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Many face to face public meetings, including the commissioners court and city council meetings, have been moved online following guidance from the governor's office to limit gatherings, and are available for live stream viewing.

COVID-19 cases in the U.S. continue to escalate, and just as with any disaster, the number of scammers preying on your fear and your pocketbook grows along with it. The Better Business Bureau serving Central East Texas warns consumers about scammers impersonating government officials who are…

As government officials, news outlets and health officials are keeping the public apprised of the COVID-19 situation, consumers are finding the cost of high-demand items such as hand sanitizers, tissues, face masks and other products skyrocketing. Over the last few weeks, the Better Business…

With spring sports currently suspended, the Tyler Morning Telegraph wants to profile East Texas seniors in those sports in a feature called “From the Sidelines”. If you’re an East Texas senior who competes in a spring sport and would like to be featured, fill out the following questionnaire …

With spring sports currently suspended, the Tyler Morning Telegraph wants to profile East Texas seniors in those sports in a feature called “From the Sidelines”. If you’re an East Texas senior who competes in a spring sport and would like to be featured, fill out the following questionnaire …

With NCAA sports canceled, the Tyler Morning Telegraph is profiling UT Tyler athletes for “In the Spotlight.” Today’s featured athlete is soccer player Ashton Peeks.

With NCAA sports canceled, the Tyler Morning Telegraph is profiling UT Tyler athletes for “In the Spotlight.” Today’s featured athlete is Patriot lefty Ethan Cherry, who is the NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee representative for the team.

Editor’s Note: A panel of Associated Press sports writers voted in March 2020 on the top 10 men’s basketball games in the history of the NCAA Tournament. They are being republished because the sport has been shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic. The following game was voted No. 4 an…

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COVID-19 cases in the U.S. continue to escalate, and just as with any disaster, the number of scammers preying on your fear and your pocketbook grows along with it. The Better Business Bureau serving Central East Texas warns consumers about scammers impersonating government officials who are…

Today I was to be visiting D.C. and Congressman Gohmert to ask for help in fighting Alzheimer’s. The coronavirus changed those plans. My father has Alzheimer’s. I want to do everything in my power to make sure this disease stops with my generation, or at the very least my children’s.

It’s easy to feel depressed and scared these days. News about the impact and death toll of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, is constant. Government responses have been chaotic, ranging from near-indifference to suddenly shutting down the economy, with politicians offering to pay for everything.

Caring for an aging parent or a loved one who is ill or disabled is deeply rewarding, but it can also consume a lot of time, as well as physical and emotional energy. Especially in times such as we are seeing unfold with COVID19. The most important thing I can tell you is to care for yoursel…

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