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A century old

Erah Prestwood turned 100 last week and celebrated her birthday with her family at Madisonville Care Center.  more

New principal

Chad Moorhead took over July 1 as principal of Madisonville Junior High. more

Breakfast and lunch

Brad Tinney cooks a hamburger at SunRise Breakfast and Lunch recently. more

Warehouse fire

Firefighters work to extinguish a blaze at the Bimbo Bakeries warehouse on Industrial Drive on Thursday. more

Edna Burke

Edna Mae “Clark” Burke, 93, of Madisonville, passed away on Monday, July 11, 2016, in Livingston. Funeral services are scheduled for Saturday, July 16, at 2 p.m. at Day Funeral Home Chapel in … more

Robert McGill

LOUISVILLE, Ga. — Mr. Robert M. McGill, 73, of Louisville, died Friday, July 8, 2016, in the Jefferson Hospital. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 12, at Louisville First … more

David Kelly

David Kelly, of Madisonville, was born to Lallie Morgan and Loyd Kelly on March 2, 1933, in Houston, and passed away June 30, 2016, at the age of 83. Funeral services were held July 6, 2016, at … more

Ruby Holdridge

Ruby Pearl (Bryan) Holdridge, 81, of Madisonville, passed away in Houston on July 6, 2016. Visitation will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 9, at Day Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral services are … more

Fourth of July at Lake Madison

Madisonville was treated to a Fourth of July celebration that involved activities, food, music, and, of course, fireworks. more

Freedom still relevant

Hot dogs and fireworks are not to be dismissed in the annual observance of Independence Day, but attorneys across the state joined in an effort last week to remember the real reason we celebrate the … more

Two attending ThesFest

Two Madisonville High School students represented the school’s drama department at the International Thespian Society National Festival in Lincoln, Neb., last month. Savannah Boyd performed a … more

Business offers sweet service

Snow cones make people happy – and that’s precisely the reason Lacy Kelso and her family took over a local stand last summer. Although the snow cone shop has been around each summer for more … more

Madisonville home to No. 4

Downtown Madisonville was abuzz last week as word spread that there was a new barbecue restaurant in town. McKenzie Barbeque, at 1711 East Main St., held a soft opening on June 25 and already has … more

Winner won’t solve problems

There was an old riddle that used to make the rounds, which posited what it meant when a liar told you he or she was lying. Other funny things from back in the day state that you can tell if a … more

Declaring freedom

Madisonville attorney Wes Hammitt participated Friday in a statewide effort to publicly read the Declaration of Independence as a reminder of the true meaning of Independence Day. more

Inaugural event a success

Madisonville’s first Independence Day celebration in recent history was by all accounts a huge success, and organizers are already planning something bigger and better for next year. An … more

Normangee K-9 hits big bust

One of Normangee’s largest-ever drug busts occurred last month, and it can be attributed in large part to a four-legged officer. NPD Chief Charles Herford has been on the job for a little more … more

Nebraska bound

Dornell Crist, left, and Savannah Boyd recently attended the International Thespian Society National Festival in Lincoln, Neb. more

Drug bust

Normangee Police Department Chief Charles Herford, left, and Brad Croft, trainer and founder of Universal K9, pose with Wilson. more

Cool treats

Lacy Kelso serves up a snow cone at Sugar Shack in Madisonville. The Kelso family took over the local business last summer. more
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