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Members of the Lindale Garden Club recently visited Bloom Garden Center and received an informative talk and enjoyed a luncheon on the grounds, publicity officials announced. Bloom Garden Center co-owner Greg Lyles discussed how to create beautiful arrangements of mixed plants in pots. Lyles also provided useful tips on plants, potting, growing and gardening. more
Officials with Community Christian Fellowship church have announced “Fight the Good Fight,’’ a men’s conference, is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, March 16-17 at the church, one mile north of Interstate 20 on Highway 110 north. Friday’s conference will begin at 7 p.m. Friday and concludes at 3 p.m. Saturday. more
Smith County officials are urging residents to be extra cautious around wild animals following a recent rabies incident involving skunks near Hideaway. Two skunks have tested positive for the disease, said Smith County Public Information officer Casey Murphy, adding that these two animals were shot on Wednesday April 18 and on Thursday, April 19 because they were acting strange. more
This fall, Tyler Junior College will debut a new program designed to put graduates to work immediately, school publicity officials announced. Beginning in the fall semester, TJC will offer an Associate of Applied Science degree in industrial maintenance technology. The TJC Industrial Maintenance Technology Program will be housed in the Energy Center at TJC West, located at 1530 South Southwest Loop 323 in Tyler. more
Friday, July 13, 2018 Officer Stevens, and Officer Ramsey responded to a warrant service at 300 Block Henry St. Report taken and arrest made. Officer Philpot, Officer Ramsey, and Officer Stevens responded to an accident at 3500 Block S Main St. Report taken. Officer Stevens responded to an accident at 200 Block W Centennial Blvd. Report taken. more
Have you ever noticed your pet excessively licking, biting, or scratching a specific area on their body? This behavior can lead to an infection in the upper layer of the skin otherwise known as pyotraumatic dermatitis, or a “hot spot.” more
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has appointed Tyler Junior College’s Department Chair of Government and Economics Geoffrey Willbanks as a member of the Political Science Field of Study (FOS) Advisory Committee. The committee is composed of 24 voting members (12 from public community colleges and 12 from public universities) from a representative sample of institutions of varying sizes, peer groups, and regions of the state. more
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has appointed TJC Professor Stephanie Lassanske as a member of the Social Work Field of Study Advisory Committee, school officials announced. The Social Work FOS Advisory Committee helps to create the field of study degree plan for social work in Texas. Lassanske holds an Associate of Arts from Tyler Junior College, a Bachelor of Social Work and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of North Texas, and a Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington. more
Unemployment in the Lindale and East Texas area dropped slightly from February to March according to seasonally adjusted figures released by the Texas Workforce Commission this past week. Out of a workforce of approximately 108,000 in the East Texas region, 4,000 – or 3.7 percent – were unemployed, TWC figures revealed. more
A celebration of 65 years of marriage is planned for Robert and Donna Boeh of Lindale, who joined hands in holy matrimony on June 6, 1953 in Alliance, Neb., and moved to Texas in 1962. In 1998, they moved to Lindale. Robert is retired from the seismograph industry after a 40-year career and Donna has been a homemaker most of her life. more
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