Entryways, housing options to up quality of life
As the first 700 of nearly 2,500 Comprehensive Plan survey responses streamed in, nearly seven in 10 residents said they were satisfied or very satisfied with the quality of life in Longview.
Greater Oak Grove pastor anniversary
Greg Abbott, Chuck Norris urge East Texans to ‘get out and vote’
TYLER — Texas Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott told a Tyler audience Friday his election is an opportunity to put East Texas values in the governor’s mansion.
Slow start to early voting in East Texas
The pace of early voting will have to pick up in Gregg County to reach the level achieved the last time the governor’s job was on the ballot. Other Longview-area counties also were reporting slower ea
East Texas schools’ marching bands do well at UIL competitions
The Longview High School Lobo Band on Saturday earned a first division rating from the entire judging panel to bring home its 65th consecutive “superior” University Interscholastic League marching con
Angel Network concert set tonight in Longview
Neal McCoy returns to the Belcher Center tonight with his 20th annual East Texas Angel Network concert.
Summit UMC fills boxes for Operation Christmas Child
Most East Texans spent this past July hurrying from one air conditioned building to another, but a group of members of Summit United Methodist Church in Marshall spent the summer month pounding the pa
WECC kids get field day training at ETBU
There was a lot of running, jumping, pedaling and smiling going on Friday at Keys Gymnasium on the East Texas Baptist University campus, as more than a 100 pre-kindergartners and a dozen ETBU students
Marshall boy assaulted at bus stop
A 10-year-old Marshall boy is at Dallas Children Medical Center after being assaulted Friday at a bus stop by another student, who is in police custody.
Paul Pewitt student among 60 in nation selected for National FFA Band
A Paul Pewitt student is among 60 in the nation who will perform next week as a member of the National FFA Band.
Police: Irving man had more than 1,000 improper videos
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