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For anyone who’s been paying the least bit of attention, it’s clear the business climate in the Lindale area has experienced some rapid growth in the past few years. To keep up with this business expansion, officials with the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce have presented an updated blueprint for its members – the “3 Year Strategic Plan’’ – designed to bring new ideas, initiatives and innovations to the ever-expanding base of the LACC. more
A ceremony to honor our nation’s veterans is scheduled for 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 11 at the Lindale Veteran’s Memorial, located at the intersection of Valley and Commerce Streets, just south of Picker’s Pavilion, officials announced. more
Officials with the Texas Department of Transportation have announced that due to work on the Lindale Relief Route, lane closures will be in effect for the next two weeks near the intersection of Loop 49 and I-20. Deck panels and overhangs are being installed at the Toll 49 Main Lane Bridge and will continue from south to north through Nov. 17. The contractor will close lanes beginning with the eastbound outside lane and from 2 a.m.-5 a.m. on Nov. 9, another closure is planned to place concrete for the bridge deck at FM 16. more
The Smith County Fire Marshal’s Office responded to a structure fire at CubeSmart Self Storage, 12324 Highway 155 South at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 5, according to county fire marshal Connie McCoy-Wasson. She said her office remained on the scene through Monday. The fire destroyed one business and damaged another, McCoy-Wasson said. more
Student researchers at the University of Texas at Tyler will help pave the way in the development of future Texas highways. With a Texas Department of Transportation research grant, assistant professor of civil engineering Dr. Mena Souliman will lead the university’s research team that will analyze TxDOT’s current aggregate classification system that is used when creating various asphalt mixes. They will collaborate with Texas Transportation Institute researchers on the two-year project. more
Does your dog need a change of scenery? Consider taking Fido to the dog park, where he or she can play, exercise, and socialize with other dogs and people. These activities can benefit your dog both physically and mentally. But that doesn’t mean Fido should be free to roam the park without your supervision. more
Brent McMillan, a crew leader for the Smith County Road and Bridge Department, was recognized Tuesday during Commissioners Court for 25 years of service to the county. County Engineer Frank Davis said McMillan began working for his department as an operator I, and has worked his way up to lead a crew that works primarily in the precinct 2 area. When the foreman is absent, he steps in to fill the role, he added. more
The Mineola League of the Arts is scheduled to hold its annual Fiber Art Exhibition beginning at 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 13 and continuing until Saturday, Nov. 18, officials announced. more
Approximately seven percent of U.S. households fall victim to identity theft each year, and those numbers are on the rise. Anyone whose personally identifiable information has been compromised in a data breach should consider options to protect their credit from being misused. more
Dr. Mike Metke, Tyler Junior College president, and Dr. Juan E. Mejia, TJC provost and vice president for academic and student affairs, were recently recognized as Distinguished Pioneers of South Texas College during the 20th anniversary of STC’s Valley Scholars Program, said TJC publicity spokesperson Elise Mullinix. Metke and Mejia served in administrative capacities at STC before they came to TJC. more
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