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Hats off to MHS 2019 graduate Tanner Cook, who celebrated another graduation Friday. Tanner, who joined the United States Airforce while an MHS student, recently completed his basic training at the San Antonio Lackland Air Force Base and graduated Friday as an Airman Basic. more
For those folks who often ask, Madison County was created in 1853 and organized in 1854 from land taken from Grimes, Walker, and Leon Counties. Of course, settlers were here before that. more
The Bedias Civic Club will meet at 6 p.m. Feb. 6 in the Bedias Civic Center for an interesting program and a community potluck. All Bedias area residents are welcome and encouraged to participate in all civic club activities. more
Madisonville First Baptist Church women’s conference Madisonville First Baptist Church will hold a “Dressed for Success” women’s conference with guest speaker Leah Holder-Green, Feb. … more
The Bedias Women’s Club will meet at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Bedias Civic Center. This meeting will be all about planning our activities for 2020, so please plan to attend and share your ideas for a great year ahead. All area women are invited and encouraged to participate in all women’s club activities. more
Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce will hold its Business After Hours program on Jan. 28 at the Holiday Inn Express, … more
Most likely the majority of Madison County folks, especially those attending First Baptist Church, have a story about Madie Madole. She was quite a feature at the church and also around town. more
Huntsville Christian Women’s Connection New Year’s Luncheon The Huntsville Christian Women’s Connection invites all ladies to a luncheon Thursday at Elkins Lake Clubhouse, 632 Cherry Hills … more
Our award-winning Bedias Food Pantry will be open Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please look for ways to support this important community outreach. more
Most readers here should be familiar with North Zulch, which I usually hear and say as “Nor’ Zulch.” In research, I recently saw mention of “South Zulch” and I feel that needs explanation. more
I’ve got a story to tell you. Although Valentine’s Day is almost a month away, you might say this is a Valentine’s story. more
The award-winning Bedias Food Pantry will be open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 18. Please look for ways to support this important community outreach. more
Thank you, and Happy New Year to the citizens of Madisonville, and all of Madison County. From everyone at the city and I wish you all the best in the upcoming year and that the wishes and hopes of good people of this great city of ours come true. Each of us here at the city of Madisonville will do our best to make 2020 a memorable year. more
MCISD substitute training Madisonville CISD Community Education Program will offer a substitute teacher training class Jan. 13-16 at Madisonville Elementary School. The class will meet from 6-9 … more
Madison County AgriLife Extension will host its annual five-hour continuing education Pesticide Applicator Recertification Program Jan. 17 at the Madison County Fair Grounds. Registration for the program will begin at 7:30 a.m. and the program at 8 a.m. more
Here’s some great info on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (you might know it better as Lou Gehrig’s Disease). more
MCISD substitute training Madisonville CISD Community Education Program will offer a substitute teacher training class Jan. 13-16 at Madisonville Elementary School. The class will meet from 6-9 … more
Thank you to everyone who attended and supported our Bedias Christmas Pancake Breakfast and our world famous Bedias Christmas Parade Dec. 21. Free children’s books and punch and cookies were offered at the Bedias Museum & Library after the pancake breakfast, and also the parade, to one and all. more
Happy New Year! Parts of the following appeared in the Meteor for the 2016 New Year. I’m sharing again below hoping to evoke memories and smiles! more
While Christmas Day and all its celebration is a wrap, New Year’s Day with all of its celebration is on the horizon. It should be New Year’s Eve about the time you read your hometown newspaper so here’s what you need to know as the New Year approaches. more
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