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Town holds benefit BEDIAS — The residents of the city of Bedias will come together March 16 at the Bedias Civic Center Starts to host a benefit for a local family that lost everything in a … more
Madison County 4-H students have featured a total of 66 animals thus far in what has been a successful season of livestock presenting with showings in Fort Worth and San Antonio and upcoming showings in Houston and Austin. more
Madisonville 4-H member Kendel Cleere raised and exhibited the Reserve Champion American Cross Jr. Market Steer at the 2019 Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. more
11 North Zulch FCCLA students impressed at the organization’s regional conference in Galveston earlier this month and will compete at state in Dallas from April 3-6. more
The Midway Volunteer Fire Department held their 27th Annual “Po Boy” Steak dinner and dance on Saturday night and welcomed sponsors and locals to enjoy the fun. more
Only two incumbents on the Madisonville City Council have decided to seek re-election for the three positions up for election in May. At the end of the filing period on Friday, incumbent Mayor … more
Pony leagues host registration Madisonville Pony youth leagues will host the spring baseball and softball registration on Saturdays through Feb. 23, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Walmart. The last … more
The North Zulch ISD school board held their monthly meeting for February on Thursday and discussed the possibility of making facility improvements over the summer. more
Madisonville Elementary first and second graders have raised over $2,000 dollars so far this year for heart disease with their Kids Heart Challenge through the American Heart Association and celebrated with their annual Jump-athon on Friday in the gymnasium. more
Dr. William Totten of the Madisonville Veterinary Hospital experienced the thrill of the entertainment industry when he appeared in an episode of The Cowboy Way, a reality show that highlights three cowboys from Alabama. more
Texas state troopers are investigating a crash that left one person dead on I-45 just yards south of the Madisonville City Limits sign. Trooper Jimmy Morgan said that shortly before noon on … more
The Madison County Commissioners’ Court took in a big windfall in January on the heels of its tax bill mailing. Tax Collector/Assessor Karen Lane told commissioners on Monday the county … more
Madisonville residents will find a small increase in their trash removal fees after the Madisonville City Council approved a rate change on Monday. City Manager Camilla Viator said the … more
The Madison County Chamber of Commerce honored two very deserving people, as well as a successful 2018, during its annual banquet on Friday. The several hundred guests assembled at Seton Hall … more
CENTERVILLE — Leon County Judge Deborah Evans issued a ruling on Monday stating that Texas Central, the firm behind a proposed high-speed rail between Dallas and Houston, was not a railway, and … more
Local Archer Zachary Rebstock continues to find success in a number of tournaments while putting in work with his professional coach, Michael Braden, as well as his local Woodlands JOAD team and the Madison County 4-H Archery Club, which he is now president. more
AUSTIN, TX – Jason Cleere has been named to the Texas Beef Council (TBC) and the Beef Promotion Research Council of Texas (BPRCT) board of directors. This is his fourth term on the board and he serves as a representative of the Independent Cattlemen’s Association (ICA). Board members’ terms coincide with TBC’s fiscal year that began on Oct. 1. more
The Madisonville CISD School Board approved the new school calendar for the 2019-20 academic year on Monday, their first as a District of Innovation, during their monthly meeting for February. more
WAXAHACHIE — County Court Judge Jim Chapman last week denied requests for summary judgment and case consolidation in three cases related to the proposed high-speed rail. Two of the cases were … more
NORTH ZULCH — The weather was cool, the chili was warm, and the fundraising was hot at the third annual North Zulch Volunteer Fire Department Chili Cook-off on Saturday. Fire Chief Tony Clay … more
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