April 28, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Cast echoes fragrant inner-strength in LCT’s “Steel Magnolias’’

Lindale Community Theater’s second production of the season opened with a full house on Friday, April 22, with Executive Director Tim Mitchiner’s outstanding production of screenwriter Robert Harling’s classic dramedy “Steel M More...

Special Sections

Columns

Letter to Editor

Dear Editor, On Saturday, April 16, I attended the Walston Family Reunion at a restaurant in Tyler. I really had a great time seeing old friends and meeting new ones. We all enjoyed the food as well. More...

Examining the “T’’ word and how it affects you

Few topics generate more debate than income taxes. More...

Getting down and dirty while slinging some clods

You’re not gonna believe this, but I saw somethin’ the other day that I hadn’t seen in years -- an honest to goodness dirt clod fight. When I saw it, I had to pull over to watch. More...

Sports

LHS qualifies 10 for regional

Ten competitors from Lindale High School are headed to the Class 5A Region II track meet, scheduled for Friday and Saturday, April 29-30 at Maverick Stadium on the campus of the University of Texas at Arlington, after earning medals at the area meet More...

Gilbert takes success from LHS and turns it into college career

Heather Gilbert is one of the most successful student athletes to come out of Lindale High School in recent memory, but for some high school stars who take their game to the college level, the difference can be profound. More...

TxDOT officials announce meeting concerning FM 16

A public meeting with representatives of the Texas Department of Transportation concerning a final, recommended alternative FM 16 in Lindale is scheduled for 5 p.m.-7 p.m. in the cafeteria at E.J. Moss Intermediate School, officials announced. More...

Lindale man earns TBCJ volunteer award

Robert Harcrow of Lindale was presented the award for Extensive Travel during the Governor’s 2016 Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Award program, by Texas Board of Criminal Justice officials, said publicity spokesman Jason Clark. More...

News

TJC speech, debate team wins national championship

The Tyler Junior College speech and debate team returned victorious – and national champions – from the Phi Rho Pi community college national competition held April 4-10 in Costa Mesa, Calif., said spokesperson Elise Mullinix. More...

“Bodies Human’’ exhibit comes to Discovery Science Place

The exhibit “Bodies Human,’’ will arrive at the Discovery Place Annex, 308 North Broadway in downtown Tyler, beginning Saturday, April 30 and running until Sept. 4, officials announced. More...

County family development worker teaches parenting classes to inmates

Patrice Dunagin has been teaching parenting classes to female inmates in the Smith County Jail for 11 years. More...

Obituaries

Dr. E. Leigh Secrest

Services for Dr. E. Leigh Secrest, 88 of Hideaway, were held Monday, April 25, 2016 at the St. Luke Episcopal Church in Lindale with Pastor John P. Carr officiating. More...

Morgan Mize

Services for Morgan Mize, 18 of Van and relative of Lindale residents, are scheduled for 1 p.m., Thursday, April 28, 2016 at Hilliard Funeral Home in Van with Bro. Wesley Ward and Bro. Vernice Stanaland officiating. More...