Tag Archive: Longview

Mar 25

GSMC celebrates health

The amazing accomplishments of seven members were celebrated at the Good Shepherd Institute for recent Healthy Living’s fifth annual “Inspire Award” luncheon. The Inspire Award 2014 winner is Tom Leahy, a stroke survivor who recently completed his third one-mile walk at the St. Mary’s Stampede. The award was developed to recognize Institute members who have …

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Mar 24

Exposition: UT Tyler presents Bosnian Genocide Exhibit

The University of Texas at Tyler Robert R. Muntz Library currently features the exhibit “The Prijedor: Lives from the Bosnian Genocide,” Jeanne Standley, library director, announced. The public exhibit, continuing through Monday, April 7, tells the story of genocide in the Bosnian city of Prijedor between 1992 and 1995. Thirty-two panels and a 40-minute video …

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Mar 13

Longview Transit serves city with excellence

A decade ago Longview’s residents and civic leaders perceived a need for an improved system of public transportation. They came together to create a bus system whose worth just keeps becoming more apparent. Longview Transit Management, Inc., commenced operations March 17, 2003. Like  most great things it started small, but has matured into something substantial …

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Mar 13

Annie Palmer honored

  Women from far and near gathered Saturday afternoon for the celebration of Mt. Olive Baptist Church First Lady “Queen” Annie Palmer. Church members, fellow First Ladies, friends and spectators were in awe of the brunch given to the First Lady themed “Our Queen’s Time.” She was escorted by her granddaughters,  into a room filled …

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Mar 10

Young Entrepreneur’s featured

Student entrepreneurs participating in the Longview Chamber of Commerce’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy will present their company’s business plan before a panel of local leaders of industry and a public audience on March 19 at the Glaske Center for Engineering, Science & Technology on the LeTourneau University campus in the Barry Auditorium. The reception will begin …

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Mar 10

“Big Bang” lock-up for teen planned March 14

The final event of Spring Geek Week is going to be a lock-in on Friday, March 14. The theme will be television’s The Big Bang Theory. We’ll be watching episodes of the hit tv show so wear your favorite “geek” ensemble. We’ll also have some snacks and drinks. Here’s the details: 1. This event is …

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Mar 02

Golf tourney slated

The Longview World of Wonders Youth Advisory Council is hosting a four-person scramble golf tournament starting at 1 p.m. March 29. Lunch will be provided at noon. Entry fee is $85 per golfer with $5 mulligans or 5 for $20. Hole sponsorships are available for $100 with super sponsorships available for $200. Team sponsorship/hole sponsorships …

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Feb 26

Good Shepherd Health System cutting back

Good Shepherd Health System has announced the impending closure of its satellite facilities in Linden, Texas effective April 30th. The Linden Municipal Hospital Authority has also been informed of this development. The clinics are Good Shepherd Medical Associates Family Health Centers located at 404 North Kaufman in Linden and 201 East 2nd Street in Hughes …

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