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ICC to host food drive

The Iola Community Center is holding a school drive. We will be distributing school supplies on Saturday, July 29, at the community center from 1-3pm. The distribution is open to all Iola Elementary … more

Bedias Women’s Club to meet

The Bedias Women’s Club meets at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Bedias Civic Center. All Bedias area women are encouraged to attend and participate in all women’s club activities. Call Sharon Allen at … more

Round Town

How about some congrats? Congratulations to Jerry and Delores Williams who will celebrate their 55th anniversary July 23. Delores says it requires work, dedication and a lot of love, but it’s all … more

Governor calls back legislators

As you have probably heard, the governor has called the Texas Legislature back to Austin for a 30-day special session that began Tuesday, and has laid out an ambitious 20-item agenda for this … more

Grace does wonders for us

Titus 2:11-15 says, “For the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation to all men, instructing us to deny ungodliness and worldly desires and to live sensibly, righteously and godly in the … more

Madison County through the lens of history

Editor’s note: This is the first part of a two-part piece highlighting news stories from the 1800s regarding Madisonville and Madison County. Not long ago, I found where Bill Page, who is quite … more

Madisonville Summer Camps Round Up

Madisonville High School will conduct a “Mini Cheer Camp” on June 5-8, from 2- 4 p.m., for ages 4 through fifth grade at the new high school gymnasium. The cost is $40 and registration forms are … more

Flags laid to rest

The ceremony to dispose of unserviceable flags has been an integral part of the American Legion ritual since September of 1937.  The Boy Scout Handbook states: “A national flag that is worn beyond … more

MSCA cook off winners named

“Get Right Cookers 1”named Grand Champion of 2017 MSCA cook-off The 2017 Madisonville Sidewalk Cattlemen’s Association (MSCA) cook-off was held on May 19th and 20th, at the American … more

Madisonville Sidewalk Cattlemen's BBQ Cook-off

The annual Madisonville Sidewalk Cattlemen’s Barbeque Cook-off is being held this Friday and Saturday, May 19-20th, at the American Legion / MSCA Grounds on Highway 75 in Madisonville, … more

A tragic scene

When does a tragic scene become everyday fodder and just another headline on a screen?   Madisonville CISD High School Students witnessed a tragic scene involving their friends and classmates at … more

Eagle Scout candidate begins project at Madison Park

Boy Scout Troop 191 continues to develop good citizens by producing yet another young man on his trek to becoming an Eagle Scout. Ben Tedder made progress on completing his Eagle Scout project on … more

Local teacher awarded grant

Gail Kay, a fifth-grade teacher at Madisonville Intermediate School, was recently chosen to receive a Texas Retired Teacher Foundation Classroom Assistance Grant in the amount of $500. Laura Ann … more

Eagle Scout candidate completes project

Four generations of Garrett Underwood’s family gathered together on Saturday, April 29, 2017 to celebrate the completion of Garrett’s Eagle Scout project in Lake Madison Park; a GaGa Ball Pit. … more

Son-Shine Outreach honors volunteers

The Son-Shine Outreach Center Board of Directors and Employees honored the volunteers of the Center on April 25, with a thank you luncheon for all they do to make the Center run efficiently. … more

A new face to greet churchgoers

Rev. Cindy Clark takes the helm at Holy Innocents Episcopal Church, 600 N. McIver, starting this Sunday, May 7. A resident of Madisonville since 2006, Clark served as a principal in the local … more

Gold Star recipients announced

Madison County 4-H recently awarded the Gold Star award to Casey Corley and McKiever Easterling.  The Gold Star is the highest achievement award given within the 4-H program, and can only be … more

Midway Youth Council is doing great things

The City of Midway Youth Council donated toiletries benefitting “Phoebe’s Home” on February 28.  Phoebe's Home is a shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children.   If you or … more

Success is measured in blue (ribbons, that is)

There is a lesser-known contest within the Livestock shows that has been teaching our youth the value of hard work and sacrifice for many years. This project does not involve livestock directly but … more

Madisonville Students of the Month - February

MCISD February Students of the Month (pictured left to right) – Keith Smith, MCISD Superintendent; Sovanpheaktra Ly, Madisonville HS; Hailey Jeffries, Madisonville JH; Erick Payan, Madisonville … more
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