New setting, new fans
KILGORE — A decision to move a Kilgore balloon event to Driller Park this year paid off Wednesday in big ways, organizers said.
Longview University Center to offer advising for new criminal courses
The University of Texas at Tyler’s Longview University Center will host an advising session for students interested in the university’s first year of criminal justice courses.
Gladewater Police Department to offer citizen police academy
The Gladewater Police Department aims to educate the public and debunk myths about police work during its first citizen police academy in September.
Anderson’s family site now set up
Since the June 30th murder of Scottsville native and 1990 Marshall High School graduate Lahomer Anderson in her Dallas home, her young adult daughter, La’Nin Green, has been trying to pick up the piec
Her sister gone, Fort Worth woman finally finds peace
MHS grad completes med school
Daniel John Cornelius recently graduated from Kansas City University of Medicine and Bioscience.
Area Methodist churches unite again for annual rummage sale
About 60 students at Asbury House Child Enrichment Center may gain an educational head start Friday thanks to proceeds from china plates, vinyl records, used furniture and other items.
Construction underway in pipe project
Marshall’s water department provided an update on the progress being made with the construction of the by-pass piping project happening at the main water site.
Henderson writer’s workshop supports young career paths
HENDERSON — Bobbie Shafer delayed her calling until retirement, but in hindsight, she believes the early bird gets the bookworm.
New exhibit opens at Marshall Visual Arts
Residents will get the chance to view artwork made by community members over the last four years at The Art Event’s Gallery Exhibit Opening reception tonight.
Keeping old codes could raise cost of insurance; City builders weigh concerns of potential safety ra
City officials said Thursday that a downgrade in Longview’s safety rating because of old building codes could raise insurance policies between $50 and $100.
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