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Officials with the East Texas Council of Governments have announced veterans or military clients can now ride for free on the GoBus, a trip that had previously cost $4 per ride. To take part in this offer, riders will need to notify the ETCOG dispatch office of their service as they are setting up an appointment and show their driver a form of service identification for their first trip. more
COLLEGE STATION – Bringing home a new furry friend can be an exciting experience for everyone involved and when that furry friend has just been adopted from an animal shelter, the experience can be not only exciting, but rewarding, as well. more
Four Tyler Junior College students have earned places in the Texas Two-Year College All-State Choir, school publicity officials announced. The students are: Janeen Baldwin, music major from Tyler; Hunter Dickens, music major from Bullard; Erin Maharrey, music major from Forney and Taylor White, music major from Paris. more
Dozens of local and area residents joined Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts from Lindale’s Troop 351 at the annual Flag Retirement Ceremony held Sunday, Nov. 11 at the Veteran’s Memorial in downtown Lindale, publicity officials announced. more
Sales tax revenues for Lindale merchants jumped out of the negative column this past month according to figures released recently by Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s office. After spending the past few months in the negative category, Lindale’s sales tax receipts were 9.53 percent higher for October, 2018 compared to figures from October, 2017. Year-to-date figures showed an increase of 7.5 percent on sales of $2,709,384 for 2018 compared to $2,689,814 for 2017. more
Friday, November 9, 2018 Officer Stevens responded to an accident at 100 Block E Centennial Blvd. Report taken. Officer Stevens responded to an alarm at 400 Block I20 W. False alarm. Officer Overton, Officer Ramsey, Officer Stevens, and Sgt Flores responded to a theft at 100 Block E Centennial Blvd. Report taken. Officer Stevens responded to an alarm at 400 Block W Hubbard St. False alarm. Officer Stevens responded to a fraud at 17900 Block Hwy 69 N. Report taken. more
TJC President for Branch Locations and District Provost Dr. Juan E. Mejia has been appointed to the Community College Baccalaureate Association Board of Directors, school publicity officials announced. The CCBA was established in 2000 with the philosophy that every person should have an opportunity to pursue the baccalaureate degree at a place that is convenient, accessible and affordable. more
Five Lindale High School athletes will continue their athletic and academic careers at the college level after signing letters of intent this past week in the high school cafeteria. In front of family, coaches and classmates, Cody Collingsworth (basketball, University of Portland), Jodi DeHart (softball, Tyler Junior College), Deanna Saunders (softball, Navarro Junior College), Cody Pike (baseball, North Central Texas Community College) and Cameron Wheeler (baseball, University of Texas at Tyler) put their names on the dotted line on Wednesday, Nov. 14. more
Three youngsters from the Lindale Independent School District took home ribbons this past week from the Smith County Fire Marshall’s Office and Office of Emergency Management’s annual fire poster contest. more
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