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Letter to the Editor Jan. 10, 2018

Dear editor: I am writing this letter to publicly thank the staff at CHI Madisonville St. Joseph Health Center Emergency Room. Recently, while putting metal siding on a shelter for our donkeys, … 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

’Round Town Jan. 24, 2018

This week has definitely been an example of Texas weather. Last week was ice. Then Monday, 70-degree temperature teased us that spring might be around the corner. That was short-lived. Tuesday it was … more

Traveling down Memory Lane in old newspapers

Editor's note: This is the second of two articles relating events from past issues of the Madisonville Meteor.January 1968: W.H. Scott announced that he'd sold half-interest in Scott's Drug as of … more

Madisonville powerlifting results

Madisonville student-athletes competed at the Eagle Powerlifting Invitational in Fairfield on Feb. 1 and capped off the competition with a third-place finish. They will now look ahead to their next … more

Focus now shifts to immigration issue

As the Senate begins its debate on immigration reform and the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals  this week, I will be working with President Trump to determine the best, most effective ways … more

’Round Town Feb. 21, 2018

We’ve had some good things happening in our town. First, congratulations to Ethan and Ashley Butler on the arrival of Joshua Dale. The little fella weighed in at 8 pounds 12 ounces and was … more

Six seek top county spot

In an all-Republican race, five county residents from a wide variety of backgrounds are looking to wrest the County Judge position away from the incumbent. As with all local races on the primary … more

Midway VFD holds fundraiser

The Midway Volunteer Fire Department held their 26th Annual “Po Boy” steak dinner and dance on Saturday night. more

Plans progress on highway bypass

Plans for a southern highway bypass around Madisonville linking Highway 21 to I-45 and beyond are still on the table, TxDOT engineers said last week. more

Mustangs march to Disney

The Madisonville Mighty Mustang Band will take a trip to Florida and Disney World for a week this summer after they were accepted to perform in a parade through a video application. more

North Zulch eliminated

The North Zulch Bulldogs basketball season came to an end in the Bi-District round of the playoffs last Tuesday when they traveled to Hearne for a neutral site game against the Holland Hornets. more

Primaries around the corner

Early voting ends Friday for the Tuesday General Election, and a slate of local candidates are seeking votes. more

Tax reform helps, ELD does not

This past week I enjoyed crisscrossing the Eighth Congressional District to listen to you about issues impacting your life. more

Bedias civic club meets tomorrow

The Bedias Civic Club meets Thursday, March 1, at 6 p.m., at the Bedias Civic Center. Start the New Year on the right foot and join us for a community potluck and an interesting program. All area residents are encouraged and invited to participate in all civic club activities. Call Janet Green at (936) 395-1010 for information. more

Lady Bulldogs take the court

NORTH ZULCH — The North Zulch women’s basketball season got under way this week following the conclusion of volleyball. Coach Kim Branch and the Bulldogs will look to take advantage of a … more

’Round Town

Did you know our Madisonville Fire Station has 30 good souls who have spent hours in training and then hours helping the rest of us when we have a crisis? That’s right. If I had their names and … more

Newspaper highlights top sports events in county

Editor’s note: This is the second of two stories relating several interesting football seasons for the Madisonville Mustangs. The 1966 Mustangs lost their first game the following season to … more

Signs of too much government growing

Apparently there will be even more lawsuits facing the Trump administration, because, apparently some government workers feel they should be allowed to make their own decision on their work, and not … more

Area Digest Dec. 6, 2017

Benefit to be held NORTH ZULCH — A community benefit for Jaylee Rae Hair will be held Sunday, Dec. 17, from  11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the North Zulch Fire Station. Jaylee was born Oct. … more
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