District newspaper out today on campuses, around town
Published monthly as part of the communications link between the district and the community, The Longview Voice provides LISD board members and staff a venue to inform community members about programs, goals, and activities in the city of Longview.
With a print run of 15,000 copies, January's six-page edition features articles on LISD student accomplishments, a calendar of coming events for February, and a column from Longview Mayor (and LHS alum) Dr. Andy Mack.
LISD Superintendent Dr. James Wilcox said The Longview Voice is funded solely by advertising. After costs, one-hundred percent of proceeds go toward scholarships.
"Thank you to all the students, staff and a special thank you to our Board of Trustees for your work in allowing The Longview Voice to become a special asset to our parents and followers," he said.
The Longview Voice can be found at: City Hall, Longview Public Library, Longview Chamber of Commerce, Peters Chevrolet, Longview Regional Hospital, Broughton Recreation Center, Southside Bank, Skinner's Corner Store, Hurwitz of Longview, Satterwhite Log Homes, the Boys & Girls Club of Gregg County, and Texas Bank & Trust.
For information about advertising in The Longview Voice or to receive complimentary copies for your business or organization please call Sarah LeBus (903) 381-2236.
To see the latest edition, please click here.