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Patsy Ruth “Pat” Fowler was born Sept. 2, 1933, in Van, to James Herbert and Opal (Holland) Brown. She and her late husband, Neill, had lived in Madison County since 1962. Pat worked in the … more
Mark Anthony Harris was born Feb. 13, 1961, in Bryan, and died on Aug. 2, 2018, in Austin, at the age of 57 years. He was one of nine children born to Otto and Elisabeth Harris. Mark was raised … more
Adrian Cory Nellums, 25 years old, of Madisonville, passed away on July 31, 2018. His visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018, at All Families Mortuary's Chapel in … more
A memorial service for Kathy Tucker, 57, of Caldwell, was held Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018, at Madisonville Funeral Home in Madisonville. Pastor John High officiated the service. Kathy Diane … more
North Zulch ISD has been working with the Madison County Sheriff’s Department as well as Madison County Emergency Management to formulate possible logistics for a Guardian Plan to protect their students from potential unexpected dangers on campus. more
Last month, North Zulch ISD world history and English language arts teacher Joan Osth was selected to attend a prestigious professional development institute in San Antonio sponsored by Humanities Texas. more
Madisonville resident and Waco native Billy Van Davis, who can define his early life with over a year spent fighting for his country in Korea, watches with a skeptical eye almost exactly sixty-five years after the armistice split the country in two for good as the North returns the remains of certain soldiers who were lost behind enemy lines. more
Madisonville Youth Football and Cheer is under new leadership this season with a fresh set of board members who are working to ensure that every kid who wishes to play will have the opportunity to do so with financial help from the community. more
Madisonville local Zach Rebstock placed in four out of his five events at the Texas 4-H Shooting State Games at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio last weekend, which included a first place finish in the Modified 600 event. more
The NFL Hall of Fame Game marks the end of a long summer with the first preseason matchup of the new year. Granted, there is still over a month to go until the games count, but the anticipation ramps up as the football world flocks to Canton, Ohio to celebrate the great performers of the past. more
My brother just the other day posted something on his Facebook account that brought pretty much the whole family to tears. No, not an obituary, or a sad little poem about kittens; it was … more
Midnight Madness at Iola high school football stadium 8/5/18 starting at 9pm. Tailgating set up begins at 8pm. Come out for community fun and adult 7-7 football, support the football team, band … more
More incredible news for the economy last week — second quarter GDP grew at 4.1 percent thanks to a more competitive tax code and bold regulatory reforms! As families across the country are … more
James Robert Williams went to be with the Lord on July 24, 2018 in Bryan. James, or Jim, as he is known to his family and friends, was born in Baytown on Feb. 28, 1940, to Robert Lee Williams and … more
A Madisonville resident was arrested in mid-July on animal cruelty charges in connection with the death of a pet dog. According to MPD reports, on June 27, the Madisonville Police Department … more
William Paul McWhorter, 60, of North Zulch, passed away July 24, 2018, at his home in North Zulch. He was born Dec. 15, 1957, in Madison County, to James Chester and Ruby (Bailey) McWhorter. Mr. … more
Recent weather conditions, combined with a temporarily limited water supply, has put the city of Madisonville in a position to ask for some help to curb water usage in the city. During a … more
Madison County Commissioners Court on Thursday continued a burn ban that was issued July 20. Due to lack of rainfall, and because the Texas Forest Service has indicated that the area is … more
A Texas historical marker was erected at the Madison County Library on Thursday in honor of businessman, political activist, philanthropist, university regent and Madisonville native Jubal Richard (J.R.) Parten, who donated multiple tracks of land in the county including that of the library. more
Madison County local Jacob Kitson hosted an interest meeting on Friday for his new organization, the Libertarian Party of Madison County, at Rancho Viejo Restaurant in the square. more
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