Our Melissa McTee has your tylerpaper.com news update. Actress and author Kimberly Williams-Paisley will speak at the fifth annual Butterfly Hope Luncheon on Sept. 19 in Tyler. Mrs. Williams-Paisley is best known for her role as Annie, the young bride in the "Father of the Bride" films starring Steve Martin. She also is married to country music artist Brad Paisley. Mrs. Williams-Paisley wrote the New York Times bestseller "Where the Light Gets In: Losing My Mother Only to Find Her A gain." The book shares her family's experience after her mother was diagnosed at 62 with a type of dementia affecting her speech and language. The luncheon at Willow Brook Country Club will include a reception, keynote address, question-and-answer session and a book signing. Tyler Water Utilities customers can now pay their bills with cash or check anytime of the day. On Tuesday, the department activated a 24-hour electronic kiosk in the drive thru of the Water Department building, 511 W. Locust St. The kiosk will replace tellers, which previously operated a bank-style drive thru from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. The tellers will remain employed with the city with different job responsibilities. The kiosk will take cash, check or credit cards and money orders. It has a barcode scanner to easily look up accounts as well. The machine is not capable of giving change, so customers who pay in cash will receive a credit to their bill in lieu of physical change. The United States Air Force Band of West Concert Band will perform a free concert at 3 p.m. Dec. 4, at the Palestine Civic Center. The concert band is a 45-member ensemble that represents the Air Force by performing at formal military ceremonies, educational clinics and public concerts throughout the south. For these stories and more check out our website tylerpaper.com. Thanks for watching and Check back in for more news updates through out your day.
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