Discover East Texas
The latest issue of Discover East Texas magazine is here and if you haven’t picked up your copy yet, you can do so at the following locations here in Cherokee County:
Adrenaline Rush Zip Line
Altius Vaulting Poles, Inc.
Cherokee County Airport
Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce
Jacksonville Daily Progress
Legend’s Old Time Burger Café
Lon Morris College – School of Hospitality Administration
Love’s Lookout Visitor’s Center
River Run ATV Park
Rusk Chamber of Commerce
Sadler’s at the Landmark
Shoemaker Hill Ranch
Tobler Air, Inc.
Wellborn Mechanical Services
If you’re in Smith County, you can pick up copies at the Southside Bank location across from ETMC hospital. You can also find them at the Tyler Chamber of Commerce, EyeCare Associates on Fifth Street and at the Lindale Chamber of Commerce.
We are distributing at multiple locations in Anderson, Angelina, Henderson, Houston, Nacogdoches and Rusk counties as well.
Thank you to our advertisers who not only support this publication financially, but also serve as distribution points for us throughout the eight counties we cover.
We print limited copies because we are mindful of the environment and try not to be wasteful. If you have a hard time finding one, you can always read the magazine in full online, with clickable links for all of the articles and all of the ads.
Or, if like me you just prefer having the actual publication in your hands, you can subscribe to have it mailed to your home or office for the low price of only $12 per year. Subscriptions also make great gifts! Just visit our web site: www.Discover-et.com and click on the Subscribe button.
Discover East Texas
- Linda McNew Chandler
Thankful to be together
OK, so not really. But I did travel to Houston with my sister and pick him up to move back to East Texas. Our brother has been in a boarding home in south Houston for about three years.
- GUEST COLUMN: Code enforcement a vital part of city operations
Jacksonville will always be her home
The newsroom is always changing. You never know who is coming, who is going, as so many public officials told me when I first came to the Daily Progress over the summer.
Not just who we are, but who we aspire to be
Rarely in our country's history have non-elected officials had a profound effect on public policy. While rare, it does happen from time to time.
Just Ask Janet: Update on circulation situation at JDP
In keeping with my ongoing commitment to communicate with you about things at the paper, let me update you on our circulation situation.
County budget discussion needs to begin soon
When county commissioners were forming the current fiscal year's budget this past summer, there was a lot of talk.
Silence from LMC can be deafening
Each time there's news about a change at Lon Morris — whether it be the departure of an official or the delay of paychecks — the rumor mill in the area begins to fire up again.
Transparent government a must for JEDCO, city
The concept is simple — those who handle public funds should do so in as open and transparent a manner as possible.
Just Ask Janet: Kudos to the engines behind the hit parade
I went to the Christmas Parade Thursday night, and I am so tickled to tell you that it was wonderful! I say kudos to the Chamber of Commerce and all those who participated in the parade for making this year’s event so much fun.
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