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Gun show attendance down

Just under 600 people took advantage of their Second Amendment rights to participate in the annual Lions Club Gun Show this weekend. Organizer Bunkin Bennett said there were 68 tables with 24 … more

Capital Farm Credit

Members of the Madison County Chamber of Commerce gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony Oct. 18 at Capital Farm Credit, 335 North May St.  more

Restaurant focuses on homemade fare

They’ve only been open for about five months, but SunRise Breakfast and Lunch on Texas 21 already has regular customers. The kitchen, housed in a convenience store, is open Monday through Friday … more

Perusing results

Precinct 1 County Commissioner Ricky Driskell pores over early election results on March 1 at the Kimbro Center. Driskell won the Republican nomination for his position, and faces no opposition in … more

Arrests lead to rescue

A routine patrol of Lake Madison by Madison County Game Warden Chris Lasiter on Monday evening turned into a drug arrest and a water rescue. Lasiter said that around 6 p.m. he and Brazos County … more

MIS to receive new leadership

She’s used to being known as the football coach’s wife, but Tawnya Nail can hold her own. The new Madisonville Intermediate School principal is no stranger to education, athletics and … more

New doctor

Dr. Audrey Ormberg recently began work in family practice at Huntsville Memorial Hospital’s local clinic on Texas 21. more

City looks at financing options

The Madisonville City Council directed City Manager Camilla Viator to pursue a different option to help fund several projects for the city’s Water Department. At the council’s regular meeting … more

MCISD slams accountability rating system

Madisonville CISD board members reviewed state accountability ratings on Monday and noted that the system is flawed and does not accurately gauge the local education level – a sentiment expressed … more

Celebrate the Fourth

Fireworks light up Old Glory. more

Goats, lambs on show

Participants in the Madison County Fair gathered Monday to weigh in their goats and lambs. North Zulch ISD is on spring break this week, so many of the students gathered at the fairgrounds … more

Danny Singletary

City Manager Danny Singletary will retire at the end of the year. more

Mushroom Fest set for Saturday

In just a few days, residents from across the state will converge on the Madisonville square for food, wine tasting, entertainment, arts and crafts, an art contest, auto show and shiitake 5K … more

Fun Fridays

Musician James Debose entertains his young audience with the saxophone at Friday Fun Day, held at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office on School Street. more

Nebraska bound

Dornell Crist, left, and Savannah Boyd recently attended the International Thespian Society National Festival in Lincoln, Neb. more

Village pulls together

A North Zulch ISD employee and her teenage daughters received an outpouring of support on Saturday when residents gathered for a community garage sale to raise money for the family that lost their … more

County hears lawsuit presentation

In light of what has been deemed by President Trump as a national emergency, the Madison County Commissioner’s Court was asked to consider joining with 20 other counties in a lawsuit against … more

Midway to get boost in economy with new store

MIDWAY — The hamlet of Midway will get a much-welcomed shot in the economic arm with the addition of a new retail store. On Tuesday, city officials and representatives of Family Dollar broke … more

Ag issues team tackles water supply

A group of Madisonville teenagers spends their afternoons researching national water issues and debating their merits. The students – enrolled in MHS ag science teacher Lynita Foster’s popular … more

New principal

Chad Moorhead took over July 1 as principal of Madisonville Junior High. more
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