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County notifications change

Madison County is now working with Everbridge, a leader in unified critical communications, to keep residents, staff and emergency personnel safe and informed with emergency notifications and public … more

Madisonville ready to light up the night

For the first time in recent history, Madisonville is planning a Fourth of July celebration, set to kick off at 4 p.m. Monday at Lake Madison, 1215 E. Collard St. Residents are invited to attend … more

City hires new patrol officer

Madisonville Police Department continues bolstering its resources, adding another new hire this month. Ryan Dowdy, 25, joined the force on June 20. The Sam Houston State University graduate has a … more

Wind ensemble headed to state

Madisonville’s Junior High Wind Ensemble recently entered the Outstanding Performer Series (OPS) and advanced to the state level of competition. “This is a very high honor for our students and … more

Fish, flames brighten Midway

A crowd gathered Saturday for the Midway Volunteer Fire Department’s annual fish fry – an opportunity to give back to the community, according to organizers. While the VFD holds two … more

Fish fry

Families turned out Saturday for the Midway Volunteer Fire Department fish fry at the station on School Road. more

Extension Office kicks off program

A record number of youth showed up for the kickoff of the fourth annual “Fun Fridays” program at the Madison County Extension Office on School Street. Extension Program Assistant Leslie … more

Schools getting facelifts

About $8.4 million worth of upgrades are underway in the Madisonville school district but will take at least two years to complete. The school board last week authorized the issuance, sale and … more

Residents observe Juneteenth

The Madison County community gathered on the square Saturday morning for the 31st annual Juneteenth parade. Led by Madisonville Police Chief Herbert Gilbert, the parade included horseback riders, … more


Construction is underway at Madisonville High School as part of an $8.4 million bond issue approved in 2015. more

Fun Fridays

Local youth turned out in droves for the June 17 kickoff of the “Fun Fridays” program at the Madison County Extension Office. more


A family participates in the annual Juneteeth parade, adorning a float that comes down North Elm Street. more
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