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A Lindale woman was among the latest true bill dispositions from a Smith County Grand Jury this past week in connection with her arrest on Saturday, Nov. 25 at Pool Park. Lindale police were called to Pool Park on a suspicious vehicle call where they cited 17-year-old Kelsey Wood in possession of alcohol and tobacco products, both misdemeanor offenses. more
The contractor for the Lindale Relief Route will be conducting single lane closures of the I-20 westbound main lanes and the frontage road for Toll 49 bridge work this week, officials with the Texas Department of Transportation said. The closures of the various lanes will occur throughout the week. Local law enforcement will be assisting with work zone traffic control. more
Several special events to honor retiring East Texas Medical Center System CEO Elmer Ellis are planned for February, ETMC publicity officials announced. After 50 years, Ellis is officially retiring on Feb. 28. Among the special events will be a service awards dinner, a community leadership reception and an ETMC team member reception. more
Lindale student named to Ouachita Dean’s List ARKADELPHIA, Ark. – Aaron Roots from Lindale was recently named to the Fall 2017 Dean’s List at Ouachita Baptist University, school publicity officials announced. more
The Heartland National TB Center, part of UT Health Northeast in Tyler and located in San Antonio, has been awarded a 5-year, $6.7 million grant by the Centers for Disease Control, and selected as one of four TB Centers of Excellence in the U.S., said UT Health Northeast spokesman John Moore. The center works through education to reach the CDC’s goal of preventing, treating, and controlling tuberculosis and tuberculosis infection. more
Smith County Commissioners recognized two judges as well as other employees during their regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 30, said public information officer Casey Murphy. Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 Judge Quincy Beavers, County Court-at-Law No. 2 Judge Randall Rogers, Precinct 4 Commissioner JoAnne Hampton and Sheriff Larry Smith were recognized for their service. more
This past week, UIL representatives made it official following their biennial realignment meeting: Lindale will change districts and compete in Region III’s District 9-5A along with Hallsville, Jacksonville, Pine Tree, Marshall, Mount Pleasant, Nacogdoches and Whitehouse. On the basketball side, Lindale will move to Region II’s District 15-5A along with Greenville, Mount Pleasant, Royse City, Sulphur Springs and Texas High. more
Susan Gill’s philosophy about working with Lindale’s economic development is the same as when she was hired two years ago – understand the climate and realize things won’t change overnight. “It’s all about managing expectations,’’ said Gill, who has been president of the Lindale Economic Development Corporation since January, 2016. “When you sign a contract, you have to be realistic that the project will take some time. You have to be patient.’’ more
Officials with the Lindale Rotary Club have announced they are accepting nominations for the club’s annual Merchant of the Year Award, which will be presented at the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce Awards and Installation Banquet scheduled for April 16 at Hideaway Lake Clubhouse. Deadline for the nominations is Feb. 26, 2018 and can be mailed to Merchant of the Year, c/o Carroll Anderson, P.O. Box 1494, Lindale, 75771. more
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