Pinson wants to continue success
Megan Hickey Pinson, who was appointed Pct. 1 justice of the peace this past fall, said she’s committed to the continuing success and integrity of the community, which is why she is running to continu
State board suspends accused veterinarian’s license for five years
40th Harvest Festival begins today in Longview
The 40th annual Harvest Festival and Livestock Show begins today.
120-day sentence for Gilmer nurse in DWI death of area man
Lynden Bell’s mother told her son’s killer Tuesday that she is praying for her, as Sarah Reeves was sentenced to prison plus a probation heavy on alcohol treatment.
Local tutoring company owners plead guilty to federal charges
Marshall ISD parents will be able to pay for children’s lunches online
Marshall Independent School District parents will be able to use technology to control what their kids eat at school — literally.
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Elementary plans neighborhood walk
J.H. Moore Elementary School is holding a neighborhood walk from 5:30 – 7 p.m., Oct. 28.
Fort Worth OKs temporary ban on building permits near TCU
Rafael Cruz visits Harrison County GOP
Comprehensive plan protects Longview’s future thoroughfares
Joe Timmons, 74, sits with his bike, smoking a cigarillo alongside Mobberly Avenue waiting to continue his trek from his downtown home to his mother’s house in South Longview.
Sale of Wonderland assets almost complete
Hawaiian Falls Water Park has almost completed its purchase of the Wonderland of Lights’ assets from the Marshall Convention and Visitors’ Bureau.
Longview vigil honors state’s 119 victims of domestic violence
They say domestic violence is nearer than most people think.
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