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Sep 06 2015

Family Fishing Tourney Slated


The Glass Recreation Center, in partnership with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, will host a Family Fun Fishing Tournament on Sept. 12 from 9 a.m. to noon at Woldert Park, located at 501 W. 32nd St. Come and join the fun! You do not need a fishing license to participate. Bring rod and bait …

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Sep 05 2015

“Century of Women” Exhibit Comes to Library

Art Festival

As part of the Art of Peace – Tyler festival, the Soka Gakkai International traveling exhibit, “Century of Women,” will make a stop at the Tyler Public Library from Sept. 13 through 20.  The exhibit is part of the peace-making initiative, Victory Over Violence, which was created by the youth of Soka Gakkai International – …

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Aug 28 2015

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Endorses Bryan Hughes


AUSTIN – Dan Patrick, Lt. Governor of Texas, endorsed State Representative Bryan Hughes Tuesday in the race to replace retiring District 1 State Senator Kevin Eltife. “Bryan has earned the respect and admiration of conservatives all across Texas for his work in the Texas House. He is just the sort of leader we need to …

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Aug 28 2015

Employees Recognized


Kasey Quezada worked as a secretary for the Smith County Adult Probation Department before deciding to go back to school and become a probation officer. On Monday, Ms. Quezada was recognized in Commissioners Court for 20 years of service to the county. Her supervisor, Brenda Culpepper, said 20 years represents a lot of life. “She …

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Aug 27 2015

County Budget, Tax Rate Adopted


The Smith County Commissioners Court on Monday voted unanimously to approve the Fiscal Year 2016 balanced budget and the unchanged tax rate. The budget process formally began in April. After six budget workshops and two public hearings, Commissioners approved the budget, which addressed adequate funding for law enforcement and jail operations; improvements to county roads …

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Aug 22 2015

Patriot Classic Raises over $160,000


The University of Texas at Tyler Patriot Classic raised $163,953.25 to benefit the university’s scholarship program, President Rodney H. Mabry announced. The annual fundraiser includes the UT Tyler Suddenlink Patriot Million Dollar Hole-in-One Contest and the Patriot Golf Classic. The Patriots organization leads and staffs the hole-in-one contest, and the Patriot Golf Classic committee organizes …

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Aug 21 2015

Partnership: UTT, SHSU To Offer Engineering

Standing from left: Dr. Stanley Kelley, SHSU chair of the Department of Agricultural Sciences and Engineering Technology; Dr. John Pascarella, SHSU dean of the College of Sciences; Dr. James Nelson, UT Tyler College of Engineering dean; and Sarah Bowdin, UT Tyler assistant vice president for enrollment management.  
Sitting from left: Dr. Jaimie Hebert, SHSU provost and vice president for academic affairs; and Dr. Amir Mirmiran, UT Tyler provost and vice president for academic affairs.

The University of Texas at Tyler and Sam Houston State University have entered a partnership to offer an effective pathway for students at Sam Houston to earn a four-year degree in selected fields of engineering. With this partnership, SHSU and UT Tyler create a seamless transition from lower-level coursework to completion of their baccalaureate degree …

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Aug 21 2015



JT Big Blue Band to March Saturday The John Tyler High School Big Blue Band will perform their annual March-A-Thon fundraising event Saturday. The band will march through neighborhood streets, stopping at homes to perform lawn concerts. Parents, neighbors and community members along the route who pledge $100 will receive a three-song performance. Pledges of …

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