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Texas added an estimated 256,100 seasonally adjusted jobs over the past year. There were overall job decreases of 7,300 in September, due largely to effects from Hurricane Harvey, according to information from the Texas Workforce Commission. more
Friday, October 13, 2017 Officer Stevens, and Officer Philpot responded to an alarm at 200 Block Mission Crest. False alarm. Officer Stevens responded to a public service at the police department. Questions asked and answered. Officer Stevens responded to an agency assist at 800 Block Industrial Pkwy. Report taken. Officer Philpot more
Dabrett Montreal Black, 32, of Lindale, was indicted by a Smith County Grand Jury this past week on two felony charges stemming from a chase involving Smith County deputies in July, officials announced. more
Clinton Brackett, 32 of Lindale, was arrested this past week by officers with the Texas Rangers on a warrant for sexual assault out of Runnels County, said Department of Public Safety spokesperson Jean Dark. Brackett was director of student ministries at Lindale’s First United Methodist Church, FUMC officials said, adding Brackett has not been ordained in the United Methodist Church and isn’t considered a minister, pastor or member of the clergy. more
The Mineola League of the Arts’ recent quilt show attracted entries from across East Texas to compete for prizes in more than 15 categories, officials said. There were 122 quilts entered in the show along with some quilts in special displays. Quilt Show Choice Award winners included: Best of Show: Nancy Risk of Marshall with Grandma’s Garden; more
Tyler Junior College art professor Philana Oliphant Pace has been chosen as an exhibitor for the sixth edition of the Texas Biennial, a geographically focused exhibition of contemporary art, TJC spokesperson Elise Mullinix announced. more
Author and World War II spy expert Dr. Ann Todd will speak at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, in Room 1109 of Jenkins Hall, on the Tyler Junior College main campus, school publicity officials announced. The event is open to the public and admission is free. The program will last about an hour. Following her presentation, Todd will take questions from the audience and share her advice on research, writing and getting published. more
Jacqueline Rand, a 7th grader at Lindale Junior High School, recently was named the Grand Champion in the 2017 State Fair of Texas Junior Public Speaking Contest in Dallas, officials announced. more
ETMC Tyler has been reaccredited as a comprehensive center with adolescent qualifications for bariatric surgery by the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program, said publicity spokesperson Rebecca Berkley. more
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