May 28, 2015 RSS feed / News

SCMG dates for conference set

Officials with the Smith County Master Gardeners have announced dates for the group’s annual home tour as well as a one-day conference featuring three speakers covering four topics. More...

TXDOT ROUNDUP

With the constant rainfall around the area, Texas Department of Transportation road crews will be busy in East Texas this week. Here are some of the locations where work will be performed: SMITH COUNTY More...

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Located at 3302 Old Jacksonville Road in Tyler, Real Edge Real Estate in Tyler was recently presented with a membership plaque by representatives of the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce. More...

LISD Alumni Association accepting nominations

Nominations are being accepted for the 2015 Distinguished Alumni and Distinguished Service Awards by the Lindale ISD Alumni Association, spokesperson Lauren Loyless said. More...

California angler snags Bass Classic title

In a scene looking more like a ghost town than a festive event, the 2015 Texas Toyota Bass Classic crowned a new king. Brent Ehrler, Redlands, Calif., passed Jason Christie on the last day to take the overall lead and victory. More...

LISD SUPPORTS VAN

Youngsters in the Lindale ISD were quick to show their support to those affected in neighboring Van because of the recent storms. More...

TJC Science Center offers ‘Tornado Alley’

Audiences can learn about the power of one of nature’s most destructive forces in “Tornado Alley,” the newest show offered in the digital, 40-foot domed theater in the Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior C More...

County officials say cleanup big success

More than 208 tons of solid waste and bulk items were collected from Smith County residents at the Greenwood Farms Landfill this year during the annual County-Wide Clean Up, said county information officer Casey Murphy. More...

Patrons flock to Library, but funds still needed

In May 2015, Lindale’s Lillie Russell Memorial Library saw more than 5,000 visitors checking out more than 8,000 books, movies and audio books. With this kind of patronage, it’s safe to say the Library is well-loved and well-used. More...