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Judge position heads for May runoff

Since neither candidate managed to garner 50.1 percent of the vote in the February primary election, a runoff will be required for several county races. On the local level, only Republicans had … more

MCISD bands hold Spring Fling

Over 300 students in the Madisonville band program from the junior high to the high school level came together on Thursday for the 2018 edition of their Spring Blast concert in the main gym. more

MPD looks into shooting death

The Madisonville Police Department is investigating the gunshot death of a Normangee man. Police Chief Herbert Gilbert said that right now the shooting is being treated as accidental. According … more

Pope returns to NZISD

Longtime educator and curriculum director Janie Pope is ready to see her career come full circle with her appointment as the new Elementary principal at North Zulch ISD. more

FFA wins big at Area

A total of 14 Madisonville FFA Judging teams concluded the Area round of competition last week and received group and individual distinctions for their efforts. more

Area Digest April 25, 2018

Fundraiser scheduled The North Zulch Volunteer Fire Department is once again offering barbecue plates as part of its annual fundraiser. On Mother’s Day Weekend, Saturday, May 12, there will … more

County to seek engineering funds

Madison County Commissioners’ Court voted to seek fund for engineering services at it regular Monday meeting. Mary Kay Thomas of GrantWorks said there are funds available for 2016 weather … more

Speaker cautions against hazards of distracted driving

NORTH ZULCH — Choices have consequences, and Tyson Dever, himself the victim of a poor choice on the part of a driver, asked the students of North Zulch High School to make choices to be a positive … more

MSCA preps for 78th dinner

Madisonville’s long-standing association for cattlemen will hold its 78th annual Steak Dinner and Dance May 5 at the MSCA Pavilion. Each year, the Madisonville Sidewalk Cattlemen's Association … more

Association takes on challenges of fixing cemetery ills

In four years, the reformed Madisonville Cemetery Association has inched toward its goal of improving the look of the cemetery. In the last few weeks, the cemetery has begun a new fencing project, … more

City holds second annual bike ride

Bikers and local business gathered in the square on Saturday for the second annual Tour de’ Madisonville Bicycle Ride and Festival Fundraiser. more

NZISD hires new principal

North Zulch ISD announced the hiring of Janie Pope as the new principal for the elementary school on Thursday during their monthly board meeting. more

Area Digest April 18, 2018

Fundraiser scheduled The North Zulch Volunteer Fire Department is once again offering barbecue plates as part of its annual fundraiser. On Mother’s Day Weekend, Saturday, May 12, there will … more

Madisonville’s marathon man

A 26-mile stretch in Boston may seem like a world away from east Texas, but Madisonville roots helped shaped one of the most thrilling finishes in the famous Marathon’s history 40 years ago. … more

MCISD honors FFA

MCISD honored the Madisonville FFA teams that won championships or competed at the national level in 2017 at their monthly board meeting for April on Monday night. more

Madisonville airport garners award

The Texas Department of Transportation has awarded the Madisonville Municipal Airport the 2018 Most Improved Airport award. “New city leadership has resulted in many improvements for this … more

Area Digest April 11, 2018

Bicycle tour scheduled The second annual Tour de Madisonville Bicycle Ride and Festival will be held beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, April 14, with a variety of routes for beginners to … more

City hopes to improve well service

The City of Madisonville will need to limp along on water for a short time, as one well has been shut down and a replacement will need to be drilled. At the regular City Council meeting on Monday, … more

County OKs waiver of penalties

The Madison County Commissioners’ Court approved a bit of leniency for the Madisonville Cemetery Association by waiving $571.56 in penalties and interest on a delinquent tax bill. The … more

Hensons celebrate anniversary of business, service to the area

To claim an area makes up family requires deep roots, and the Hensons, who are celebrating 25 years in the car business this year, there are roots stretching back to the 19th century. That … more
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