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Past articles by Cory:

Texas Education Agency says schools can delay in-person classes by up to 8 weeks

The Texas Education Agency will allow schools to take advantage of a more flexible model for returning to class, allowing school districts to delay in-person learning by up to eight → Read More

Tyler ISD board votes to change the names of Robert E. Lee, John Tyler

Tyler ISD will change the names. → Read More

City offers dates and times road improvement crews will be out for 2020 Seal Coat Project

For the next three weeks motorists can expect to see lane closures across the city as the 2020 Seal Coat Project begins. → Read More

TJC reports three more cases of COVID-19 this week

The latest reports showed one new case on July 3 and two new cases on July 6. → Read More

TJC reports three more cases of COVID-19 this week

Tyler Junior College has reported three more cases of the coronavirus at its campuses this week. → Read More

Organizers announce 2020 State Fair of Texas canceled

The State Fair of Texas has been canceled for the 2020 season. Organizers announced that due to the coronavirus crisis, the fair, originally set for Sept. 25 to Oct. 18, → Read More

Country rocker and fiddler Charlie Daniels dies at age 83

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Country music firebrand and fiddler Charlie Daniels, who had a hit with "Devil Went Down to Georgia," has died at age 83. → Read More

Smith County ESD2 will join Smith County in lowering property tax rate

A second local taxing entity announced they will follow Smith County’s lead and reduce property taxes. → Read More

Changing the name of Robert E. Lee High School: Tyler ISD board president explains potential next steps

Robert E. Lee High School students and alumni are again demanding Tyler Independent School District change the name of the school, but they are concerned their voices won’t be heard → Read More

Smith County coronavirus cases jump by 30, marking its largest single day jump

Smith County saw its largest ever single day jump in coronavirus cases on Wednesday as numbers rose by 30 new cases. → Read More

Smith County COVID-19 cases up 1, active count is at 35

Smith County coronavirus cases rose by one Thursday for an active count of 35, according to the Northeast Texas Public Health District. → Read More

Man accused of Westwood Shopping Center parking lot killing refuses plea agreement, will proceed to trial

The man charged with the 2018 shooting and killing of Bradley Brockman in a shopping center parking lot has refused a plea agreement. His case will likely go to a → Read More

Judge gives control of 'Tiger King' Joe Exotic's zoo to Carole Baskin

WYNNEWOOD, Okla. (AP) — A federal judge in Oklahoma has awarded ownership of the zoo made famous in Netflix's "Tiger King" docuseries to Joe Exotic's chief rival. → Read More

Tyler PD says no credible threats of rioting

The statement came in response to a post on Facebook being rapidly shared. → Read More

Park Place Nursing and Rehabilitation Center reports 1 employee tested positive for COVID-19

Stephanie Ward, director of digital marketing for Stonegate Senior Living which runs the facility, confirmed the results to the Tyler Morning Telegraph in an e-mail. → Read More

Park Place Nursing and Rehabilitation Center reports 1 employee tested positive for coronavirus at end of April

A staff member at Park Place Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has tested positive for the coronavirus. → Read More

Plaguing Prisons: inmates detail coronavirus outbreak at Beto Unit

“I’m not writing you because I want you to feel sorry for me or wrong about me. I’m writing this letter so you know if I don’t make it out → Read More

Tyler ISD announces June graduation ceremony details

Tyler ISD is excited to celebrate the Class of 2020 by hosting in-person graduation ceremonies June 3 through June 6 at CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium. More than 1,100 → Read More

TDCJ: Coronavirus believed to have contributed to death of Beto Unit inmate

An inmate at the Beto Unit in Anderson County has died as a result of the coronavirus. → Read More

Alcohol to go extended past May 1, Gov. Abbott says may be permanent

As Gov. Abbott announces new initiatives to open back up the state each day, he may have hinted at a change that Texans are sure to love. → Read More