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Organizers for this year’s Texas Mushroom Festival feel positive about the success of this year’s event, especially as it was one that almost didn’t happen. TMF President Steve Carter said … more
The new smart water meters installed by the city of Madisonville have one resident boiling mad. Harvey Johnson told commissioners at the Oct. 9 meeting that being charged $500 if a resident … more
With the lack of coverage by the media, you may have missed the House of Representatives pass three important bills that will help ensure continued momentum from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. … more
Madisonville public safety officials hosted an annual festival for National Night Out at Lake Madison on Tuesday night. more
North Zulch ISD has added a number of technological upgrades to their campus and operations in order to improve the quality atmosphere of education for students involved but also their safety. more
Lawyers for state Sen. Charles Schwertner, a Georgetown Republican alleged to have sent lewd messages to a graduate student, said Wednesday that the University of Texas at Austin has hired former … more
The Madison County Commissioners’ Court on Tuesday took steps to limit the spending of officials who have been voted out of office. With dissension from County Judge C.E. McDaniel, who was … more
The Texas Mushroom Festival, set for Oct. 13, is hoping to be the proverbial phoenix rising from the ashes. Festival Chairman Steve Carter said he has very high expectations for the festival … more
The Stitchin' Hens Quilting Group’s displays during the Texas Mushroom Festival do more that highlight the group’s talent — the highlight the group’s hearts as well. The local ladies … more
As the Lady Mustangs battled the visiting Mexia Lady Cats on Sept. 28, a sea of red shirts worn by excited young girls could be found on the home side of the gymnasium. Later, the … more
AUSTIN — An otherwise sleepy race in Central Texas sprang to life last week as an allegation of sexual misconduct surfaced against state Sen. Charles Schwertner, R-Georgetown — one Schwertner … more
Children’s book author Steve Swinburne visited North Zulch elementary on Tuesday to discuss his work and assist any future aspiring writers through song and fun. more
Kim Olson, the Democratic nominee for Texas Commissioner of Agriculture and retired Colonel in the U.S. Air Force, visited Madisonville on Thursday to attend the Madison County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting at the Kimbro Center. more
On Tuesday night at Lake Madison, public safety officials will host National Night Out from 6-9 p.m. more
The benefits of owning your own home as opposed to renting was one of the central themes of the Sept. 15 home ownership workshop in Madisonville. This is the third year that the NAACP Madison … more
The Madison County Juneteenth Organization recognized past and present leaders in the community at its annual banquet on Saturday. The organization raises funds for scholarships in conjunction … more
The Madison County Commissioners’ Court gave its blessing to the Appraisal District budget on Monday, but only after questioning the amount of raises that were provided for the staff. Matt … more
2018 MC/MA Reunion set The Madisonville Colored/Marian Anderson Alumni Association has scheduled the annual Panther Alumni Reunion for Oct. 6. At 8 a.m., there will be a breakfast at the … more
Madisonville Public Works employees saw firsthand the immediate dangers of striking a gas line during a mock scenario and informational session at the Kimbro Center on Thursday. more
The North Zulch ISD School Board held their monthly meeting for September on Thursday and discussed new upgrades in the district’s technology that will also prove reliable for continued student safety moving forward. more
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