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The Madisonville FFA Speaking Team competed in a competition over Zoom May 20 along with the district and area competitions, earning multiple top finishes and boasting six State Qualifiers. more
James O'Neal will be returning to Angelina College for the coming year. more
The Texas Parks and Wildlife (TPWD) Commission adopted a number of changes to the freshwater fishing regulations for the 2020-21 season at a virtual meeting held May 21. The Commission also approved hunting regulations for the upcoming season. more
Madisonville High School senior Corbin Turner was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from Capital Farm Credit’s Madisonville Branch Office for his work in agriculture. more
With peak boating season just around the corner, Texas Parks and Wildlife ( is reminding coastal boaters they are likely to spot iconic birds on the coast such as brown pelicans, roseate spoonbills, black skimmers and reddish egrets nesting in colonies, or rookeries. These rookeries can consist of thousands of birds and a multitude of other species on smaller island in Texas bays or barrier islands. more
The golf season showed Wes Nolen how challenging it is to duplicate success. more
Five Madisonville baseball and softball seniors were named to their respective All-District teams for the 2020 season, which was shortened due to the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Matt Kirschner, North Zulch Athletic Director and head men’s basketball coach from 2018-20, will leave the district and accept the head men’s job at Leon High School. Kirschner’s position will be filled by Clay Todd, former coach at Normangee. more
Madisonville High School senior Kody Nye will continue his baseball career at McPherson College next year, the McPherson baseball program announced via Twitter Thursday. more
The first ever virtual National Football League draft kicked off in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic Thursday and covered seven rounds through Saturday afternoon, going off without any noticeable mistakes from a technical standpoint as the league’s newest members and team personnel watched and worked from their homes. more
The NCAA Division I Council removed a barrier to its consideration of a blanket waiver of Football Bowl Subdivision membership requirements during a meeting Friday, an NCAA press release stated. more
Logan Young has had a rewarding four years of college golf and the Normangee High School graduate may not be done yet. more
Madisonville High School golfer Brylen Mills officially committed to continue his athletic career at the collegiate level at Tyler Junior College, MHS golf coach Russell Smith announced via email last week. more
The Madisonville men’s soccer team saw multiple players earn district honors for their performance this season, which was cut short prior to the playoffs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Texas Parks and Wildlife (TPWD) reminded the public to avoid touching wild animals in their backyards, neighborhoods or surrounding areas as their presence grows even more prevalent during the quarantine. more
Multiple members of the Madisonville Lady Mustangs soccer team earned All-District honors for their performances during the 2019-20 season, which was cut short prior to the playoffs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The NBA and WNBA began an eight-player HORSE tournament Sunday with the high-profile contestants competing remotely from gyms at their homes. more
Even though the baseball season was shortened, it was a rewarding experience for Madisonville High School graduate Jake Risinger. more
14-year-old Madison County 4-H member Hayden Hurst finished first in the state in Texas A&M AgriLife Extension’s Virtual Bass Fishing Tournament during March. more
The Madison County Fair Association released all projects back to their exhibitors last week after further postponing their auctions due to COVID-19, but still hope to hold them in some facet. more
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