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Here are some words that no grandparent wants to hear: “Grandma, I’m in the Bahamas and in a horrible accident. I need help so please send money…” One in five grandparents will receive a similar message, which will result in hundreds, even thousands of dollars being swindled. more
Tyler Junior College will offer a specially designated orientation session for students in technical programs Saturday, July 21 at the Skills Training Center, publicity officials announced. more
Lindale student earns Master’s from UMass Michelle Hukill of Lindale was recently awarded a Master of Education in curriculum and instruction from the University of Massachusetts, school publicity officials announced. more
Despite recent rainfall, water levels remained low around East Texas causing problems for livestock producers, according to reports from the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. The rains eased dry soil conditions in many areas around East Texas, but some counties – Cherokee and Trinity – remained in a drought. Producers were still trying to find hay to purchase outside of Trinity County, and Smith County’s supply was running very low while Gregg County producers continued hay feeding. more
This fall, Tyler Junior College will debut a new program designed to put graduates to work immediately, school publicity officials announced. Beginning in the fall semester, TJC will offer an Associate of Applied Science degree in industrial maintenance technology. The TJC Industrial Maintenance Technology Program will be housed in the Energy Center at TJC West, located at 1530 South Southwest Loop 323 in Tyler. more
UT Tyler announces President’s, Dean’s list honorees Officials with the University of Texas at Tyler have announced that 654 students were named to the President’s Honor Roll for the spring 2018 semester and 467 students and 30 pharmacy students were named to the Dean’s List. more
Texas Department of Transportation work crews will be out in force this week performing scheduled maintenance around East Texas, spokesperson Kathi White said. Schedules are subject to change due to weather conditions, equipment failure or other unforeseen issues. Slow down and pay attention when traveling through work zones. Motorists should prepare for a slow-down on I-20 this week when the eastbound inside lane will be closed for approximately three days near the Van Zandt/Kaufman County line for work on an ongoing safety project. The lane closure is set for 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, Monday through Wednesday. more
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