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Adoptions on hold at Humane Society due to illness

It's the time of year when people around you are probably coughing and sneezing.. but could your dog be sick too? 

Jack Stallard previews Longview News-Journal All-East Texas high school football team

He's the Sports Editor of the Longview News-Journal. Jack Stallard spoke with KETK Sports Director Danny Elzner about a big event coming up this weekend. Stallard said...
LETU Heritage scholarship competition set for Jan. 24-25

LETU Heritage scholarship competition set for Jan. 24-25

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.
Pine Tree ISD school board approves contract extension for superintendent

Pine Tree ISD school board approves contract extension for superintendent

Dr. TJ Farler will continue to serve Pine Tree ISD as the schools superintendent, thanks to unanimous support Monday by school board members at a special meeting held Tuesday, January 21st.
Pine Tree ISD receives 77 applications for Athletic Director job

Pine Tree ISD receives 77 applications for Athletic Director job

Pine Tree ISD Superintendent T.J. Farler said the district received 77 submissions for the vacant athletic director/head football coach position ahead of Mondays deadline to apply.
Long-term highway project could run through ET Oil Field

Long-term highway project could run through ET Oil Field

A long-term highway project linking South Tyler with North Marshall hit a slick spot Tuesday — the East Texas Oil Field.
Texas State Historian to present at UT Tyler Longview University Center

Texas State Historian to present at UT Tyler Longview University Center

The University of Texas at Tyler Longview University Center will host a lecture featuring Texas State Historian, Dr. Bill O’Neal at 6:30 pm Thursday, March 20.
Forest service: Area timber thefts increase

Forest service: Area timber thefts increase

A statewide forestry agency says timber theft is on the rise in East Texas, but those who work in the industry say they haven’t seen an increase.
Gregg County commissioners OK turn lane

Gregg County commissioners OK turn lane

A troublesome, sometimes deadly intersection in Longview is slated for a left-turn lane after Gregg County commissioners agreed Tuesday to fully fund the Texas Department of Transportation project.
Virus forces Longview shelter to halt pet adoptions

Virus forces Longview shelter to halt pet adoptions

The Humane Society of Northeast Texas plans to euthanize eight dogs that were exposed to an airborne virus so the shelter can reopen for adoptions, Executive Director Scott Holloway said.
Anonymous flier takes aim at Gregg County commissioner

Anonymous flier takes aim at Gregg County commissioner

Gregg County Pct. 4 Commissioner John Mathis was the target of an anonymous flier affixed to more than 100 cars parked outside a Martin Luther King Jr. celebration Monday afternoon.
Veteran Longview ISD trustee plans to step down

Veteran Longview ISD trustee plans to step down

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

Rotary Park gets new toy for visually impaired

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.
Area leaders assess the dream of Martin Luther King Jr.

Area leaders assess the dream of Martin Luther King Jr.

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.