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Council gives airport plan its blessing

The Madisonville City Council gave its blessing to airport improvements at a special meeting on Monday. City Manager Camilla Viator updated the council on plans to expand airport services, which … more

Town asked to help honor one of its own

MONAHANS — The Monahans Chamber of Commerce is wanting to honor a fallen Texas State Trooper, and is looking for help in raising money to commemorate the man. Officials from the chamber in … more

County allows use of building — with a catch

A request by the County Extension Office to use an old gymnasium owned by the county was approved, but not without some concern about the county’s liability for repairs and safety. The Madison … more

Yard of the Month

Mike and Linda Cousins were honored by Keep Madison County Beautiful for having the Yard of the Month.  more

Authorities arrest robbery suspect

A 26-year-old Houston woman was arrested Saturday in connection with the robbery of the Subway sandwich shop. Madisonville Police Chief Herbert Gilbert said the department was notified at about 6 … more

Alene Owens signs off from KMVL

Alene Owens, the voice of “The Downhome Gospel” radio show, on KMVL 1220AM Sunday mornings from 9:05-10am will be signing off the airwaves after hosting the show for over 20 years. Born 84 … more

Board excited about future

Madison County’s Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is ramping up to bring more businesses and high-paying jobs to the area. Matt Newton, who has been president for about a month, serves on … more

Meeting set for route plan

The Bryan District of the Texas Department of Transportation is evaluating alternatives for a proposed relief route around Madisonville. The proposed route would be on a new location and would … more

MPD adds to the force

New year, and new faces for the Madisonville Police Department. Hometown native Max Wilson is now patrolling the streets of his city, fulfilling a longtime dream of being a police … more

Schools approve budget for new fiscal year

The Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees approved a budget of just under $21 million dollars for the 2017-18 fiscal year. At a special meeting and public hearing … more

Area Digest

North Zulch to continue offering free lunch program   North Zulch ISD administrators announced they will continue the district’s policy to operate the Community Eligibility Program (CEP) … more

Turnout shows run a success

It was unclear at press time whether the first Mustangs Against Hunger 5K raised its projected $2,000, but the weather was nice and the turnout was good, according to organizer Jewel Smith. Smith, … more

Senior Living at its finest

Texas Loving Care Senior Living officially opened their doors Monday during a ribbon cutting ceremony to announce themselves to the community.  TLC Senior Living is owned and operated by the … more

Calendar

Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony A ribbon-cutting ceremony is set for noon Dec. 2 at Taco Street and Grill behind the Truman Kimbro Center.   Journey Through Bethlehem On Dec. 2 and 3, many of … more

School construction on track

The two front entrances to the Madisonville school complex are expected to open by the end of the week in anticipation of the new school year, which begins Aug. 22. Teachers returned to campus on … more

Working to win

Average is the enemy. These four words were the first of many that Madisonville’s athletic director and head football coach Rusty Nail and his staff would instill into the minds of his athletes … more

Celebrating freedom in diversity

The RF Riders of Midway and the NAACP, Madisonville chapter, co-hosted an exciting event last weekend at the Kimbro Center honoring educators of the past and present.  The event showcased … more

County residents give thanks

Residents across Madison County will gather to celebrate Thanksgiving this week, and there’s no shortage of gratitude among local residents – particularly those who get to spend time with … more

Employee honored after 44 years

The Madisonville Care Center celebrated the retirement of Sue Batson after 44 years last Tuesday. Batson worked as activities director for a time as well as activities assistant and became very … more

Board discusses dress rules

NORTH ZULCH — The Student Advisory Council, after working over the summer to update the school dress code, presented the new rules at Thursday’s school board meeting. Amanda May and Mackensi … more
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