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Sports bar

Juan Villagrana recently opened a sports bar at his restaurant Rancho Viejo on the Madisonville Square. more

Town, school rally to help family in need

NORTH ZULCH —The North Zulch community was stunned last weekend by the tragic news that one of their own was killed in a vehicle accident on Jan. 16 – and now they’re rallying to provide … more

Celebrate the Fourth

Children got to take advantage of free face painting. more

Officials drill for disaster

Research shows that more than 100 school shootings have occurred since 2013. Gun violence, racial profiling and law enforcement response have become widely-debated political issues across the … more

NZ celebrates homecoming this weekend

North Zulch is known for its sense of community. It has that “everybody knows everybody” feel, and the residents take care of each other. This weekend, the close-knit community will celebrate … more

Restaurant expanding its horizons

For 13 years, Rancho Viejo on the Madisonville Square has been serving up Mexican cuisine. Owner Juan Villagrana recently added a sports bar to the venue, which sits on the corner of Texas 21 and … more

Splash pad

The design of the splash pad, which will be built at Lake Madison Park. more

Madison County 4H members win big

At the 2017 Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, Madison County 4H members Ashlynn Strugeon, Natalie Newton, Jillian Hardy and Emily Alvarado all brought home big wins.  At the nation’s oldest … more

Brady reviews Ways and Means

Just slightly more than a week after the U.S. presidential election, Republican Congressman Kevin Brady – who represents Madison County and chairs the powerful Ways and Means Committee – spoke … more

Holiday events scheduled

The holiday season has arrived, and that means several local businesses will have altered schedules in the coming weeks. Madisonville and North Zulch school districts will be closed for winter … more

New principal

Tawnya Nail was recently named principal of Madisonville Intermediate School. more

Catching the dream

William Fletcher passed all his classes at Madisonville High School in 2008. He met all requirements for graduation – except one. He did not pass the math portion of the Texas Assessment of … more

Drug bust

Normangee Police Department Chief Charles Herford, left, and Brad Croft, trainer and founder of Universal K9, pose with Wilson. more

Heading to the Orient

Traveling from North Zulch, Texas, to Japan isn’t something most 15-year-olds dream of. But Mackensi Green isn’t like most 15-year-olds. The North Zulch freshman partnered with an organization … more

Henson receives THRSA honor

Madisonville-based Henson Motor Co. recently made a major donation to the Texas High School and Junior High Rodeo Associations and has been named the associations’ “official dealership.” The … more

Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst

NORTH ZULCH — Last week North Zulch ISD had staff and faculty receive ALICE Training. The training is to prepare the schools in the event of an active shooter on campus. “Hopefully we don’t … more

Safe driving app launches in Madisonville

Remember that time you swerved while driving in order to check a text message or change the radio station? We’ve all done it. We all know it’s dangerous, and we know we need to stop. That’s … more

Normangee K-9 hits big bust

One of Normangee’s largest-ever drug busts occurred last month, and it can be attributed in large part to a four-legged officer. NPD Chief Charles Herford has been on the job for a little more … more

Mustangs win close home opener

After a close competition through 30 minutes of play, the Madisonville boys’ basketball team came alive with two minutes left, beating Huntington 53-50 in their home opener. “If you make … more

Community Garden

Organizer Rick Tinney prepares a seed bed at the Community Garden recently. more
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