CityFest East Texas festival was a free event that featured music performances, an action sport demo, food trucks and vendors. The event also had a family fun zone so kids could join the fun, too. This two-day event was from Oct. 5-6 at the Square
TJC is planning to build new fields in the Apache Woodlands. The property has been owned by TJC for the past two years now.There will be three fields for softball, baseball, and intramural sports. The overall plan is to bring students into a friendly and
Day 3 of clean up resumed today in Van. Volunteers from all over the country and the state came to help residents salvage what was left of their homes and belongings. Work was cut short by another storm that came. Photographs by Favian Quezada [metaslider id=2855323]
The Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival brought people in by the herds. Blocking off streets in downtown and taking up the whole square, tents were set up to hold some of the best barbecue Texas has to offer. VIP ticket holders were aloud to
TJC’s jazz ensembles are preparing for a two-day jazz festival featuring world-renowned jazz trumpet player, Terell Stafford. “We are bringing in a world class artist,” said TJC Professor of Woodwinds Dr. Steven Meier. “It doesn’t get any better than Terell Stafford.”The festival is scheduled for
About 10 a.m. on Friday, January 23, a hydraulic crane lift toppled, injuring the driver, who has been identified as 28-year-old Lionel Torres. According to Campus Police Chief Randy Melton, Torres suffered multiple broken bones. Torres was strapped in at the time of the accident. Oncor
After being sworn in on January 20, 2015, Governor Gregg Abbott took his first official photos as governor with the Apache Belles. Tyler Junior College's resident photographer and graphic designer, Jessica Alexander was honored to be able to share that moment with MyTJCnews.