November 29, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Donations sought to help send care packages to troops

and the student body were presented with a framed collection of pictures, and a thank you note from the Marines. More...

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Columns

“Liquid dynamite’s” fallout always memorable experience

Life & Times by Rusty Mitchum • Outdoors, Texas Style

Hi, I’m Janet. You know, Rusty’s better half. He’s out of town, so I’m going to take over his column this week. More...

Obituaries

Jerry Ashcraft Sr.

Jerry Ashcraft Sr. Funeral services for Jerry Ashcraft Sr., 68 of Red Springs, were held Saturday, Dec. 1 in the Caudle-Rutledge Funeral Home Chapel with Mr. More...

Charles Wright

Charles W. Wright Services for Charles Wayne Wright, 71, of Lindale, were held Sunday, Nov. 25 at Tyler Memorial Funeral Home with interment at Tyler Memorial Cemetery.Mr. Wright was born Dec. More...

Bessie Mae Young

Services for Bessie Mae Young, 84, of Lindale were held Tuesday, Nov. 20, in the Caudle-Rutledge Funeral Home Chapel with C.W. Flewellen officiating. Private interment followed with services under the direction of Caudle- Rutledge. More...

Police Report

Police Report

11-16-12 Officer Stevens was out in the 700 block of South Main Street checking on a suspicious person at approximately 1:05 A.M. Contact was made with the person and the officer stated that everything was OK. More...

As attrition rates drop, LISD sees need to do more

A recent study released by the Intercultural Development Research Association showed a decrease in attrition rates for Smith County school districts – dropping 10 percent in the past 10 years – but Lindale ISD Superintendent Stan Surratt More...

Lindale youngsters show dedication to U.S. soldiers

This is a story about a dedicated group of Lindale residents and how they are making sure the true spirit of giving isn’t forgotten when it comes to our troops overseas aren’t forgotten. More...

Holiday Cash Mob arrives Dec. 13

Officials with the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce are asking local shoppers to become a mob – especially now that the Christmas season has arrived. More...

News

Holiday season has arrived in Lindale

Officials with the city of Lindale and the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce are getting ready for the annual Christmas in Lindale celebration, featuring the lighting of the Christmas tree, the Christmas Parade and the business open houses beginning F More...

Local dancers to perform in ‘The Nutcracker’

Three Lindale dance students have earned roles in the annual Tyler Junior College production of “The Nutcracker,’’ scheduled to begin Friday, Nov. 30 and continue through Sunday, Dec. 2, officials announced. More...

Quilted Christmas Exhibit on tap

Lindale residents who have heirloom quilts and want to share them – for a few days – with the community are invited to bring them to Lindale City Hall to be displayed in the “Quilted Christmas Exhibit,’’ scheduled Dec. More...

Sports

Junior High girls win

Junior High Girls beat Nacogdoches Both “B’’ teams won while the “A’’ teams slipped as the Lindale Junior High School Lady Eagles basketball squads played Nacogdoches Monday night (Dec. More...

Lady Eagles still unbeaten, top Sulphur Springs, 61-56

Kaufman, Mabank also fall

Lindale’s Lady Eagles remain undefeated after posting three more wins during the past two weeks, with the most recent coming at the expense of the Sulphur Springs Lady Wildcats on Tuesday, Nov. 20 in the LHS gym, 61- 56. More...

Eagles fall twice in TASO classic

The Lindale Eagles boys basketball team recently competed in the Tyler Area Basketball Officials annual scholarship classic and fell twice, to Marshall on Friday, Nov. 23 and Robert E. Lee on Saturday, Nov. 24. More...