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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
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
Smith County Commissioners unanimously approved the 2018 county budget and tax rate during their regular weekly meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 29, publicity officials said. more
A couple of Lindale natives are now serving the local patients at CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Health Park-Lindale, hospital publicity officials announced. New providers Hayden Head, MD, and Carah Howe, MD, have been on the job since the first of August. more
From distracted drivers to those not knowing – or worse not heeding – the laws regarding when to stop for school buses, it is clear officers with the Lindale Police Department have their hands full on a daily basis. Considering these aren’t the only things Lindale PD must concern itself with, Chief Dan Somes wants to make sure drivers are obeying the laws in order to keep everyone safe, especially the school kids. more
According to Texas statute, drivers – traveling in either direction – must stop when approaching a school bus that is stopped and operating a visual signal. The driver may not proceed until one of the following occurs: more
Lindale High School Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Mike Meador has resigned his position with the Lindale ISD, Superintendent Stan Surratt confirmed Wednesday morning. Meador, who has been with the LISD 22 years and head coach and AD for the past 11 years, was not immediately available for comment. more
For the past 25 years, America’s letter carriers have been delivering not only mail, but hope to some of the country’s neediest citizens – those who are forced to deal with hunger on a daily basis. more
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