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Explore Van Zandt Arts & Cultural District for a Four-Day Valentine’s Getaway

“Love is all around” in the Southeast corner of Van Zandt County, Texas, (between Dallas and Shreveport) where you’ll find a unique district with three small towns and beautiful surrounding countryside.

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UT Tyler to Host East Texas Archeology Conference

The University of Texas at Tyler will host the 26th Annual East Texas Archeological Conference at the UT Tyler Ornelas Activity Center.

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What's on Your Shopping List?

Bookstore, home decor and more: Check out reader-awarded shopping experiences in the Upper East Side of Texas.

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Caddo Lake to be Featured on National Geographic

A local treasure will be featured on a national channel. Caddo Lake airs on National Geographic Explorer Monday, January 28 at 5 p.m.

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Love Under The Stars

Throughout the ages, countless poets and composers have been inspired by love and its relationship to the cosmos.

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These Activities Get Voters' Approval

Pittsburg, Winnsboro, Forney, Lufkin and Mineola have some great experiences just waiting for you.

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The Best Cities and Towns Worth a Visit

The list of best cities and towns includes Quitman, Mineola, Linden, McKinney and Edom.

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The Animal Krewe Is Showing Up In Bossier City

Carnival season goes to the dogs – and cats, ponies, rabbits and goats – at this unusual Mardi Gras parade planned for Sunday, February 24.

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Readers Pick Best Accommodations in Region

In the next several weeks, the Destination County Line blog will announce numerous destination winners from the recently-completed Best of the Upper East Side of Texas campaign.

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Getaways Are a Given, Thanks to the Boat and RV Show

There's something for the entire family at the annual East Texas Boat and RV Show, January 18 through 20 at Longview’s Maude Cobb Convention Center.

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Award-winning Jellystone Park Sets the Pace with a 5K Race too

On Tuesday, January 1, the 5K Fun Run is open to the public as well as park guests.

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Vanishing Texana Museum Displays Unique History

The Vanishing Texana Museum in Jacksonville contains a display of artifacts representing the history of Texas and Cherokee County. Included in the display are Native American relics, farm equipment, photographs, guns, dolls, typewriters, and many other items of interest.

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