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Officials with the Better Business Bureau Serving Central East Texas have issued a warning concerning an East Texas-based children’s boutique that has been accused of not delivering goods and is lax in issuing refunds. more
Like people, dogs and cats can experience poor or failing eyesight as they age. The onset of vision loss in our pets can occur for a number of reasons, including cataracts, glaucoma, and retinal diseases such as sudden acquired retinal degeneration syndrome and progressive retinal atrophy. SARDS, a disease that affects the function of the light sensing cells of the retina, primarily affects middle-aged dogs and results in blindness over a very short period of time. more
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has approved a grant proposal for improvements to the city of Lindale’s Darden Harvest Park, said Lindale City Manager Carolyn Caldwell. City officials voted to accept the matching grant approval -- $400,000 from the state’s Land and Water Conservation Fund – during the city council’s regularly scheduled July 17 meeting. more
The Lillie Russell Memorial Library in Lindale will be busy in the next few weeks getting ready for a new school year and helping students with their supplies, publicity officials have announced. more
Even though the current heave wave doesn’t make it seem possible, fall will arrive in a few weeks and with it will be the start of school as well as events and school-related fund raisers by various entities in the community. more
Two of the most anticipated events of the year for the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce are keeping organizers busy. The 5th annual LACC Golf Tournament sponsored by Tyler Ford will tee off on Monday morning, Sept. 24 at Garden Valley Golf Club, which will be followed a couple of weeks later by the always popular Countryfest, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 13 in downtown Lindale. more
Friday, July 20, 2018 Officer Ramsey responded to a public service at the police department. Questions asked and answered. Officer Stevens, and Officer Ramsey responded to an agency assist at 100 Block E Centennial Blvd. Responding agency took over scene. Officer Stevens responded to a motorist assist at 200 Block S Main St. Officer Ramsey responded to a public service at 300 Block S Main St. Questions asked and answered. Officer Gillham responded to an alarm at 100 Block S Main St. False alarm. Officer Fortunas responded to an accident at 2800 Block S Main St. Report taken. Officer Gillham responded to a more
The Smith County Commissioners Court on Tuesday (July 24) approved a 5-year tax abatement for Wyoming Machinery Company, which plans to start operations on Aug. 1 on a property that has been vacant for several years, said County Public Information Officer Casey Murphy. A public hearing was held on the abatement but there were no speakers. more
The Smith County Auditor’s Office hosted the semi-annual Texas Association of County Auditors “On the Road Area Training” in Tyler during the third week of July, County Public Information Officer Casey Murphy said. “The trainings have been held twice a year for the past eight years to allow affordable educational opportunities for county auditors and their staffs who may not be able to attend regular conferences and/or are in need of additional training hours,” said Smith County Auditor Ann Wilson. more
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