Reception and gallery talk with retired art professor set for Sept. 14 The University of Texas at Tyler has announced the opening of “Artifacts of Wayfinding (a Visual Play in Three
TYLER — Lt. Governor Dan Patrick has appointed Senator Bryan Hughes as Chair of the Senate State Affairs Committee, effective October 1. “I am honored to serve as Chair of the
QUITMAN — Thanks to a five-month investigation by Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) Special Rangers and Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF)
UT Health East Texas has acquired HOPE Cancer Center of East Texas, and changed the name to UT Health East Texas HOPE Cancer Center. “The practice will continue to operate with the same
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today released totals for fiscal 2019 state revenues, in addition to announcing monthly state revenues for August. General revenue-related revenue was $57.87
Texas Recognizes September as Suicide Prevention Month AUSTIN – Texas is working toward preventing suicide among young adults and veterans in the state, highlighting the resources available to
COLLEGE STATION – Some Texas landowners may be eligible for funding to help with prescribed burning costs on private lands. Now through September 30, 2019, Texas A&M Forest Service is
AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that his office filed a civil Medicaid fraud lawsuit against pharmaceutical manufacturer Johnson & Johnson, and its subsidiary Janssen
AUSTIN – Feral hogs are so loathed by landowners in Texas for their habitat destroying behavior that beginning Sept. 1, you won’t even need a hunting license to pursue them on private property.
UT Tyler to Offer Seminar on Government Contracting Sept. 10 in Kilgore Comprehensive training designed for businesses and entrepreneurs
TYLER – The University of Texas at Tyler has announced that an Introduction to Government Contracting seminar will be held Tuesday, Sept. 10, in Kilgore for businesses and entrepreneurs.