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Lions Club hosts gun show

The Madisonville Noon Lions Club hosted its sixth annual Gun and Hunting Show on August 20-21 at the Truman Kimbro Center on the square in downtown Madisonville.  More than 600 people attended … 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

MCISD keeps tax rate

The Madisonville school board unanimously approved its budget and tax rate during a special meeting Monday evening. No one spoke during the public hearing, at which the board set the maintenance … more

Mustangs win!

It’s been a while since the Mustang football team got to celebrate a victory, but they did so Friday night, pulling out an 11-8 win over Diboll. It was the first Mustang win for Athletic … more

Local youths learn leadership at FFA camp

Members of the Madisonville FFA Chapter spent three days honing leadership skills and networking with state leaders at the Area IX Leadership Camp this summer. Six students completed the final … more

Lions Club Gun Show

Buyers and sellers gathered on Saturday and Sunday at the Truman Kimbro Center for the Madisonville Noon Lion’s Club gun show.  more

Madison County Commissioners Court Recap

The Commissioners Court met Monday in the Madison County Annex. Several “items of note” from the meeting are: Danny Singletary has been active in assisting Veterans. It was noted by Judge C.E. … 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

Back to School: Administrators pleased with first day

Principals at the campuses throughout Madison County said the first day of school was a success. “It was the best in years,” said Superintendent Keith Smith. “We were teaching on day one. … more

Federal authorities arrest 7 in Madisonville for distributing meth

Federal, state and local authorities on Aug. 18 arrested seven Madisonville residents charged in connection with a methamphetamine trafficking operation, according to U.S. Attorney Richard L. Durbin … more

North Zulch residents remember Hannah Wiese

The first day of school should have been a happy – or at least an exciting – occasion for students in North Zulch, but instead it was marked by tears and mourning for a fellow classmate, who was … more

Brady addresses tax reform

U.S. Congressman Kevin Brady, R-Texas, spoke Thursday at the weekly Madisonville Lions Club luncheon at the Woodbine Hotel and Restaurant. His theme was a “Better Way Tax Blueprint,” which was … more

Locals study farming practices in foreign lands

Madison County’s Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service representatives, Agent Chadd Caperton and Program Assistant Leslie Lazenby, were among more than two dozen local residents who recently visited … more

Army worms invade after summer rains

The recent showers have brought out an increase in the army worm population. This seemingly small insect can do big damage to crops and hay fields overnight when conditions are right. The army worm … more

New industrial park possible

The Madison County Industrial Park is now full and offering numerous employment opportunities, prompting the local Economic Development Corporation to seek more land to add a second business … more

Lady Mustangs top Buffalo

The Lady Mustangs are 1-2 following a win over Buffalo on Thursday. Head Coach Melissa Padgett is back for her second season and has the team stacked with seniors Camryn Frederick, Quincey Surface, … more

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

Business of the Month

Angela Culbreth and Noella Smith of Walker’s Café were honored by Keep Madison County Beautiful for having the Business of the Month.  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

Yard of the Month

Mike and Linda Cousins were honored by Keep Madison County Beautiful for having the Yard of the Month.  more
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