Area animal shelter directors praise new euthanasia law
Directors of animal shelters across Northeast Texas are applauding a state law passed May 10 which immediately bans carbon monoxide euthanasia.
Gregg historical commission: Help mark history
With the planned unveiling of three new historical markers in June, the Gregg County Historical Commission this week invited residents or organizations to mark their own place in history.
State health officials spot first case of West Nile
Texas health officials on Friday confirmed the season’s first case of West Nile illness, diagnosed in nearby Anderson County.
White Oak student wins four UIL journalism medals
You could say White Oak High School senior Austin Jordan is the Michael Phelps of Texas high school journalism.
White Oak journalism teacher wins statewide award, retires
Longtime White Oak High School journalism teacher Suzanne Bardwell is going out with a bang.
Memorial Day events slated across area
Several Memorial Day ceremonies have been slated Monday in East Texas.
Longview Mall plans Safe Summer event
Longview Mall will hold its Kidgits Safe Summer event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today in the center court.
No trial next week for ex-Upshur commissioner
Former Upshur County Commissioner Lloyd Crabtree will not go on trial in Gilmer’s 115th District Court on Wednesday as scheduled.
Former New Diana kindergarten teacher hosts last graduation party
For almost 20 years, Carol Parrymore has hosted an annual Coke float party for each kindergarten class she taught as they graduated high school.
Gregg County judge announces re-election bid
County Judge Bill Stoudt said Friday he is seeking another term as Gregg County’s chief executive.
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