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East Texas Preservation Workshop

The City of Tyler partners with local historic preservation organizations to provide educational opportunities related to historic preservation during this three-day event March 26-28.

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Texas Economic Development Council Presents Webinar

Texas Economic Development Council along with the Council of Development Finance Agencies present a webinar on Exploring Industrial Development Bonds in Texas from 10-11:30 a.m. March 11.

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Kilgore Main Street Earns National Accreditation

Reporter James Draper writes about Kilgore Main Street's new accreditation for the Kilgore News Herald.

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Building a Media List

Most media outlets want to help promote your towns and events. You just need to make it easy for them. With hundreds of topics to cover daily, they don't often have time to chase down every story. Help them gather the news and they'll appreciate it and you will reap the benefits.

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Help for Small Towns With No Streetlights

One of the challenges of many of the small downtown districts in Northeast Texas is hours of operation, especially at night. There are a variety of reasons why some shops do and some don't want to be open at night.

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Enhance Downtown With Window Decals

Empty buildings can be a real turn off for people that live, work, or play in a downtown area. Some towns are trying 3-D decals to help liven things up. The installation of a one-of-a-kind 3-D window decal took place in early December in downtown Longview. This transformation took place at 101 West Tyler Street and was placed by Sign Pro of Longview.

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Broussard Hired As New Tyler City Manager

The Tyler City Council recently approved a contract for Edward Broussard to be Tyler’s next city manager effective February 9, 2015. “The entire city council has been extremely involved in the decision,” Tyler Mayor Martin Heines said. “We feel confident that we have hired the candidate to meet the unique demands of managing the city of Tyler.”

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Customer Service and Tourism Toolkit Workshop Scheduled in Jacksonville

The City of Jacksonville and the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring a tourism workshop from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 3 at the Norman Activity Center, 526 E. Commerce Street presented by the Texas Forest Trail.

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