November 22, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Christmas Helpers have bags available; volunteers needed

Officials with the Lindale Christmas Helpers say bags for donations are available for anyone wishing to help with the annual charity drive to collect toys, food and clothing for needy families in the Lindale area. More...

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Life & Times

Talking turkey, or how Momma Dodd answered a prayer

I don’t know about y’all, but I’m ready for some turkey. Man oh man, turkey, dressin’, giblet gravy, cranberry sauce, sweet potato casserole, and chocolate pie, yummm, yum. I can’t wait. More...

Perryman Report

Housing market shows signs of life

Although the economy has been in a recovery phase for a while now, the national housing market is only recently showing signs of new life. More...

Sports

Lindale dominates 16-4A all district team

When she looks back on the 2012 volleyball season for her Lindale High School Lady Eagles, head coach Meaghan Koonce won’t dwell on the season-ending loss at the bi-district round. More...

Lady Eagles teams sweep Jacksonville

JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL

Lindale’s Lady Eagles 7th and 8th grade basketball teams defeated their counterparts from Jacksonville Tuesday night (Nov. 13) in Lindale. More...

Police Report

Police Report Nov. 9-16

11-9-12 Officer Stevens was out in the 1300 block of South Main Street checking on a suspicious vehicle at approximately 1:15 A.M. More...

TEA study shows Lindale ISD is superior

Officials with the Lindale ISD have always felt their district is “superior,’’ and now they have some figures from the state to prove their point. More...

Top 3 ‘events’ entries chosen

With 130 entries to judge, Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce officials have selected the best of the best from area photographers for the LACC’s fifth annual photography contest. More...

Holiday season arrives in Lindale

Now that the weather has turned a bit chilly and turkeys have been either bought or consumed, the holiday season is officially under way in Lindale. More...

Sales tax receipt numbers increase again for Lindale

State Comptroller Susan Combs’ office has released its monthly list of sales tax revenue for cities and counties across Texas and once again Lindale was on the plus side of the ledger. More...

News

CHAMBER PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS

During the October Fest Parade, Michaela Blanchard found these two colorful Shriner’s clowns to win third place in the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce photo contest. More...

Library’s holiday craft bazaar proves to be popular event

Vendors, shoppers and kids all enjoyed the Lindale Library’s Holiday Craft Bazaar held last weekend at First United Methodist Church. The 6th graders from E. J. More...

CHAMBER RIBBON CUTTING

The Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for the TCBY store, located at 318 S. Main Street in Lindale. It is owned and operated by Casey, Gary and Susan Camp. More...

Obituaries

Betty Jean Matthews

Graveside services for Betty Jean Matthews, 79 of Lindale, were held Sunday, Nov. 18 in the Red Springs Cemetery with Brother Nick Kerry officiating. Interment was under the direction of Caudle- Rutledge Funeral Directors of Lindale. More...

Drucilla Hall

Services for Drucilla “Dru” Hall, 67, of Texarkana, Ark., and formerly of Lindale, were held Thursday, Nov. 15 at the Downtown Baptist Church in Texarkana with Rev. Dennis Gibbons and Rev. Jason York officiating. More...