October 16, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Council considers sign ordinance at Oct. 21 meeting

An ordinance amending the city of Lindale’s existing sign ordinance will be considered during the regular meeting of the Lindale City Council Oct. 21 at city hall, offi cials said. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. More...

Pink Out Night scheduled Friday at Eagle Stadium

Frances during a check presentation ceremony before the game. T-shirts may be purchased at Lindale High School through Friday or from any Star Stepper or NHS student. More...

Special Sections

Columns

The Perryman Report

Problems hidden in good employment figures

There are now more job openings in the United States than at any point since January 2001. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 4.8 million open positions as of the end of August. More...

Life & Times

Some snippets from here and there

One of my health conscious friends asked me this morning, “Have you ever done a cleanse?” Before I could rely Janet jumped in. “Every time he eats at a Chinese restaurant.” --- More...

Obituaries

JOE F. DENTON

Memorial services with military honors for Mr. Joe F. Denton, Sr., age 74, of Red Springs Community and relative of Lindale residents were held Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014 in the Caudle-Rutledge Funeral Home chapel. Mr. Denton died Sunday, Oct. More...

CAROL KINDIG

Services for Mrs. Carol Kindig, 58, of New Harmony, were held Monday, Oct. 13 in Friendly Baptist Church in Tyler with Rev. Pat Alvey officiating. More...

PATRICK ‘LAYNE’ PUGH

Services for Patrick “Layne” Pugh, 23, of Red Springs were held Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014 at the Cross Brand Cowboy Church in Tyler with Brother Travis Wright officiating. More...

Lufkin manhandles Lindale, 63-28

On a Pink Out night at Eagle Stadium Friday, the Lufkin Panthers left Lindale fans seeing red as the visitors turned the scoreboard into a pinball machine en route to a 63-28 District 16-5A win.The Eagles are now 1-3 in district play and the Panthers More...

Weather doesn’t dampen fun at Countryfest

Considering that everyone involved in Lindale’s 30th annual Countryfest were at the mercy of Mother Nature’s whims, the event went off much smoother than it could have, said Lindale Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Shelbie Glover. More...

Car Show Saturday benefits Library

The annual Lindale Library Friends Foundation’s Crossroads Classic Car Show is scheduled to take place on Saturday, Oct. 18 in and around Picker’s Pavilion behind the library in downtown Lindale, organizers said. More...

News

CHAMBER PLAQUE PRESENTATION

Representatives of the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce recently presented a membership plaque to Right At Home, located at 600 S. Palestine St., in Athens. The phone number is 903-292-1779. More...

Taylor named Froebe Player of Week for Eagles

Junior running back Ryan Taylor rushed for 284 yards on 28 carries and scored a touchdown to help the Lindale Eagles to a 38-15 win over District 16-5A foe Jacksonville last Friday. More...

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, Lindale’s Uniquely Dry campaign – for us – has hit just the right note. More...

Sports

Photos

Lindale running back Ryan Taylor takes off on another long gain during the Eagles’ 38-15 win over Jacksonville last Friday. (Photos by Dwight Hall) More...

Lady Eagles top Jacksonville

Lindale High School’s Lady Eagle volleyball team took on the Jacksonville Maidens in Jacksonville on Friday (Oct. 10) and came away with its sixth District 16-5A victory. More...

Junior High VB Teams record Wwins McMichael Tuesday

Another team fell to the Lindale Lady Eagles Junior School volleyball teams on Tuesday (Oct. 7) as McMichael Junior High School lost four games. More...

Police Report

Police Report

Officials with the Lindale Police Department are reminding residents the storm sirens will be tested at 12 noon on Tuesday, Oct. 21. Friday October 3, 2014 More...