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Friday, June 15, 2018 Sergeant Flores responded to the 3500 Blk S. Main St. to assist another agency, cleared scene. Sergeant Flores and Officer Ramsey responded to the 700 Blk S Main St. more
Spots and patches of white or gray talcum powder-like substance on your plant means powdery mildew infected your plant. This is one of the most widespread fungal diseases and attacks a wide range of plants. You may see mildew on a variety of trees, shrubs, flowers, vegetables and lawn grasses. Don’t despair—you can reduce the risk of this disease with proper plant selection, maintenance and if needed organic intervention. more
Now that summer vacation time has arrived, officials with the Better Business Bureau Serving Central East Texas are urging consumers to do the proper research before booking with a cruise line. In 2017, BBB received more than 1.1 million travel-related inquiries and whether you’re a seasoned cruiser or a first-time cruiser there’s still travel plans to consider before heading out to sea. more
Lindale students earn Dean’s List honors at Sam Houston State Neeley Doss and Christian Straus of Lindale have been named to the Dean’s List at Sam Houston State University for the spring, 2018 semester, school officials announced. more
Road crews with the Texas Department of Transportation will be working projects in Smith County this week and motorists should expect lane closures and delays during this work to seal and protect roadways from water, and provide a longer life cycle, TXDOT officials said. Because the time to complete work on each roadway is estimated, these schedules are subject to change. more
Officials with the University of Texas at Tyler have announced two recipients of the 2018 UT System Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award. Kerrie Anne Ambort-Clark, senior lecturer in management, and Dr. Sean Butler, associate professor of chemistry, will each receive $25,000 in recognition of their superior undergraduate instruction and commitment to student success through teaching. more
With the Santa Fe High School shooting still painfully fresh in everyone’s memory, parents are once again left with a helpless feeling of not knowing if their youngsters will be safe when the new school year begins in a few months. more
Camp and Cass Counties are closer to becoming a part of the North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority – NET RMA – after Smith County Commissioners passed a resolution during their regular weekly meeting on Tuesday, June 12. more
Smith County officials met with about a dozen residents Tuesday evening (June 12) at the first Citizens and Veterans Outreach Meetings, said public information officer Casey Murphy. more
A new mobile application for smart phones has been launched by the Texas Department of Public Safety, DPS officials have announced. The iWatch Texas, can assist in reporting suspicious activity in Texas, including criminal, terroristic or school safety-related threats. more
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