December 6, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

CHAMBER PHOTO CONTEST

Winning moments captured on film by photographers

Sporting events have been enjoyed by East Texans for many years and have been a favorite subject of local amateur photographers as well. More...

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Columns

Life & Times

If it’s Christmas, it’s time for a holiday favorite

Since it’s nearly Christmas, here’s a poem I was asked to rerun. ‘Twas the night before Christmas And Janet was gone. I was at home And I was alone. I pulled down the shades, I locked all the doors. More...

Perr yman Report

Testing dilemma

Some of the most dif- fiÐicult challenges the upcoming session of the Texas Legislature will face involve education. Funding is a multi-layered problem: how to get enough of it given tight budgets and how to distribute what we do have equitably. More...

Bob Bowman’s East Texas Former East Texas steamboat port is now a distant memory

History laid a heavy hand on Bevilport. But you won’t find it on many road maps or marked by highway signs. More...

Sports

Lindale girls lose, 54-49

The Lindale Lady Eagles took the lead at halftime but were unable to hang on as the Pine Tree Lady Pirates carved out a 54-49 win Tuesday night in the LHS gym.Lindale is now 6-3 on the season and Pine Tree improved to 8-1.The Lady Eagles fell behind More...

Lindale girls now No. 9 in state

Lindale’s Lady Eagles, now ranked as the No. 9 Class 4A team in the state by the Texas Girls Coaches Association, wrapped up win No. More...

Lady Eagles fall in Hoop Heaven title game, 39-35

Boys lose third place game to Spring Hill

Lindale’s Lady Eagles earned a berth in the finals of the annual Hoop Heaven basketball tournament at Lindale High School, but fell to the Pine Tree Lady Pirates, 39-35, in the championship contest on Saturday, Dec. 1. More...

Here comes Santa ...

Lindale Christmas parade enjoyed by young, old

The Rotary Club’s annual Christmas Parade was enjoyed once again by “kids from one to 92’’ this past Saturday in downtown Lindale and the patient ones were rewarded with a visit from the jolly old elf himself. More...

Two fatalities occur on same day in Lindale

Two accidents on Lindale area roadways this past week claimed the lives of two people, including one believed to have been fleeing police at a high rate of speed Thursday night (Nov. 29), officials reported. More...

News

Composting at home is easy

All you need to start your own compost pile is a dry, shady spot in your yard or on your land which is near a water source as well as tools such as pitchforks and shovels or machetes. More...

LINDALE LIBRARY NEWS

Library has several new fiction titles

We have a few new books at the library to tell you about. “Killing Kennedy” by Bill O’Reilly is on the hot list for nonfi ction. More...

Correction

In last week’s edition of the Lindale News and Times, the name of the photographer at the Kwik Kar-Chicken Express Business Expo and Car Show was inadvertently omitted. More...

Obituaries

Lillie Mae Brecheisen

Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie Mae Brecheisen, 78, of Holly Lake Ranch were held Monday Dec. 10 in the Chapel of Caudle Rutledge Funeral Home in Lindale, with her brother, Brother Charles Gilmore officiating.Burial was in the Lindale City Cemetery. More...

Lillie Mae Brecheisen

Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie Mae Brecheisen, 78, of Holly Lake Ranch were held Monday Dec. 10 in the Chapel of Caudle Rutledge Funeral Home in Lindale, with her brother, Brother Charles Gilmore officiating.Burial was in the Lindale City Cemetery. More...

Larry Williams

Services for James Larry Williams, 72, of Lindale were held Wednesday, Dec. 5 in the Caudle-Rutledge Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Byron Howard and Rev. More...