A tax abatement and a performance agreement with the Lindale Economic Development Corporation for Sanderson Farms was approved by Lindale City Council members Tuesday night in City Hall.
AUSTIN – During National Cervical Health Awareness Month this January, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission is encouraging women to get screened for cervical cancer. “Cervical cancer
Lindale City Council members worked through an extensive agenda Tuesday night (Jan. 4) in city hall during their first meeting of the new year, which included a lengthy discussion
Pest control, weeds, grass diseases among agenda items The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will be holding the East Region AgriLife Conference and Expo on Jan. 14 at Cross Brand
Ranchers Leasing Workshop 2022 dates announced, starts Jan. 10 Award-winning program focuses on grazing, hunting and livestock leases
After pandemic-induced, one-year hiatus, the Lindale Rotary Club’s Christmas Parade will return to officially kick off the holiday season. The parade, featuring local dignitaries, the
Last year, Jeff Hickerson faced an acute myeloid leukemia diagnosis and received chemotherapy treatments at UT Health Tyler, each round involving a week-long hospital stay. Hickerson’s
AUSTIN — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) wants to remind hunters to report their harvests during the upcoming antlerless deer season Nov. 25 — 28. Mandatory reporting is required
AUSTIN – November is known as a time to give thanks, but in Texas the month also marks the beginning of a winter tradition for anglers of all ages across the state. The Texas Parks and Wildlife
TYLER — Following the CDC’s approval of the COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, UT Health East Texas is prepared to begin administering vaccines to children starting Friday.