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Smith County Commissioners Court approved the Smith County Multi-Jurisdiction Hazard Mitigation Plan during its regular weekly meeting on Tuesday, July 17. The 393-page document has been approved by Federal Emergency Management Agency, according to Smith County Fire Marshal Connie McCoy-Wasson. more
Smith County Commissioners took issue with County Judge Nathaniel Moran concerning raises for some county employees during the regularly scheduled meeting of the commissioners on Tuesday, July 17. Precinct 3 Commissioner Terry Phillips, whose precinct includes Lindale and Hideaway, said he didn’t think it was fair to select some officials for raises -- above the 2.9 percent cost of living increase -- included in the proposed 2019 budge. more
Texas families have until midnight on July 31 to enroll their newborns in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund and pay this year’s rates for all or some future tuition and school-wide required fees at Texas public colleges and universities, said Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar. Newborns are children younger than 1 year old at the time of enrollment. more
Lindale High School teacher, JP Fugler, will attend one of two C-SPAN Educators’ Conferences for an immersive experience with C-SPAN’s educational resources this week, publicity officials announced. more
Dr. Bryan Renfro, dean of the Tyler Junior College School of Professional and Technical Programs, recently attended the American Association of Community Colleges John E. Roueche Future Leaders Institute in Washington, D.C., TJC publicity officials announced. more
Saturday classes will be on the schedule for the fall, 2018 semester at Tyler Junior College, publicity officials announced. The classes will be 7 a.m.-12:45 p.m. beginning Aug. 25 and continuing through Dec. 12. Each class is an hour and 15 minutes. more
Too much, not enough, and never when you need it -- this is a common complaint of gardeners. Keeping and using water where it falls is the first step in managing this precious resource. more
Local governments and special districts have the opportunity to receive grant funds from the East Texas Council of Governments funded by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, publicity officials announced. To support regional waste minimization efforts in ETCOG’s 14-county region, the solid waste program is accepting applications for its annual Municipal Solid Waste grant funds. more
Smith County will be getting a new extension agent this summer. The Smith County Commissioners Court voted during its July 17 meeting to approve Claudann Jones to fill the position of Smith County Extension Agent for Family and Community Health, which was left vacant when longtime agent Patrice Dunigan retired. more
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