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Even though Lindale’s sales tax figures were down a bit from July’s reporting period, merchants still realized a 5.64 percent increase from this period in 2016, according to figures released by Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar recently. Locally, merchants realized sales of $1,964,570.11 for July, 2017 compared to $1,859,530.08 for the same period in 2016, according to Hegar’s figures. July’s figures showed a 6.79 percent jump for Lindale’s merchants. more
Chili’s Restaurant in Lindale recently donated 15 percent of its revenue over a two-day period to benefit the Jordan-Duncan American Legion Post No. 15 in Lindale, post officials said. The contribution, which totaled $240, was made possible by the restaurant’s “Give Back’’ program which supports local 501.c. non-profit organizations. Eagle Pharmacy in Lindale donated 144 flags for this project, post officials said. more
The League of Women Voters of Tyler/Smith County will celebrate the 97th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment to the Constitution, which gave women the right to vote, at 11:30 a.m. on Aug. 26 at Taylor Auditorium in Tyler, LWV officials announced. The celebration will feature the presentation of the Making of Democracy Work Award to 321st District Family Court Judge Carole Clark and her advocacy of the children of Smith County. This award is an annual tribute presented by the LWV of Tyler and Smith County. more
Officials with the Mineola League of the Arts have announced their annual “Sampler Week’’ is scheduled for Aug. 19-26 with classes costing $5 each. Patrons can take a class during that week for the relatively low cost of $5 and see if it is something they like, officials said. more
Friday, August 4, 2017 Officer Stevens, and Officer Philpot responded to a welfare concern at 553 I20 W. Settled at scene. Officer Philpot, and Officer Stevens responded to a theft at 100 Block E Centennial Blvd. Report taken. Officer Stevens responded to a suspicious vehicle at 200 Block N Stadium St. Settled at scene. Officer Stevens, more
Community Christian Fellowship will begin a new year of “Moms, Inc.’’ on Sept. 19 with the theme “A Year of Blessing,’’ CCF officials announced. The program will be a Bible-based curriculum and is geared to guide a mother’s journey to experience a life of blessing more fully. more
CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances HealthPark -Lindale officials announced new providers Hayden Head, MD, and Carah Howe, MD, have joined the local facility. “We are excited to add Dr. Head and Dr. Howe to our already outstanding team at CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances HealthPark-Lindale,” said Lisa Robinson, Clinic Administrator at CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances HealthPark-Lindale. “As Lindale residents, familiar with the community and the people here, they bring an enthusiasm and desire to serve to the clinic that will be an invaluable asset to CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Health System and an important resource in offering the highest levels of care to our patients.” Head completed her undergraduate degree and medical degree at Texas Tech University before undertaking her Family Medicine Residence at the University of Texas at Tyler. more
Sen. Ted Cruz visited Tyler Junior College on Friday, Aug. 4 and received a tour of the Rogers Nursing and Health Science Center and later held a roundtable discussion with students and faculty, said publicity spokesperson Rebecca Sanders. more
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