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Apr 27

District set to honor Alumni class

Longview ISD on May 9 will honor three former students during the annual Distinguished Alumni ceremony and luncheon. Events are set to begin at 9:30 a.m. with the Longview ISD Foundation commemorative brick presentation at the Lobo Foundation Plaza (near the home entrance to Lobo Stadium). This event is free and open to the public. …

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Apr 19

Chamber professionals to attend roundtable

The Longview Chamber of Commerce will be well represented at the Northeast Texas Roundtable in Paris, Texas on April 22. Kayla Cantey and Diana Northcutt with the Longview Chamber of Commerce will be among the attendees at this year’s event. Held at the Paris city Council chambers, the Northeast Texas Roundtable is a regional consortium …

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Apr 17

Foster Band wins coveted sweepstakes

The Foster Middle School Band this past weekend earned a rare distinction among Texas middle school bands – the coveted Concert & Sight-Reading Sweepstakes award. And the judges were unanimous in their decision, which is even rarer. Bands that compete at concert and sight-reading contests must first perform pieces that they’ve rehearsed for several weeks.  …

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Apr 10

Selfless service

It was quite a crowd. The Longview Nonprofit Coalition Board worked countless hours to put together a great reception in  honor of  volunteers. The recent luncheon brought  25 non-profit agencies and their priceless volunteers to Maude Cobb Convention Center for an annual event. It is important to note, Longview volunteers have put in a total …

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Apr 09

Things have changed in Texas

In recent months, there have been many news stories resulting from cases – both nationally and here in Texas – which focus on the failures within our justice system in the investigation and prosecution of child abuse cases, particularly child sexual abuse, in the early 1980s and 90s. Like most Americans, I find myself heartbroken …

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Apr 08

County Commended

The Smith County Commissioners Court was commended for keeping transparent financial records and for exceeding conventional reporting requirements in an annual independent financial audit report presented by Henry & Peters, P.C., during a regular meeting this week. CPA Tal Glenn thanked the Smith County Auditor’s staff for their cooperation and assistance during the 3-week investigation …

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Apr 06

Gregg County Sheriff, LPD arrest delinquent parents

Gregg County Sheriff Maxey Cerliano and Longview Police Chief Don Dingler have arrested 10 Gregg County parents who violated court orders requiring them to pay child support. Today’s sweep was conducted in conjunction with the Texas Attorney General’s Child Support Division. The effort focused on parents who were the subjects of arrest warrants because of …

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Mar 31

Program awarded

Kilgore College President Dr. Bill Holda is pleased to announce that the KC Process Technology Program was awarded $318,250 to purchase training equipment. The grant is a part of the Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) Job Building Fund which “provides grants to community colleges to acquire building and equipment needed to train workers for …

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