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Junior high cheerleaders earn honors at camp

Madisonville Junior High cheerleaders recently returned from cheer camp at Great Wolf Lodge in Grapevine and earned superior ratings, according to Coach Lori Hagaman. “We placed second with our … more

Legion takes on community service

American Legion post and auxiliary members on Friday helped changed the definition of family, and extended a helping hand to a Madisonville woman who lost everything in a recent fire. Delcina … more

Midway proclaims Brenda Ford Day

City of Midway Secretary, Debra Newkirk, presents Midway Councilwoman Brenda Ford the official proclamation, on behalf of the City of Midway, that February 28, 2017 was designated as “Brenda Ford … more

A&M graduate pursues acting career, now on TV show

Brandon Makovy has done a little bit of everything since his childhood in College Station, Texas, but recently got his big break by landing a spot on the Fox TV series “Pitch.” Makovy, 41, is … more

North Zulch ISD track officially completed

NORTH ZULCH – Following months of delays, the North Zulch ISD track is complete and open to the public. The $1.9 million facility was supposed to be finished by Thanksgiving but was plagued with … more

County debates pay hike

Madison County Commissioner’s Court again on Monday balked at large raises requested for clerks in both the District Attorney’s and District Clerk’s offices. Commissioner Phillip Grisham … more

Warrants issued in fatal car crash

Following the investigation of the March 18 fatal accident on E. Main St. in Madisonville, the grand jury issued a subpoena for the toxicology report on Matthew B. Driskell. The toxicology report, … more

North Zulch board discusses school safety

A small sample of North Zulch residents believe that the school district is safe but should place more emphasis on meaningful and relevant education, a consultant told the school board last … more

Madisonville resident dies in crash

BRYAN — A 45-year-old Madisonville man was killed Monday in a one-vehicle crash on Highway 21 just east of Earl Rudder Freeway. At 11:15 a.m., officers from the Bryan Police Department, as well … more

Crash hits close to home

Ben Wiggins acknowledges that it was a little unconventional that his best friend was a female. But then again it wasn’t that weird because the best friend was Sunday. She was special. “My … more

Crash claims life on Main Street

On Saturday, March 18, 2017, approximately 11:30am, a fatal auto accident occurred, killing one and injuring two others.  Thirty-four year old, Matthew B. Driskell, of Madisonville, Texas was … more

County discusses voting system

Madison County voters will have a new voting system, contingent upon federal and state certification of the HART system. The Madison County Commissioner’s Court approved purchase of the new … more

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

New construction

Construction continues at Madisonville schools on May Street. 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

Cook joins Meteor staff

Gary Cook joined The Meteor last week as publisher and advertising director. Cook comes from Ely, Nev., where he served as publisher and ad director of three weekly newspapers. He also has worked … more

Runoff election scheduled

While the March primary election essentially settled local races for county sheriff and Precinct 1 commissioner, there are several state-level races that will need to be decided in a runoff … more

Brady touts experience

Editor’s Note: This is part of a weekly series of candidate profiles leading up to the March 1 election. U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas, said that one of the key things that will steer this … more

Army worms invade after summer rains

The recent showers have brought out an increase in the army worm population. This seemingly small insect can do big damage to crops and hay fields overnight when conditions are right. The army worm … 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
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