April 24, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

LHS boys, girls qualify for area meet

WHITEHOUSE – Eight Lindale Lady Eagle track team members will be headed to the Region II Area Track Meet in Arlington on Friday (April 25) and Saturday (April 26) after qualifying this past week at the area meet at Whitehouse High School. More...

Photo

These two youngsters show off the bounty of eggs they found during the Lindale Library’s Easter Egg hunt on Good Friday. (Staff Photo by Angela Houston) More...

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Columns

Letter to the Editor

(EDITOR’S NOTE: The Lindale News and Times welcomes letters to the editors. They must include the writer’s name and address and must be in good taste. All letters are subject to editing and will run when space permits.) --- Dear Editor: More...

Life & Times

Doing something nice simply because it’s ‘biblical’

Back when I was a kid, summer was the best time of the year. Well, except for Christmas. Back then, you got a full summer. You got out of school in May and didn’t have to go back until after Labor Day in September. More...

Perr yman Repor t

Job recovery by industry

March total US employment stood at 137.9 million employed, almost back to where we were in January 2008 (138.4 million). We have been adding jobs, but at a frustratingly slow overall pace. More...

Sports

Lindale belts Indians, 15-3; improves to 7-2 in district

JACKSONVILLE — The Lindale Eagles secured their seventh district win of the season Thursday night, a 15-3 romp over the Jacksonville Indians to improve their season record to 16-6-2 and their 16-4A mark to 7-2. More...

Lindale girls finish 12th

With a two-day total 871, Lindale High School’s girls golf team finished in 12th place at the Class 4A Region II golf tournament this past week at Arlington’s Tierra Verde Golf Course. More...

LHS football team honored during recent banquet

Members of the Lindale High School Eagles football team were honored recently during the team’s annual Football Banquet held at the LHS cafeteria. Included in the honors were those players who earned Academic All State recognition. More...

Legion nears finish line for Veterans’ downtown memorial

The first shovel full of dirt was turned Monday morning (April 21) on the Veteran’s Memorial near Blackberry Square downtown, signaling a near-successful conclusion to the Lindale American Legion Post 15’s project which began in May, 2013 More...

LISD Foundation honors employees

The hallways are still and classrooms fall silent as the intercom’s beep echoes throughout the school. An announcement is made and cheers ring out. Seconds later, employees burst through the campus office door with laughter and tears of joy. More...

Toyota Texas Bass Classic set May 9

he best fishermen in the world will descend on East Texas as the Toyota Texas Bass Classic gets under way on May 9 at Lake Fork, organizers have announced. More...

News

LHS art students win VASE medals

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but for three Lindale High School students, it’s also worth a state medal. More...

Smith Co. Master Gardeners honored

Smith County Master Gardeners, a volunteer program of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, were honored during National Volunteer Week, April 13- 18, county officials announced. More...

Library intern earns Faulconer Scholarship

Officials with the Faulconer Scholarship Program of Tyler have announced Lindale Library high school intern KeeAna Ward has been named a recipient of the Faulconer Scholarship. More...

Obituaries

LYNNISE RICE

Funeral services for Mrs. Lynnise Rice, 79 of Mount Sylvan were held Tuesday, April 22, 2014 in the Dover Baptist Church with Rev. Bruce Rudd and Rev. James Anderson officiating. More...

BILLIE JEAN TUNNELL

Services for Billie Jean “Jeanie” Tunnell, 81, of Oklahoma City and relative of Lindale residents, were held Friday, April 18 at Lloyd James Funeral Home in Tyler. She died Monday, April 14, 2014 and was born Oct. More...