Longview actor heads to VMAs as look-a-like contest winner
Longview actor David K. Shelton works at Kelly Services by day, helping clients solidify their careers. But by night on Saturday, he will run the California streets as a Jared Leto doppelganger.
Texas Land Commissioner candidate stops by to meet Marshall residents
John Cook, Democratic Party nominee for Texas Land Commissioner, said he’s passionate about education, the environment and veterans, which is why he is running for the position.
MISD votes to wait on calling bond election
The Marshall ISD Board of Trustees took no action on Monday on calling for a bond election in November.
MHS fieldhouse to be named for Y.A. Tittle
After hearing citizens' comments and a recommendation from Marshall ISD Athletic Director Clint Harper, the MISD Board of Trustees voted Monday to approve a name change of the high school's football f
East Texas police departments focuson safety as school begins
With East Texas schools back in session Monday, police departments are enhancing their presence on campus to help ensure safety.
Police chief sworn in
Marshall convention center OKs sale of older Wonderland assets
The Marshall Convention and Visitors’ Bureau Tuesday approved the sale of its Wonderland of Lights assets in storage to Hawaiian Falls Water Park in the amount of $60,000.
MISD approves new budget; tax rate will stay same
At Monday's monthly meeting of the Marshall ISD Board of Trustees, the budget and tax rate for the 2014-15 budget were approved.
Hallsville ISD, Chrysler team up for test-drive fundraiser
Hallsville ISD has teamed with Patterson Chrysler of Marshall to raise money for the district during its meet the teacher night.
Longview planning commission recommends city change rules on pool tables
The Longview Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously eased the reins on pool tables Tuesday, specifying that a restaurant or store with only one pool table does not qualify as a pool hall and is no
Tatum ISD adopts balanced budget, tax rate
The Tatum ISD Board of Trustees will operate with an $18.5 million balanced budget and flat tax rate for the 2014-15 school year.
White Oak joins Gregg County cities replacing water meters
Contractors will be replacing water meters in White Oak during upcoming weeks, modernizing the city utility with work similar to ongoing projects in other Gregg County cities.
West Rusk school district adopts budget, tax rate
The West Rusk County Consolidated ISD Board of Trustees adopted a balanced budget and flat tax rate Monday for the 2014-15 school year.
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