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There’s a scenic, two-acre corner of The Cannery District in downtown Lindale that is going to the dogs, and that’s a good thing. A new dog park and dog adoption center will be located in the northeast section of the retail and entertainment district, thanks to the efforts of Chad Franke, owner of The Cannery District, Greater Good.org’s Rescue Rebuild and Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation Foundation. more
Seven Lindale High School students have been named to the 2017-18 University Interscholastic League All State Journalism staff, officials announced. Seniors Adrienne Parks and Tyra Rodden, juniors Bailey Spencer, Claudia Moore and Carter Colvin and sophomores Colleen Starkey and Emma Cox were all named as recipients from Lindale, along with select students from around the state. more
Lindale ISD has implemented STOPit, a simple, fast and powerful solution to anonymously report inappropriate behaviors, deter unethical or illegal activity and bullying, district officials announced. This implementation comes after the state passed Senate Bill 179, or “David’s Law.” “David’s Law” makes it a Class A misdemeanor when someone harasses a student 18 or younger through text message, social media, websites or other electronic means. more
Friday, September 29, 2017 Officer Stevens responded to a suspicious circumstance at 2500 Block S Main St. Settled at scene. Officer Philpot, and Officer Stevens responded to an escort at 200 Block W South St. Sgt Flores responded to a public service at the police department. Questions asked and answered. Officer Philpot, and Sgt Flores responded to a motorist assist at 1700 Block S Main St. Officer Gillham, and Sgt Flores responded to a suspicious person at 200 Block Heritage Ct. Questions asked and answered. Officer Gillham, and Sgt Flores responded to an alarm at 3200 Block S Main St. False alarm. Officer Trombley responded to a public service at the police department. Questions asked and answered. Officer more
Considering how much the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce’s Countryfest celebration has grown in the past few years, it’s difficult to imagine that just a few years ago, it was bursting at the seams in the E.J. Moss Intermediate School parking lot. more
James Andrew Carter of Whitehouse has announced his candidacy for the 321st District Court of Smith County, publicity officials said. Judge Carole Clarke currently presides over the 321st District Court. more
Now is the time for Texans with Medicare to look over their health and drug coverage for 2018. For most Texans, Medicare’s annual open enrollment period runs from Oct. 15 until Dec. 7. Individuals affected by Hurricane Harvey, however, may contact Medicare at 1-800-633-4227 and request a special enrollment period lasting until Dec. 31. more
Andy Duffie, (Texas A&M class 1979) from the Aggie Century Tree Project is scheduled to be the guest speaker at the Oct. 19 meeting of the Tyler Aggie Moms Club at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 19 at Pollard United Methodist Church, 3030 New Copeland Road, officials announced. more
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