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Lindale ISD officials, which have embraced innovations in educational matters in the past – such as computer tablets for students and up to date educational practices – have taken the first step in making the district an actual “District of Innovation.’’ more
True to her nature as one who likes to work behind the scenes, new Lindale City Manager Carolyn Caldwell didn’t see the need to trumpet her promotion as the first female city manager in the city’s history. more
An old jury duty scam has made its way back to Smith County. Smith County Jury Coordinator Lisa Bennett said this past week she has had two reports from victims of the scam. People claiming to be law enforcement called and threatened the residents to pay a fine or be arrested because they missed jury duty. more
Former Smith County Judge Joel Baker’s trial relating to charges of violating the Texas Open Meetings Act scheduled for Monday was over before it even began, after Baker elected to take a plea bargain in the case. In the plea deal, Baker agreed to pay a $200 fine for one count of violating the Texas Open Meetings Act, while the other two counts were dismissed. more
Austin Bank recently honored Lindale employee Kerrie Covert for her “outstanding work and 10 years of service with the company,’’ bank officials announced. more
Tyler Junior College’s Family Learning Center of Tyler has been commended for outcomes in its recent annual report and remains in compliance with industry standards, according to a recent report from the National Accreditation Commission, said spokesperson Elise Mullinix. more
Lindale High School senior Ben Dieppa has been selected as the State Farm Good Neighbor Student of the Month, district officials announced. more
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