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Madisonville track teams finish with pair of bronze medals

AUSTIN -- The Madisonville Mustang track teams traveled to Austin to take on the UIL State Track and Field meet in Class 4A at Mike A. Myers Stadium over the weekend. Madisonville came away with two … more

Farm Service Agency extends voting deadline

The deadline to submit ballots for the USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) 2016 County Committee Elections has been extended to ensure farmers and ranchers have sufficient time to vote. Eligible voters … more

Tragedy strikes local community

Tragedy struck the North Zulch ISD family for the third time in a year on Saturday as 15-year-old Brandon Mackens was killed in a vehicle accident on Texas 21 near County Road 300 in Caldwell. The … more

Gold Star recipients announced

Madison County 4-H recently awarded the Gold Star award to Casey Corley and McKiever Easterling.  The Gold Star is the highest achievement award given within the 4-H program, and can only be … more

MCISD seizes highest fiscal accountability

Madisonville CISD received a rating of “Super Achievement” under the state’s new Schools FIRST financial accountability system. The rating is the highest possible in Texas and demonstrates … more

Focusing on the future

Now that volunteers have been picked and committee chairs put in place, it’s time for the Texas Mushroom Festival to play catch-up. Festival President Steve Carter said he was encouraged by the … more

Eagle Scout candidate begins project at Madison Park

Boy Scout Troop 191 continues to develop good citizens by producing yet another young man on his trek to becoming an Eagle Scout. Ben Tedder made progress on completing his Eagle Scout project on … more

NZISD students learn about careers through new class

North Zulch Athletic Director greets each of his students every day with a handshake and a smile, making sure they know they’re important. “High schoolers already have it figured out; … more

Rain leaves areas both soaked, on fire

Wednesday’s storm left pastures and roads covered in water, and even was responsible for several fires due to lightning strikes. As of last Friday, there were barricades on Strawther, Clark, … more

Perseverance and awareness: Stacy's story

Stacy Fowler’s life changed forever this year when she learned that she had developed Tourette Syndrome, but she has turned adversity into opportunity as she prepares for a day dedicated to her condition’s awareness on Thursday. more

CHI St. Joseph expands services

Cardiac Rehabilitation services, provided by CHI St. Joseph Health system, are now open and accepting physician-referred cardiac patients in Madisonville, on an appointment only basis at the Madison … more

Area Digest

Annual gala to honor Rep. Kevin Brady for tax reform work Washington, DC - The Tax Foundation is pleased to announce Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) as one of the recipients of its 2016 Distinguished … more

Langley lands in Madisonville

Centerville native Dr. Judd Langley is back in the area he calls home and ready to apply the knowledge he has learned in a diverse dental career to his new patients in Madisonville. more

Same headline, new day

Arrowhead Films of Austin, Texas, was seen around town this week filming footage for a new documentary on Human Trafficking, based on the May 1, 2013, Madisonville Meteor headline story … more

Calendar

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

Wind ensemble headed to state

Madisonville’s Junior High Wind Ensemble recently entered the Outstanding Performer Series (OPS) and advanced to the state level of competition. “This is a very high honor for our students and … more

Urban, rural officials differ on high-speed project

HOUSTON — Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner announced in August that the city signed a “memorandum of understanding” with Texas Central Partners regarding the high-speed rail project. “As I … more

Flags laid to rest

The ceremony to dispose of unserviceable flags has been an integral part of the American Legion ritual since September of 1937.  The Boy Scout Handbook states: “A national flag that is worn beyond … more

Hats of to Madisonville Grads 2017

A new class of Madisonville High School Graduates walked the stage in the Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, on Thursday, May 25, 2017. “The ceremony was … more

MHS Homecoming Court chosen

Members of the 2016 Madisonville High School Homecoming Court are, from left, king candidate Jose’ Vera, queen candidate Tyana Brown, queen candidate Audra Crocker, queen candidate Lexi Leveston, … more
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