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Editor’s note: This is part of an occasional series about how locally-owned, small businesses in the Longview area are faring — and in some cases surviving — in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Marshall ISD is joining numerous other East Texas districts in ending online classes and will require all students to return to classrooms beginning Nov. 9, Superintendent Jerry Gibson said in a statement.

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For Justice Boersma, owning and managing Brown’s Shoe Fit Co. isn’t just about selling shoes — it’s about helping people.

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Public health officials on Wednesday reported 33 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Gregg County and no new recoveries.

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Public health officials on Monday reported another steep increase in confirmed COVID-19 recoveries locally, but they also reported four more confirmed deaths from the virus in Smith County.

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Public health officials on Thursday announced 16 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Gregg County residents and no new recoveries in the county.

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Republican Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday allowed bars to begin reopening in Texas for the first time since June, ending a lockdown that began during a massive coronavirus outbreak that became one of the deadliest in the nation.