September 3, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Lindale ready for home test with Carthage

The shine remains on the opening night, 27-0 win over Chapel Hill, but Lindale’s Eagles don’t have time to polish it because Friday night Carthage’s Bulldogs arrive at Eagle Stadium presenting another challenge for the local footbal More...

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Columns

Being a victim of gang activity, in majorette proportions

I was talkin’ to a man the other day, and he asked me what I thought about all the gang activity that was goin’ on nowa days. Well, that got me to thinkin’ about back when I was growin’ up. More...

Market shake-up last week was bad, but not the worst

A few days last week proved to be difficult for U.S. equity markets and anyone who invests in, works with, or watches them. More...

Carthage holds off Lindale, 24-20

The Lindale Eagles pushed Carthage to the brink Friday night at Eagle Stadium, but couldn't finish their rally as the Bulldogs held on for a 24-20 win.This was Lindale's home opener after defeating Chapel Hill, 27-0, last Friday night in Chapel Hill. More...

County OK’s 2016 budget; tax rate same as 2015

During their regular weekly meeting on Monday, Aug. 24, the Smith County Commissioners unanimously approved the 2016 budget, using the same tax rate as last year, said County Information Officer Casey Murphy. More...

Tom Pegues to retire from SRA after 40 years

This month, a man who was involved with Lake Fork before there ever was a Lake Fork will be leaving the building. Tom Pegues, Sabine River Authority at Lake Fork division manager, will retire after 40 years. More...

News

LHS Speech, Debate successful in opening tournament of year

Lindale High School’s Speech and Debate team has gotten off to another fast start to this season’s tournaments this past weekend with LHS participants bringing home high marks from the “swing’’ tournament held at Hallsvi More...

Wood County Hospital District seeks organic chemistry instructor

Officials with the Wood County Central Hospital District, in cooperation with the Quitman ISD, have announced they are seeking an organic chemistry instructor to teach night classes in the fall of 2015. More...

Harmony & Understanding tuning up for new season

Tyler Junior College’s song-anddance troupe Harmony & Understanding is tuning up for the 2015-2016 year, said spokesperson Elise Mullinix. More...

Sports

Lady Eagles win at Tyler tourney

This past weekend, the Lindale High School Lady Eagles volleyball team competed in the John Tyler High School Invitational tournament and won their pool on Friday night before falling on Saturday. More...

Guest Speaker

Omar Fabian of Colonial Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Lindale was the guest speaker at last week’s meeting of the Lindale Rotary Club. He discussed the enlarged facility, services offered and space availability. More...

Clarification

In a recent Lindale News and Times story concerning the 2015 Lindale High School volleyball team, a player was inadvertently left off a list of returning players from 2014’s team. More...