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Association looks to add technology

Previous discussions about work at the Madisonville Cemetery has led the association to new avenues for finding unmarked graves. Association members Clark Osborne, Dawn Knight, as well as members … more

Hope is something Christians cling to

Hope in Jesus Christ is what makes us keep going down the road of life. Hope of knowing that we are only passing through this world causes us to dream of an eternal future. Vision of a troubling … more

County may be sued for payment

While the Madison County Commissioners’ Court approved a payment to a contractor on Tuesday, the contractor may have to sue the county to collect. At its regular meeting Tuesday, the county … more

’Round Town May 30, 2018

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New judge takes office in January

Tony Leago will tell you he was just as surprised as anyone to have won the Republican runoff election for the County Judge seat on May 22. However, that’s done, and Leago wants to hit the … more

Shawndrick's moving journey

Madisonville senior Shawndrick Ross has battled autism and inspired many on his journey through MCISD and will join his classmates at graduation on Friday. more

Losing a little of our outrage

It was 1974, and I was a boy of 11, living in another country while my father served our country in the U.S. Air Force. Since there was little else to do in the summer months, with baseball … more

FFA honors successful year

The Madisonville FFA Chapter celebrated their accomplishments throughout the 2017-18 school year with their annual banquet on Thursday and received awards for their work. more

Mustangs rule the district

The Madisonville baseball team garnered multiple All-District awards for their performances this season including Co-MVP honors for Matt Rudis and Zach Poe. more

Poe named THSBCA All-Star

It was a momentous week for Madisonville baseball player Zach Poe, who was named Co-District MVP and selected to compete in the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association (THSBCA) All-Star game. more

Mustang to continue managing

When Equillion Tyler joined the Mustangs basketball team as a manager for his senior season last fall, he did not know it would lead to opportunities beyond his life in Madisonville. more

Anthem controversy continues

Last week, the NFL announced a new policy that allows players or teams to stay in the locker room during the rendition of the National Anthem, but anyone who is on the field and not standing will earn their franchise a fine. more

Mustangs fall to Robinson

The Madisonville baseball season came to an end last Wednesday with a 2-0 loss in a single-elimination matchup with Robinson in Cameron. more

Bennett takes state

Madisonville and soon to be Texas A&M golfer Sam Bennett concluded his Mustang career with yet another state championship last week at Apple Rock Golf Course at Horseshoe Bay and a season in which he never shot over par. more

Holiday and Roundtree sign

Madisonville basketball stars Tommy Holiday and Tylis’ea Roundtree each signed their letters of intent on Friday to continue their careers as student athletes at Cedar Valley College. more

Local students receive donated books

Madison County Retired School Personnel participated in the Texas State Retired Teachers Book Project last week by contributing 337 new books to Madisonville and North Zulch Kindergarten and pre-K classes. more

North Zulch hires athletic director

NZISD announced the hiring of new athletic director Matt Kirschner at their last board meeting as well as his wife Laura Kirschner to teach kindergarten. more

LeBron fights back

The trend of lopsided finishes continued throughout the NBA Conference Finals as the Rockets fell behind 2-1 to the Warriors and LeBron James fought his way back to even the slate against the Celtics. more

Bedias Women’s Club meets Thursday

As we wrote this week’s column, we returned from J.D. Mallard’s service and are still trying to get our emotions in check after the terrible news about the Bedias traffic accident Wednesday, May … more

Book signing features Meteor founder

The founder of the Madisonville Sidewalk Cattlemen’s Association and a former publisher of the Madisonville Meteor is the subject of a new biography by longtime East Texas journalist and writer … more
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