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The annual Bedias Christmas Parade is set for Dec. 19, at 6 p.m. Please go to for more information. more
There may be as many as 66 active cases of COVID-19 in Madison County, according to estimates by the Texas Department of State Health Services late Monday. more
The hardships of 2020 have put a damper on countless traditions worldwide since the COVID-19 pandemic became a staple of everyday life in March, including many normal holiday festivities. But citizens of Madison County will still have a chance to showcase their yuletide spirit with the annual Christmas parade Saturday despite the uptick in virus activity throughout the county and elsewhere. more
The District Executive Committee (DEC) that oversees Madisonville’s basketball district (4A Region III District 18) released new guidelines regarding ticketing options for the remainder of the 2020 season for all levels Monday. All tickets for the contests must come directly from a player on one of the basketball teams, meaning they will not be available for purchase by the general public. more
Rural Texans have a lot to say about the lack of broadband service in their communities. Since we covered the topic earlier this month, many readers have emailed to share their stories and pleas for help. more
Despite official warnings about Thanksgiving gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic, traffic during the holiday is expected to only drop about 4.3% from 2019, driven by a combination of family tradition and still low gas prices at the pump. more
Reported cases of COVID-19 in Madison County remain stable so far in November, though county records show 67 active cases of the novel coronavirus as of Monday morning. more
Madisonville FFA took first overall in Area Sweepstakes at the Fall Area IX Leadership Development Event (LDE) at Livingston First Baptist Church on Thursday. The contest was a hybrid of in-person and virtual activity. more
The North Zulch volleyball team fell to Miller Grove in straight sets in the Regional Semifinals in Ennis Nov. 10 to conclude their season and the careers of their senior-heavy class. The Lady Bulldogs had previously defeated Oakwood and Apple Springs to advance in the postseason. more
Madisonville city councilmembers pressed pause on two major initiatives for the city’s code enforcement department, tabling the matters at their regular Nov. 9 meeting for further study. more
The Madisonville CISD school board held their monthly meeting Nov. 9 and discussed the district’s updated Crisis Management Policies and Procedures. more
The Madisonville Police Department held a dedication ceremony for their new station on Cottonwood Street Thursday with officers and city personnel in attendance. more
A surge of COVID-19 activity throughout the country has resulted in a new set of concerns regarding the virus. more
Madison County Judge Tony Leago ordered a burn ban for the county Monday, citing a Keetch-Byran Drought Index between 500-600 and sometimes windy conditions. The order will last for seven days, … more
Madisonville CISD announced a total of 21 positive COVID-19 cases in students and 12 positive cases in staff via a mass email sent to district families Thursday, with the bulk of activity coming from students at the junior high and high school campuses. more
The Bedias Women's Club shares they are cancelling/postponing their annual Veterans Day Dinner and their annual November Country Market event. Mackie shares that the women’s club plans to offer a spring Country Market and host an event honoring Bedias area Veterans in the spring. more
The Texas Water Development Board announced Friday that the city of Madisonville was approved for $3,965,000 loan from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund to make improvements on the city’s wastewater system, including a new sewer line under Interstate 45. more
Madison County Commissioners were presented with a proposal for a planned $8.5 million expo center at the county fairgrounds Monday at their regular (if irregularly located) meeting. more
The Madisonville Police Department moved into their new headquarters Nov. 3 and will hold an official building dedication at the 302 West Cottonwood Street location Thursday at 6 p.m. more
The Madisonville volleyball team advanced to the Regional Quarterfinals of the state playoffs for the first time since 2008 before falling to Robinson in straight sets at Fairfield High School Friday. The Lady Mustangs defeated Rusk in the Bi-District round Oct. 29 and Giddings in the Area round Nov. 3 to clinch the historic program feat. more
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