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Laura Gonzalez celebrates her birthday every Labor Day weekend, commemorating the start of a new year and the end of summer alongside friends and family. Her husband Rico, however, will forever be absent from these celebrations as he was killed when he was hit head-on by a drunk driver, leaving behind his wife of less than a year and countless other family members and friends. more
There were a lot of “cool’’ kids – more than 2,300 to be exact – in the just concluded Lillie Russell Memorial Library’s Summer Program and this past Friday, the Lindale Volunteer Fire Department helped them celebrate by bringing out the big hoses. more
Officials with the Texas Rose Horse Park, located near Interstate 20 off State Highway 110 near Lindale, are busy preparing for a couple of events this week and again in September. Beginning at 8 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 23, the Texas Rose Horse Breed Show and Western Dressage will take place and continue through Aug. 26. more
Audition dates and times have been set for the Tyler Junior College Academy of Dance’s 30th anniversary of Tchaikovsky’s classic ballet “The Nutcracker,’’ school publicity officials announced. Tryouts will begin Saturday Sept. 8 in the TJC dance studio, Room 125 in the Ornelas Health and Physical Education Center at the corner of Apache Pass and Palmer Avenue on the main TJC campus. more
Nearly 10 years ago, Lindale ISD trustees asked district taxpayers to approve a bond proposal for improvements which included a new junior high school, the performing arts center and a new baseball/softball complex. Monday night (Aug. 13), the LISD board unanimously passed a resolution calling for another bond election – for $32.410 million – to provide new classrooms for the high school, expansion of the high school cafeteria, a multi-use activity center, improvements to Eagle Stadium and funds to beef up the district’s security. more
Tyler Junior College Board of Trustees have scheduled public hearings on a its proposed tax rate for 2018-19 – 0.199926 per $100 valuation which is the same as last fiscal year -- with both meetings scheduled for the White Administrative Services Center on the main TJC campus, school public officials announced. The first public hearing is scheduled for 11 a.m., Thursday, Aug. 16 and the second is 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 23. The board approved the tax rate during a special called meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 7. more
Continuing a steady climb since the first of the year, Lindale’s sales tax figures improved from last month’s report, according to figures released by Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s office. Lindale’s share of the sales tax pie was minus 0.2 percent, up from July’s .93 percent. These figures are based on comparisons from July, 2017 ($1,964,570.11) to July 2018 ($1,960,619.72). more
Approximately 400 youngsters and adults enjoyed First United Methodist Church – Lindale’s “Back to School Carnival’’ Saturday, Aug.4 as an outreach to the community to help families get their children ready for school, church officials said. more
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