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UT Tyler, Jarvis Christian College Join Efforts to Advance Education

With the partnership, undergraduate students at both colleges will be able to transfer into selected undergraduate programs at the other college.

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Tyler Sister Cities Installs First Peace Pole in Rose Garden

“Collaborations with our sister cities has created an atmosphere in which economic development and trade can be developed, implemented and strengthened for the City of Tyler,” says Councilman Linda Sellers.

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Tyler Rose Garden Wins Great Public Space Title

The Tyler Municipal Rose Garden is a 14-acre park, making it the nation’s largest rose garden.

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Running Event Supports Vets in Winnsboro Celebration

Each participant will receive a finisher’s medal and will also be able to enjoy other festivities such as Taste of Winnsboro, Farmers' Market, and patriotic celebration honoring our veterans.

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Tuesday’s United Giving Effort Goes to Many Good Causes in the Region

The initiative, organized by East Texas Communities Foundation, provides citizens across a 32-county service area an easy way to support the mission of local nonprofits that serve our communities.

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What's the Status of the East Texas Oil Field?

Louie Gohmert, United States Congressman, will open the symposium at 10 a.m., followed by William Ambrose with the Bureau of Economic Geology and Phil Thompson with Mobius Risk Group, sharing information on topics in the energy field.

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Lone Star Style for a Good Cause

Blue Jeans and Bling is the fourth annual fundraiser benefiting Texoma Community Center's Substance Use Treatment Programs, offered in Sherman, Bonham, Sulphur Springs, Denison and Gainesville.

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Alamo's Statewide Roadshow Coming to Rockwall

City among locations across the state to discuss the future of the Shrine of Texas Liberty.

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April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

Last year, there were 108,962 distracted driving crashes in Texas — up 3 percent since 2015. Those crashes killed 452 people and seriously injured another 3,068. These crashes are highest among younger drivers ages 16 to 34.

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Trail Dedication Recalls Texas Travels 300 Years Ago

The Lobanillo Swales are the largest concentration of physical remnants of the road that have been found anywhere in the United States. Composed of seven swales, measuring up to 18 feet deep and 12 feet wide, archaeological surveys of the site have discovered over three centuries of artifacts, ranging from the Spanish Colonial period in the late 1700s to the American period in the early 1900s.

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Summer Camps Planned in Winnsboro

Introduce your child to art, music, stage performance and drama through these summer camps.

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New Exhibit on Hometown Sports Comes to Marshall

Traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian that explores hometown sports comes to Marshall.

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