‘Nut’ tickets on sale
Make this holiday season extra special by taking in a performance of Peter Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker” at Texas A&M International University on Thursday, Dec. 4 through Sunday, Dec. 7 at the Center for the Fine and Performing Arts Theatre.
LISD reports bullying cases
LISD officials reported 79 cases of bullying for the month of October while showing a high number of attendance visits, which show the number of times a student received counseling for chronic absences.
Nonprofit’s goal is to help supply medication
Assisting the needy with their medication is the goal of a nonprofit that supplies drugs, either generic or branded, at a low cost for up to six months.
Review policies, come clean
If Jim Falvella or Bill Hall were around, they would probably be writing an opinion column titled Around the Town.
Providers for homeless working on transportation issue
Couple probes avenues to loosen Harrison County ordinance blocking Caddo bed-and-breakfast
An Arlington couple who hoped to convert two historic cabooses into a bed-and-breakfast off Caddo Lake are contemplating a legal track five years after they say Harrison County sprang a prohibitive or
Singing and composing
A Laredo woman who began singing in childhood almost achieved a goal recently — she reached the quarterfinals of “Tengo Talento, Mucho Talento!” — A talent competition broadcast by Estrella TV, based in Los Angeles.
Radio announcer wins award
A local radio announcer was awarded the Premio Nacional de Locución 2014 (National Announcers Award 2014) by the Asociación Nacional de Locutores de México, A.C., in the Social Content category.
State parks draw crowds, provide economic impact
amarillo.com / Mon, 24 Nov 2014 04:07:40 +0000
State parks can make visitors go “ahhh,” but those visitors also open their wallets making significant economic impacts in surrounding communities, and the Texas Panhandle’s parks are no different.
Longview road report for the week of Nov. 23
The city of Longview has scheduled the following projects that may affect traffic this week across the city:
Woman eyed immigrants for clients
As immigrants waited in South Texas detention centers to get legal help, a Boerne woman says she trolled the centers to round up clients for three immigration lawyers and eventually for herself, keeping a cut of attorneys fees in an illegal practice that went on for two years, court records show.
Kilgore Snow Hill Festival lights up eyes under city’s lit-up derricks
KILGORE — Kaytlin Forrest reached the foot of Mt. Kilgore, a custom built snow hill in downtown Kilgore, and jumped up and down from her inner tube in glee.
New Precinct 1 team
Newly elected Webb County Commissioner Frank Sciaraffa is bringing in a team to Precinct 1, including former County Attorney Anna Laura Cavazos Ramirez.
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