Breaking News

Friday, August 22, 2014 - 8:36pm

Longview

Jack Stallard is in the Zone

Jack Stallard is the Sports Editor of the Longview News-Journal. Sunday, the Longview News-Journal will publish the Zone.
Lobo scrimmage against Ennis features live half

Lobo scrimmage against Ennis features live half

Longview will meet Ennis on Friday in the lone scrimmage of the fall for the Lobos.
Longview planning commission recommends city change rules on pool tables

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 not required to be zoned commercial.
Lobo coaches accept ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Lobo coaches accept ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

It’s been hard to miss the videos of athletes and celebrities dousing themselves in ice water over the past few weeks, all accepting the a challenge to support the ALS Association.
Longview gearing up for lone scrimmage

Longview gearing up for lone scrimmage

Longview head coach John King had a strong message for his team after Saturday’s intrasquad scrimmage. Expectations are higher than ever and preseason polls have the Lobos among the top as the season barrels closer.
Jury indicts man who attacked ETX police chief

Jury indicts man who attacked ETX police chief

An East Texas man accused of assaulting the Lakeport Police chief was indicted by a Gregg County jury last week.
Summer basketball team from East Texas earns national attention

Summer basketball team from East Texas earns national attention

When most people think of basketball, they think of November to March.
Longview Lobos full of intensity after first week of practice

Longview Lobos full of intensity after first week of practice

There was some noise Friday evening at Lobo Stadium. It wasn’t just the pads, which came on for the first time, echoing through the stadium.
White Oak product Copeland one level away from Majors

White Oak product Copeland one level away from Majors

Scott Copeland was on a 12-hour bus trip back from Akron, Ohio, to Manchester, New Hampshire – home of the Toronto Blue Jays’ Double-A affiliate – when his phone rang,