December 24, 2012 RSS feed / News

Doctors back efforts to stop texting while driving

With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, Texas physicians worry drivers are more distracted than usual on our roadways, especially with the advent of texting. “Distracted driving is a major cause of death and disability. More...

LBJ Library offers glimpse into “familiar’’ past

AUSTIN -- The United States is fighting a messy war alongside an unreliable ally in Asia, residents are deeply divided between conservatives and liberals, a new health care law just took effect and the nation is struggling with racial and ethnic divi More...

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CHAMBER RIBBON CUTTING

Rose Capital Chapter Military Officers of Tyler recently joined the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce and was given a ribbon cutting by the LACC. More...

Troopers out in force on holidays to halt DWIs

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but one poor decision to drink and drive could bring a devastating end to holiday celebrations. More...

LINDALE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RIBBON CUTTINGS

205 South Main St.Lindale, TX 75771903-882-7181info@lindalechamber.org More...

Letter to the editor

On Saturday, Nov. 3, a friend and I decided to make a quick stop at the Lindale McDonald’s on our way home to Vicksburg, Miss. from a conference in Fort Worth. More...

Lindale TJC nursing grads earn pins

Tyler Junior College presented pins to 52 graduates, including three from Lindale, in the TJC morning vocational nursing education program during a ceremony Tuesday, Dec. 11, in Wise Auditorium. More...

Salary policy defended by cancer research group

AUSTIN — A foundation that boosts executive salaries at Texas’ troubled $3 billion cancer-fighting effort defended to critical lawmakers this past week a policy that keeps donors confidential while being lectured over appearances of pay-t More...