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Food for the Soul

Pastor James Davis and his wife Gwen cooked and served free meals on Friday for the Free Pentecostal House of Prayer’s first-ever ‘Food for the Soul’ event at the church on West Main Street. … more

Year in review: 2016 top stories

The past year has brought exciting possibilities and new construction, as well as heartache and loss. The following are the top stories that The Meteor covered in 2016. North Zulch loses two … more

Madison County invests in cutting-edge voting system

When Madison County voters cast their ballots in the local elections on May 6, 2017, they’ll be using the most advanced voting system certified for elections in the U.S. The Verity® Voting … more


New Year’s Eve Service A community New Year’s Eve service will be held at 6 p.m. Dec. 31 at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church featuring Pastor Edward Collins with guests Zion Jubilees and … more

Several booked on drug charges

Several people were arrested just days before Christmas last week as the result of months of undercover work by the Madison County Sheriff’s Department. The following arrests were made with … more

Lady Mustangs win third in Orlando

The Madisonville girls’ basketball team left Texas for Orlando last week with the intent of playing in the championship game of the Disney Tournament – and after beating Baldwinsville in the … more

Locals share Christmas memories

Residents around Madison County are preparing for the holiday season, and local schools are on break from Dec. 19-30. We asked several residents what they want for Christmas and most replied that … more

Santa visit

Santa visited children on Sunday at Holy Innocents Episcopal Church in Madisonville.  more

State approves funding for Madisonville Municipal Airport

Approximately $70,000 for Madisonville Municipal Airport was approved by the Texas Transportation Commission at its December meeting. The funds will be used for planned airport improvements, which … more


Food for the Soul Free Pentecostal House of Prayer will host “Food for the Soul,” a free lunch at the fellowship hall, 716 West Main St., Madisonville, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. … more

Brady stands up for U.S. agriculture in WTO enforcement action against China

WASHINGTON, D.C. — House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) issued the following statement regarding today’s announcement that the United States is bringing a World Trade … more

NZVFD chief steps down

The North Zulch Volunteer Fire Department chief and his wife have resigned from their posts following allegations of missing money. Chief David Douglas and his wife Misti, who served as the … more


Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony A ribbon-cutting ceremony is set for noon Dec. 14 at Riverwood Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center, 600 Bacon St. Texas Water Resources Meeting The Texas Water … more

City becomes 'Winter Wonderland'

Spectators enjoyed a festive Winter Wonderland-themed parade on the Madisonville Square on Saturday night.  more

Local FFA students take home state honors

The honors keep rolling in for local FFA students, who scored high marks at the state leadership career development event at Sam Houston State University this month. Eliza Lazenby finished seventh … more

Crowds flock to Pathway of Light

Almost 2,000 people traveled from near and far over the weekend to experience the life of Christ in what has become a holiday tradition in downtown Madisonville. Pathway of Light is the … more

Residents remember Pearl Harbor

When the Daughters of the American Revolution began hosting a Pearl Harbor remembrance event on Dec. 7, 1991, there were about 75 World War II veterans present on the courthouse steps. Twenty-five … more

Holiday events scheduled; parade reset for Saturday

The much-anticipated Madison County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade was postponed from Dec. 3 to this Saturday, Dec. 10, because the forecast called for a 100 percent chance of rain and … more

City to crack down on water meter tampering

Dozens of Madisonville residents have been stealing from the city by purposely damaging their water meters so that the amount of H20 they’ve been using isn’t properly recorded. The City … more

Two men dead in Madisonville drowning

By all accounts it was an unusual occurrence, but police say no foul play is suspected at this time in the drowning deaths of two Madisonville men last week. The bodies of Reginald Dexter Carter, … more
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