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The students and staff at Iola ISD would like to thank those who kindly donated school supplies for our 2018-2019 school year. We appreciate your contribution in making this another successful … more
The Bedias Women’s Club meets Thursday, Sept. 27, at 2 p.m. at the Bedias Civic Center. Our program for Sept. will feature an art demonstration. All Bedias area women are welcome and … more
I want to start this column by extending my sincere gratitude to all of the brave men and women who serve as first responders. As we recently reflected on that solemn September morning over 17 … more
We all have choices to make in life and many tines those choices shape the way our lives turn out. For many years I chased the dream of being a country singer. My band and I played all over the … more
Editor’s note: This is the second of two columns regarding the tales of Mutt Rasco. Continuing from where we left off, in the words of Mutt Rasco: “We drove the hogs up the river about 5 … more
Congratulations to the Bulldogs of the month — Junior Juarez, sixth grade, Charlotte Zimmerman, sixth grade, Paige Lemley, Pre-K, and Ryder Wubbenhorst, Pre-K. •The fighting Iola … more
The time has arrived to consider planting your winter food plot. Several options are available out there with just about every variety of mixture you can think of. When purchasing brand name … more
In July, we received great news that the American economy had grown in the second quarter by 4.1 percent. Those numbers were recently revised, and we learned that it grew at 4.2 percent. On top … more
The competition is stiff for equestrian Rheagan Bryant. The Madisonville High School graduate is a sophomore specializing in horsemanship for the Texas A&M University women's equestrian … more
The Bedias Food Pantry will be open this Saturday, Sept. 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please con-sider offering your support by donating funds or your hands to this important community … more
Often we find ourselves feeling like people are treating us badly. These feelings may come when we are passed over for a promotion, snubbed by a friend, talked about behind our backs, or even … more
Junior varsity 2, junior varsity, and varsity volleyball will host Caldwell Sept. 11 with games starting at 3 p.m. Varsity football will face off in Normangee on Sept. 11 in Normangee at 6:30 … more
The Bedias Civic Club meets Thursday, Sept. 6, at 6 p.m. at the Bedias Civic Center. All Bedias area residents are encouraged to attend and participate on all Bedias Civic Club … more
I'd like to start this column by expressing my appreciation to all of the folks who made it out to the recent TCEQ public meeting on the proposed high-speed rail project. It was truly … more
Fall school pictures will be Thursday, Aug. 30. •There will be no school Sept. 3. The first varsity football game will be this Friday, Aug. 30, against Somerville at 7 p.m. This is a … more
A year ago, Hurricane Harvey made landfall, one of the worst natural disasters in the history of the United States. Hundreds of Texas families were left homeless and without resources, and 88 … more
The Bedias Civic Club meets next Thursday, Sept. 6, at 6 p.m., at the Bedias Civic Center. All Bedias area residents are encouraged to attend and participate on all Bedias Civic Club … more
Up until almost 1960, there was a school on the north side of Highway 21, at 701 E. Main St. (where Family Dollar now stands). At a recent meeting of the Madison County Historical Commission, the … more
The Bedias Women’s Club meets Thursday, Aug. 23, at 2 p.m., at the Bedias Civic Center. The meeting will feature information on herb gardening. All Bedias area women are encouraged to … more
As some long-awaited rain poured into the rivers and lakes across our region, our students are once again pouring into the hallways and classrooms of schools across the state. With the new … more
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