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Tyler Junior College will host a job fair for Sanderson Farms, the third largest poultry producer in the United States, TJC officials said. The job fair will be held 8 a.m.-8 p.m. through Thursday, Nov. 30, in the Skills Training Center on the TJC West Campus, located at 1530 SSW Loop 323, in Tyler. more
Now that you’ve enjoyed your first holiday meal of the 2017 season, it’s time to look forward to the Christmas in Lindale Celebration, scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 2. The jolly old elf himself, Santa Claus, will make his annual appearance during the Lindale Rotary Club’s Christmas Parade, which will kick things off at 6 p.m. in the parking lot of E.J. Moss Intermediate School. The parade will move out of the school’s parking lot and turn north on Highway 69 before concluding at the parking lot of Lindale’s First Baptist Church on Hubbard Street, across from Picker’s Pavilion at The Cannery in downtown Lindale. more
“Act VII, A Christmas Spectacular,’’ sponsored by Petty’s Steak and Catfish Restaurant, a showcase for music and drama students in the Lindale ISD as well as a fund raiser for the Lindale ISD Education Foundation, is scheduled for 6 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 16 in the LISD Performing Arts Center, officials announced. more
For the sixth straight year, the Lindale Independent School District has been recognized as a financially responsible district by the Texas Education Agency’s “Superior Achievement’’ rating, district officials have announced. The state’s school financial accountability rating system -- the School Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas -- is administered by the TEA. more
Despite experiencing a slight dip in their sales tax percentage from the last reporting period, Lindale merchants enjoyed another positive month, according to figures released recently by Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s office. Local businesses realized a 5.22 percent increase from this time a year ago, compared to a 6.1 percent increase last month. more
The cookie elves have been busy getting ready for Santa’s Bake Sale in the Community Room at the Lillie Russell Library on Saturday, Dec. 2. Doors open at 10 a.m. and cookies will be sold until 9 p.m. All of these yummy “no-bake” cookies — someone else bakes them for you —are just $6 a dozen, mix or match. If you love to bake, it’s not too late to donate cookies or candy to the sale, and it’s not too late to order for pickup. more
Friday, November 17, 2017 Officer Philpot responded to an ID theft at the police department. Report taken. Officer Stevens responded to a public service at the police department. Questions asked and answered. Officer Stevens responded to a public service at 900 Block S Boyd St. Questions asked and answered. Officer Stevens, and Sgt Flores responded to an ordinance violation at 556 I20 W. Unable to locate. Sgt Flores responded to a theft at 100 Block E Centennial Blvd. Report taken. Officer Philpot responded to a fraud at the police department. Report taken. more
A third grader at College Street Elementary donated all of his birthday money, which was $190, to the Feathers for Friends Campaign, Lindale ISD officials said. That campaign is raising money for the Lindale Christmas Helpers, which is a local attempt to help Lindale school children have Christmas that otherwise, would not. more
CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances nurse Michael Peek was recently received the DAISY Award, which recognizes nurses across the nation for making a profound difference in the lives of their patients and families, publicity officials announced. more
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