Tyler Independent School District officials are urging parents to carefully check their children’s belongings before sending them to school. The advisory comes after a student brought an unloaded gun onto the Orr Elementary School campus in Tyler on Monday.
And when it comes to looking for a great or grossly weird job opportunity in Tyler or East Texas, Craigslist is your savior. Check out these five Tyler/East Texas job postings that might drop your jaw, widen your eyes or shake your head:
The Randall Noe Auto Group is opening East Texas’ first Fiat dealership in Tyler this month and plans to begin selling the Italian-built car within in the next several weeks, the dealership's general manager confirmed Thursday.
There is a really cool event coming to Lake Palestine on Saturday, July 7. It’s called an “Adaptive Aquafest” and is for children and adults with disabilities to experience water skiing! If you are not the parent of, or personally know anyone with a disability, then you may have never thought about the fact that they can’t experience water sports like the rest of us.
Two-year-old Sydney Jane Farris lost her life in a horrific vehicle collision Saturday night, and a fund has been set up to assist with her funeral expenses and to alleviate the costs of medical bills for her father. In the meantime, the driver of the vehicle that killed Sydney is being charged with manslaughter.
More than 80 different businesses in Longview will all be assembled under one roof and they all have a few goals in mind: to meet you, tell you about themselves and to meet other business owners. The Longview Business Expo will be happening from 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 1at the Maude Cobb Activity Center in Longview.
What's better than watching a movie in the park? Watching the movie "True Grit" in the park! The Tyler Parks and Recreation Department continues the 2012 Spring Movies in the Park Series on Saturday, May 5 with a free viewing of “True Grit” in the Bergfeld Park amphitheater in Tyler at 8 p.m.
Lemonade stands are usually symbolic of the carefree nature of youth. Six-year old Drew Cox, however, has had to grow up fast. That’s because his dad, Randy, was recently diagnosed with seminoma, a rare form of cancer.
Bullying is a subject that unfortunately my family has had to deal with. The aftermath for the victim is something we know all too well. Our precious daughter was bullied relentlessly in elementary and middle school. We were aware of a few incidents and thought is was taken care of. But it wasn't. The brutal hatred continued and the scary part was that we had no idea. Years later, the effect of that bullying hit my family like a truckload of bricks.
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