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The Rev. Lloyd Jones and New Life Missionary Baptist Church recently celebrated 20 years of ministry with a special anniversary service to honor Pastor Jones and his wife, Janel, for their dedicated … more
For long-time Lions Club Gun Show trader Gordon Taylor, the annual Madisonville event is a family affair. Taylor, the owner of Black Gold Guns & Ammo in Houston, said this event is the only … more
Reinhard Max Warmuth passed away Wednesday, July 25, 2018. He was the loving son of Erika Warmuth and survived by his many friends and family members. He was a native of Hamburg, Germany, and … more
Thomas “Tommy” Joseph Strauss, 73, of Madisonville, passed away Aug. 16, 2018, at his home in College Station, surrounded by his family. Funeral services are set for 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. … more
Madisonville CISD and North Zulch ISD, along with thousands of districts across the state of Texas, received their accountability ratings from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) this week. more
Chattanooga Skydiving Company is setting up shop in Madison County with a new skydiving hangar at the Madisonville Municipal Airport. more
Madison County held their annual prayer vigil at the Kimbro Center on Thursday night with multiple religious and community leaders in attendance. more
The MCISD school board held their final meeting before the start of the new school year on Monday and discussed the district’s pending accountability rating, which was officially released on Tuesday. more
NZISD held their school board meeting for August on Thursday and included an informational presentation about the possible implementation of a Guardian Plan for the district. more
Madisonville High School will play host to Coffee with CASA on Monday at 4 p.m. in order to give locals an opportunity to become a voice for abused and neglected children in Madison County. more
As the mainstream media spends the majority of their time asking anyone who listens if they see them as “an enemy of the people,” they continue to sink further and further into blatant hypocrisy. more
The Madisonville volleyball team fought their way back from a two games to one deficit at home to take the fifth match over Normangee and earn a victory in their first regular season matchup on Friday. more
The North Zulch volleyball team began their 2018 season with a home win over Teague on Tuesday and traveled to Huntsville to test themselves against some of the bigger schools in the area over the weekend. more
The NFL season got underway this week with every team competing in a preseason game. Many rookies from April’s draft showed the league what they were capable of in a competitive atmosphere for the first time. more
We all make plans in our life. Plans to attend college, plans to get married, plans to get a job, build a house, and so on. What happens when those plans don’t work out? Well, most of the … more
The Iola Band Directors and Band Boosters would like to invite everyone to a Meet & Greet event for all parents and band students in grades fifth through 12th. This event will take place … more
The Madison County Commissioners’ Court approved a proposed tax rate for the upcoming fiscal year that, while unchanged from last year, could raise taxes slightly for property owners. At a … more
An accusation of improper conduct on the part of a Madisonville City Council member was dismissed following an investigation by the Police Department. At the July council meeting, residents … more
As the mainstream media spends the majority of their time asking anyone who listens if they see them as “an enemy of the people,” they continue to sink further and further into blatant … more
Sandra and I were on vacation for the last couple of weeks, so our column was missing for a couple of editions of the paper. Thank you for your readership, we hope you are happy to join us … more
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