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A little over a dozen famous people from American history suddenly “came to life’’ Monday night (April 30) at Summit Heights Fellowship in Hawkins as elementary-age home school students dressed in historical costumes and discussed an American historical figure. Fourth, fifth and sixth grade students dressed up as Sacagawea, John D. Rockefeller, Jesse James, Annie Oakley, Davy Crockett, Thomas Edison, Madeleine Vionnet, Susanna Dickinson of the Alamo, Winston Churchill and a Native American as part of the Hawkins Community of Classical Conversations program. more
Smith County officials are urging residents to be extra cautious around wild animals following a recent rabies incident involving skunks near Hideaway. Two skunks have tested positive for the disease, said Smith County Public Information officer Casey Murphy, adding that these two animals were shot on Wednesday April 18 and on Thursday, April 19 because they were acting strange. more
Unemployment in the Lindale and East Texas area dropped slightly from February to March according to seasonally adjusted figures released by the Texas Workforce Commission this past week. Out of a workforce of approximately 108,000 in the East Texas region, 4,000 – or 3.7 percent – were unemployed, TWC figures revealed. more
Tyler Junior College has received the largest gift in the school’s history as well as what is to be believed the most significant monetary gift from an individual to a Texas community college and largest gift to an institution or organization in the City of Tyler, TJC officials have announced. more
Friday, April 13, 2018 Officer Wedgeworth, and Officer Stevens responded to a motorist assist at 553 I20 W. Unable to locate. Officer Stevens responded to a suspicious person at 1300 Block S Main St. Subject was okay. Officer Wedgeworth, and Officer Stevens responded to a welfare concern at 200 Block S Main St. Subject was okay. Officer Stevens, and Officer Wedgeworth responded to an agency assist at 13600 Block Cr 461. Responding agency took over scene. more
The Hideaway Lake Kiwanis Club recently named Isabella Yoder of Lindale High School as the club’s Sophomore of the Year with three other students also winning scholarships. The award is based on leadership ability, good academic standing and involvement in school and community activities. more
The annual benefit fish fry for the Lindale Volunteer Fire Department is scheduled for Saturday, May 19 at the Central Fire Station, 208 East Hubbard Street, just east of downtown Lindale, officials announced. more
A Lindale High School student and a Mineola High School student have been named the winners of the Tyler Music Coterie’s Hambrick/Mueller Young Musician of the Year Scholarship and will be presented in concert on Saturday, May 5. Randi Brannan of Mineola will receive a $1,500 scholarship and Sarah Huseth of Lindale will receive $1,300, publicity officials said. more
Tyler Junior College recently honored 11 retiring employees, who collectively totaled 294 years of service at TJC, school officials announced. “We talk a lot about our beautiful campus and buildings, but what really makes this place special is the people who work here,” TJC Chancellor and CEO Dr. Mike Metke said. “They are what make TJC the exceptional place that it is. This is a great place to further your education, and it’s also a great place to work. more
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