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Vintage Finds on the Madisonville Square

There’s a little something for everyone at Vintage Finds, located on the west side of the square in downtown Madisonville.  Whether it’s a taste of something new, like the olive oil made … more

Lake View Baptist hosts musical

Jarrod Bryd, member of the Lake View Baptist Brotherhood reflected on the meaning behind the 15th Annual Black History Month Musical, which took place at Lake View Church on Saturday. “The … more

MCISD bands hold Spring Fling

Over 300 students in the Madisonville band program from the junior high to the high school level came together on Thursday for the 2018 edition of their Spring Blast concert in the main gym. more

K-9 assists with marijuana seizure

What started as a routine stop on Friday, Feb. 3 for DPS Trooper Steve Brockman developed into an arrest and seizure of 35 pounds of marijuana and a 9mm handgun, according to police record. The … more

Mustangs lose on senior night

The Madisonville Mustangs lost to the Bellville Brahmas 63-14 Friday night. The Mustangs said goodbye to seven seniors as they played their final home game. They didn’t want to say goodbye to … more

Daily recess returns to Intermediate

MCISD officials confirmed this week that the 2018-19 school year will include either daily recess or daily physical education at the Madisonville Intermediate campus after an online movement was created by Elementary and Intermediate parent Brooke Willis earlier this year. more

Area Digest Jan. 10, 2018

Recycling offered On Saturday, Jan. 27, the City of Madisonville will host Electronic Recycling from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at City Hall. This is a chance to discard old electronics such as cell … more

Local WWII Veteran honored with valor

Local World War Two Veteran Burke Landry of Madisonville will be featured in this week’s edition of Valor Magazine, which highlights the impact veterans make in the line of duty as well as the home front following their service. more

A life of service

The adage goes it’s not what you gather, but what you scatter, and Rita Slaughter-Davis scattered her time, her resources, her love, her talent and her energy in Madison County for 77 … more

Homecoming royalty crowned

Mario Zavala and Chloe Olvera were named Madisonville High School’s 2018 Homecoming King and Queen in a special moment before the football game at Mustang Stadium on Friday night. more

Father, son win seats on NZISD board

A North Zulch father and son were elected to the district’s school board last week, ousting incumbents. Michael Crocker won Position 6 with 248 votes (37 percent), narrowly beating out incumbent … more

City denies zoning change

Despite Crystal Ennis’ impassioned plea for her daughter, and a closed session to consult with an attorney, Madisonville City Council members denied a zone change that would allow manufactured … more

Kaboom!

The Third Annual Hometown Fourth of July Celebration will start at 4 p.m. at Lake Madison Park, and offers a full day of activities as well as more than one reason to look up to the … more

MCISD welcomes new staff

The Madisonville CISD school board welcomed all of the district’s new teachers to their monthly board meeting for September on Monday night. more

County discusses income

It took the Madison County Commissioners’ Court only 18 minutes to get through reports of millions in income on Monday. The first meeting of the new year dealt mostly with reports from various … more

Election goes to second heat

After months of campaigns, Madison County voters will see another election May 22 as results of the mostly GOP primary election Tuesday forced runoffs in four of five contested local races.In all, … more

MCISD maintains low tax rate

After passing a proposed tax restructure with a tax ratification election (TRE) at the end of August, MCISD will be able to generate more revenue by moving 14 cents from the Maintenance and Operations (M&O) tax to the Interest and Sinking (I&S) side. more

All-Tech Plumbing

Members of the Madison County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Nov. 16 at All-Tech Plumbing on May Street.  more

Firefighters’ 2018 busy so far

The first week of the new year was exceptionally busy for the Madisonville Fire Department, as volunteers battle numerous blazes, even on New Year’s Day. A fire broke out at 1009 State St. at … more

Brookshire Brothers bid farewell to Rick Earp

For four decades, Madisonville shoppers have been able to see Rick Earp at their local Brookshire Brothers. Earp is now calling it a career and roamed the aisles for the final time on Sunday. “I … more
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