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Jerry Alexander, owner of Red Baron Supply Company in Lindale, is a solid supporter of the Lindale ISD and a recent contest he sponsored “cemented’’ his reputation as one of the best friends of the district. The company was seeking a new Lindale Eagles’ logo for its newest concrete truck and enlisted help from some of the art students of Lindale High School and Lindale Junior High School. more
Friday, March 30, 2018 Officer Wedgeworth responded to a suspicious vehicle at 17000 Block I20. Settled at scene. Officer Stevens responded to an accident at 900 Block S Main St. Report taken. Officer Stevens, and Officer Wedgeworth responded to an animal complaint at 400 Block Boyd St. Citation issued. Officer Stevens, and Officer Wedgeworth responded to a suspicious vehicle at 90 Block E South St. Settled at scene. Officer Wedgeworth responded to a public service at the police department. Fingerprints taken. Officer Stevens, and Sgt Flores responded to a disturbance at 1340 Block I20 W. Settled at scene. Officer Stevens, and Sgt Flores responded to a suspicious person at 100 Block E Centennial Blvd. more
Officials with Tyler Junior College and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have announced a diversity recruitment event is scheduled for 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday, April 23 in Building 16A, Apache Rooms on the TJC campus. The event is free and open to all college students and qualified candidates. more
One of the most popular attractions of the year for the Lillie Russell Memorial Library – the Osinga Dairy farm animals – will return once again on Friday, April 27. more
Smith County veterans may be able to qualify for some type of tax exemption – even up to 100 percent – according to chief appraiser Mike Barnett. “Veterans with a service connected disability are encouraged to file an exemption application form to have their property taxes lowered at the Smith County Appraisal District office,” Barnett said. more
Leaders from Tyler Junior College and area businesses gathered last week on the College’s main campus to learn about the economic impact of the TJC Promise and how they can help ensure the future of the community, school officials announced. more
The academic teams competing for the Lindale ISD have once again proven that being bigger doesn’t always mean being better. Despite being the smallest school in the district and the smallest in the state Class 5A division, LISD’s 6th-12th grade competing classes have once again won the district championship in UIL Academics. more
The East Texas Wild Pig Seminar on April 20 in Overton will offer expert information and recommendations to residents interested in addressing wild pigs on their property, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service officials. The AgriLife Extension Service educational event will be 8:30 a.m. to noon at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, 1710 N. Farm-to-Market Road 3053. more
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