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Madisonville Summer Camps Round Up

Madisonville High School will conduct a “Mini Cheer Camp” on June 5-8, from 2- 4 p.m., for ages 4 through fifth grade at the new high school gymnasium. The cost is $40 and registration forms are … more

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Pentagon 911 Responder Luncheon The Huntsville Christian Women's Connection invites everyone to a Thursday, Jan. 19, “Pentagon 911 Responder” luncheon at Elkins Lake Clubhouse, 632 Cherry … more

County notifications change

Madison County is now working with Everbridge, a leader in unified critical communications, to keep residents, staff and emergency personnel safe and informed with emergency notifications and public … more

Restoring our community gardens

“It takes a village to raise a child” is an old African proverb that rings true to most everyone who knows children, although, most of us have never visited Africa and don’t truly understand … more

Association looks to add technology

Previous discussions about work at the Madisonville Cemetery has led the association to new avenues for finding unmarked graves. Association members Clark Osborne, Dawn Knight, as well as members … more

American Legion opens community market

Last weekend, the American Legion Post 84 opened their “Community Market” on the Legion grounds, located at 800 N. May (Highway 75 N.), in Madisonville. The market, which will be open on … more

Local youth shine in Fort Worth

FORT WORTH - Amanda May, a 4-H member from North Zulch, captured Division IV Reserve Champion in Junior Limousin Beef Heifer Show at the 2018 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo on Jan. 22. The 2018 … more

Brady visits Madisonville with a mission

Kevin Brady, U.S. Congressman and the House Ways and Means Committee Chairman visited Madisonville on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 to lay out his plan for a better way to tax reform.  Congressman … more

County welcomes new DMV office

Madison County residents no longer have to travel out of town to renew a driver’s license or take a driving exam. A long-awaited Department of Motor Vehicles opened Monday in the Courthouse Annex … more

A new face to greet churchgoers

Rev. Cindy Clark takes the helm at Holy Innocents Episcopal Church, 600 N. McIver, starting this Sunday, May 7. A resident of Madisonville since 2006, Clark served as a principal in the local … more

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New Year’s Eve Service A community New Year’s Eve service will be held at 6 p.m. Dec. 31 at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church featuring Pastor Edward Collins with guests Zion Jubilees and … more

Student wins big at FFA competition

Shannon and Joey Frederick want to congratulate their daughter Camryn L. Frederick for placing second in Senior Prepared Speaking at the 89th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis last week. more

County may be sued for payment

While the Madison County Commissioners’ Court approved a payment to a contractor on Tuesday, the contractor may have to sue the county to collect. At its regular meeting Tuesday, the county … more

Area residents team up to help hurricane victims

A Harvey survivor summed it up best: “God bless you for doing this. We’ve lost everything, and this will help us.” Area residents have been helping in any way they can — from taking boats … more

77th Annual Steak Dinner and Dance

Madisonville’s Sidewalk Cattlemen’s Association put on an exciting evening last Saturday night, with their 77th Annual Steak Dinner and Dance to raise scholarship money for area youth.  After … more

Schools getting facelifts

About $8.4 million worth of upgrades are underway in the Madisonville school district but will take at least two years to complete. The school board last week authorized the issuance, sale and … more

Eagle Scout candidate completes project

Four generations of Garrett Underwood’s family gathered together on Saturday, April 29, 2017 to celebrate the completion of Garrett’s Eagle Scout project in Lake Madison Park; a GaGa Ball Pit. … more

Chamber prepares for annual banquet featuring legendary Coach Carter

The Madison County Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations from members for this year’s Man and Woman of the Year, to be announced at the annual banquet on Friday, Feb. 3. The Mardi … more

Yard of the Month

Mary Ann and Bobby Ray Gilbert were honored recently by Keep Madison County Beautiful for Yard of the Month at 208 Martin Luther King Jr. Street in Madisonville. more

MCISD officials voice concerns

MCISD officials expressed further concerns with mandatory state testing for public schools as legislators prepare to release the newest edition of an A-F system presented to all of the district’s students in the third grade or higher. more
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