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Well-known traditions from Texas A&M University will be in the spotlight during the next meeting of the Tyler Aggie Moms Club scheduled for 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 18 at Pollard United Methodist Church in Tyler, club officials announced. more
Recent rainfall across the East Texas region hindered some attempts at a third cutting of hay, and cooler temperatures diminished most hopes of a high-quality third cutting, according to information from the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. more
Tyler-Smith County NAACP officials were honored recently at the organization’s 81st annual state convention in McKinney, officials announced. Local branch President Cedrick Granberry presented the Texas State Hero award to Andrew Melontree, Sr. and the 2018 Torchbearer Awards were presented by the Texas State NAACP to Cedrick Granberry, President, Lisa Williams, Secretary, Pamela Phoenix, Board Member and Vennie Jackson of the NAACP Tyler-Smith County Branch 6232. more
Officials with the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center have announced a night of family-friendly games and activities beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25 at TFFC. The “Halloween at the Hatchery’’ event is the TFFC’s way of giving East Texas families a safe place to go trick-or-treating outdoors while also raising money for charity. more
Tyler Junior College will offer travel/study projects in Greece from March 8 to 17, 2019, with flexible options for 10-, 11- or 12-day tours, school officials announced. Long considered the cradle of Western civilization, Greek culture provides the basis for many ideas about democracy, Christianity, classical literature, mythology, language, war, science, medicine, education, art, architecture and sports. more
Lindale Economic Development Corp. President Susan Gill recently completed the Advanced Economic Development Leadership program held at the Big Cedar Lodge in Branson, Mo., publicity officials announced. An executive education course, the AEDL explores economic development subjects that impact communities and states across the United States. more
It remains one of the biggest conundrums for law enforcement officials across the state: why can’t drivers understand that texting while driving is just as dangerous as driving under the influence. more
The Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce’s 34th annual Countryfest, one of the most well attended events in East Texas, is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 13 in downtown Lindale, organizers announced. Other events during Countryfest include the Crossroads Classic Car Show and the Harvest Hustle 5K run. more
Lindale High School’s highly decorated Speech and Debate Team has been busy to this point in the semester and recently, it finished up its fifth tournament since the first of September, said Director of Forensics and UIL Coordinator Rory McKenzie. The LHS team competed in the five tournaments over five different weekends in addition to hosting a tournament in which the Lindale students didn’t compete. “Already, we’re off to a great start,’’ McKenzie said. “With some pockets of upperclassmen leadership, we are also heavily reliant on our young guns this year.’’ Individual results for the tournaments include: more
The University of Texas at Tyler announced it has received $25,000 from the Texas Retailers Education Foundation to enhance marketing education in East Texas. The grant will fund UT Tyler’s first residential retail marketing summer camp in 2019 for East Texas high school students. The proposed weeklong event will combine on-campus academic activities with tours of area food production facilities, distribution centers and retail businesses. more
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