District 17-5A baseball action is getting under way and the Lindale Eagles are near the top of the pre-district standings with 11 wins and three losses and a tie, with Whitehouse at the top with 11 wins and three losses. The Eagles took two more wins in convincing fashion this past week, a 22-3 drubbing of Brook Hill on Tuesday, March 13 followed by a 13-2 rout of the Athens Hornets on Friday, March 16.
Ardent Health Services and the University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler (UT Health Northeast) have completed the purchase of East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System, publicity officials announced.
The Lindale High School Lady Eagles softball team began District 17-5A play this week after having a successful Spring Break by finishing second in the San Marcos High School Lady Rattler Spring Break Classic this past week. The Lady Eagles took three wins to improve their season record to 5-1 by beating Navarro, 2-1, Greenwood, 5-0 and Weimar, 3-2 on Thursday and defeating Lubbock Cooper, 7-6, on Saturday.
The Lindale Garden Club held its regular monthly meeting this past week at Lindale’s First United Methodist Church with Jennifer Darr, owner of Lindale Floral presenting the program.