Tag Archive: Longview

Aug 26 2014

LANDMARKS OF LONGVIEW: Gregg County Historical Museum slates an architectural home tour

The Gregg County Historical Museum is proud to present the 15th Annual Landmarks of Longview Architectural Tour. In honor of the spirit of generosity from longtime Gregg County and Longview contributor, this year’s Heritage Award will be presented to Linda Ryan Thomas. This year, our tour will also recognize, in memoriam, the inspirational founder of …

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Aug 23 2014

City of Longview praised

The weather was dreary, wet and rainy, but the mood was as bright as a cloudless sky as the Great Texas Balloon Race went off with its typical fun and enthusiasm. The sunny dispositions of the locals was especially appealing to the participants. Dr. Janice Sines is a pilot with a group called Balloon Stormers, crewed …

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Aug 22 2014

League Steps Up

For the 21st straight year, the Junior League of Longview (JLL), has provided what all too many local families cannot afford–school supplies. The JLL works to give every local young mind the tools for a successful education. JLL member Kelsey Runge chaired this year’s event, but took no personal credit, instead giving it all to supporters. “First Baptist …

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Aug 07 2014

All Aboard: The school supply train is coming

Although the hot days of summer are still with us, school days will be here soon. This means that students and parents are beginning their annual search for school supplies and uniforms. The Junior League of Longview, Inc. is once again teaming up with Buckner Children and Family Services, First Baptist Church of Longview, and …

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Aug 02 2014

UTT hosts session

The University of Texas at Tyler Longview University Center will host an advising session for students interested in the criminal justice program. An advising team will be on the UT Tyler LUC campus 6 – 7 p.m. Monday, August 11 to provide information about the UT Tyler bachelor of science in criminal justice degree. Instructors, …

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Aug 01 2014

Taking care of pets

Sometimes it feels as if there are dogs everywhere in Longview. For example, on Mobberly Avenue, it is common to see young people and adults walking with their dogs. Other times, stray dogs are walking or running on the street looking for food or scraps to eat. This week, Campers at Broughton Recreation Center learned …

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Jul 31 2014

Olympic and world champion to keynote event

Longview Regional Medical Center (LRMC) has earmarked August 7 as the date it will celebrate six years of its Healthy Women program. Shannon Miller will keynote this event to be held at Longview’s Maude Cobb Convention Center at 100 Grande Boulevard. The event will start with a free, open-to-the-public women’s expo lasting from 3:30 to …

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Jul 28 2014

Future CEOs shout YEA

The Longview Chamber of Commerce has begun taking applications for the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) autumn 2014 semester. This year-long program walks middle and high school students through the processes of establishing and then running their own businesses or social movements. All students grades 6-12 are invited to enroll in YEA! While at the academy …

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