Harrison clerk readies for mandated e-filing
The Supreme Court has mandated that in all civil cases in district courts, statutory county courts and constitutional county courts, e-filing will be required.
Waskom VFD observes annual National Fire Prevention Week
The Waskom Fire Department is fighting fire with knowledge by observing National Fire Prevention Week this year in the same week that National Night Out occurs.
Eyes on Arlington: Chic tablescapes at Mansfield luncheon Oct. 16
Union Grove ISD students perform ‘Prince Rabbit’ at new performing arts center
GLADEWATER — Union Grove High School students used their new performing arts complex for the first time Monday and Tuesday.
Longview native begins statewide marathon to raise funds for cancer patients
When Oleus Lilly crossed the finish line in Longview in December 2010 after a 27-day jog from Fort Worth to Longview, he had a larger goal in mind.
Film in Dallas to benefit anti-trafficking organization
Fort Worth residents seek ‘trustworthy’ superintendent
Kilgore College theater department to present comedy
Kilgore College’s theater department will perform the Tom Stoppard comedy “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead” at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7-11 and at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at the Van Cliburn Auditorium.
MHS student semi-finalist in scholarship program
Caleb Williams, a senior at Marshall High School, was named as a semi-finalist in the 51st annual National Merit Scholarship Corporation's national achievement scholarship program.
Keep Longview Beautiful takes over citywide cleanup
Longview officials hope a revamp of the twice-a-year recycling and trash pickup day will help beautify the city and cut down on litter.
Results of Longview transportation survey unveiled
More than 90 percent of residents drive alone to work, but nearly 60 percent believe the traffic conditions are good or very good.
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