August 27, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Newspaper announces early deadlines for Sept. 10 edition

Due to the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend, early deadlines have been announced for the Sept. 10 edition of the Lindale News and Times. The deadline for retail advertising is 5 p.m., Thursday, Sept. More...

FOOTBALL OPENER FRIDAY

Lindale hopes experience pays off big

Armed with several varsity-tested players with the knowledge they can compete in one of the toughest Class 5A districts in Texas, the Lindale Eagles begin another football season Friday night on the road against Chapel Hill. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. More...

Special Sections

Columns

Action needed to ensure Social Security is secure

This month marked the 80th anniversary of Social Security. President Franklin D. More...

As gadgets go, this one beats others by a nose

I am rerunnin’ this one for a buddy of mine. He requested it. I wrote it about 18 years ago and since then, my dad has gone to be with the Lord. This was one of his favorite stories. In fact, the preacher read it at his funeral. More...

Sports

Football Drills

Members of the offense work on plays during a recent practice session. More...

Lady Eagles down All Saints 3 sets to 1

The Lindale Lady Eagles traveled to All Saints on Tuesday, Aug. 18 and won the varsity and junior varsity matches against the Lady Cougars. The varsity won by scores of 25-18, 25- 18, 27-29 and 25-15, while the junior varsity won, 28- 26 and 27-25. More...

Drivers reminded about safety as school year is under way

Texas Department of Transportation officials are reminding motorists to remain alert and to put safety first setting aside cell phones and other distractions as the 2015-2016 school year kicks-off. More...

Calvary Commission plans annual Prayer and Missions Conference

Lindale’s Calvary Commission will celebrate its 38th anniversary with its annual Breakthrough Prayer and Missions Conference, scheduled for Sept. 3-7 at the facility’s Creekwood Ranch in Lindale, officials announced. More...

Smith County officials rescind burn ban

Thanks to some welcome showers this past week, officials with the Smith County Fire Marshal’s Office have rescinded the burn ban for the county, which went into effect Aug. 6. Friday afternoon (Aug. More...

News

Local Century 21 agent recognized by company

Alice Ann Brown, sales affiliate with the Lindale office of Century 21 First Group, has been recognized by the company with the Century 21 Masters Award as a nationwide top producer, publicity officials announced. More...

SBA announces $75 million in disaster loans

More than $75 million in federal disaster loans has been approved for Texas businesses and residents as a result of the deadly spring storms that destroyed many parts of East Texas, officials with the Small Business Administration announced. More...

LHS seniors voted to TB&T board

Officials with Texas Band and Trust have announced the selection of 20 seniors from Lindale High School to the bank’s student board of directors for the 2015-16 school year. More...

Obituaries

DANIEL ERNEST BAKER

Services for Daniel Ernest Baker, 91 of Tyler and relative of a Lindale resident, are scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 28 at Christ Episcopal Church in Tyler. Mr. Baker was born April 15, 1924, in Brooklyn, N.Y. He died Thursday, Aug. More...

WALTER BOWER MOYER

Services for Mr. Walter Bower Moyer, 84, of Hideaway are scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015 at the Hideaway Lake Community Church with Brother Rupert Anthony and Pastor Paul Garrison officiating. More...