August 28, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Eagles ready to meet Chapel Hill Friday

The scrimmages and the summer practice days are now in the past for the Lindale High School Eagles as the 2014 football season kicks off Friday night at home against the Chapel Hill Bulldogs. More...

Calvary Commission conference begins today

The annual Breakthrough Prayer and Missions Conference at Calvary Commission is scheduled to begin Thursday, Aug. 28 and continue through Sept. 1, officials announced. More...

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Columns

Life &Times

Rowdy kids, know-it-all parents, and the Booger Man

I have been noticin’ here lately that young parents are havin’ a little more difficulty makin’ their kids mind. Now, I’m not talkin’ about big kids. Heck, when they get to a certain age, you’re goin’ to have trouble with all of them. More...

Perryman Report

Economic benefits of the oil industry

The resurgence of the oil industry over the past few years has been dramatic. As I’ve mentioned in previous columns, production levels have reached totals not seen since the late 1980s and continue to increase. More...

Sports

Lady Eagles 6-2 after loss to North Lamar

Lindale High School’s Lady Eagles posted their sixth win of the season against just one defeat on Tuesday (Aug. 19) in the high school gym by beating All Saints. More...

Eagles trip Chapel Hill, 21-17

Aaron Jackson ran for 124 yards on 25 carries and a touchdown, while quarterback Kam Neely completed 14 passes out of 28 attempts for 210 yards and a touchdown to help the Lindale Eagles secure a 21-17 opening night win over Chapel Hill Friday night More...

Court verifies signatures, alcohol vote set for ballot

The question of whether beer and wine will be sold in Smith County Precinct 5 – which includes Lindale and Hideaway – will now be in the hands of voters after the Smith County Commissioners Court accepted the verified signatures and place More...

E.J. Moss’ Crews named Texas Teacher of Year finalist

E.J. More...

News

Yard of the Month

The yard belonging to Travis and Kelly Page of 609 Abbey Road in Lindale has been selected as Yard of the Month for August by the Lindale Garden Club. More...

Hebert’s announces Longview closing

Hebert’s Specialty Meats, which has a store in Lindale, is reorganizing its retail structure and will close its storefront location in Longview, company offi- cials announced. More...

PREWITTS CELEBRATE 50TH ANNIVERSARY

Carroll and Tina Prewitt of Lindale recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a reception attended by more than 130 family members and friends. The Prewitts were married on Aug. More...

Obituaries

CASEY BUNT

Services for Casey Harlan Bunt, 46, of Hideaway were held Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014 in the Caudle- Rutledge Funeral Home Chapel in Lindale with Rev. Mike Calhoun, Rev. Kenneth Meadows and Brother Ray Lewis officiating. More...

GLORIA MARGARET GREENE

Funeral services for Gloria Margaret Greene, 77, of Tyler and relative of a Lindale resident, were held Saturday, Aug. 23 at Tyler Memorial Funeral Home with Brother Bill Bivens officiating. Burial was in Tyler Memorial Cemetery. More...

BETTY J. MILES

Funeral services for Mrs. Betty J. Miles, 73 of Lindale are scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday Aug. 27, 2014 in the Caudle-Rutledge Funeral Home Chapel in Lindale. More...