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Mustangs survive in College Station

The Madisonville soccer team defeated Hargrave on penalty kicks Friday en route to their regional championship in College Station. more

Mustangs bounce College Station

The Madisonville baseball team picked up two district wins this week as well as a non-district victory over highly-touted College Station. more

Golf lights ups district tournament

The Madisonville men’s golf team won the district tournament championship on April 2 and 9 and each Mustang player from both teams advanced to the regional round in Huntsville. more

Lady Bulldogs honor seniors

The North Zulch softball team dropped back-to-back district contests this week to Snook and Normangee to snap a four-game winning streak. more

Astros drop series to Rangers

This weekend featured 2018’s second edition of the Lone Star Series between the Rangers and Astros in Houston. more

City holds second annual bike ride

Bikers and local business gathered in the square on Saturday for the second annual Tour de’ Madisonville Bicycle Ride and Festival Fundraiser. more

NZISD hires new principal

North Zulch ISD announced the hiring of Janie Pope as the new principal for the elementary school on Thursday during their monthly board meeting. more

Jarrell, Smith honored for Lady Mustangs

Madisonville softball seniors Kacelyn Jarrell and Kandace Smith celebrated their senior night on Friday with a 16-6, mercy-rule victory over Palestine to snap a three-game losing streak. more

Area Digest April 18, 2018

Fundraiser scheduled The North Zulch Volunteer Fire Department is once again offering barbecue plates as part of its annual fundraiser. On Mother’s Day Weekend, Saturday, May 12, there will … more

Spring in Texas means flowers, taxes

There's something special about springtime in Texas. From ballparks and bluebonnets, to the smell of freshly cut grass just before an April shower; the tug on a line from a spawning largemouth, or … more

Bedias Food Pantry Open this Saturday

Our Bedias Food Pantry will be open this Saturday, April 21, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please contact John Anderson at (936) 581-2706 to learn how you can help with this important community … more

Stop China's cheating, but protect U.S. jobs

President Trump is right to target China's unfair trade practices. That country routinely steals America's intellectual property such as patents, blatantly forces American businesses to turn over … more

’Round Town April 18, 2018

Have you seen the movie “I Can Only Imagine?” It’s a true story of forgiveness and, well, so much more. If you haven’t seen it, I urge you to go. Presently the movie … more

End of the school year approaching

As the end of the year approaches, we would like to get all outstanding charges paid. Starting Friday, May 11, there will be no charging allowed. Please make sure that your child has money on … more

History has its share of humor

If you have read many of my Musings, you know that if there is anything I enjoy as much as history, it is humor. Put the two together and I’m in hog heaven. April is National Humor Month, … more

It’s time for a Beatitude adjustment

Matthew 5:1-12 says, “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
Blessed are those whom mourn, for they will be comforted. Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit … more

Chipping away at the liberty foundation

Here’s another couple of unrelated events that will further erode what little liberty we have left — see if they don’t. In this corner, we have a questionable search warrant served on … more

Georgia Catoe

Georgia Ruby Catoe was born Feb. 22, 1925, in Midway, and passed away on March 20, 2018, in Pasadena. She was preceded in death by sisters Wilma Prine, Bernice Washburn, Sarah Williams, Emma … more

Richard Deal Sr.

Richard Allen Deal Sr., 80, of Calvert, died Sunday, April 15, 2018, at his residence. He was born in Lufkin to Earl Austin and Anna Deal on June 30, 1937. He graduated from Hudson High … more

Madisonville’s marathon man

A 26-mile stretch in Boston may seem like a world away from east Texas, but Madisonville roots helped shaped one of the most thrilling finishes in the famous Marathon’s history 40 years ago. … more
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