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A memorial service for Lucia “Lucy’’ Victoria Heller, 8, of Lindale is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, May 24 at Villa Di Felicita on Texas Highway 110 with Rev. Lewis Pollard officiating. more
The first Super Readers Video Scholarship Competition, sponsored by the Lillie Russell Memorial Library, was a rousing success with 11 winners receiving prizes for their efforts. There were four categories for entrants: Elementary, Intermediate, Junior High and High School. In the Elementary division, Elizabeth Morrell won first, Zion Park won second and Kolbie Cook won third. In the Intermediate division, Tor Park was first and Aidan Blanco was second. Janae Childs won first in the Junior High division with Jacqueline Rand winning second. more
Three Lindale city council members and three Lindale ISD Board of Trustee members were sworn in this past week to their new terms to their respective boards. Mayor Jeff Daugherty, Place 2 Councilman Clyde Harper and Place 3 Councilwoman Ginger Sims recited their oaths which were given by City Secretary Michelle Phillips during the regularly scheduled city council meeting on Tuesday, May 15 in city hall. more
Sunday, May 6, 2018 Officer Leevey, and Officer Gordon responded to a public service at the police department. Questions asked and answered. Officer Leevey, and Officer Gordon responded to an alarm at 2100 Block S Main St. False alarm. Officer Gordon responded to an alarm at 17900 Block Cr 4112. False alarm. Officer Leevey responded to an agency assist at Simmons Lane. Responding agency took over scene. Officer Leevey, Officer Gordon, and Officer Chambers responded to an escort at 200 Block W South St. more
Tyler Junior College has awarded associate degrees to 100 nursing program graduates in its May 2018 class, including seven from Lindale and one from Hideaway, school officials announced. Lindale traditional RN program graduates are: Kinsey Arnold, Brittany Brinlee, Michael Davis and Nathan Gray. Shelley Martines of Hideaway is also a traditional RN program graduate. more
ARKADELPHIA, Ark. -- Ouachita Baptist University celebrated 336 graduates during its 131st spring commencement on Saturday, May 12, including one from Lindale, school officials announced. Karley Telfer earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in graphic design. more
In the constant battle for college students to avoid rising student loan debt, a sudden offer of a grant or scholarship can appear too good to be true. Not so fast. It could be bait for a scam, with promises of money, but after “fees” are paid up-front, the money often never materializes. more
Eight new officers were sworn in during the monthly meeting of the Lindale Garden Club on Monday, May 7 at the First United Methodist Church, club reporter Carol Slaton announced. more
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