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Jan 25 2015

HOMELESS SURVEY: East Texas Human Needs Network conducts the Point in Time Survey and Count

East Texas Human Needs Network will conduct a Homeless Survey Thursday, January 22, 2015 in a continuing effort to address the homelessness issues facing community members in Smith County and throughout the state.  East Texas Human Needs Network will conduct a Homeless Survey Thursday, January 22, 2015 in a continuing effort to address the homelessness …

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Dec 27 2014

Accepting Applications: Housing Choice Voucher Program

The City of Tyler Housing Agency is still accepting online applications for its Housing Choice Voucher Program Waiting List till Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014 for applicants who live or work in Smith County. The Housing Choice Voucher Program is the federal government’s primary program for very low-income families to lease or purchase safe, decent and …

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Dec 26 2014

Eleven Longview Couples to Shining Hope Campaign Council

Susan and Rodney Henry and Kellie and Rogers Pope Jr., co-chairs of the Shining Hope Longview Campaign, have announced 11 local couples to serve as campaign council members in support of the recently announced $6 million campaign to  expand Buckner International ministries in Longview. Joining the Henrys and Popes on the council are: Karen and …

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Dec 07 2014

Gilmer, Texas Native Serves With A Navy Maritime Patrol Squadron

A 1994 Gilmer High School graduate and Gilmer, Texas native is serving with Patrol Squadron Sixteen (VP-16), also known as the “War Eagles”. Petty Officer 1st Class Bryan Jones is an aviation structural mechanic with VP-16, a Jacksonville-based squadron that operates the Navy’s newly-designed maritime patrol aircraft, the P-8A Poseidon. Each aircraft has an aircrew …

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Nov 27 2014

More Blessed To Give

Robert E. Lee students support classmate after life-changing surgery Quiet, but hardworking, student athlete, Jacob Spillers, 17, came to open soccer tryouts his freshmen year with little experience but a lot of grit and determination, says Robert E. Lee Boys Soccer Coach Martin Germany. Coach Germany admits that at first he didn’t think Jacob should …

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Nov 21 2014

Liberty Hall To Premier “Little Hope Was Arson”

Liberty Hall is pleased to announce the premier of acclaimed Slamdance documentary, “Little Hope Was Arson” on Sunday, Nov. 23 at 2 and 4 p.m. Acquiring the film for all rights in the U.S. and Canada, The Orchard is releasing “Little Hope Was Arson” theatrically in several markets including New York, Los Angeles and Tyler, …

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Nov 19 2014

NURSING PROGRAM RECOGNIZED

The University of Texas at Tyler online nursing programming has achieved national recognition, Dr. Yong Tai Wang, College of Nursing and Health Sciences dean, announced. Out of 50 nationally accredited nursing institutions analyzed by the national independent organization SuperScholar, UT Tyler ranks among the best in the country to offer quality online undergraduate nursing education. …

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Nov 01 2014

Debate Rages Over Guardrails: Safety remains top priority says TxDOT

On October 24, Texas-based Trinity Industries, Inc. announced it will halt shipments of its ET-Plus highway guardrail system after losing a massive lawsuit for misleading regulators. A jury in federal district court in Marshall, Texas awarded a plaintiff a $175 million settlement after a whistle-blower told a judge the company changed the design of caps that affix …

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