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The First Baptist Women’s Retreat took place at the First Baptist Church in Madisonville Feb. 22-23, with more than 160 women in attendance. more
AUSTIN — Images of a stream of billowing dark smoke drew the nation’s attention last week to a fire that engulfed 11 petrochemical storage tanks at the Intercontinental Terminals Company about 15 miles southeast of Houston in Deer Park. more
After a lengthy and fervent public comment session at Monday’s meeting, the Madison County Commissioners Court unanimously approved a proclamation to designate April as Confederate History and Heritage Month, an item removed from the court’s agenda during their last meeting March 11. more
The Madisonville Elementary School and the Parent Teacher Organization are planning a Fun Run Fundraiser for the students to last from April 1-12 to raise money for new playground equipment for the campus. more
The Madisonville Mustangs baseball team began district play this week but are also making an impact off the diamond with their “40 Cans for 40 Days” food drive during the Lenten season. more
The 39th Annual Madison County Fair and Rodeo wrapped up on Thursday after over two weeks of festivities that featured animals, games and art in what was pegged as a triumphant venture by MCFA officials. more
Madisonville FFA students were honored Sunday with the Dr. Billy Harrell Award of Excellence, the highest honor for agriculture mechanics at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. more
The last day to register to vote in the City of Madisonville and the Madisonville CISD elections is scheduled for April 4, one month before election day. more
13-year-old Caleb Valdez of Midway saw a lifelong dream come to fruition on Thursday when he was sworn in as a detective by the Madisonville Police Department with the help of the Make-A-Wish Foundation at City Hall on Thursday. more
A semi-truck veered off of the roadway on Highway 21 in front of Larry’s Country Style BBQ on Friday, striking a utility pole, a parked vehicle and ultimately the fence of the Madisonville Cemetery across the street. more
The Madisonville City Council, in a nimble, 15-minute long meeting Monday evening whipped through the month’s agenda with little disagreement or discussion on any items. more
After an impassioned speech calling for unification in the county, Madison County Judge Tony Leago announced during Monday’s County Commissioners meeting that a contentious agenda item to make … more
The Freestone County Soil & Water Conservation District and Anderson-Houston Soil & Water Conservation District hosted their Annual Land/HomeSite Career Development Contest on March 7 at the Amerada Ranch in Fairfield. more
Citizens got a taste of the fair season and local art on Saturday with the annual Madison County Fair Association Handcraft Show. more
Madisonville CISD Superintendent Keith Smith announced that Larry Young Paving will begin to set up for construction on Raney Lane during the school’s March 18-22 spring break during the monthly board meeting for March on Monday. more
A handful of drivers who felt they couldn’t get through Midway quick enough found themselves back in the town on Wednesday, as the city held its first-ever municipal court at city hall as part of an interlocal agreement with the city of Madisonville. more
Midway City Secretary Debra Newkirk, who was a driving force behind Representative Trent Ashby’s proposed House Bill 1067, testified on the bill’s behalf in Austin on Monday in front of the House Elections Committee. more
AUSTIN — A San Antonio federal judge on Feb. 27 ordered Texas Secretary of State David Whitley not to purge the names of voters whose registrations he challenged as being potentially fraudulent. more
AUSTIN — The Texas Department of Public Safety states the reward for Jared Luke Langley, 36, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive and this month’s featured fugitive, has been increased to $12,500 … more
While approving advertising funds for the Madison County Fair and the Texas Mushroom Festival on Monday, County Judge Tony Leago questioned the policies involved for donations. Leago, and other … more
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