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Members of the Lindale Garden Club recently visited Bloom Garden Center and received an informative talk and enjoyed a luncheon on the grounds, publicity officials announced. Bloom Garden Center co-owner Greg Lyles discussed how to create beautiful arrangements of mixed plants in pots. Lyles also provided useful tips on plants, potting, growing and gardening. more
Have you ever noticed your pet excessively licking, biting, or scratching a specific area on their body? This behavior can lead to an infection in the upper layer of the skin otherwise known as pyotraumatic dermatitis, or a “hot spot.” more
Lindale ISD has partnered with the CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Ross Breast Center to “pink out” the stands on Friday, Oct. 20 at Eagle Stadium, district officials announced. The pink out will be a part of the Eagle’s football game, with kick-off starting at 7:30 p.m. The LHS Star Steppers and the National Honor Society are selling the pink out T-shirts for $10 at Lindale High School for the event. more
Lindale area voters can cast early ballots in the joint constitutional amendment and special election at Lillie Russell Memorial Library beginning on Oct. 23, officials said. Smith County voters are being asked to approve or deny the issuance of $39,500,000 tax bonds for road construction and improvement within the county. There are also seven constitutional amendments on the ballot, ranging from exemption from ad valorem taxation of part of the market value of the residence homestead of partially disabled veterans to an amendment relating legislative authority to permit credit unions and other financial institutions to award prizes by lot to promote savings. more
Thousands and thousands of East Texans gathered in downtown Lindale on a glorious, but warm, Saturday this past weekend and enjoyed the 33rd annual Countryfest, sponsored by the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce. In fact, LACC Executive Director Shelbie Glover figures this year’s event drew more than the previous record of last year’s estimated crowd of 7,500. more
“MuttNation Station,” a pet adoption center in Lindale, had its official groundbreaking on Saturday, Oct. 7, with officials wielding shovels to help get the process under way. Participants included Bev and Rick Lambert of MuttNation Foundation and officials with TJC North, GreaterGood.org, the city of Lindale and The Cannery Lindale. more
The UT Health Northeast Psychology Internship Program has been awarded a $1 million dollar grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration, an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, said spokesman John Moore. more
Friday, October 6, 2017 Officer Stevens, and Officer Philpot responded to a hit and run at 100 Block Miranda Lambert Way. Report taken. Officer Philpot, and Officer Stevens responded to a criminal trespass at 3500 Block S Main St. Report taken. Officer Stevens, and Officer Philpot responded to a motorist assist at 13800 Block Hwy 69 N. Officer Stevens, and Officer Philpot responded to an agency assist at 800 Block South St. Settled at scene. Officer Stevens responded to a public service at the police department. Questions asked and answered. Officer Philpot responded to an ID theft at the police more
The Alzheimer’s Alliance of Smith County will form a partnership with Tyler Junior College to offer the first Dementia Care Certificate, publicity officials announced. The first course is scheduled to be offered on Wednesday, Oct. 11 and the second on Thursday, Nov. 16 in the Regional Training and Development Center in Tyler. more
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