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Previous discussions about work at the Madisonville Cemetery has led the association to new avenues for finding unmarked graves. Association members Clark Osborne, Dawn Knight, as well as members … more
While the Madison County Commissioners’ Court approved a payment to a contractor on Tuesday, the contractor may have to sue the county to collect. At its regular meeting Tuesday, the county … more
Tony Leago will tell you he was just as surprised as anyone to have won the Republican runoff election for the County Judge seat on May 22. However, that’s done, and Leago wants to hit the … more
Madisonville senior Shawndrick Ross has battled autism and inspired many on his journey through MCISD and will join his classmates at graduation on Friday. more
The Madisonville FFA Chapter celebrated their accomplishments throughout the 2017-18 school year with their annual banquet on Thursday and received awards for their work. more
Madison County Retired School Personnel participated in the Texas State Retired Teachers Book Project last week by contributing 337 new books to Madisonville and North Zulch Kindergarten and pre-K classes. more
NZISD announced the hiring of new athletic director Matt Kirschner at their last board meeting as well as his wife Laura Kirschner to teach kindergarten. more
The founder of the Madisonville Sidewalk Cattlemen’s Association and a former publisher of the Madisonville Meteor is the subject of a new biography by longtime East Texas journalist and writer … more
Mike Cotter and Mike Brooks have been through the fire. After all, the duo, who call themselves Top Hand Cookers, have been a fixture at the Madisonville Sidewalk Cattlemen’s Association annual … more
Tony Leago has edged out incumbent County Judge C.E. “Butch” McDaniel to become the Republican nominee for the position in the November general election. The unofficial results of Tuesday’s … more
Midway’s Ferguson Unit held their 19th annual memorial service last Wednesday for all Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) officers, as well as officers around the country, who have fallen in the line of duty. more
Durham School Services’ newest hires for Madisonville CISD were trained in a bus driving simulation on Friday to ensure that their required skills were up to par. more
Last week, Madisonville native and artist Sallie Reid completed a 14x40-foot mural at The Dwelling Place Church of a stairway to heaven. more
In proclaiming May as Mental Health Awareness Month, the county was told that it was underserved by mental health professionals, and more education was needed to battle a growing disease. Julie … more
Drilling is complete on a new well to service the city of Madisonville, so the next step is to comply with regulations and test the well. The testing may make the area around Washington Avenue and … more
Both candidates for the Precinct 4 County Commission are new to the political arena, and now face each other for a second time in three months in the May 22 runoff. Along with their newcomer … more
Madisonville’s 15 FFA judging teams concluded their four months of study and practice in April with 12 of the squads advancing to state competitions, which took place in five different locations. more
Local Madisonville Christian faith leaders gathered in front of the court house on Thursday evening with about 50 people in attendance to celebrate the 67th National Day of Prayer in the United States. more
The Madisonville Mighty Mustang Band hosted their second annual market day in the high school cafeteria and raised nearly two thousand dollars for their summer trip to Florida. more
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
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