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Recent rainfall in the Madison County area caused the county to close roads, place sandbags and even go so far as to declare the county a disaster area. County records indicate that between … more
Jeanette Davis is not your average 77-year old. Unless you consider jumping out of an airplane to qualify as average, that is. more
Two incumbents on the North Zulch ISD school board will be challenged for their positions in the upcoming general election on Nov. 6. more
State Representative for District 57 Trent Ashby visited Madisonville CISD on Wednesday morning to participate in a roundtable discussion with the school board. more
In the race for State House District 57, incumbent Republican Trent Ashby will defend his seat against challenger Jason Rogers. District 57 encompasses Leon, Madison, Houston, Trinity, Angelina … more
By Tony Farkas tony.farkas@madisonvillemeteor.com In light of the damage done by recent rains, the Madison County Commissioners’ Court on Monday approved moving money out of its … more
Early voting began Monday, Oct. 22, for the 2018 November General Election. At stake in this year’s vote is the U.S. and state representative positions, a U.S. Senate position currently held … more
Ethelay Sanchez, who was born in Midway on October 13, 1918, celebrated her 100th birthday on Saturday afternoon surrounded by family and friends. more
The Madisonville CISD school board approved a resolution to investigate becoming a district of innovation, which could exempt them from certain Texas Education Agency stipulations and allow them to operate independently in certain areas. more
North Zulch ISD is prepared to go live with the Rave Panic Button application, which they believe will make their campus a safer place for their students and gives staff a better chance of combating an emergency. more
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
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