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AUSTIN — Texas now boasts its own Domestic Terrorism Task Force, established by order of the governor in the wake of the deadly Aug. 3 shooting in El Paso. more
Tommy Killough didn’t believe it at first. The Madisonville resident was outside of the recently-opened Sunny Food Mart on North May Street when cashier Naz Shamas bolted out the convenience store’s door. more
The Madisonville City Council voted Thursday night to lower the speed limit on East Trinity St. near downtown to 20 miles per hour to address safety concerns along the route. more
The First Baptist Church in Madisonville hosted the 11th annual MCISD teacher and staff luncheon last Tuesday in the Family Life Center. more
Madisonville Consolidate Independent School District (MCISD) elementary and intermediate campuses have qualified to operate the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program, which will provide free breakfast and lunch to all children and eliminate the collection of meal applications for free, reduced-price and paid student meals. more
North Zulch Independent School District (NZISD) received an accountability grade of 89, good for a ‘B’ letter grade, from the Texas Education Agency on Wednesday. more
The Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District (MCISD) received an accountability grade of 90, good for an ‘A’ letter grade, from the Texas Education Agency on Wednesday. more
Madison County Judge Tony Leago declared a local disaster Tuesday as a result of insignificant rainfall for an extended period of time, which has created hot, dry and sometimes windy conditions. more
AUSTIN — Following the Aug. 3 shooting that claimed the lives of 22 people and injured 24 others at a popular El Paso shopping venue, Gov. Greg Abbott and a group of officials met in the border city to discuss ways to address violence. more
A mistaken posting of a past agenda for the regular Madisonville City Council meeting led to a postponement until 6 p.m. Thursday evening at Madisonville City Hall. more
Madison County Commissioners moved the ball forward on next year’s property tax rate Monday at their regular meeting, even if the rate itself hasn’t moved from last year’s. more
The North Zulch Independent School District announced that district taxes will be lowered by just over seven cents this year. It is the third straight year NZISD has lowered their tax rate, totaling a decrease of over 17 cents. more
Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District (MCISD) announced that the district tax rate will be lowered by four cents this year at their monthly board meeting for August on Monday. It is the district’s lowest tax rate in 30 years. more
AUSTIN — After a gunman was arrested in the killing of 20 people and wounding 26 others at a popular shopping venue in El Paso on Aug. 3, Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick offered thoughts and prayers. more
The 14th Court of Appeal in Houston shut down an effort by Grimes County to stop Texas Central Partners LLC and its affiliates from taking surveys along the company’s planned high-speed rail route that would also cut through Madison County. more
Throw out your expectations: Not every kid is bummed about school starting in a week-and-a-half. more
Two local law enforcement officers sustained non-life threatening injuries as a result of a two-car collision on Friday night in Madisonville. more
CHI St. Joseph Health, operator of Madisonville’s Madison Hospital, completed an acquisition of College Station Medical Center, the not-for-profit company announced in a press release Wednesday. more
Texas A&M University will hold the 2019 edition of its Ranch Horse program in College Station Sunday in conjunction with the Beef Cattle Short Course. The program will include a range of topics for successful equine management. more
Agriculture is much more than a deep-rooted part of Texas culture. It is also the lifeblood of our economy. Over 240,000 farms and ranches cover our state, more than any other in the country. The economic impact of agriculture in Texas totals more than $100 billion annually and agricultural cash receipts average $20 billion. Texas also leads the nation in cattle, cotton, sheep, hay, goat and mohair production. more
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