The Normangee Brookshire Brothers pharmacy, which was allocated 100 doses of the Moderna vaccine by the state to fight the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this month, also had to fight mother nature last week.
The North Zulch Independent School District (NZISD) board held their monthly meeting for January Thursday and reviewed the district’s Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR). TAPR typically pulls together a variety of information regarding the overall performance of each school district every year.
Madisonville CISD Athletic Director Rusty Nail released methods for home stadium guidelines during the spring sports season with baseball, softball, powerlifting and tennis activities right around the corner and the track season not far behind.
Both North Zulch men’s and women’s basketball squads are holding a Shoot-athon fundraiser at the end of the month to help raise money for the program’s needs. The event has already garnered numerous sponsors as each player prepares to shoot 100 free throws and earn money based on their successes.
An individual stabbed one tire on four Madisonville Police Department patrol vehicles and their animal control truck as they sat idle behind the station at approximately 8:30 p.m. Thursday. In a Friday Facebook post detailing the event, the department stated there was roughly $1,000 in damage from the vandalistic action.
The North Zulch ISD facilities committee discussed further plans to remodel their elementary school and surrounding areas during a meeting in the school cafeteria Monday that lasted nearly two hours. The committee will meet again Feb. 2 to continue discussions and community members are encouraged to attend.
An individual crashed his car into the side of Tobacco Barn on Main Street in Madisonville Jan. 13, no injuries were reported. According to MPD officials, the driver was in his 60s with an amputated leg and the accident was the result of a diabetic episode JONATHAN DEELEY
The Brazos Valley Symphony OrchestraTM today announces the postponement of three upcoming concerts; “Tangos & More” on January 24, “Three Icons” on February 21, and “DSQ +BVSO” on March 28. This announcement comes as a response to the current ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic which has disrupted many arts organizations across the country.
Madisonville Little League will be hosting an open meeting Jan. 26 at 6 p.m. at the Lake Madison Lake House to fill two open positions on the board. In order to run for one of the positions or cast a vote, one must be present at the meeting.
The Texas Legislature opened quietly, which delighted everyone after the violence inside the U.S. Capitol the previous week At the Texas State Capitol, a variety of legislative agendas took center stage at the start of the 87th session, which will run 140 days.