March 5, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Funeral services held for Nellie Plumley, 93

Services for Mrs. Nellie Plumley, 93 of Lindale, were held Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015 in the Caudle-Rutledge Funeral Home Chapel in Lindale with Rev. Paul Smith and Rev. Took Martin officiating. More...

Public welcome to attend annual Business Showcase

Leading Lindale and surrounding area businesses will welcome the public for the sixth year to the Lindale Area Business Showcase on Thursday, March 5, with the event returning to the original location of First United Methodist Church-Lindale, 402 Wes More...

Special Sections

Columns

Sometimes, truth -- like face hardware -- is hard to take

Life & Times

The other day I was an hour or so early for an appointment, so I stopped in one of those high-dollar coffee places to kill some time. Now, I know that coffee in those places is priced too high, but man is it good. More...

Putting gender wage inequality in perspective

Perryman Report

The gender pay gap has been a topic of research and debate for decades. Although the Equal Pay Act of 1963 made it illegal to discriminate against women in the payment of wages, differences persist. More...

Sports

Varsity Eagle pitcher fires no-hitter during weekend tournament

Fueled by Cody Rozell’s no-hitter, the Lindale High School Eagles varsity baseball team knocked off Hays Lehman, 16-0, this past weekend in the Copperas Cove baseball tournament. Rozell fanned 13 and walked none en route to his masterpiece. More...

The Lindale Rowdies

The Lindale Rowdies, a U8 soccer team coached by Tony Richey and Jay Telfer, recently completed an undefeated season, going 9-0-1. The season began on Dec. 13 and concluded with the finals on Feb. 21. More...

Warrant Round Up begins March 7; Friday is last chance to pay fines

Anyone with outstanding court costs and fines where a warrant has been issued has until Friday, March 6 to settle these accounts, Smith County officials have announced. More...

NEW THEATER FRONT

Lindale Community Theater’s front took on a new look recently as its new sign has been installed. The theater has occupied its new home on 109 W. Hubbard in downtown Lindale for a little over year. More...

Eagles push Lancaster before loss

What the No. 1-ranked, Class 5A boy’s basketball team counted on was to run past a third-place team out of an East Texas district in the area playoffs this past Saturday (Feb. 28) at Forney High School. More...

News

LHS students earn Ethics Bowl plaudits

Two Lindale High School students have been recognized for their participation in the recent 2015 Ethics Bowl held at the University of Texas at Tyler during UT Tyler Ethics Week, Dr. Gloria Duke of UT Tyler announced. More...

Knights of Columbus fish fry set for Lent

The Lindale Knights of Columbus annual benefit Lenten Fish Fry is scheduled to begin Friday, Feb. 20 and continue through Friday, March 27, officials announced. Other dates are Friday, Feb. 27 and Friday, March 20. More...

Clarification offered on city sales tax story

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Obituaries

GEORGE JERRY ADKINS

Funeral services for George Jerry Adkins, 55 of Lindale, were held Friday, Feb. 27 in the Greater Hopewell Baptist Church with the Rev. Bruce E. Lyons officiating. More...

NORMA DELL BURTON

A memorial service for Norma Dell Burton, 77 of Lindale, is scheduled for 2 p.m., Saturday, March 7, 2015 with Pastors Rick Ivey, Wayne Flowers and Tommy Lyles officiating with services under the direction of Caudle-Rutledge Funeral Home in Lindale. More...

LOGAN W. CREWS

Services for Logan W. Crews, 96 of Temple and formerly of Lindale, were held on Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015 in First Presbyterian Church in Temple with graveside services later that day in Bethesda Cemetery in Lindale, under the direction of Dr. More...