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Mario Zavala and Chloe Olvera were named Madisonville High School’s 2018 Homecoming King and Queen in a special moment before the football game at Mustang Stadium on Friday night. more
The Madisonville CISD school board welcomed all of the district’s new teachers to their monthly board meeting for September on Monday night. more
After passing a proposed tax restructure with a tax ratification election (TRE) at the end of August, MCISD will be able to generate more revenue by moving 14 cents from the Maintenance and Operations (M&O) tax to the Interest and Sinking (I&S) side. more
The Madisonville football team has dropped their first two games at home to open the season, including Friday’s 34-13 Homecoming loss to the Woodville Eagles. more
The Madisonville volleyball team lost a pair of matches over the week to Teague and Caldwell as they continue to work through their non-district slate. more
Last week, the Madisonville tennis team dropped their first district match of the fall season to Palestine by a count of 10 games to five. The match came after the Mustangs changed their first scheduled home contest for Oct. 11. more
Both professional teams in the state of Texas dropped tight contests on the road in part of a thrilling opening week of the NFL season. more
We all have choices to make in life and many tines those choices shape the way our lives turn out. For many years I chased the dream of being a country singer. My band and I played all over the … more
Found out Thursday afternoon that a paragon of 1970s cinema, and certainly an example of rampant masculinity, Burt Reynolds, passed away at age 82. Reynolds was the quintessential man’s man, … more
Editor’s note: This is the second of two columns regarding the tales of Mutt Rasco. Continuing from where we left off, in the words of Mutt Rasco: “We drove the hogs up the river about 5 … more
Congratulations to the Bulldogs of the month — Junior Juarez, sixth grade, Charlotte Zimmerman, sixth grade, Paige Lemley, Pre-K, and Ryder Wubbenhorst, Pre-K. •The fighting Iola … more
The Madison County Commissioners Court on Monday approved a more than $10 million budg-et with the condition that all pay raises by department equal no more than 4 percent. County Auditor Toni … more
The Madisonville City Council on Monday approved a plan to begin charging for electricity and water use at city parks. City Manager Camilla Viator said residents rent the facilities at Lake … more
The time has arrived to consider planting your winter food plot. Several options are available out there with just about every variety of mixture you can think of. When purchasing brand name … more
In July, we received great news that the American economy had grown in the second quarter by 4.1 percent. Those numbers were recently revised, and we learned that it grew at 4.2 percent. On top … more
The competition is stiff for equestrian Rheagan Bryant. The Madisonville High School graduate is a sophomore specializing in horsemanship for the Texas A&M University women's equestrian … more
The Bedias Food Pantry will be open this Saturday, Sept. 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please con-sider offering your support by donating funds or your hands to this important community … more
Park has a clean-up day set Fort Boggy State Park is inviting volunteers to come out to the park for a Park Clean-Up Day on Saturday, Sept. 22, which is National Public Lands Day. NPLD is the … more
COLLEGE STATION - Kellen Mond walked onto Kyle Field with confidence with a minute left and the No. 2 team in the country on the ropes.Mond and the Aggies have been working to build a consistent … more
Turnovers plagued Madisonville and big plays fueled Woodville in a 34-13 Eagles victory over the Mustangs on Homecoming night at MHS. more
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