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God loves you more than you know

I wanted to share this story with you this week, I hope you enjoy it and understand just how much God loves you. From her bedroom window, Rebecca eyed the children playing in the snow enviously. … more

Capital Update

Ready or not, the start of a new school year is officially here. I want to thank all of our school faculty members and administrators who have been working feverishly to prepare for our students' … more

Senate action really no surprise

By a show of rolled eyes, how many of you out there reading this are surprised in the least that the Senate, in all of its infinite majesty and wisdom, failed to pass a repeal of the Affordable Care … more

'Round Town

Congratulations to two of our outstanding Madisonville Citizens, Dawn Knight and Chief Herbert Gilbert for winning the Madison County Chamber of Commerce Man and Woman of the Year Award. Also doing … more

Donate to less fortunate during holidays

As we go through the holiday season and with the 85th Legislative Session just over a month away, I'm reminded of how much I cherish the time with my family and friends. Over the course of this … more

Changing how we talk about trees

FORT WORTH - Texas A&M Forest Service Urban and Community Forestry Program Coordinator Paul Johnson has discovered that it is not enough for communities to sustainably manage and care for the urban … more

Bedias food pantry open on Saturday

We are very sorry to share that our planned Christian movie night for last Sunday evening, Aug. 14, was canceled, due our theatre facility not being available to us. Our program will resume on … more

Bedias Women’s Club meets tomorrow

Tomorrow, Thursday, Aug. 25, the Bedias Women’s Club meets at the Bedias Civic Center, at 2 p.m. All area women are invited and encouraged to attend and to participate in all women’s club … more

Capital Highlights: Trump victory turns eyes to possible cabinet nominees

AUSTIN — Republican Donald J. Trump, on his way to winning the presidential election on Nov. 8, won the vote in Texas with 4,651,955 votes, or 52.39 percent of the 8,878,152 votes cast.  Some … more

What have you done for Jesus lately?

In this busy life we are all too often busy running from one function to another.  We chase kids to baseball games, football games, band concerts, fair shows and many other activities.  While there … more

Texas House makes interim changes

Rising temperatures and back-to-school shopping can only mean one thing: August has arrived! In Austin, the pace continues to pick up at the Capitol as fellow House members and State Senators take … more

College football kicks off soon

College football season is just about the most exciting time in Texas. I freely admit to being a fair-weather Texas A&M football fan. I likely went to more games when I was in high school than … more

Power rankings

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, gather ’round as we attempt to put order into the chaotic world of Thanksgiving foods. With a day known almost as much for football as it is for turkey … more

'Round Town

While November is best known for Thanksgiving it has some other titles behind its name as well. For example, did you know November is National Novel Writing Month? Now if writing a novel is not on … more

Media badly misses the mark on coverage

Here’s a small representation of the headlines that were on different “new” sites on the Internet last week: Book pushes to spread benefits of pot legalization nationwide Lawrence: Trump … more

'Round Town

It’s coming. Daylight Saving Time rolls away Sunday, Nov. 6 at 2 a.m. turning  back the clock to the original time. Daylight Saving Time always ends the first Sunday in November when clocks are … more

Museum Musings: Keeping memories alive

This is a continuation of folks’ memories of learning drive.  It also keeps alive the names and memories of those who have gone before us. I hope it brings you some smiles.  Trent Curtis. I … more

Capital Highlights: Officials urge court not to expand ruling

AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton recently filed a friend-of-the-court brief with the Texas Supreme Court over issues they say were not addressed … more

Bench legislation alive and well

While the country continues being in the throes of figuring itself out, and all the foofaraw about President Trump and his manic march to Armageddon (darn those tax cuts), we pause to return to an … more

Bedias Women’s Club Veteran’s Day Dinner this Friday

The annual Bedias Women’s Club Veteran’s Day Dinner is Friday, Nov. 11, at 6 p.m., at the Bedias Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. All Bedias area veterans and a guest are invited and encouraged to … more
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