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4-H Camp

Pictured from left are Hannah Cole, Chadd Caperton, Leslie Lazenby, Brandi Wiseman and Shaylee Turner at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office’s 4-H Camp, held this summer in Madisonville.  more

Early voting ends Friday in runoff

Early voting began Monday for the four races in Madison County that require runoffs. County Elections Administrator Earl Parker set the lone early voting precinct, which ends Friday, at the … more

Rufus Refuge ribbon-cutting ceremony

Members of the Madison County Chamber of Commerce gathered Tuesday for a ribbon-cutting ceremony of Rufus Refuge, an organization that rescues stray animals and provides for their vaccinations and … more

One killed in 5-car collision

One person was killed and two people injured in one of two five-car collisions on 1-45 Monday afternoon. Trooper Jimmy Morgan, public information officer for the Texas Department of Public Safety, … more

NZ gathers for Homecoming

North Zulch alumni came back to their old stompin’ ground over the weekend to celebrate the school’s 55th annual Homecoming. The classes of 1966, 1991 and 2006 were honored in a celebration … more

Madisonville High School hires new principal

Madisonville Junior High Principal Heath Brown is taking a leap and will soon be movin’ on up to helm the high school. He replaces Shaye Murphy, who announced last month that he is returning to … more

Early voting numbers up

Early voting continues through Friday in Madison County as one of the largest voter turnouts in local history is anticipated. Elections Administrator Earl Parker said Monday morning that about … more

Board honors students

Madisonville CISD honored several students Monday night for earning statewide honors in band, FCCLA, choir and athletics. Superintendent Keith Smith pointed out that the district now has 89 … more

County contacts FRA

The Madison County Commissioner’s Court carried a motion during their Monday meeting to send a letter to the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) regarding the proposed high speed … more


Coat Drive American Legion Post 84 is holding a “Coats for Kids” drive. Please help the kids in our community by donating gently used or new coats for school-aged kids, 5 to 18. Drop-off boxes … more

Top shelf

Madisonville Care Center Administrator Justin Batson hangs a shelf in a resident’s room on Monday. The shelves were constructed by Coach Randy Walker’s Madisonville Junior High shop students. more

Local elections approaching

On May 6, 2017, elections will be held to fill three open positions on the Madisonville City Council and a seat representing Precinct 3 on the Madisonville Consolidated ISD Board of … more

NZ FFA member wins at invitational

Eliza Lazenby of North Zulch wins creed speaking at the TSU Invitational last week. more

One arrested in connection with fire

An early-morning fire at a home on Texas Street in Madisonville is under investigation by the Madisonville Police Department and state fire marshal’s office. Madisonville Volunteer Fire … more

Year in review

As with every year, 2017 had its ups and downs, happiness and heartache. By far, the biggest news of 2017 was the hurricanes that slammed into the coasts, particularly Harvey, which caused so much … more

November Students of the Month

Pictured in back from left are Ronaldo Chacon and Caitlin Torres. In front are Jose Juarez Ruiz, Allyson Mejia Garcia, Eduardo Zavala and Yanira Saucedo-Torres. Not pictured are De’Leon Scott and … more

Area Digest

North Zulch to continue offering free lunch program   North Zulch ISD administrators announced they will continue the district’s policy to operate the Community Eligibility Program (CEP) … more

Annual MSCA steak dinner to kick off

The 75th Annual Madisonville Sidewalk Cattleman’s Association Steak Dinner was the high-water mark for attendance, and organizers hope to top that at this year’s dinner. Wes Hammit, president … more

McDonald's closing ahead of remodel

The Madisonville McDonald’s will close its doors to customers on March 31st at 9pm to begin demolition and remodel of its entire facility. Owner Steve McKinney has been stalling this rebuild for … more

Laid to rest, at last

More than 100 people gathered as U.S. Army Sgt. Billy Joe Williams was laid to rest last week at the Rock Prairie Cemetery — but not one of the attendees had ever met him. American flags lined … more
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