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During the holiday season, consumers should be aware of unwanted critters that may find their ways into homes by clinging to freshly cut Christmas trees, said Texas A&M University Entomologist David Ragsdale. “It should be no surprise that when a living plant is brought into the house it has hitchhikers,” Ragsdale said. more
Tickets are on sale to the public for the upcoming Petty’s Steak & Catfish Presents Act VII, A Christmas Spectacular and can be purchased at the Lindale ISD Administration Building, publicity spokesperson Courtney Sanguinetti said. more
The 2017 Thanksgiving weekend saw one million more Americans than last year out shopping… and the holiday spending is just beginning. The National Retail Federation expects this year’s holiday retail sales to top last year’s by up to 4 percent and could reach $682 billion. more
Friday, December 1, 2017 Officer Philpot responded to an accident at 3200 Block S Main St. Report taken. Officer Stevens, Officer Wedgeworth, Officer Fortunas, Officer Philpot, Officer Gillham, and Sgt Flores responded to a theft at 100 Block E Centennial Blvd. Report taken. Officer Stevens, and Chief Somes responded to an accident at 500 Block S Main St. Officer Philpot, and Officer Stevens responded to a welfare concern at 3500 Block S Main St. Subject was okay. Officer Stevens responded to an accident at 100 Block E Centennial Blvd. Report taken. Officer more
Three Lindale residents were recently honored by Austin Bank during the company’s 2017 Service Award Luncheon held at Willow Brook Country Club in Tyler, publicity officials announced. Lindale recipients included Kelly Kizer, Courtney Watts and Melissa Danaher. more
Thanks to the efforts of Lindale’s Jan Duncan, merchants in downtown Lindale have been awarded for their efforts to brighten their businesses for the Christmas season. Down South Clothier, owned by Michael and Catherine Simms, won first place, Precision Car Wash, owned by Jerreth and Ben Pate won second and third place went to Audrey Turner and Camron Turner of Main Street Market. more
Even though it wasn’t cold enough for coats, gloves and scarves, young and old still turned out in droves to enjoy a winter tradition this past Saturday (Dec. 2) as the annual Lindale Christmas Celebration took place. Youngsters were thrilled by an appearance from the Jolly Old Elf himself, Santa Claus, riding a horse in the annual Lindale Rotary Club Parade. The parade, which featured several decorated and lighted floats, entertained a large contingent lining Highway 69. more
Smith County officials have confirmed Dabrett Black of Lindale, charged with capital murder in the shooting of a DPS trooper on Thanksgiving Day, served just one year in jail for assaulting a county deputy in 2015 after reaching a plea agreement with the county district attorney’s office. Matt Bingham, Smith County district attorney, acknowledged that Black agreed to a plea deal in the case offered by county prosecutor Jacob Putnam, which reduced the two felony charges of assault against a public servant to a misdemeanor which carried the one-year prison term. more
The unemployment rate for East Texas increased slightly during the most recent reporting period from 3.7 percent to 3.9 percent according to figures released recently from the Texas Workforce Commission. This reporting period covers October, 2017 compared to September, 2017. TWC numbers show there are an estimated 103,400 workers out of an estimated 107,000 in the civilian work force for the East Texas area. more
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