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2 ETX men sentenced to prison for meth trafficking

Two men have been sentenced to federal prison for drug trafficking violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

Longview’s Historic Preservation Commission locks down goals

Longview’s Historic Preservation Commission has completed one of the final steps needed to apply for state recognition for its preservation efforts; however, the last major step, the designation of local historical landmarks, still might

Vista College to honor 5 outstanding graduates from Longview campus

Five graduates from the Vista College Longview Campus will be honored with prestigious Vista College awards at commencement ceremonies.

Longview PD hosts Child ID Program at mall

The Longview Police Department will hosts its Child ID Program from 6 to 8 p.m., today at the Longview Mall.

Carolee Musick set to become head volleyball coach at Pine Tree

Set to become just the fourth volleyball coach in Pine Tree history, Carolee Musick will take the helm with high expectations. Expectations, she said, that she is ready to face in her new position.

BREAKING: UIL passes amendment limiting full-contact football practice

Limiting full-contact practice during the football season is one more step to becoming reality.

UTHNE: Director of case management promoted, 20-year employees honored

Carol Henson, MS, RN, has been promoted to administrative director of Primary Care Services at UT Health Northeast. In addition, three employees recently were recognized for their 20 years of service.

Carter BloodCare donors save lives and enjoy Texas Rangers baseball in June

Carter BloodCare is offering blood donors the chance to unwind and watch a Texas Rangers baseball game.

Haynesville Shale drilling showing new signs of life

It’s no secret the Haynesville Shale isn’t what it used to be — but it’s showing signs of coming back.

Longview ISD approves district-wide pay hike

The district’s Board of Trustees on Monday unanimously approved ending a two-year salary freeze, effectively restoring scheduled salary steps in their entirety. The vote was 6-0, with Trustee Dr. Mark Camp absent.