever parade through Heritage Plaza in downtown Longview. Spectators and vendors both enjoyed the event. Vendors Nicki Williams and Casey Brehm of the group NETX NORMAL advocate the use of Cannabis for “medical and responsible use,” and their booth was a …

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Nov 14 2013

Kicking off demolition: Transformation to take place

Many people, some living and others dead have waited for a long time to see this day come to Longview-equipping South Longview to become a destination. On Tuesday, Longview Economic Development Corporation (LEDCO) and the City of Longview gathered at the biggest eyesore sight in Longview, the old Holiday Inn on I-20 and Estes Parkway …

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Oct 03 2013

Improvement talk

District 3 residents started arriving early at Broughton Community Center for the latest town hall meeting. Extra chairs had to be brought in for the bigger-than-expected crowd. These residents aired their concerns as District 3 Councilwoman Kasha Williams, and Mayor Jay Dean paid close attention and gave responses as needed. Jesse Bradley is not new …

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Sep 27 2013

District 3 Town Meeting scheduled October 1

Mayor Jay Dean and District 3 Councilwoman Kasha Williams have scheduled a Town Meeting for 7 p.m., Tuesday, October 1, at Broughton Recreation Center, 801 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The District 5 Town Meeting hosted by Mayor Dean and Councilman Richard Manley, which was originally scheduled for October 1, will be rescheduled to …

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Apr 13 2013

McCall to keynote

Dr. Miles McCall will be the keynote speaker at the Longview Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards Luncheon and Leadership Longview graduation April 30 at the Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center. McCall is an innovative professional consultant and speaker and is founder of Generational Leadership.com, which works with businesses and organizations in an attempt …

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Mar 22 2013

CASA Blue Jeans, Ball Gowns to feature celebrity dancer competition

Lauren Parish and Ryan Allgood East Texas Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is excited to host its second annual fundraiser “Blue Jeans and Ball Gowns” on Saturday, March 23. The highlight of this evening of fun, food and entertainment is the celebrity dance competition. Following a dance, the winning couple is chosen by popular vote, …

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May 22 2012

Gone too soon

Branden Johnson, flanked by local clergy, Councilwoman Kasha Williams, Chief Don Dingler and concerned citizens at a press conferance

By Jimmy Isaac The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was founded 103 years ago, in part, to protect black Americans from violence from other races. In 2012, the Longview NAACP Chapter President Branden Johnson and other local leaders seek to slow violence against African-Americans committed by African-Americans. “People, we are tired of …

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May 24 2011

Changing of the guards

Just-elected Kasha Williams and Wayne Frost (a returning councilman from District 4) recently took the oath of office at a specially called meeting of the Longview City Council.  Williams defeated opponents Victoria Wilson and Wray Wade to replace outgoing District 3 council member Ms. Sidney Bell Willis, who served on the Council for nine years. …

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