January 29, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Mayor stresses unity in annual address

Saying a unified city will continue to grow and prosper, Lindale Mayor Robert Nelson made this the focal point of his annual State of the City address Thursday night (Jan. 22) in the Lindale ISD Performing Arts Center. More...

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Columns

Drop in oil prices not likely to fall to 1980s-90s levels

Perryman Report

What a difference a few months makes. Just six months ago, oil prices were trending above $100 per barrel. Only a couple of months ago, they were around $80. As I am writing, they are below $50. More...

Diggin’ up an old home remedy for warts

Life & Times

I saw a kid the other day and I noticed he had a big wart on his knuckle. Boy did that bring back memories. Back when I was young, it seemed like we all had warts. Well, at least the boys. More...

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Nearly every day, I am reminded of the need for greater understanding, clarity, and transparency of the workings of local government. More...

More questions, answers concerning Lindale Library

Now that it appears the Lindale Library will remain a viable operation due to the monetary contribution of local businessman Rusty Braziel, residents may still have questions concerning the city’s role in supporting the Library. More...

LCT begins new season

A new season for Lindale Community Theater, featuring four new productions, is scheduled to get under way Friday, Jan. 30 with the comedy “The Kitchen Witches’’ at the theater, located at 109 W. More...

News

Lindale UIL teams stand tall once again

In recent University Interscholastic League competition, Lindale High School students once again showcased the skills that have kept the district atop of regional academic standings. The LHS Academic UIL team competed Saturday, Jan. More...

Composting makes good sense

There are so many ways to compost that there is really no excuse for gardeners not to create their own compost. One must find the method that works best for their needs. How you plan to use the finished product is also a factor to consider. More...

GARDEN CLUB SUPPLIES DESSERT

As one of its projects during the year, the Lindale Garden Club provides desserts for the participants at the annual Lindale High School Speech and Debate Tournament, which took place this past weekend. More...

Obituaries

ANGELIA TALLEY

Funeral services for Ms. Angelia Talley, 50, Winona and relative of Lindale residents, were held Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015 at Mount Olive Baptist Church in Winona with the Rev. M.L. Collins officiating. More...