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A Tyler Group Will Host an Enormous Recycling Event This Weekend
This is THE weekend to cross "recycle" off of your to-do list. You'll be able to drop off everything from magazines and newspapers to glass and batteries at a huge Tyler event on Saturday.
The Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign Prepares for an East Texas Launch
The red kettles are already out in a few spots around East Texas, and the week of Thanksgiving you'll notice them in several more places. There are several ways to chip in and help out this year.
All of the East Texas Teams in the High School Football Playoffs
High school football playoff games start Thursday, and East Texas will be well-represented. And several East Texas stadiums will be site hosts too.
Is The Legendary Texas Chupacabra Dead?
Chupacabra sightings have been happening across Texas since the 1970s, but they may be coming to an end. Unless, of course, there are dozens of these bloodsuckers still lurking in our East Texas trees.
Tyler’s Camp V Plans a Moving Veteran’s Day Tribute
Veteran's Day is Thursday, November 11, and Camp V is planning more than a simple 15-minute salute. After a garage sale and Veteran's banquet over the weekend, they'll have an inspiring celebration Thursday in Bullard.
A Tyler Artist is Painting a Masterpiece in Kerrville
If you've seen a mural in a public space in East Texas, you've probably seen the amazing work of Tyler artist, Brent Hale. His newest work is going up now in the Texas Hill Country, and it's looking like it will be another masterpiece.
East Texas High School Football Schedule for Week 11
Lindale beat Kilgore twice last season, but can they do it again? The two teams will meet in Lindale this weekend, with the district championship on the line.
East Texas is Nearing a Critical Blood Shortage
Hospitals can't run out of blood, and there are worries that things may be getting to the point. And, what happens to your blood after it's donated?
5 Places for Some Unforgettable Karaoke This Week in East Texas
The less you care, the better it is when it comes to karaoke. And there are at least 5 spots around East Texas this week that will let you show off your mad skills.
A Side-by-Side Comparison of Tyler’s Thanksgiving Grocery Prices
Grocery prices are up, and that will mean we'll have to spend more than usual on Thanksgiving dinner. But how much more?
Why Deer Season Looks Promising for East Texas Hunters
Deer season starts Saturday, November 6th, and despite the rough winter weather in February, wildlife managers say the fall season is looking good for hunters.
East Texas High School Football Schedule for Week 10
The high school football season is winding down, and there are several games this week with playoff implications.