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May 11

WGU forks over scholarship funds

The online, non-profit university WGU Texas has announced it is expanding its support of Texas education. In addition to its established Finish to Go Further program it is introducing what it calls its Pursuit of Excellence Transfer Scholarship to urge promising East Texans to expand their educations via WGU Texas. Kilgore College President Dr. Bill …

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Mar 15

College awareness

Tyler ISD’s Bell Elementary Global Communications Academy is celebrating a new partnership with Tyler Junior College (TJC) to help create a college-going culture among students as young as elementary age. The two schools announced the partnership during a “Leaders Today, College Tomorrow” assembly at the Bell campus Wednesday. The partnership will expose Bell students to …

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Dec 30

Tyler to purchase animal care facility

The City of Tyler has announced its plan to move forward with the purchase of property at 4218 Chandler Highway for the purposes of opening a city-owned and operated animal care facility. On Nov. 15, the City entered into a sales contract for $550,000 for the 10 acres and existing buildings on the property to …

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Feb 05

TISD Welcomes New Super

The Tyler Independent School District (TISD) board of trustees has unanimously voted to make Gary Mooring the district’s new superintendent. “I am honored to buy cialis online be named Tyler ISD superintendent,” Mooring said. “I am committed to the district and to this community. I will continue facing challenges head-on while working closely with the …

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Dec 20

AT&T grant funds East Texas students

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Tyler Junior College (TJC) dual-credit students from Arp, Chapel Hill, Lindale, John Tyler and Robert E. Lee high schools are to receive funding from a $20,000 grant provided by the AT&T Foundation. On December 5, AT&T Director of External Affairs Candice Gast presented the check to TJC President Dr. Mike Metke and Tyler Mayor Barbara …

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Nov 30

Shoot for the stars

The AT&T Foundation presents a $25,000 gift to the Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior College, to be used for educational  programming and headline shows to the center. From left: Dr. Mike Metke, TJC president; Candice Gast, AT&T director of external affairs for Northeast Texas; Barbara Bass, mayor of Tyler; Dr. Tom Hooten, director of the science center; Dr. Kim Russell, TJC vice president for advancement and external affairs;  and Dr. Randy Reid, Tyler ISD superintendent.  Photo courtesy of Allen Arrick/Tyler Junior College

Students from all over East Texas will be reaching for (and maybe even visiting) the stars, following a grant from the AT&T Foundation to the Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior College.  The $25,000 will fund educational programming and headline shows at the center, newly reopened in September following extensive renovation …

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Nov 16

AT&T supports educational programming

East Texas students will be able to reach for the stars and some may even visit them someday, thanks to a grant from the AT&T Foundation to the Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior College. The $25,000 gift supports educational programming and headline shows at the center, which reopened in September …

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Jun 15

Students earn acclaim

Thirty-four high school juniors from across East Texas will help make up the first student body to accept the benefits of a new scholarship program created by a partnership between Tyler Junior College (TJC) and AT&T.  Students attending high schools where TJC is offering dual-credit classes can earn no-cost college credit providing they meet financial …

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