Atlanta Downtown Merchants Association works to bring more events, activities and adventure to Atlanta’s Downtown area by implementing a Third Thursday Throwdown for kids.

When visitors drive into Atlanta for the first time they are presented with a huge billboard on Hwy 59 that has normally said One City Under God Atlanta… until recently.

Twelve-year-old Khia Steger from Atlanta Middle School decided when she was nine that she wanted to write and help others through her life experiences.

The Fairview Reunion was a jam-packed weekend of food, fun, and fellowship.

The Linden Lions Club held their regularly scheduled meeting at noon, on Thursday, June 27, at County Seat Restaurant.

Arriving at the Pate family cabin is truly a breathtaking moment. With a rustic cabin, sprawling pond, and geese gathering as if to say hello to all who enter, a warm invitation was extended.

Columns & Opinions

Linden is having a great summer!  The temps are up but so is the Linden Pride.

Atlanta, Texas is a great place to live and raise a family, a gre

It is a blessing that I am getting to know a few people here in Linden.

Fall, the time of year that sparks the primal instincts of both men and women all over America.

It’s not a secret that I, like many others, struggle with issues of anxiety and depression.

Stranger Danger.
Chances are, you’ve been hearing that phrase since you first traded that baby bottle in for a sippy cup.


Atlanta’s coaching staff will host another free Summer Youth Football Camp from 9 a.m.

Daimion Collins is near entering his junior year at Atlanta High School and the talented basketball player has been garnering attention from several colleges.

Mar. 23, the Atlanta powerlifting team was represented well at the State Powerlifting Meet in Abilene.

Mar. 25, the Linden-Kildare junior high girls’ track team competed at the Hornet Relays.

Seventh Grade

Feb. 1, the Linden-Kildare varsity boys were in action against East Texas Christian School in Longview. 

Atlanta’s powerlifting team competed in its first meet of the year Jan. 12, at the Sulphur Springs Invitational.


For 10 years, touching lives and saving souls one city at a time all across America has been the goal for Time to Revive ministry, “Project 52.”

Inspired by her granddaughter and a calling from God, LaShay Abney, of Atlanta wrote a book, “Amber Ann, Overcoming Evil with Good.”

Learning geology in a classroom and laboratory is key to understanding and teaching Earth systems, but experiencing geology first-hand in the field to one local teacher, Nathan Upchurch, it was a w

Since its inception in 2015, the Community Theatre of East Texas had had actors and actresses from around the area, including Atlanta, Avinger, Tyler, Jefferson, Pittsburg, Hughes springs, Daingerf

There is much to see and discover at Atlanta State Park during the day, but from 9 to 10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 7, the park will explore “nature’s night shift” while on a Night Hike. 


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