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Donkey basketball coming to town

Iola will have its annual donkey basketball game on Feb. 19 starting at 7 p.m. The first game will be senior students against teachers and the second game will be seniors vs. the community. … more

Traveling down Memory Lane in old newspapers

Editor's note: This is the second of two articles relating events from past issues of the Madisonville Meteor.January 1968: W.H. Scott announced that he'd sold half-interest in Scott's Drug as of … more

Local youth shine in Fort Worth

FORT WORTH - Amanda May, a 4-H member from North Zulch, captured Division IV Reserve Champion in Junior Limousin Beef Heifer Show at the 2018 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo on Jan. 22. The 2018 … more

Brady, New England falls

The world already knew what was going to happen with two minutes left, a 5-point Eagles lead and Tom Brady marching onto the field. We've seen this movie before: Brady would lead his team 75 … more

Show someone some love today

First Corinthians 13 says, "If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all … more

Lending a hand for a good cause

For 17 years, the Texas Mushroom Festival has been the premier event in Madisonville and Madison County. For one day, Madisonville is the center of the Brazos universe. There's food, and wine, and … more

Soccer prepares for District

The Madisonville soccer team split a pair of home games over the week to conclude their non-District slate. Despite dropping their first contest of the year to Palestine, the Mustangs started … more

Madisonville powerlifting results

Madisonville student-athletes competed at the Eagle Powerlifting Invitational in Fairfield on Feb. 1 and capped off the competition with a third-place finish. They will now look ahead to their next … more

Lady Bulldogs split

NORTH ZULCH - The North Zulch Lady Bulldogs basketball team split wins last week by defeating Burton and falling to Somerville. North Zulch hosted both schools last week. The second game … more

Bulldogs playoff bound

NORTH ZULCH - It was an exciting week for the North Zulch Bulldogs basketball team with two wins that clinched a playoff berth this season. Bulldogs' Head Coach David Graves was thrilled for … more

Lady Mustangs finish regular season

The Madisonville women's basketball team picked up two wins this week over Palestine on Tuesday and Athens on Friday during senior night. The Lady Mustangs concluded the regular season last night … more

Mustangs push for District

The Madisonville basketball team has now rattled off three straight wins after starting their District slate 0-2. This included an impressive 75-58 revenge win over top-ranked Athens at home on … more

Mustang District Realigned

The UIL Conference realignments were announced throughout the state of Texas on Thursday and has seemed to shake up Madisonville’s football slate. Realignments were also listed for basketball and … more

Felipe Munoz

Felipe G. Munoz, 74 of Bedias, passed away on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018, in Bedias. Funeral Mass was celebrated Tuesday, Feb. 6, at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Madisonville. … more

Area Digest Feb. 7, 2018

Mail ballots available Voters who are eligible and wish to vote by mail must obtain, complete and return an application for ballot by mail no later than Feb. 23, 2018. Applications may be obtained … more

County vocal in opposition to rail project

Most hands were raised by Madison County residents when asked who opposed a high-speed rail bisecting the county. At a Federal Rail Administration public hearing on Monday, residents spoke … more

Virginia Miller

Virginia Elean Miller was born Jan. 23, 1938, in Silsbee, to R.V. and Alzie Elean (Barker) Swearingen. Although she had worked outside the home as a bookkeeper, salesperson and dental assistant, … more

Bedias Civic Club meets tomorrow

The Bedias Civic Club meets Thursday, Feb. 1. All area residents are welcome to attend and participate in all Civic Club activities. Please call Janet Green at (936) 395-1010 to learn more about … more

Brady addresses community

Kevin Brady, head of the U.S. House Ways & Means Committee, on Jan. 23 expressed concern about the route of the proposed high-speed rail project while touting his accomplishments in … more

Area Digest Jan. 31, 2018

Mail ballots available Voters who are eligible and wish to vote by mail must obtain, complete and return an application for ballot by mail no later than Feb. 23, 2018. Applications may be obtained … more
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