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Members of the Lindale Garden Club celebrated Thanksgiving on Monday (Nov. 12) at the home of Pat and Frank Turner, complete with the traditional meal prepared and served by LGC member Debbie Wortmann. more
The Tyler Junior College Academy of Dance’s 30th anniversary presentation of Tchaikovsky’s classic ballet, “The Nutcracker,” is fast approaching and TJC Academy of Dance Director Carolyn Hanna is feeling a dizzying combination of excitement and pre-performance jitters. more
Tyler Junior College has made its Real Estate Certificate program more convenient with additional classes and new schedule options and students may now begin the program in either the fall or spring semester and still complete the coursework in the prescribed sequence. more
Officials of Tyler Junior College announced this past week that TJC’s gift from Virginia and Jim Gatewood exceeds $19 million now that all components of the gift are finalized. The announcement was made during the College’s annual Scholarship Luncheon held at Green Acres Baptist Church CrossWalk Conference Center. more
The Mineola League of the Arts has scheduled its annual Christmas Bazaar for 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 1 at 200 West Blair Street in Mineola, officials announced. more
Santa’s Bake Shop, one of the more popular destinations for Lindale area residents during the holiday season, will be open for business on Saturday, Dec. 1 at the Lillie Russell Memorial Library, officials said. more
Officials with the North East Texas Regional Mobility have announced that Segment 4 -- the Lindale Relief route-- is open from I-20 to SH 69 north of Lindale, making the entire 32 miles now accessible to motorists. The two-lane, undivided road has the safety features which were added to other segments of Toll 49. more
Mark James Nunley, 33, of Lindale, pleaded guilty on Thursday (Nov. 8) to continuous sexual abuse of a child under age 14, court records show and received 30 years in prison by 241st District Court Judge Jack Skeen. Nunley turned himself in to the Smith County Jail on Dec. 22, 2016. more
Taxpayer trust in the Lindale ISD was borne out once again last week when voters overwhelmingly approved the school district’s $32 million bond package, 67.9 percent to 32.1 percent. According to complete but unofficial returns, the bond package drew 5,617 “yes’’ votes to 2,657 “no’’ votes. more
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