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The best laid plans. You’ve probably heard that saying. I had them last week. The 18th century Scottish poet Robert Burns penned the famous line, “The best-laid plans of mice and … more
With spring comes lots of new plants, flowers, budding trees and bees. Yes, the bees are out. It’s the best time of year for bees and they are all out collecting nectar and pollen to bring back … more
Another year has passed and once again we rejoice: He is risen; He is risen indeed. I can say without hesitation that I could not perform my duties as a husband, father, or your State Representative … more
Thank you to everyone who joined us last Saturday, March 31, at the Bedias Civic Center, for our old-fashioned Community Easter Egg Hunt. Please visit our Facebook page, … more
With the help of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, our economy is finally starting to fire on all cylinders. The Department of Labor indicated that in the first two months of 2018, the economy added … more
Warmer weather and longer days are approaching finally. It’s about time to come out of our winter cocoons and focus on long-neglected projects, like spring cleaning, home repairs and yard work. … more
Here’s some info you might like to know. Last week we shared about the loss of Mr. Jerry Hudson. Memorials may be made to Ten Mile Cemetery Association, P.O. Box 216, … more
Please support our local candidates Lauren Wheaton and Sophia Willis for Grimes County Fair Queen and Junior Princess. You can show your support by buying fair passes for $15 before May 31st and $20 … more
Editor’s note: This is the second of two columns relating memories of past One-Act plays and their successes, now on display at the Madison County Museum. Allan Jaster: “By the end of the OAP … more
Please join us, Saturday, March 31, at the Bedias Civic Center for an old-fashioned Community Easter Egg Hunt. The fun starts at 1 p.m. for all area children 8 years and younger. Call Gwen … more
With the help of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, our economy is finally starting to fire on all cylinders. The Department of Labor indicated that in the first two months of 2018, the economy added … more
When most of us witness a crime being committed, we call 911 and report it. But, sometimes we may not see a crime happening, but we know about it. One way for us to report information on a … more
I wake up and I am instantly reminded I am not as spry as I used to be. Turn on news or read the paper you see pain, scroll through Facebook you see pain. Some pain is due to age while other … more
I hope that everyone has a wonderful Easter. Join the Iola Domino Club. It will be every Thursday at the Iola community center from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. This will be a potluck event. Donations … more
Editor’s note: This is the first of two columns relating memories of past One-Act plays and their successes, now on display at the Madison County Museum. For the month of April at the museum … more
Nobody in their right mind would wish suffering on themselves. I can’t remember a time in my life where I woke up and said, “God, I sure wish you would make things hard on me today”; … more
This should make you Madisonville-proud: Home-grown lady Jill Vaughan, the daughter of LaMerle and the late Datus Sharp, is the first female honoree who will be inducted into the Texas Bankers … more
The Madisonville Care Center held an appreciation luncheon last Wednesday for the area’s pastors and first responders. more
We have a lot of good folks in our county, some of which attend First Baptist Church. Debby Boyett mentioned on Facebook she her parent’s home needing a backyard ramp before long. Gene … more
The Bedias Women’s Club meets tomorrow, Thursday, March 22, at the Bedias Civic Center, at 2 p.m. All Bedias area residents are welcome and encouraged to attend Women’s Club … more
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