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Smith County officials met with about 25 veterans Monday (July 9) at VFW Post 1799 on Rhones Quarter Road in Tyler to inform them of what services the Smith County Veteran Services Office provides. Lindale’s Kinzie Community Center, 912 Mount Sylvan Road, will host the third meeting Thursday, July 16 beginning at 5:30 p.m. more
Nichole Kelsey Wood, 18, of Lindale has pleaded guilty to felony assault against a public servant stemming from a November incident in which she hit a Lindale police officer while fleeing in his vehicle. In addition to the felony assault charge, Wood was charged with escape causing bodily injury. more
A “Sanderson Way Career Interest Session’’ for those seeking employment with Sanderson Farms’ planned poultry processing facilities in Lindale and East Texas, is scheduled for Wednesday, July 18 and Thursday, July 19 in Tyler, company officials announced. Wednesday’s and Thursday’s sessions will be 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. at Tyler Junior College’s West Campus at 1530 South SW Loop 323. more
Smith County Commissioners approved a consulting agreement between the county and Shawn Markmann for professional consulting services related to the operation and management of the Smith County Animal Shelter during their regular weekly meeting on Tuesday, July 10. more
The Lindale ISD Board of Trustees has been selected by the Region 7 Education Service Center as “Regional School Board of the Year’’ for 2018, LISD publicity officials announced. LISD’s board will now serve as the regional representative in this year’s Texas Association of School Administrators School Board Awards Program. The TASA will announce the five Texas Honor School Boards on Aug. 10, 2018. more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar recently revised the Certification Revenue Estimate, announcing better than expected revenue growth in fiscal 2018 and an improved economic outlook for fiscal 2019. In a recent letter to state leadership, Hegar said the state will have $110.17 billion in General Revenue-Related funds available for general purpose spending for the 2018-19 biennium, resulting in a projected fiscal 2019 ending balance of $2.67 billion, an increase from the $94 million ending balance projected in the October 2017 CRE. more
Friday, July 6, 2018 Officer Wedgeworth responded to a public service at the police department. Officer Ramsey, Officer Stevens, and Sgt Flores responded to a welfare concern at 900 Block Lynn St. Subject was okay. Officer Stevens responded to a criminal mischief at 100 Block William Dr. Unable to locate. Officer Wedgeworth responded to a public service at the police department. Questions asked and answered. Officer Wedgeworth responded to a public service at the police department. Questions asked and answered. Officer Ramsey, and Officer Stevens responded to a welfare concern at 100 Block Mallory St. Unable to locate. more
Ashlie Thompson of Lindale High School was one of 70 Texas FFA members who earned $1.4 million in scholarships from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo during the 90th Texas FFA State Convention in Fort Worth on Wednesday, July 11, publicity officials announced. Each student will receive a $20,000 scholarship from the Rodeo to apply toward a four-year undergraduate degree at a Texas college or university of their choice. more
Officials with the University of Texas at Tyler have announced that the school has been accepted into the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II membership process. more
Officials with the Texas Department of Transportation’s Tyler District have announced the appointment of engineers to head its Tyler and Mineola offices. District Engineer Glenn Green, of Tyler, took over leadership of the eight-county Tyler District in November, 2017. more
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