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Texans in favor of all 7 constitutional amendments

All seven constitutional amendments on the statewide ballot were approved by Texas voters, according to results released Tuesday evening by the Texas Secretary of State’s office. With roughly 99 … more

Watch UR BAC Madisonville

Last week’s fun Friday session featured two critical safety demonstrations that many children don’t have the luxury of experiencing until later in life. Watch UR BAC and the Brazos Valley … more

Nominees named for Man, Woman of the Year

A new woman and man of the year will be named Feb. 3 at the Madison County Chamber of Commerce banquet. City Manager Camilla Viator and Veterans Services Officer Danny Singletary will relinquish … more

Scouts look to Madisonville

An interest meeting for prospective Girl Scouts was held on Wednesday evening at Madisonville Elementary School. The parents had an opportunity to hear from troop leaders as well as the Member … more

Broncos win preseason opener

The Madison County Broncos had their first preseason game on Saturday against the San Antonio Gators and many members of the Madisonville community had the privilege of being there. The Broncos … more

County extends disaster declaration

Even though Madison County was not a part of the governor’s recent disaster declaration, the County Commissioner’s Court on Friday extended the county disaster declaration for an additional 30 … more

Prosperity names Junior Board

Prosperity Bank in Madisonville has announced the Junior Board of Directors for the 2017-18 school year. This is the bank’s 25th year of the Junior Board program, which consists of 15 high … more

Construction

Construction is underway at Madisonville High School as part of an $8.4 million bond issue approved in 2015. more

Ashby files TRS, school finance bills

AUSTIN — State Rep. Trent Ashby (R-Lufkin) filed two bills for consideration on the first day of the recently convened special legislative session. The first, House Bill 193, would appropriate … more

MCISD Class of 2016 hits the stage

HUNTSVILLE — There was no shortage of excitement in the room as Madisonville High School seniors performed popular dance moves across the stage during Saturday’s commencement ceremony at Sam … more

M’ville family extraordinary

It might have been just a regular Friday afternoon: a family gathering for food and fellowship, planning to attend a basketball game and spend the weekend celebrating the birthday of their matriarch, … more

Madisonville teen earns Eagle Scout designation

Cade Colwell recently opted to study local veterans for his Eagle Scout project. The young man said his project was a national oral history program to video record stories and experiences of … more

Celebrating the year

FFA President Jewel Smith served as master of ceremonies during last week’s FFA banquet.  more

KMB holds annual event

Keep Madison County Beautiful held its annual spring show on Saturday at the Truman Kimbro Center. Guests in attendance had the opportunity to watch various demonstrations, win door prizes, and … more

City moving forward with audit for ‘smart’ water meter

The Madisonville City Council gave the green light to Performance Services for an investment grade audit on potential savings by moving to an electronic system for reading water meters that would … more

Judge announces candidacy

Hal Ridley has a special fondness for Madison County, saying it was the county that put him over the top in his first attempt at becoming a district judge. He hopes to repeat that magic next year, … more

MHS grad ready to start new journey

Quincey Surface is used to being at the top of her class and a star on the volleyball court, but now she’s taken on a new creative venture. The recent Madisonville High School graduate wasted no … more

North Zulch joins fight against rating system

Trustees with the North Zulch school board joined hundreds of others last week in signing a resolution in opposition to the state accountability rating system. North Zulch officials said they … more

Possible identity theft probed

The Madisonville Police Department is investigating the use of credit card skimmer devices that were found in at least two locations in the city. Police Chief Herbert Gilbert said the devices were … more

Schools move forward on upgrades

The Madisonville Consolidated ISD School Board on Monday approved a $17 million contract with Collier Construction for campus upgrades. According to documents provided by Mike Collier, company … more
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