Here’s a look at building permits issued by the city of Longview or applied for from June 6 to 12:

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The number of U.S. rigs drilling for oil and natural gas continued falling in the past week as crude prices sputtered mainly on U.S.-China trade tensions.

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The May 8 storm that brought straight-line winds that toppled trees in Longview and triggered power failures throughout the area has been a boon to roofers and other contractors who are repairing damaged homes and businesses.

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Special Health Resources for Texas has fired seven employees — five nurse practitioners and two certified nurse midwives — in response to a court order that barred them from seeing patients at SHRT’s Longview clinic, David Hayes, interim CEO of SHRT, confirmed Wednesday.

The DaVita Dialysis clinic at 425. N. Fredonia St. is making plans to move to a larger building at 3110 H.G. Mosley Parkway, Suite 100, a company spokeswoman at its Denver-based headquarters confirmed.

Reliance is a black Angus bull with a long, fluid stride. He has a quiet confidence when he walks. It’s one of the qualities that led cattlemen to bid up the prized animal to $150,000 during a recent bull sale at Woodhill Farms in Viroqua, Wisconsin.

The Longview Chamber of Commerce plans to honor elected officials during a reception 4:45 to 6:30 p.m. June 18 in the Eitelman Room at the Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center, 100 Grand Blvd.

The Longview hotel market outperformed other Oil Patch communities in revenue percent growth in the first quarter of this year, and a mid-March storm in Kilgore could have boosted both revenues and occupancy rates.

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Homebuilders pulled fewer permits in April in Longview when compared with a year ago, but the average permit value climbed, according to data from the city’s Development Services Department.

While the city of Marshall has not responded to Marshall News Messenger's inquiries regarding the specific reasons for violations cited at the Sonic at 901 E. Grand Ave. (US Highway 80) last Friday, May 17, the city has taken to its Facebook page to disclose the findings.

Henderson officials and volunteers appear near a solution to high kill rates at the city’s troubled animal shelter, after new City Manager Jay Abercrombie and leaders of Rusk County Pets Alive made a joint recommendation to the City Council.

Fred’s Inc. has added stores in White Oak and Hallsville to the list slated for closure as the struggling discount retailer continues restructuring its business. The two were among 104 stores the company said Thursday it will close by the end of June.

GALVESTON — Island tourism managers have their eyes on a new market and a message for its members — beaches aren’t all Galveston has to offer.