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North Zulch and Normangee residents may experience an electricity outage Saturday morning more
Had one north Texas woman not gotten into a fender bender last year, police might have never arrested her for carrying a cat-shaped self-defense keychain in her purse, and the law banning those same weapons might have gone unnoticed. more
AUSTIN — The Texas School Safety Update, a report highlighting progress made to keep students and teachers safe at school, was released by Gov. Greg Abbott on Aug. 27. more
Apologies to T.S. Eliot, but September -- not April -- is the cruelest month. more
AUSTIN – The Texas Transportation Commission approved TxDOT’s 10-year transportation plan Thursday, an initiative that includes more than $77 billion dedicated to improving safety, addressing congestion and connectivity, and preserving roadways for Texas drivers. more
U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady recognizes there are problems in the healthcare system around the county, but proposals by some of the Democrats running for president are not the solution, he says. more
The Texas Transportation Commission approved TxDOT’s 10-year transportation plan Thursday, an initiative that includes more than $77 billion dedicated to improving safety, addressing congestion and connectivity, and preserving roadways for Texas drivers. more
Gov. Greg Abbott’s Thursday morning endorsement of state Rep. Dustin Burrows of Lubbock is a signal that the Republican establishment in Texas is trying to close ranks in advance of the 2020 elections. more
With the month of September just around the corner, school is officially underway, football stadiums will light up the Friday night sky, and sportsmen and women will finally have a chance to get back in the field with a shotgun for dove season. With that in mind, I want to encourage all of my fellow hunters to download the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department's Outdoor Annual App on your smartphone. more
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on Aug. 22 hosted the first meeting of the Texas Safety Commission, pulling together a group of lawmakers, educators, advocates, community leaders and public safety experts. more
It’s not going to help with air conditioning for the rest of the summer, but electric bills for Entergy customers in Madison County and elsewhere should decline beginning in September due to lower fixed fuel costs, the company said recently. more
Travelers hitting the road for the long Labor Day weekend – usually the last chance for summer travel, even if temperatures will remain at oven-like levels for weeks to come – will find some relief at the pump this year. more
Madison County Commissioners updated the county’s emergency management plan, health insurance for county employees and a computer server during a packed agenda Monday during their regular meeting. more
The Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District (MCISD) held a special board meeting on Monday in order to adopt the budget and tax rates for the 2019-20 school year. more
GULFPORT, Ms. – “We Build, We Fight” has been the motto of the U. S. Navy’s Construction Force, known as the “Seabees,” for more than 75 years. Petty Officer 2nd Class Lance Ferguson, a 2011 Madisonville High School graduate and native of Midway, Texas, builds and fights around the world as a member of naval construction battalion center located in Gulfport, Mississippi. more
AUSTIN — Texas now boasts its own Domestic Terrorism Task Force, established by order of the governor in the wake of the deadly Aug. 3 shooting in El Paso. more
Tommy Killough didn’t believe it at first. The Madisonville resident was outside of the recently-opened Sunny Food Mart on North May Street when cashier Naz Shamas bolted out the convenience store’s door. more
The Madisonville City Council voted Thursday night to lower the speed limit on East Trinity St. near downtown to 20 miles per hour to address safety concerns along the route. more
The First Baptist Church in Madisonville hosted the 11th annual MCISD teacher and staff luncheon last Tuesday in the Family Life Center. more
Madisonville Consolidate Independent School District (MCISD) elementary and intermediate campuses have qualified to operate the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program, which will provide free breakfast and lunch to all children and eliminate the collection of meal applications for free, reduced-price and paid student meals. more
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