Area school districts, universities utilize social media applications to share news
In today’s digital technology age, schools and universities are utilizing social media applications, like Facebook, Twitter and chat forums to share news.
Highway funding experts urge Nov. 4 ballot
A trio of highway funding experts urged Longview business leaders Thursday to support a Nov. 4 referendum that would dedicate billions from the state’s emergency reserves for highway infrastructure wo
Typical Fort Worth water and sewer bill may rise $3.31 a month
Gregg sheriff: No influx of immigrants
Cohesive relationships among local law enforcement, emergency preparedness officials and federal immigration offices leave Gregg County Sheriff Maxey Cerliano comfortable but watchful while peering so
ETBU staff overwhelms new students, parents with help during move-in day
East Texas Baptist University’s campus bustled with activity Thursday as staff and teachers helped students move into their new dorms.
Kilgore board stands behind RR quiet zone
The Kilgore Main Street Advisory Board on Thursday officially recommended the city spend about $41,000 to make a railroad quiet zone downtown.
Fort Worth Blue Zones Project asks for policy changes to promote health
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Arlington school trustees set slightly higher tax rate
LeTourneau University hosts dorm move-in day for freshmen, transfer students
LeTourneau University freshman Drew Guikema was excited to begin his college career and begin growing closer to God on Thursday, while he and his family readied his possessions for his move into Thoma
Doctor who contracted Ebola discharged from Atlanta hospital
Gohmert makes stop at TSTC in Marshall
Congressman Louie Gohmert visited the site of the International Schools/Texas State Technical College professional driving training Thursday.
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