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Lady Mustangs head to playoffs

The Lady Mustangs are headed to the playoffs on Thursday after massive wins over Mexia and Palestine last week. The team is now 22-7-1. Seniors Kayley Smith, Jewel Smith, Sha’Terian Lewis and … more

Lady Mustangs even up record

The Madisonville women’s basketball team improved to 4-4 overall on the young season with a 55-36 road win over Bryan last Tuesday. The Mustangs canceled their scheduled matchup on Friday … more

Judges now ordering president around

In a move that should probably come as no surprise to anyone, a federal judge — in California, go figure — has decided that the President of the United States cannot perform his duties. At … more

Mushroom Festival reverses course

The Texas Mushroom Festival is back on again. After cancelling the event March 6 because organizers found a lack of participation of volunteers, the executive board voted Tuesday to rescind that … more

Mushroom festival sprouts again

The annual Texas Mushroom Festival, 16 years strong in Madisonville, will kick off Oct. 14 at the Courthouse Square. Festival Chairman Laura Lawrenz said this year boasts some changes that will … more

Bedias Food Pantry open Saturday

The award-winning Bedias Food Pantry will be open this Saturday, Aug. 19, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., on the Bedias UMC Campus. Please call John Anderson at (936) 581-2706 to learn how you can help with this … more

MHS 1970 graduate passes away

A friend to many of us, Russell White, recently went to be with our Lord.   At the time of his demise, he lived between Bryan and Hearne, but he grew up in Madisonville.  He was a 1970 graduate of … more

Local merchants offer holiday deals

While representatives from national retailer Target bragged that they sold 3,200 televisions a minute during the first four hours that doors were open on “Black Friday,” the day after … more

Standing up for a soldier

Members of the Madisonville American Legion take care of their own. The group sold plates of fried catfish on Saturday for $8 each so they could contribute toward the medical expenses of … more

Esperanza Badillo

Funeral services for Esperanza Martinez Badillo, 82, of Madisonville, will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, April 28, 2016, at the Madisonville Funeral Home in Madisonville, Texas. The Revs. Charleton … more

Cowboys stay alive

The Cowboys began week 13 with a crucial home matchup with Washington on Thursday night football. In the do-or-die contest, Dallas found an offensive rhythm for the first time in nearly a month and … more

Bulldogs 2-0 on the week

The North Zulch Lady Bulldogs basketball team had an exciting week with victories over Iola High School and Burton High School, both division rivals. “In the Last three games, the girls … more

Mustangs answer the call

Madisonville went on a run of 34 unanswered points to run away from Shepherd in blowout fashion tonight. The critical victory gives the Mustangs a 1-0 start to their district season as they improve … more

’Round town

Every week our county is fortunate to have received a little recognition, thanks to the outstanding youth in our communities. This week is no different. Congratulations to Zach Poe and the … more

'Stangs strong

So often we get caught up in the glitz and glamour of professional sports that we overlook special sports stories that are happening right before our very eyes, and by us, I’m referring to … more

North Zulch Bulldogs open season with loss

The North Zulch boys’ basketball team opened the season on Friday with a 52-46 loss to the Eustace Bulldogs. North Zulch managed to keep the game within reach heading into halftime down only one … more

Prayer vigil

Pastors Ed Collins (from left), Dustin Gist and Wade Phillips lead the town in prayer at a vigil for the Dallas police officers slain last week. more


County Judge C.E. McDaniel Jr. hands a proclamation to Justin Lopez of Brazos Valley Sexual Assault Resource Center naming April as Sexual Assault and Prevenion Monthl. With the two are county … more

Up and down tourney for North Zulch

The Bulldog’s basketball team had a tough loss to end their bid at the North Zulch Holiday Classic to the Alpha Omega Academy Lions from Huntsville 58-38 on Saturday. The boys fought hard … more

Bulldogs start District hot

The North Zulch Bulldogs boys basketball team started district play with a bang and took down the Burton Panthers on the road by 10 points on Friday. The Panthers were able to keep up with … more
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