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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

Local wins big at calf scramble

Madison County 4-H member Dylan Stobaugh caught calves during the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo on Feb. 2 and the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo on Feb. 17 to earn rewards and a chance to showcase next year. more

Appeasement the wrong response

Currently, the president has been considering altering his position and issued orders to have bump stocks banned as a response to the horrific shooting in Florida. more

Why I oppose the Texas high-speed rail

As your Congressman, I strongly oppose the route of the Texas Central Rail and have helped successfully block its Washington petitions for eminent domain and construction authority. more

Ashby takes HSR case to Washington

State Rep. Trent Ashby, R-Lufkin, expressed his opposition to a proposed high-speed rail on Friday in a letter to members of the Texas Congressional delegation. 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

Mustangs set to honor seniors

The Madisonville men’s soccer team remained undefeated in district with decisive wins over Crockett and Navasota. more

Mustangs fall in Bi-Districts

The Madisonville basketball team was eliminated from postseason contention with a 57-53 Bi-Dsitrcit round loss to Lorena last Tuesday at Cameron Yoe High School. more

Cosby shines for Sul Ross

Kiera Cosby played the most among the five freshmen on the Sul Ross State University women's basketball team. more

Mustangs begin season

The Madisonville baseball team picked up two wins in the first week of the regular season after dropping their first two decisions. more

Lady Bulldogs battle weather

The North Zulch Lady Bulldogs softball season began last week with three losses at the Onalaska Round Robin tournament, which wasn’t originally on the schedule. more

Lady Mustangs pick up wins

The young Madisonville softball team has battled through the opening two-week stretch of the season and has picked up three wins along the way. more

County contacts FRA

The Madison County Commissioner’s Court carried a motion during their Monday meeting to send a letter to the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) regarding the proposed high speed … 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

Fire department to hold cook-off

The fifth annual Iola Volunteer Fire Department benefit and Barbecue cookoff is right around the corner on March 9 and 10. This will take place at the Iola Volunteer Fire Department, 23574 Brazos St. There will be live auctions and live music and dance. more

Reminiscing on activities on the golf course

I’m thrilled to report that several folks have recently paid dues for Madison County Historical Commission. Individuals or couples seeking membership pay annually. If you enjoy these Musings and have yet to join, you may mail your check to Madison County Museum, P.O. Box 61, Madisonville, TX 77864. more

Community chips in for shelters

Let’s step back to a different era — such as the 1930s. Have you ever seen pictures from those days? Think back to them and see beyond the people and the clothing. Seriously study the backgrounds of those black and white photos to see images of shacks, sheds, and lean-tos. Physical shelters during the Great Depression. more

Governor orders action to address safety at schools

AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on Feb. 21 sent a letter to Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath ordering immediate action to ensure the safety of children in Texas schools following the multi-fatality shooting at a Parkland, Florida, high school on Feb. 14. more
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