LeTourneau University expects a record number of top high school students to compete for full-tuition scholarships in its annual Heritage Scholarship Competition Friday and Saturday, Jan. 24-25, on the university’s Longview campus.
Longview ISD’s longest serving trustee said Monday he plans to step down after more than 40 years of service; meanwhile, a longtime Parent Teacher Organization member and recent participant of the Longview High School Campus Improvement T
A grant from the Greggton Rotary Club for more than $3,500 dollars is bringing a new piece of playground equipment to the Rotary Park in Longview. The equipment is sound based specifically for visually impaired children.
Stepping out of one’s comfort zone and speaking out against racism seen every day are two easy ways to move forward the dream of Martin Luther King Jr., civic leaders said as they looked forward to today’s holiday.