Tag Archive: Smith county

Sep 14 2011

Flu shots available

The Northeast Texas Public Health District has started offering  flu vaccinations at their location at 815 N. Broadway.  Special NETPHD Immunization Clinic hours have been established and are Monday – Thursday 8am – 11am and 1pm – 4pm and Wednesday until 6pm. The seasonal flu vaccination will be given on a first come, first serve …

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Jul 13 2011

Smith County nominated

The County Treasurers’ Association of Texas (CTAT) has announced that Smith County Treasurer Kelli White is one of 4 nominees in the state of Texas for the 2011 Texas Outstanding Treasurer Award. There are 245 County Treasurers grouped into 12 Regions in the County Treasurers’ Association of Texas (CTAT) and each one nominates a Treasurer …

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Jun 15 2011

Sale, use of aerial fireworks prohibited

The Smith County Commissioners Court voted Tuesday to restrict the sale and use of certain aerial fireworks outside of city limits for the Fourth of July Fireworks season and as needed during existence of drought conditions. The ban applies to the sale and use of fireworks that are “rockets with sticks” or “missiles with fins.” …

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May 12 2011

Funding priorities first

Recently the House passed a budget that I voted against because it appropriated almost half a billion dollars to corporate welfare that I believe should be going to our schools, the weak among us and the elderly. Perhaps that was not popular with some of my fellow Representatives, but voting to send money to corporations …

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Mar 07 2011

Police Report

police beat

Gregg County Jail                 William Edward Welch, 24, of Kilgore and Tori Gambling, 19, of Longview remained jailed Sunday on $30,000 bond each, charged with manual delivery of a controlled substance. Police said Welch and Gambling were arrested Saturday morning at Motel 6 in the 100 block of South Access Road.                 Patrick Shane Russell, …

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