VIDEO: Brookshire's breaks world record at East Texas Food Bank Video

“Eye of the Tiger” played over the sounds of a cheering crowd and the beeping boom lift that elevated executives to the top of a record-breaking canned food pyramid. Clad in safety harnesses, Brad Brookshire, chairman and chief executive officer of Brookshire Grocery Co., and Dennis Cullinane,

Tyler honors Black History Month with music, speakers

East Texans celebrated the lives and legacies of African-Americans during the city of Tyler’s Black History Program at Liberty Hall on Friday. More than 100 people attended the celebration, which included historical videos, music and educational speakers. “Black history is America’s history, black history is Texas’ history and black

East Texas leaders travel to Austin to express their priorities and concerns to Legislature

A group of civic and business leaders from throughout East Texas will travel to Austin this week with a unified message: Leave well enough alone. The focus of the group, which includes members of the Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce and Tyler Economic Development Council, as well as elected leaders from the city and county level, will be on

Mrs. Lee’s Daffodil Garden in Gladewater bursting with blooms

GLADEWATER – Spring’s official start still may be a few weeks away, but don’t tell the flowers at the famed Mrs. Lee’s Daffodil Garden. There is an explosion of color at the estimated 816-acre historic farm that seems to be a welcome beacon for visitors with cameras and spring fever, not to mention a hungry bee or two. It’s generally

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