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Area Digest Feb. 14, 2018

Black History Month event set RF Riders of Midway and the NAACP Madisonville Chapter will co-host the 2018 Midway/Madisonville History Awareness Program Saturday, Feb. 24, at the Kimbro Center, … more

Community rallies around child

The rubber bracelets are red, Carlie's favorite color, and the letters that spell "Pray for Carlie" are white. The two colors just seem right for a feisty third-grader. The bracelets refer to … more

100-year old Valentine

Valentine's Day has always meant more to longtime Madisonville resident James T. Mooney, who also happens to celebrate his birthday on Feb. 14. This year, however, the holiday holds even more … more

City OKs Fire Department deal

The Madisonville City County on Monday approved a “memorandum of understanding” with Madison County regarding fire protection outside of the city limits.   However, the … more

Midway council discusses electric meters

MIDWAY - Entergy representative Ronnie Hale discussed the company's move to smart meters at the Midway City Council meeting on Jan. 29. "We (Entergy) are one of the last companies to make the … more

County picks contractor for repairs

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Chamber celebrates 2017

Keynote speaker Priscilla Pate talked with Madison County Chamber of Commerce members about vision, and it was clear on Friday, as two very deserving members of the community received awards for … more

Chili warms bodies, souls

NORTH ZULCH - Almost doubling in size, the North Zulch Fire Department'a annual Chili and Gumbo Cook-Off on Saturday was a success, raising more than $5,000 for the department. NZFD Chief Tony … more

Eight seeking nomination as JP

Both precincts for Madison County Justice of the Peace are up for election this year, but only one of the current JPs is running for re-election. Precinct 2's Lew Plotts has opted to step down … more

Local youth shine in Fort Worth

FORT WORTH - Amanda May, a 4-H member from North Zulch, captured Division IV Reserve Champion in Junior Limousin Beef Heifer Show at the 2018 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo on Jan. 22. The 2018 … more

Area Digest Feb. 7, 2018

Mail ballots available Voters who are eligible and wish to vote by mail must obtain, complete and return an application for ballot by mail no later than Feb. 23, 2018. Applications may be obtained … more

County vocal in opposition to rail project

Most hands were raised by Madison County residents when asked who opposed a high-speed rail bisecting the county. At a Federal Rail Administration public hearing on Monday, residents spoke … more

Brady addresses community

Kevin Brady, head of the U.S. House Ways & Means Committee, on Jan. 23 expressed concern about the route of the proposed high-speed rail project while touting his accomplishments in … more

Area Digest Jan. 31, 2018

Mail ballots available Voters who are eligible and wish to vote by mail must obtain, complete and return an application for ballot by mail no later than Feb. 23, 2018. Applications may be obtained … more

Three vie for seat on commissioner's court

Three Republicans have thrown their hats into the ring to gain the nomination for the Precinct 2 County Commissioner's Court seat. As with all local races, only Republicans have filed, meaning … more

North Zulch prepares for FCCLA

NORTH ZULCH - The North Zulch Family, Career and Community Leaders of America has been preparing for six Students Taking Action with Recognition events for the organization's upcoming regional … more

New officer living her dream

Madisonville's newest police officer is fulfilling a desire she has had since childhood - that of being a protector of her community. The 38-year-old Brandy Reid, a Panhandle transplant, moved to … more

County urged to confront rail project

A lighter tone of a Madison County Commissioners' Court meeting turned a bit heavy when two county residents informed the county about upcoming meetings about a proposed high-speed rail … more

Museum needs volunteers

The Madison County Museum offers a unique peak into local history and is filled with stories and items from the past that help us understand the community as a whole. However, like other local … more

New officer brings experience

Ricci Ostermayer brings not only experience, but a history of law enforcement to the Madisonville Police Department. He also brings a willing spirit, a helping hand and a desire to … more
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