February 26, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

City’s downtown sidewalk work to begin in summer

In a few months, retail merchants and their customers should begin seeing a big difference in downtown Lindale – right beneath their feet. More...

Special Sections

Columns

Census report looks at changing business in U.S.

Perryman Report

While small businesses are very important job generators, more than half of Americans are working in large enterprises. More...

Kids used to know how to manage slick entertainment

Life & Times

I’m makin’ y’all read an old one again. This was one of the first stories I ever put in the paper, and over the years I’ve rerun it several times because of requests. It’s also one of my favorites. More...

Sports

Former LHS golfer Terry fires another round of 70

The LeTourneau University men’s golf team shot a final round 320 for a 34-stroke improvement in the final round of the Linda Lowery Intercollegiate at Falconhead Golf Club in Austin this past week. More...

Vehicle’s return brings back memories

EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks to generous donations from the public and many hours of restoration performed by the capable staff at Great American Classics in Lindale, the Lindale Volunteer Fire Department will soon be able to show off its restored 194 More...

Eagles top Lobos; advance in boys basketball playoffs

Garrett Sir Louis’ layup with just under a minute to play provided the winning points as the Lindale Eagles advanced to the next round in the state Class 5A boys basketball playoffs with a heart-stopping 63-62 bi-district win over the Longview More...

Annual rodeo returns May 14

Officials with the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce and the city of Lindale have announced the 28th annual I-20 Team Real Estate Lindale Championship Rodeo presented by Lonestar Ram is scheduled to kick off Thursday, May 14 at the Lindale Rodeo Arena More...

News

JH Band has strong showing at Solo, Ensemble

The Lindale Junior High School Band continues to rack up the awards and after the Region XXI TMEA Solo and Ensemble contest with 313 First Division medals being awarded. The competition was held at Lindale Junior High School on Feb. 6 and 7. More...

LABS returns to original location for March 5 event

In the continuing effort to bring business and community together to connect, communicate and network, the Lindale Area Business Showcase is scheduled for Thursday, March 5, 2015 in Lindale’s First United Methodist Church, organizer Holly Rand More...

Arson case cleared by Smith Co. Fire Marshal

Officials with the Smith County Fire Marshal announced the arrest of Walter Jones of Tyler who has been charged with arson in the grass fire on Feb. 9, 2015 on North Shore Drive in southwestern Smith County. More...

Obituaries

CHARLES R. ALLEN

Memorial services for Charles R. Allen, formerly of Lindale who died Dec. 26, 2014, are scheduled for 9:30 a.m., Friday, March 20 at Lindale First United Methodist Church, 402 West Hubbard Street. Services will be under the direction of Rev. More...

ROSEMARY C. LOCKETT

Services for Mrs. Rosemary C. Lockett, 81, of Tulsa, Okla. and formerly of Hideaway, were held Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015 in the Caudle-Rutledge Funeral Home chapel in Lindale with Dr. Jack Cox officiating. Interment was in the Mount Sylvan Cemetery. More...