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Compared to the crowds jamming the past two Madison County Commissioners’ Court meetings, Monday morning was a rather thinly attended affair, with no contentious items on the agenda. more
The city of Madisonville took a cautious route Monday night on whether to offer residents the services of a warranty company to handle repairs on external water lines, sewer lines and in-home plumbing and drainage lines, repairs not under the city’s purview. more
The Madisonville CISD technology department showcased their operations during the monthly board meeting for April on Monday and presented the instructional technology used in the district’s classrooms to teach the children. more
Scotty’s House, Brazos Valley’s Child Advocacy Center, recognized April as Childhood Abuse Prevention Month on the Square on Wednesday and signed an updated agreement with county officials to ensure the effectiveness of their continued relationship. more
The community voted in a new board of directors to run Madisonville Little League last Monday after an email sent from within the previous board raised questions of negligence from a number of concerned parents. more
April Towery of Sealy, 42, has been charged with intoxication manslaughter after colliding with the rear of a family’s SUV on Highway 75 near Madisonville last Friday night at 10 p.m., according to … more
AUSTIN — Last week, with 60 days remaining until the end of the 140-day regular session of the 86th Texas Legislature, the House and Senate vaulted closer toward finalizing a state budget. more
A six-mile section of OSR west of Normangee shut down Monday until late this year as the Texas Department of Transportation launched efforts to “rehabilitate the roadway.” more
The International Finals Youth Rodeo (IFYR) will open registration online at IFYR.com beginning on April 1. Offering more than $250,000 in prize money for contestants to pursue, the 27th annual IFYR will be held July 7-12 at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee, Okla. more
North Zulch ISD middle schoolers Harli Mott, Drake Lummus, Avery O’Neal and Marissa Stewart represented the district last Wednesday at Navasota’s 11th Annual Special Olympics event at Rattler Football Stadium. more
North Zulch ISD passed a resolution to officially become a District of Innovation at their monthly board meeting for March on Thursday. more
North Zulch Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) surpassed their mark of raising $5,000 for pediatric cancer research by over two thousand with their Superhero 5K Run on Saturday at the Shepherd Creek Subdivision. more
A number of Madisonville UIL Academic students took home top results in their district meet and will now represent the school at the regional competition at Sam Houston State University on April 13. more
A six-mile section of OSR will close Monday for more than a year as construction on the road amplifies. more
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
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