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Rep hopes to unseat Cruz

Lifelong Texan, fourth-generation El Paso resident and small business owner Beto O’Rourke stopped in Madison County last week, the 189th county of his 254-county trek across Texas, campaigning for … more

City receives water quality report

The city of Madisonville received their 2017 consumer confidence report for their public water system and received no violations by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) in any of the listed categories therein. more

Magical run continues

Friday’s win over Taylor proved to be the most exhilarating moment along an already magical season, in which the Madisonville Lady Mustangs have broken records with sheer regularity. And with one … more

Rail study to be discussed publicly

HOUSTON — With the release of the Federal Railroad Administration’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement on Texas Central Partner’s high-speed rail project, residents and agencies are pouring … more

NZ FCCLA wins big in Atlanta

North Zulch ISD students traveled to the FCCLA Leadership Conference at the end of June in Atlanta to represent Texas and won gold medals for their National Programs in Action presentations. more

Band qualifies for area competition

The Mustang varsity band competed at Region UIL Marching competition at Midway High School in Waco on Oct. 22. The group received a First Division rating, qualifying them for Area … more

Clerk clarifies phone number discrepancy

Madison County District Clerk Rhonda Savage issued the following statement last week: “I would like to apologize for the telephone system in the District Clerk’s Office. The county installed a … more

Fundraiser

Bobby Garrett visits with Burke Landry at an American Legion fundraiser on Saturday. The Legion gathered to raise funds for Garrett’s recent emergency appendectomy. more

Area Digest May 9, 2018

Roundup scheduled The Pre-K Round Up at North Zulch Elementary School is scheduled for 3:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 10, at the school. Parents and guardians registering students should bring … more

Sports bar

Juan Villagrana recently opened a sports bar at his restaurant Rancho Viejo on the Madisonville Square. more

Band shines at state contest

Both the varsity and JV bands for Madisonville High School traveled to Groesbeck for the UIL Concert and Sight Reading contest on March 1 and showcased memorable performances. more

Texas Central, Amtrak reach agreement

DALLAS — Developers of Texas’ high-speed train have forged an agreement with Amtrak, allowing passengers to use Amtrak’s reservation system to buy tickets for through travel on both the Texas … more

MCISD to hold TRE

The MCISD school board voted to hold a Tax Ratification Election (TRE) at their monthly meeting on Monday in an effort to restructure M&O and I&S taxes without actually raising the rates themselves. more

Construction planned for OSR

Construction will start in the summer on OSR which will lead to the road to be closed to through traffic at different times. The project will go out to bid in June, and crews will start turning … more

Fourth of July

Not even the rain could hamper Madisonville’s Independence Day spirit at the Third Annual Hometown Fourth of July Celebration at Lake Madison Park last Wednesday. more

NZ celebrates homecoming this weekend

North Zulch is known for its sense of community. It has that “everybody knows everybody” feel, and the residents take care of each other. This weekend, the close-knit community will celebrate … more

Restaurant expanding its horizons

For 13 years, Rancho Viejo on the Madisonville Square has been serving up Mexican cuisine. Owner Juan Villagrana recently added a sports bar to the venue, which sits on the corner of Texas 21 and … more

Precinct 2 JP to be decided in runoff

Justice of the Peace candidates Mitchell Dill and Steven Cole will face each other in the May 22 runoff election. The two were the top vote-getters in the February Republican primary out of six … more

Madison County 4H members win big

At the 2017 Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, Madison County 4H members Ashlynn Strugeon, Natalie Newton, Jillian Hardy and Emily Alvarado all brought home big wins.  At the nation’s oldest … more

Brady reviews Ways and Means

Just slightly more than a week after the U.S. presidential election, Republican Congressman Kevin Brady – who represents Madison County and chairs the powerful Ways and Means Committee – spoke … more
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