Family seeks records in Tiede case
Marjorie Nugent’s family believes correspondence between the Panola County district attorney and the people who made a movie about the elderly woman’s killer will show a conflict of interest in the ca
Latest nursing class graduates UTTL
Sixteen East Texas area students graduated from The University of Texas at Tyler on Friday, Dec. 12.
County honors Judge Rucker at retirement party
Midland Reporter-Telegram / Sat, 20 Dec 2014 00:05:00 -0600
Family members, county employees and members of the local legal community came to the Midland County Courthouse on Friday to honor retiring 318th District Judge Dean Rucker.
2012 film shooting hung over decision
LOS ANGELES — When a group claiming credit for the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment threated violence against theaters showing “The Interview,” the fate of the movie’s big-screen life was all bu
Trinity Episcopal School holds World Bazaar event, study
Trinity Episcopal School held a special program recently about culture. Called World Bazaar, the event is a cross curriculum, three month project that culminated in a huge presentation on Dec. 12 at T
Last minute Christmas shopping for the gamer in your life
Midland Reporter-Telegram / Fri, 19 Dec 2014 19:31:00 -0600
It is not too late to shop for your video game inclined friend, significant other, or family member, even if this is the final weekend for holiday shopping.
ETBU named to national higher education honor roll
For the fourth consecutive year, East Texas Baptist University has been named to the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by the Corporation for National and Community Servic
Abbott hints at tax election changes
Texas taxpayers could be given a little more power over the government purse, if some proposals discussed by Gov.-elect Greg Abbott and area legislators become law.
Church, fraternity group to continue toy giveaway
Mike Mitchell hopes to spread Christmas cheer this Sunday by giving out toys to kids that are less fortunate.
Buckeyes snag 3rd state title
Gilmer’s second-half comeback Friday against West Orange-Stark at AT&T Stadium in Arlington landed the Buckeyes their third state championship.
Officer cleared in shooting
A Gregg County grand jury has cleared Longview police officer Johnny Lyons of wrongdoing in the Aug. 7 shooting death of Regan Marshall Wagner.
LISD Foundation launches campaign
In 2015 the Longview ISD Education Foundation will celebrate its 20th anniversary but it’s kicking off the celebration with a new fundraising campaign, logo and website.
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