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Madison County Commissioners Court on Thursday continued a burn ban that was issued July 20. Due to lack of rainfall, and because the Texas Forest Service has indicated that the area is … more
Recent weather conditions, combined with a temporarily limited water supply, has put the city of Madisonville in a position to ask for some help to curb water usage in the city. During a … more
The Texas Mushroom Festival, set for Oct. 13, is hoping to be the proverbial phoenix rising from the ashes. Festival Chairman Steve Carter said he has very high expectations for the festival … more
NORTH ZULCH — Superintendent Alan Andrus called for a community meeting at the monthly North Zulch ISD school board meeting on Thursday night. The community meeting will take place this upcoming … more
North Zulch ISD has been working with the Madison County Sheriff’s Department as well as Madison County Emergency Management to formulate possible logistics for a Guardian Plan to protect their students from potential unexpected dangers on campus. more
New and updated property tax information has just been compiled by the Madison County Appraisal District and is available now to assist taxpayers. This property tax information is current and covers … more
Madisonville CISD honored area veterans with a ceremony in the gymnasium on Wednesday morning. Attendees were treated to performances by high school choir students, a slideshow of veterans and a flag … more
Last month, North Zulch ISD world history and English language arts teacher Joan Osth was selected to attend a prestigious professional development institute in San Antonio sponsored by Humanities Texas. more
The Stitchin' Hens Quilting Group’s displays during the Texas Mushroom Festival do more that highlight the group’s talent — the highlight the group’s hearts as well. The local ladies … more
With a special session in the house under way as of Tuesday, representatives from across the state are gathered in Austin for a 30-day period to discuss 20 agenda items as proposed by Gov. Greg … more
Madisonville resident and Waco native Billy Van Davis, who can define his early life with over a year spent fighting for his country in Korea, watches with a skeptical eye almost exactly sixty-five years after the armistice split the country in two for good as the North returns the remains of certain soldiers who were lost behind enemy lines. more
Wounded Warrior Banquet The annual Wounded Warrior Banquet is set for 5:30 p.m. Jan. 26 at the Walker County Fairgrounds. Tickets are $50 per person and $350 for a table of eight, and can be … more
CHI St. Joseph Health Madison Hospital and the City of Madisonville hosted the 21st Annual Healthfirst Healthfest on Thursday at the Truman Kimbro Convention Center. The event featured useful … more
Madison County may take a hit in its tax rolls, and face having to refund $85,000 or more in collected taxes, after a recent court ruling by the Texas Supreme Court regarding the definition of … more
As the Lady Mustangs battled the visiting Mexia Lady Cats on Sept. 28, a sea of red shirts worn by excited young girls could be found on the home side of the gymnasium. Later, the … more
Madisonville locals can now add authentic Italian eatery to their restaurant repertoire with the opening of Luigi’s Italian Grill on East Main Street this week. more
The entries were down, but the sale dollars were up, and for all involved, the 2018 Madison County Fair goes into the books as a success. Fair Board President Karl Radde said that the fair … more
Madisonville High School senior Kara Derrick and sophomore Carissa Engle were tasked with completing a project for their Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) class and decided to … more
AUSTIN — An otherwise sleepy race in Central Texas sprang to life last week as an allegation of sexual misconduct surfaced against state Sen. Charles Schwertner, R-Georgetown — one Schwertner … more
After 20 years in charge of the Woodbine Hotel in Madisonville, Susan Warmuth and her husband Werner have sold the historic landmark to Shamshad Zaidi, but do not expect the establishment’s daily operations to change. more
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