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For those who hate going to the dentist or doctor, Tyler Junior College has announced an opportunity for local residents to receive a number of medical treatments through its Operation East Texas Dental, Medical, and Vision Outreach. more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar recently revised the Certification Revenue Estimate (CRE), announcing better than expected revenue growth in fiscal 2018 and an improved economic outlook for fiscal 2019. In a letter sent Wednesday, July 11 to state leadership, Hegar said the state will have $110.17 billion in General Revenue-Related (GR-R) funds available for general purpose spending for the 2018-19 biennium, resulting in a projected fiscal 2019 ending balance of $2.67 billion, an increase from the $94 million ending balance projected in the October 2017 CRE. more
Colleen Conn, a military wife for eight years, did not originally consider education as a career. She was a stay-at-home mom raising her two sons, now 27 and 24. “After we got out of the … more
The City of Whitehouse is currently experiencing growth at the rate of approximately 3 percent which is at or near the maximum rate desired, according to city manager Aaron Smith. “I think … more
Approximately a year-and-a-half ago, the City of Arp began raising funds for a community splash park, according to Mayor Terry Lowry. The splash park would be a part of the city park and … more
Jazzy is a 5-month-old Catahoula Leopard mix puppy. She is available for adoption at the Humane Society’s Pets Fur People. Jazzy weighs about 25 pounds and will be a medium size girl when she is … more
The Troup Boxing Gym, which has been owned and operated by Shawn Vascocu, is hosting the Lucky Vascocu Memorial Tournament Saturday, July 28. The tournament is being held to honor the memory of … more
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