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Fair Queen Crowned

Landi Shipper was chosen as Queen of the 2017 Madison County Fair last Saturday night during the Opening Ceremonies for the Livestock Show and Auction portion of the Fair.  Shipper is a Madisonville … more

Madison County Fair Contiues

The 37th annual Madison County Fair and Rodeo continues this week with the livestock shows and auctions.  Young exhibitors from around the area will come together to compete and show their … more

Event time changes for Madison County Relay for Life

The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Madison County is scheduled for April 22, 2017 at the Madison County Fairgrounds. The Relay For Life movement is the world’s largest fundraising … more

Normangee police chief suspended with pay

The City of Normangee finds itself embattled in scandal again, after its Police Chief, Charles Herford, was arrested and charged with one count of Felony (3rd degree) Deadly Conduct and one count of … more

Warrants issued in fatal car crash

Following the investigation of the March 18 fatal accident on E. Main St. in Madisonville, the grand jury issued a subpoena for the toxicology report on Matthew B. Driskell. The toxicology report, … more

Local elections approaching

On May 6, 2017, elections will be held to fill three open positions on the Madisonville City Council and a seat representing Precinct 3 on the Madisonville Consolidated ISD Board of … more

McDonald's closing ahead of remodel

The Madisonville McDonald’s will close its doors to customers on March 31st at 9pm to begin demolition and remodel of its entire facility. Owner Steve McKinney has been stalling this rebuild for … more

Smoke, water, helping hands at local farm

Thanks to the predictable unpredictability of Texas’ changing seasonal temperatures, Rick Tinney, owner of Sweet Pickins Blackberry Farm, found himself in a predicament in the early hours of … more

Crash claims life on Main Street

On Saturday, March 18, 2017, approximately 11:30am, a fatal auto accident occurred, killing one and injuring two others.  Thirty-four year old, Matthew B. Driskell, of Madisonville, Texas was … more

Vintage Finds on the Madisonville Square

There’s a little something for everyone at Vintage Finds, located on the west side of the square in downtown Madisonville.  Whether it’s a taste of something new, like the olive oil made … more

CPRA Rodeo results

The Madison County CPRA Rodeo was held last weekend and was filled with competition as Cowboys and Cowgirls, young and old, laid it all out in the arena for a chance to win big.  The talent and … more

Madison County Fair starts with art

The Madison County Fair kicked off its 37th year with the Photography, Art and Handcraft Show on March 11th.  The Handcraft Division is comprised of three categories: Crafts, Woodworking, and … more

Normangee Police Chief released on bond

After arraignment Thursday, Normangee Police Chief, Charles Herford, was released from the Leon County Jail after posting bail. Herford was arrested Wednesday morning after arguing with his wife, … more

Look both ways...twice

First Responders were quick to the scene of an accident at Union Rd. and Highway 90 on Sunday afternoon.  The drivers of each car walked away from the accident.  Eyewitnesses reported that first … more

Mustang Band has perfect year

For the first time ever in Madison County ISD history the mighty Mustang Band has accumulated three Sweepstakes awards in a single school year.  The program is now one of an elite club in the state … more

Alene Owens signs off from KMVL

Alene Owens, the voice of “The Downhome Gospel” radio show, on KMVL 1220AM Sunday mornings from 9:05-10am will be signing off the airwaves after hosting the show for over 20 years. Born 84 … more

North Zulch ISD presents "Shattered Dreams"

North Zulch High School halted their regular school days last Thursday and Friday to engage in a two day “Shattered Dreams” event in which students were immersed in a realistic accident … more

Midway Youth Council is doing great things

The City of Midway Youth Council donated toiletries benefitting “Phoebe’s Home” on February 28.  Phoebe's Home is a shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children.   If you or … more

Midway proclaims Brenda Ford Day

City of Midway Secretary, Debra Newkirk, presents Midway Councilwoman Brenda Ford the official proclamation, on behalf of the City of Midway, that February 28, 2017 was designated as “Brenda Ford … more

Historical piece of oil pipeline donated to Madison County Museum

Harold Gene Wells donated an historic piece of wooden pipeline said to be a part from the first pipeline ever laid in the United States to the Madison County museum last week. Although Wells now … more
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