Tag Archive: phone

May 24 2013

Drive responsibly: DPS increases patrols for Memorial Day Weekend

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will significantly increase trooper patrols this Memorial Day weekend to help keep Texas roadways safe. During the increased patrols Friday, May 24, through Monday, May 27, troopers will be looking for drunk drivers, speeders, seat belt violators and other traffic violators statewide. “Memorial Day is a time of …

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May 07 2013

Don’t hang it up: Landlines create a lifeline for rural Texans

The past few decades have been one of breathtaking change in telephone communications technology. Nowadays, we Texans are able to connect with family, friends and business associates via traditional landline telephones, and through video, voice and data communications delivered over integrated wireline and wireless networks. Despite this remarkable leap in technology, universally available landline phone …

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May 03 2013

Lone Star State: Charity Scams

It’s sad but true. Following major disasters and tragedies, scam artists impersonate charities to steal money or get private information from well-intentioned taxpayers. Fraudulent schemes involve solicitations by phone, social media, email or in-person. Scam artists use a variety of tactics. Some operate bogus charities that contact people by telephone to solicit money or financial …

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May 01 2013

SB 1327: Toll road construction project and public utilities

East Texas Review Dear Editor: I sincerely hope the Legislature will enact SB 1327. This bill deals with toll road construction projects and public utilities, which operate in the right-of-way. Currently, any cost of moving public utilities is shared between the utility (and thus its customers) and the toll road project. If SB 1327 is …

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Jan 24 2012

Museum cover AT&T Yellow Pages

Neina Kennedy, Museum Director; Edwin Graves, AT&T Advertising Solutions Area Market Manager; Dee Farmer, Senator Eltife’s district director;  Candice Gast, AT&T external affairs director; and the Honorable Gregg County Judge Bill Stoudt  attend the unveiling of the new AT&T Yellow Pages at the Gregg County Historical Museum.

The Gregg County Historical Museum personnel, volunteers, board members, community members and AT&T executives were delighted to unveil the cover of the new Greater Longview AT&T Real Yellow Pages directory featuring the Everett Building, home to the Gregg County Historical Museum. Tammy Cromer-Campbell took the cover photo, which highlights the structure’s rounded bay and recessed …

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