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  • After-school programs give students safe, social environment

    Linda Howard of the Boys and Girls Club of East Texas helps fourth-grader Daija Gallon, 9, with school work on Oct. 13 during an after-school program at Jack Elementary. Jack Elementary is one of 14 schools where the Boys Girls Clubs of East Texas operate after-school programs. Tyler Morning Telegraph, Tue, Oct 21 2014 @ 01:05 AM
  • Zombie hunt to take place Saturday at Tyler library

    There will be some strange creatures lurking around the Tyler Public Library this weekend during the first ever Zombie Shootout. The event in which residents try to hunt zombies is scheduled for 6 to 7 p.m. Saturday at the Tyler Public Library, 201 S. College Ave. Access Librarian Lori Fregoso said the Zombie Shootout features a preliminary qualifying round on the first floor, where participants with Nerf guns will try to shoot zombies. Tyler Morning Telegraph, Mon, Oct 20 2014 @ 10:34 PM
  • Permit filed for curbside Mexican food truck at opening of coffee house

    Chester Kruse filed a temporary use permit to sell Mexican food from his mobile food truck, Curbside Taco, as part of the grand opening of The Foundry Coffee House, at 202 S. Broadway Ave. Curbside Taco began selling food there on Oct. 13 and will be there serving breakfast tacos from 7 a.m. 11 a.m. and lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. through Sunday. For more, visit www.curbsidetaco.com. Tyler Morning Telegraph, Mon, Oct 20 2014 @ 01:15 AM
  • The Gipson Girl has finally made it to Broadway

    They also offer home decorating services. They are located at 602 S. Broadway Ave. in Tyler. Tyler Morning Telegraph, Sun, Oct 19 2014 @ 10:49 PM
  • Tyler health care administrators hope to calm public's fear about Ebola

    TYLER - In East Texas, health care administrators from across the region met today to separate fact from fear. A panel of doctors and emergency workers addressed concerns about the Ebola virus today. KYTX-TV News, Wed, Oct 15 2014 @ 07:59 PM
  • 'Read for the Record' coming to Tyler Public Library

    Jumpstart's "Read for the Record," presented by the Tyler Public Library in partnership with the Pearson Foundation, will take place at the Tyler Public Library on Tuesday, October 21. This is an annual reading celebration that highlights the need for literacy across America by encouraging adults and children to set a record for the largest shared reading experience. This year's featured title is "Bunny Cakes" by Rosemary Wells, featuring Max and Ruby, two bunnies familiar to children. KETK, Thu, Oct 16 2014 @ 03:07 PM
  • Trial begins for Tyler man accused of intentionally scalding child

    A Tyler man's trial for allegedly intentionally burning a child's feet began this morning in a Smith County courtroom. Timothy Choice is charged with injury to a child for the July 1, 2013 incident in which prosecutors say he submerged a 2-year-old boy's feet in scalding water as punishment for urinating on himself. Tyler Morning Telegraph, Tue, Oct 21 2014 @ 01:56 PM
  • Trial begins for Tyler man accused of intentionally scalding child

    As police respond to more car break-ins, officers are turning to a new strategy. In one of Denver's hardest-hit neighborhoods, police unveil undercover decoy cars that will catch crooks in the act. KYTX-TV News, Tue, Oct 21 2014 @ 12:22 PM
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