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The Texas Department of Health Services will offer another day of drive-through swab testing for the COVID-19 virus from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday at the MCISD bus barn, according to Madison County … more
Madison County will allow the Stay Safe order to expire at the designated time Friday in accordance with Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order, but the curfew issued April 13 remains in effect, according to a Thursday press release from County Judge Tony Leago’s office. more
AUSTIN — Texas continued to feel the effects of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic last week as Gov. Greg Abbott and advisors worked on a plan to ease his statewide stay-at-home order. more
The Madison County Courthouse will reopen to the public Monday after weeks of closure due to the social distancing related to the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday afternoon that stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of COVID-19 will expire at the end of April, and some businesses in the state will be allowed to reopen if they adopt “safe standards.” more
The Madisonville CISD school board approved temporary modifications to their grading policy to accommodate for time missed during the COVID-19 pandemic at a special meeting Thursday and discussed the possibility of a virtual graduation. more
Madison County is in the process of establishing drive-through testing sites for the COVID-19 virus, officials announced via a SMS text message to citizens Wednesday. more
Texas Parks and Wildlife (TPWD) reminded the public to avoid touching wild animals in their backyards, neighborhoods or surrounding areas as their presence grows even more prevalent during the quarantine. more
AUSTIN — In line with signals from the White House to restart the nation's economy, Gov. Greg Abbott on April 17 issued executive orders to move the Lone Star State toward normalizing citizens’ activities during the COVID-19 crisis. more
MidSouth Electric Co-op, which operates electric service to parts of Madison County and six other counties in the region, said Monday that members would receive a bill credit, lowering May and June payments. more
Tuesday marked a week since the second confirmed case of COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, showed up in Madison County and there have been no new cases confirmed since, according to Emergency Management Coordinator Shelly Butts. more
All Texas public and private schools will remain closed for the remainder of the academic year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Friday. more
While the COVID-19 pandemic makes its mark across the state of Texas, experts are vastly concerned with the impact it is having on private medical establishments and what the future holds for the practices. more
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on April 8 announced a partnership between the Texas Military Department and Prestige Ameritech to increase production of personal protective equipment for health care workers. more
The Madisonville City Council agreed Monday to use new technology to map the city’s aging water and sewer lines, allowing maintenance workers to swiftly locate the source of leaks and stem them off without cutting water off to other areas. more
As part of efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, Madison County is now under a curfew order, prohibiting most travel in the county from 11:59 p.m. to 5 a.m. each day, County Judge Tony Leago told commissioners Monday at their regularly scheduled meeting. more
The first confirmed case of COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, hit Madison County Thursday, and other cases are reportedly appearing. more
Madisonville Police Department officers arrested longtime FBI fugitive Heather Renee Inks in Madisonville April 4. Inks, accused of abducting her 10-year-old daughter in 2014, was ultimately taken into custody by the Madison County Sheriff’s Department and the U.S. Department of Justice in the early hours of the morning. more
As of Monday, Madison County issued a curfew for all areas that will last from 11:59 p.m. until 5 a.m. Individuals should remain in or on their personal property and avoid traveling on any public … more
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on April 1 posted an online video message seeking Texans’ individual and collective help to reduce the spread of the deadly new coronavirus, COVID-19. more
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