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North Zulch graduates earn scholarships

During last week’s high school graduation ceremony at North Zulch, numerous students were presented with scholarship money and certificates along with their diplomas. more

Area Digest June 13, 2018

Cemetery meeting set The Board of Directors of the Madisonville Cemetery Association has called for a special meeting for 2 PM Thursday, June 21, at the Madisonville Cemetery. The purpose of … more

One arrested over 2016 fatal accident

An Iowa resident was arrested recently in connection with a May 2016 accident that left one person dead and two injured. Fikret Husein Salic, 62, turned himself in to the Madison County … more

County, city seek inspections answer

Madison County is again seeking solutions for sewage and food service inspections, and approved seeking cooperation with the city’s inspector to serve in that capacity. The county has hired two … more

City approves tire ordinance

The city of Madisonville is taking step to improve its looks, and on Monday approved an ordinance that will limit tire storage, designate storage requirements and require licenses for businesses that … more

Wanted suspect makes state Top 10

A fugitive being sought by the Madison County Sheriff’s Office since July 2016 is back in the spotlight. Jared Langley, 36, of Midway, wanted in connection with burglary and theft charges, has … more

Perseverance and awareness: Stacy's story

Stacy Fowler’s life changed forever this year when she learned that she had developed Tourette Syndrome, but she has turned adversity into opportunity as she prepares for a day dedicated to her condition’s awareness on Thursday. more

Langley lands in Madisonville

Centerville native Dr. Judd Langley is back in the area he calls home and ready to apply the knowledge he has learned in a diverse dental career to his new patients in Madisonville. more

Locals hear from FRA

The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) hosted a webinar for all of the parties affected by the proposed High Speed Rail from Dallas to Houston that would run through Madison County to discuss the federal process of identifying historic sites. more

Hats off to the Class of 2018

Local high school students from Madisonville and North Zulch graduated this weekend at the Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum at Sam Houston State University and the North Zulch gymnasium surrounded by loved ones. more

Area Digest June 6, 2018

Cemetery meeting set The Board of Directors of the Madisonville Cemetery Association has called for a special meeting for 2 PM Thursday, June 21, at the Madisonville Cemetery. The purpose of … more

Water testing begins

Mandated testing has started for the new water well. The following street intersections have been closed for a couple of days: •Urseline and North Madison •Turner and North … more

Association looks to add technology

Previous discussions about work at the Madisonville Cemetery has led the association to new avenues for finding unmarked graves. Association members Clark Osborne, Dawn Knight, as well as members … more

County may be sued for payment

While the Madison County Commissioners’ Court approved a payment to a contractor on Tuesday, the contractor may have to sue the county to collect. At its regular meeting Tuesday, the county … more

New judge takes office in January

Tony Leago will tell you he was just as surprised as anyone to have won the Republican runoff election for the County Judge seat on May 22. However, that’s done, and Leago wants to hit the … more

Shawndrick's moving journey

Madisonville senior Shawndrick Ross has battled autism and inspired many on his journey through MCISD and will join his classmates at graduation on Friday. more

FFA honors successful year

The Madisonville FFA Chapter celebrated their accomplishments throughout the 2017-18 school year with their annual banquet on Thursday and received awards for their work. more

Local students receive donated books

Madison County Retired School Personnel participated in the Texas State Retired Teachers Book Project last week by contributing 337 new books to Madisonville and North Zulch Kindergarten and pre-K classes. more

North Zulch hires athletic director

NZISD announced the hiring of new athletic director Matt Kirschner at their last board meeting as well as his wife Laura Kirschner to teach kindergarten. more

Book signing features Meteor founder

The founder of the Madisonville Sidewalk Cattlemen’s Association and a former publisher of the Madisonville Meteor is the subject of a new biography by longtime East Texas journalist and writer … more
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