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It'll be Christmas soon enough

Bedias Civic Club meets tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 3, at 6 p.m. It is not too soon to start planning for the Bedias Christmas Parade, Saturday, Dec. 17. Everyone is invited and encouraged to … more

Edna Burke

Edna Mae “Clark” Burke, 93, of Madisonville, passed away on Monday, July 11, 2016, in Livingston. Funeral services are scheduled for Saturday, July 16, at 2 p.m. at Day Funeral Home Chapel in … more

Musicians fare well at Regional

GROESBECK — Twenty Junior High band members competed at the Region level on Friday in Groesbeck, and all of placed in the top half in competition. There were 800 Junior High students who … more

County takes stand on railway

Should Texas Central begin construction on a high-speed rail in Madison County, it will need to do so without any help from the Commissioners’ Court. At the regular meeting Monday, … more

Three re-elected in Midway election

MIDWAY — The incumbent city leaders in Midway were re-elected on Saturday during the Midway city election. Mayor Tony Leago, who ran unopposed, was re-elected as mayor with 25 votes. Out of … more

Proclamation

Madison County Judge C.E. McDaniel and commissioners Sam Cole and Thomas Collard stand with Daughters of the American Revolution Frieda Michael, Pat Harper, Patricia Stephenson, Patsy Strawther, … more

Don't allow church to become an option

All over America people have allowed attending church services on Sunday to become an “option”. They have replaced that time of worship and renewal with worldly pleasures and they have put God on … more

Dodson signs to play in Oklahoma

Madisonville High School senior Delilah Dodson signed her intent last week to play for East Central University in Oklahoma. Pictured from left are Head Coach Ashley Segler, MCISD Superintendent Keith … more

Drug bust

Normangee Police Department Chief Charles Herford, left, and Brad Croft, trainer and founder of Universal K9, pose with Wilson. more

Bedias Civic Club meets Thursday

Our 6 p.m. Thursday Bedias Civic Club meeting will be your opportunity to step up and join the Civic Club Board. Please bring your favorite holiday treat to share and join in the fun. Call Janet … more

Bedias Food Pantry open this Saturday

Our award-winning Bedias Food Pantry is open this Saturday, Jan. 20, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please call John Anderson at (936) 581-2706 for information on how you can help with this important … more

’Round Town March 14, 2018

It’s Fair time in our county and this Thursday night is opening ceremonies. If you plan to go, it will be best to go early, that is, if you’d rather not walk a long distance. … more

Two-steppin’ and fundraisin’

“God Blessed Texas,” and especially the Madisonville area, with the perfect night for people to come together to raise funds for students in the county. Saturday was the annual Madisonville … more

Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst

NORTH ZULCH — Last week North Zulch ISD had staff and faculty receive ALICE Training. The training is to prepare the schools in the event of an active shooter on campus. “Hopefully we don’t … more

Safe driving app launches in Madisonville

Remember that time you swerved while driving in order to check a text message or change the radio station? We’ve all done it. We all know it’s dangerous, and we know we need to stop. That’s … more

Capital Highlights: Judge reaffirms reach of injunction

AUSTIN — Fort Worth-based U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor has reaffirmed his Aug. 21 injunction placing a temporary hold on federal guidelines for accommodating transgender students in the use … more

Normangee K-9 hits big bust

One of Normangee’s largest-ever drug busts occurred last month, and it can be attributed in large part to a four-legged officer. NPD Chief Charles Herford has been on the job for a little more … more

Tax reform bill takes another step

Tax reform bill takes another step The U.S. Senate took a major step forward for tax reform and the American people early Saturday morning. For the first time in 31 years, the House and the Senate … more

Winter requires home heating fire safety

Yes, we know winter is here. With only a short break of warming temperatures over the past couple of weeks, we have felt the cold. With nights dipping down in the 20s, it’s definitely necessary … more

Center to host Easter egg hunt

I hope everyone is having a great spring break. Since it is spring break there is not a whole lot going on this week, so this article will be short and sweet. The Community Center will be hosting … more
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