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As Lindale’s share of sales tax revenue continues its upward trend, city officials stress the overall picture remains healthy, with the latest numbers from Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s office bearing this out. Comparing Lindale’s sales tax figures from this time a year ago (i.e. May, 2017 to May, 2018), Hegar’s chart shows a 1.42 percent drop. In this category since January, 2018 Lindale’s share of the sales tax pie has been in the negative category, but has increased from nearly minus 6 percent to this latest 1.42 percent. more
Each year, the Hideaway Lake Kiwanis Club awards scholarships to deserving Lindale High School seniors and this year the club presented five students with a total of $30,000 for college. Klaire Hicks received the Emery Crane Scholarship worth $11,480, while Rebecca Richardson was also awarded an $11,480 scholarship. This scholarship is named for the founder of the Kiwanis Scholarship program. more
Officials with Cozad Insurance Group have announced a flag exchange will take place the week of June 11-15 at the Lindale office, 1428 South Main Street. more
Thursday, May 24, 2018 Officer Ramsey responded to an animal complaint at 200 Block Stadium St. Settled at scene. Officer Stevens responded to an accident at 3500 Block S Main St. Report taken. Officer Wedgeworth responded to lost property at the police department. Report taken. Officer Stevens, more
Tyler Junior College has recognized 1,316 students named to the president’s and dean’s lists for their academic excellence during the spring 2018 semester, school officials announced. more
The University of Texas at Tyler and Jarvis Christian College in Hawkins have entered into a partnership which will link both schools to undergraduate programs and majors at both schools, publicity officials announced. The selected programs will not duplicate those offered by JCC. Similarly, UT Tyler students will have the opportunity to pursue majors at JCC that are not offered at UT Tyler. more
East Texas Communities Foundation awarded $189,500 in scholarships to high school and college students from East Texas for the 2018-19 school years, including one from Lindale, ETCF officials announced. Robert McWhorter of Lindale High School was awarded the Retail Merchants Association of Tyler Scholarship, according to ETCF officials. more
The Smith County Clerk’s Manager of Official Public Records Suni Whitaker was recognized this week for five years of service to the county, said county public information officer Casey Murphy. more
Summer is officially right around the corner, and many are counting down the days until they leave for vacation. According to AAA, 64 percent of those planning a family trip are hitting the road despite higher gas prices. With more people at the pump, criminals are likely to be ramping up their efforts to take advantage of vacationers at the pump with credit card skimmers in order to steal personal data from the magnetic strip on the back of the card. more
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