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LISD, TJC “Promise’’ scholarship announced

Wednesday, September 21

Lindale High School students now can be a part of a new scholarship initiative partnership with Tyler Junior College which will pay for two years of college at TJC, officials announced.

Junior High girls win tournament

Wednesday, September 21

Lindale’s 7th and 8th grade Lady Eagles volleyball squads participated in their second tournament of the season with all four teams capturing the championship in their respective divisions.

Police Report

Wednesday, September 21

Friday September 9, 2016 Officer Fortunas responded to an accident at 200 Block N Stadium St. Settled at scene. Officer Fortunas, Officer Gillham, and Sgt Flores responded to an escort at 200 Block W South St. Officer Philpot, and Officer Gillham responded to a stolen vehicle at 400 Block Hill St.

Smith County ESD No. 1 adopts unchanged tax rate

Wednesday, September 21

The Board of Commissioners for the Smith County Emergency Services District #1 adopted a tax rate of $.067664 per $100 property valuation for maintenance and operations for the tax year 2016 at a public meeting held on Sept. 15, 2016. This rate is the same as last year's rate.

Lindale High School Speech teams win in Mabank

Wednesday, September 21

Lindale High School’s Speech and Debate team traveled to Mabank this past weekend and each member claimed at least one win, said team coordinator Rory McKenzie. The event was an “Angel Tournament’’ featuring beginning competitors who have a mentor with them.
    • Elizabeth Anne Dolge

      Wednesday, September 14

      Services for Elizabeth Anne Dolge, 14 of New Harmony, were held Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016 in Lindale with Brother Bruce Rudd officiating.

    • Bill McDade

      Wednesday, September 14