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The Dallas-Houston high-speed rail project dodged a bullet this week when lawmakers hashing out the state budget released their decision to strike a provision that could have delayed the project. more
In a story in the May 15 Madisonville Meteor (Hwy 21 plans move forward,) it was suggested that Madison County Judge Tony Leago was “feeling a bit out of the loop” regarding the scheduling of … more
The Madison County Extension Office will host their annual Beef and Forage Program May 31 at the Madison County Fairgrounds Meeting Hall. more
AUSTIN — Texas lawmakers have yet to cast final votes on the marquee issues of the 86th regular session of the Legislature: the state budget, school finance reform and property tax relief. more
Madison County Judge Tony Leago is feeling a bit out of the loop when it comes to upcoming road projects. more
Slow negotiations concerning the replacement of an outdated data connection that runs between the Madison County Tax Office and the Madison County Appraisal District have resulted in the county falling out of contract with service provider AT&T and seeing the county’s Internet bill rise from $278 per month to $2,800 per month since January, revealed Monday in County Commissioners’ Court. more
An uncooperative water well prone to interrupted operation has been - well, not fixed, but somewhat mended - allowing Madisonville Public Works employees to activate the Splash Pad at Lake Madison Park this week. more
The North Zulch Independent School District hosted their monthly board meeting for May on Thursday and featured a presentation on College, Career and Military Readiness (CCMR) to highlight the new certifications offered in the district. more
The Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District Board presented a number of resolutions at the monthly meeting for May on Monday to students for their extra-curricular accomplishments this year. more
Midway’s Ferguson Unit held their 20th annual memorial service last Wednesday for all Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) officers, along with all criminal justice officers around the country, who have lost their lives in the line of duty. more
Taylor Farms Texas Inc., a Dallas, Texas establishment, is recalling approximately 1,079 pounds of Caesar salad with chicken products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The product contains anchovies, a known allergen, which is not declared on the product label. more
AUSTIN — The Texas House of Representatives on May 1 passed Senate Bill 2, legislation proposing to bring property tax relief to homeowners, but the lower house slowed the bill’s momentum by tacking on 25 floor amendments. more
Dale Kovacs fell in his re-election bid Saturday, falling to third place of the three candidates angling for a seat on the Madisonville City Council. more
Incumbents Mike Corley and Zingara Manning both prevailed in the Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District’s board elections, which began with early voting on April 22 and concluded with Saturday’s general election. more
The City of Madisonville has a new Alderman in the form of Brady Dion Taylor, who dethroned incumbent Dale Kovacs with 55 percent of the vote during Saturday’s general election. more
Members of the North Zulch ISD graduating class planned to honor fallen classmate Hannah Wiese at this year’s ceremony, but have received resistance on the matter by NZISD officials. more
A number of the area’s churches participated in the 10th Annual Spring Fling event at the Kimbro Center on Tuesday. more
The Madisonville Mustang Bands hosted their 3rd Annual Market Day on Saturday at the Kimbro Center and raised around $2,000, the highest total the event has garnered since its inception. more
Madisonville’s Little Free Library, previously located next to the entrance of the Madison County Extension Office on School Street, can now be found shaded by the oak tree next to the Lake Madison Clubhouse. more
Pockmarked streets and a desire to create a more desirable image for outside visitors dominate the thoughts of all three candidates on the May 4 ballot for Madisonville City Council. more
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