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Taking a look at MCISD Maintenance and Operations

To an old English teacher, Maintenance and Operations looks like a vague and intimidating title.  Truthfully, when I went in to chat with the eight men who comprise that department for Madisonville … 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

Business of the Month

Platinum Salon of Madisonville was honored recently by Keep Madison County Beautiful as Business of the Month. more

Yard of the Month

Mary Ann and Bobby Ray Gilbert were honored recently by Keep Madison County Beautiful for Yard of the Month at 208 Martin Luther King Jr. Street in Madisonville. more

Student wins big at FFA competition

Shannon and Joey Frederick want to congratulate their daughter Camryn L. Frederick for placing second in Senior Prepared Speaking at the 89th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis last week. more

Area Digest

Midway Volunteer Fire Department hosts “Texas State Championship” The Midway Volunteer Fire Department will be holding its 11th annual Fall Fest Barbecue Cook-off on Friday, Oct. 28 and … more

NZ school board seats up for grabs

In addition to a hotly-contested presidential-race, there are some local decisions that voters began making at the polls as early as Monday. Early voting continues through Nov. 4. Polls are open … more

Mushroom Festival a success

Shoulder-to-shoulder crowds navigated the Madisonville Square on Saturday enjoying the 15th annual Texas Mushroom Festival. “Everyone I’ve talked to has said it was the largest crowd they’d … more

Tragedy strikes local community

Tragedy struck the North Zulch ISD family for the third time in a year on Saturday as 15-year-old Brandon Mackens was killed in a vehicle accident on Texas 21 near County Road 300 in Caldwell. The … more

Residents attend annual HealthFest

Locals gathered last week in downtown Madisonville to get free flu shots, cholesterol screenings and medical information from more than 40 vendors at the annual HealthFirst HealthFest event at the … 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

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

Prosperity Bank Junior Board

Prosperity Bank, the Madisonville Banking Center, has announced the formation of a Junior Board of Directors for the 2016-2017 school year. The bank iis celebrating the 24th year of its Junior Board … more

American FFA offers opportunities for local youth

In 1917 the Smith-Hughes National Vocational Education Act was adopted. This act established funding to state governments in order to help promote vocational education for agricultural and industrial … more

Marian Anderson Park

City leaders and members of the Madison County community gathered Saturday for the dedication of Marian Anderson Park at 213 Martin Luther King Drive. The venue was developed in hopes of providing … more

Farm Bureau presents donation to fire chiefs

Pictured from left are Texas Farm Bureau agent Donna Taylor, Midway Fire Chief Edwin Faw, Madisonville Mayor Bill Parten and Madisonville Fire Chief Thom Jones. The Farm Bureau presented the local … more

North Zulch resident earns degree from WGU Texas

AUSTIN – Melissa Radde of North Zulch received her bachelor of science in nursing from WGU Texas. The university held its fifth annual commencement ceremony in Austin on Sept. 17 and celebrated the … more

NZISD students learn about careers through new class

North Zulch Athletic Director greets each of his students every day with a handshake and a smile, making sure they know they’re important. “High schoolers already have it figured out; … more

Community gathers for 'Night Out'

Hundreds gathered at Lake Madison on Oct. 4 for the city’s second annual National Night Out, celebrating unity in the community. “How good and pleasant it is when others live together in … more

Officials break ground on airport terminal

The Madison County Economic Development Corporation broke ground Friday on an exciting new project that will allow more business opportunities in the community. Plans have been in the works for … more
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