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Oct 24 2013

LHS musicians shine

The Longview High School (LHS) Lobo band has won a first division rating from the entire judging panel to secure its 64th consecutive “superior” score in University Interscholastic League contest rating competition. This extends the “Big Green Marching Machine’s” record for consecutive superior ratings in regional competition. For more than 80 years the LHS band has …

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Oct 22 2013

Miles and miles of bargains

The Historic U.S. 80 Hi-Way Sale that’s about to rise along the right-of way from Mississippi to Mesquite is more than a garage sale. It’s an opportunity. An opportunity for cities and businesses along the Hwy to take advantage of what most of us yearn for…. getting a good bargain and bringing tourists to town. …

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Oct 18 2013

Memories and milestones: Good Shepherd Foundation and Good Shepherd Guild present 30th Gold Rush Anniversary

Good Shepherd’s Foundation and the Good Shepherd Guild present the 30th annual Gold Rush, “Memories & Milestones,” benefiting Good Shepherd’s newest project, the Outpatient Imaging and Emergency Center to be located on Hawkins Parkway. Gold Rush “Memories & Milestones” will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 19, at Maude Cobb Convention and Activity …

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Oct 16 2013

Going to college:Preparing them early for the next phase in their lives

Forest Park Middle school National Honor Junior Society students took a field trip to Stephen F. Austin University this week. The students had a chance to experience full college life on SFA’s campus. They all got a chance to speak with college students and four seniors took them on a tour of the campus experiencing …

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Oct 11 2013

Healthy Woman Pink Out successful

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Longview Regional Medical Center’s Healthy Woman program recently hosted its second annual Pink Out event at Dillard’s Lingerie Department in the Longview Mall. The free event was open to the community of all ages. “The Healthy Woman Program provides this free event to the community to heighten breast …

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Oct 10 2013

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 04 2013

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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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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