Tag Archive: reading

Sep 12 2014

Whoooooo’s That Owl

The Tyler Public Library is holding a contest to name the Whooos a Reader owl, as illustrated on the right.  As part of the Library’s remodeling project, Cherry and Jim Day created the sculpture which will be displayed on the right side of the Library’s main front entrance. To participate in the contest, please visit …

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May 29 2013

Improve academically:FREE program to be offered

Kilgore College is looking for students to enroll in its annual Summer Bridge Program beginning July 15. The program, called the Preparatory Academy for College Excellence (PACE) is a free way for students to refresh skills in reading and writing or math in hopes of eliminating developmental coursework. The course will be taught by KC …

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May 29 2012

Tackling stress

By Greg Asimakoupoulos Summer is that time of year when most of us are reminded how stressful our lives really are. Vacation breaks and more relaxed routines are such a contrast to the work-related schedules that fuel our frenzy most the year. The lives of most people in the community in which I live are …

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Jan 31 2012

Summer program seeks donations

Tyler Parks and Recreation is seeking donations of arts and crafts supplies, table games, sporting equipment and youth reading books for its free, summer playground program that will take place at five park locations for 10 weeks beginning in June. “Instead of throwing away an old board game or baseballs that no longer get used, …

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