Hallsville ISD receives boost from local car dealership
The Hallsville ISD Education Foundation and Hallsville Intermediate School received a boost from a local car dealership after an August fundraiser.
Harrison County residents turn out to express election woes
MARSHALL — After no receiving ballots and voter registration cards, Harrison County residents turned up en masse Thursday to a special meeting of the Harrison County Elections Commission to hear how i
Denton votes on fracking ban
DENTON — Anti-fracking activists and campaigners backed by big oil and gas companies sparred outside of voting sites on the last day of early voting in a North Texas university town that’s considering
Area early voting doesn’t match 2010
If a hotly contested governor’s race and other statewide offices in the balance are generating more interest than most non-presidential years, it doesn’t show in Gregg and surrounding counties.
Mission Carthage breaks ground on new men’s shelter
CARTHAGE — A nonprofit organization that ministers to those in need has broken ground on a new shelter to serve men, including those who are transitioning from prison and drug rehab facilities back in
Harrison County candidate forum set for today
MARSHALL — The Registered Voters of East Texas is holding a candidate forum from 5 to 7 p.m. today, featuring candidates who are vying for contested Harrison County positions in Tuesday’s general elec
Ex-Kilgore mayor Bill Wilson dies at 81, felt debt of gratitude to city
Former Kilgore Mayor Bill Wilson felt he owed the City of Stars for the life it gave him and his family, so he spent nearly 20 years giving back, his son said Friday.
Kilgore groups forced to readjust
KILGORE — A change in hotel occupancy tax funding criteria left four applicants for the heads-in-beds funds with fewer dollars than they asked for.
Green, Whaley streets set to reopen in Longview
For the first time in almost two years, Green Street is expected to be open throughout downtown Longview on Monday.
Longview ISD sees enrollment increase for 2014-15 school year
Longview ISD has seen an almost 2 percent increase in student enrollment this year that will bring in $600,000 to $700,000 in additional state funding, Assistant Superintendent Jody Clements said Frid
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