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While Lindale’s sales tax receipts remained in the minus column for the fifth straight month, the percentage wasn’t a low as it was in April, according to figures released by Texas Comptroller Glen Hegar. Local merchants experienced a 2.59 percent drop compared to a year ago, but it wasn’t as large as April’s figure which was 4.21 percent. more
In law enforcement, a good partner is the ultimate teammate: loyal, trustworthy and will always be at your side to protect and defend. This has been true for as long as officers have been on patrol, regardless of whether that partner has two or four legs. Hunter, a three-year-old Dutch Shepherd, is just such a partner and he has the contest hardware to prove it. This K-9 is the partner of Smith County Precinct 5 Deputy Constable Kevin Petty and serves as a detector of contraband and assists in subduing suspects for the constable’s office. more
The Tyler Junior College Veterinary Technician program recognized its inaugural class of graduates during a pinning ceremony held Thursday, May 3, at Picker’s Pavilion in downtown Lindale, school publicity officials announced. The 11 graduates received their pins and took the official veterinary technician’s oath, which was administered by Jennifer Council, program professor. They received their Associate of Applied Science degrees during TJC spring commencement ceremonies Friday, May 11, in Wagstaff Gym on the TJC main campus. more
Friday, April 27, 2018 Officer Philpot, and Officer Wedgeworth responded to an animal complaint at 300 Block W South St. Settled at scene. Officer Stevens responded to an animal complaint at 16400 Block Woodlands Dr. Settled at scene. Officer Stevens responded to a suspicious circumstance at 600 Block E North St. Settled at scene. Officer Wedgeworth, and Officer Stevens responded to a suspicious circumstance at 15100 Block Country Acres. Settled at scene. Officer Wedgeworth, and Officer Stevens responded to an ordinance violation at 21200 Block Hwy 69 N. more
Commencement exercises were held for more than 1,200 degree candidates representing four colleges at the University of Texas at Tyler during the weekend of May 4-5, school publicity officials announced. School president Dr. Michael Tidwell, Heartland Security Insurance Group Chairman and CEO Billy Hibbs Jr. presented the candidates from the college of Nursing and Health Sciences, college of Arts and Sciences, the Soules College of Business and college of Education and Psychology and college of Engineering. more
Squamous Cell Carcinoma, a type of skin cancer that commonly occurs on white-skinned areas of horses, can be difficult to treat. That’s why Dr. Leslie Easterwood, a clinical assistant professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, said early detection and treatment are key. SCC most commonly occurs at mucocutaneous junctions, such as the eyes, nose, sheath, vulva, and rectal sphincter, Easterwood said. more
When the month of May arrives, East Texans know the 31st annual Lone Star Ram Lindale Championship Rodeo presented by Real Edge Real Estate is about to begin another three-day run at the Lindale Rodeo Arena. This year’s rodeo will be May 17-19 with gates opening at 6 p.m., Thursday, May 17, officials announced. Live music will be on the schedule with rodeo action getting under way at 7:30 p.m. each day. more
Lindale High School junior, Samuel Payne, has earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36, LISD publicity officials have announced. On average, only around one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the ACT will earn a top score. Across the United States in the high school graduating class of 2017, only 2,760 out of more than 2 million graduates who took the ACT earned a composite score of 36. more
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