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Ashlie Thompson, an incoming senior at Lindale High School, has been named as an officer in the Texas Future Farmers Association, publicity officials announced. She was named to the position during the organization’s 90th convention held in Fort Worth. more
Addison Baquet of Lindale High School was recently awarded a $5,000 Smith County Area Go Texan Scholarship and joined 10 other students from the county in receiving college funds, publicity officials announced. Area Go Texan committees from participating Texas counties promote the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo through a variety of activities, and HLSR Go Texan scholarships are awarded to the represented county. The Smith County Go Texan organization is a non-profit organization which raises funds for deserving local students. more
A “Back The Blue Summer Bash,’’ benefitting the East Texas Regional Fraternal Order of Police, is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 10 in downtown Lindale, publicity officials announced. Sponsored by Whataburger and DKT Enterprises, the event is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. at Picker’s Pavilion and Love and War in Texas and will feature family fun, food trucks, a pie eating contest, dunking booth, bounce houses and a car and motorcycle show. more
Whether you’re in need of book bags, blackboard chalk or bell-bottom pants, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is reminding shoppers they can save money on those and certain other items during the state’s sales tax holiday. This year, the sales tax holiday is to begin at 12:01 a.m. Friday, Aug. 10 and concludes at midnight Sunday, Aug. 12. more
The Wood County Beekeepers’ Association has scheduled its regular monthly meeting for 7 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 7 in the Community room of the First National Bank of Winnsboro, officials announced. more
It is back-to-school for students of all ages, which means, parents are gearing up for back to school shopping. The National Retail Federation estimates that nearly $83 billion will be spent on back-to-school shopping this year. While the tradition of picking out a new backpack, lunch box and planning the first-day outfits are the same, many consumers are shopping earlier by taking advantage of early sales and using curbside pickup. Better Business Bureau serving Central East Texas urges consumers to make their lists and stick with it to help save money. more
Tyler Junior College has received approval from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for an additional baccalaureate degree. On Thursday, July 26, THECB notified college officials of the decision to approve the college’s proposed Bachelor of Applied Technology (BAT) in Healthcare Technologies and Medical Systems. more
Friday, July 13, 2018 Officer Stevens, and Officer Ramsey responded to a warrant service at 300 Block Henry St. Report taken and arrest made. Officer Philpot, Officer Ramsey, and Officer Stevens responded to an accident at 3500 Block S Main St. Report taken. Officer Stevens responded to an accident at 200 Block W Centennial Blvd. Report taken. more
It is the newfound freedom of leaving home for college that is one of the most thrilling milestones in the life of a young person. However, finding the new home away from home can quickly turn that excitement into agony. In 2017, Better Business Bureau had more than 6,700 complaints and more than 501,000 inquiries on apartment complexes. more
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