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Letourneau unveils $14 million student center

This St. Patrick's Day, students and faculty at Letourneau University are feeling lucky..and blessed as they set their eyes upon their new $14 million dollar "home away from home."  
Mahomes named MVP in District 16-4A

Mahomes named MVP in District 16-4A

Patrick Mahomes added another accolade to his resume after being selected the overall MVP of District 16-4A. The two-sport Texas Tech signee guided Whitehouse to the 16-4A crown and a trip to the regional quarterfinals.
Student entrepreneurs featured at Investor Panel presentation

Student entrepreneurs featured at Investor Panel presentation

Student entrepreneurs participating in the Longview Chamber of Commerce’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy will present their company’s business plan before a panel of local leaders of industry and a public audience on March 19 at the Gl
Longview Police investigating neighborhood egging incident

Longview Police investigating neighborhood egging incident

Longview Police are investigating a series of car egging incidents that took place in a local neighborhood. The vandalism took place in the Fairway Oaks subdivison in Longview.
150 youth basketball teams in Longview for state tournament

150 youth basketball teams in Longview for state tournament

The Longview Parks and Recreation Department will host 150 youth basketball teams from across Texas during the TAAF Youth Basketball State Tournament.
Longview council OKs reorganization of upper-level employees

Longview council OKs reorganization of upper-level employees

The Longview City Council approved a reorganization of the city and promotions of several upper-level city employees Thursday by a 6-1 vote margin.
Gladewater ISD bond election leaves fate of youth fields in limbo

Gladewater ISD bond election leaves fate of youth fields in limbo

Gladewater ISD’s upcoming bond election has left the fate of youth baseball up in the air, but city officials say it’s a conundrum they will solve.
East Texans cited in Longview K2 crackdown identified

East Texans cited in Longview K2 crackdown identified

The Longview Police Department on Thursday released the names of five people ticketed this past week for selling potpourri — a substance more commonly referred to and used as synthetic marijuana.

New monument honors fallen Longview officers

The city of Longview has a new monument to pay tribute to fallen officers. The $2,500 memorial was paid for by The Longview Association of Police Officers, it lists names of officers who died in the line of duty.
Alleged drunken driver plows into 3 vehicles in overnight crash

Alleged drunken driver plows into 3 vehicles in overnight crash

Some Longview residents were startled awake when an alleged drunken driver plowed into their vehicles early Wednesday morning.
Daffodil garden in Gladewater opens despite colder temps

Daffodil garden in Gladewater opens despite colder temps

Business is blooming at Mrs. Lee’s Daffodil Garden, after the flowers struggled through colder than normal temperatures.
Longview man faces 15 years for dealing meth smuggled across border

Longview man faces 15 years for dealing meth smuggled across border

A 72-year-old Longview, Texas man has been convicted of drug trafficking charges in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.
ET Tennis: Tyler Lee first, Longview second in Eastman tourney

ET Tennis: Tyler Lee first, Longview second in Eastman tourney

Tyler Lee won team honors at the 43rd annual Eastman High School Tennis Tournament.

East Texas officials crack down on synthetic marijuana

Synthetic marijuana seems to be all the rage lately; the belief is it's a legal and safe way to get high. But, experts warn, the drug is far from safe and not all types are legal.  
Longview council to consider downtown parking lot work

Longview council to consider downtown parking lot work

City crews are preparing to finish the work on two downtown parking lots, pending Thursday’s approval of a contract worth about $231,000 by the Longview City Council.