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The city of Lindale Parks and Recreation Board has scheduled its first free “Movie In The Park’’ night for Saturday, Sept. 23 at Darden Harvest Park in The Cannery district downtown, officials … more
The Lindale ISD Alumni Association will honor one Lindale High School graduate with the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award and one outstanding former Lindale ISD employee with the 2017 Distinguished … more
For about a quarter and a half this past Friday at Eagle Stadium, Lindale High School was neck-and-neck with its blood rival, the Van Vandals. Then came three rapid-fire touchdowns from talented … more
Once it became official this past March that Sanderson Farms planned to open a new chicken processing facility in the Lindale and Smith County area, company and county officials began ironing out details to ensure the company would be delivering birds to customers by 2019. more
Therapet, an East Texas Animal Assisted Therapy nonprofit, will begin regular visits to the Lillie Russell Memorial Library in Lindale during September, officials have announced. more
Country music superstar and Lindale native Miranda Lambert led the way with five nominations for the 51st annual Country Music Awards, which will be presented on Wednesday, Nov. 8 in Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. Lauren Alaina, Dustin Lynch and Brothers Osborne appeared on “Good Morning America” on Labor Day (Sept. 4) to announce this year’s nominees. more
A new season is under way for the Lindale High School speech and debate teams and much like prior years, coach Rory McKenzie’s group got off to a positive start at swing tournaments held in Plano recently. Swing tournaments are events held in the same city at two different high schools. LHS competed at Plano Clark High School and Plano Senior High School. more
Theatre TJC begins its 2017-18 season with an original play written and directed by TJC theater professor Dr. David W. Crawford, said publicity spokesperson Elise Mullinix. “The Olive Press: The Gethsemane Event” is a story based on a sermon by 18th-century theologian Charles Spurgeon. more
A 35-year-old Flint man pleaded guilty to arson and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and was sentenced to 20 years in prison, according to Smith County Public Information Officer Casey Murphy. more
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