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A pair of road projects that has led to recent standstill traffic on southbound Interstate 45 en route to destinations south of Madison County could stretch until October, according to the Texas Department of Transportation. more
COLLEGE STATION – The 2019 Ranch Horse Program, to be held  Aug. 4 in College Station in conjunction with the Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course, will cover a range of topics for successful equine management. more
It has been a wild summer for sports. From the Toronto Raptors taking the NBA Championship to the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team prevailing in the World Cup once more, there has been no shortage of entertainment for the casual sports fan. more
Madisonville local Zachary Rebstock has compiled a number of top finishes since he began competing in archery. He picked up another first place finish at the Texas State Archery Association (TSAA) Outdoor Target Championships over the weekend, where he also earned a U.S.A. Gold Medal and set a new TSAA record. more
Madisonville’s Aly Ghormley has been chosen to represent Bloomer Trailers out of hundreds of high school rodeo athletes across the country. The Bloomer Trailers team consists of 33 teams representing 13 states. more
Members of Madisonville’s Carpe Diem Dance Studio traveled to Kissimmee, Fla. for Nationals over the weekend to compete against dozens of dance studios from around the country for prestigious top honors at ‘Showstopper’, the largest dance competition in the U.S. more
Days on Market, aka D.O.M., is the number of days a property has been listed on a broker’s multiple listing service such as Houston Association of Realtors. D.O.M. in real estate is important for buyers and sellers, because it is a measurable statistic that gauges the property’s performance on the market. New properties get viewed the most when they’re new to the market more
“We now have an actual humanitarian crisis on the border that only underscores the need to drop the politics and fix our immigration system once and for all.” more
Maybe Marianne Williamson is The Texan. That title is contested, most recently wrested from Beto O’Rourke of El Paso and San Antonio’s Julián Castro. Lots of people think those are the only two Texans in the hunt for the Democratic Party’s presidential 2020 nomination. more
Cross Baptist Church will host Vacation Bible School 2019. Bring your kids to join us for a fun-filled week discovering Jesus from Eternity Past to Eternity Future! VBS will be held July 29-Aug. 2, Monday - Friday from 6:15-8:30 pm. Ages Pre-k thru 6th grade Completed will be able to attend. Plan for your whole family to join us on Friday night for food and fun! more
Charles Roy "Charlie" Bristow, 86, from Midway, TX; passed away on Saturday; July 6, 2019 in Lewisville, TX. A celebration of Charlie’s life is scheduled for noon on Saturday; July 13, 2019 at the First Baptist Church in Madisonville, TX with Brandon Maness officiating. A private family burial with military honors will be held prior to the service at Madisonville City Cemetery at 11am. The visitation is scheduled for Friday from 5-7pm also at the First Baptist Church. more
Thank you to everyone who joined us Thursday evening for the Bedias Civic Club Independence Day celebration, a great time was had by all. more
AUSTIN — Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick on June 28 released the names of his appointees to the Texas Legislature’s 2021 Redistricting Committee. more
Here is some important trivia for you: We are in the middle of National Farriers Week, which began 21 years ago, so hats off to Jimmy Dutton, Donnie McKinney and all of you other guys around here who shoe horses. more
The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) will host a ranch gathering at the Pridgeon Center in Franklin Thursday to discuss relevant updates in both agricultural law enforcement and government affairs. more
Madisonville County Commissioners agreed Monday to add its support to the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas in the tribe’s efforts to keep its Naskila gaming facility in Livingston open. more
Madisonville Public Works employees are still struggling with water well No. 3 – which in addition to other uses, feeds the city’s Splash Pad attraction at Lake Madison Park – an issue that has now stretched on for months. more
A graveside service for Mary Susan Peters, age 61, was held 1 P.M., Monday, July 1, 2019 at Mt. Tabor Cemetery, north of Madisonville. Mrs. Peters passed away June 27, 2019 at her home in Houston. more
Annie Vivian (Madole) Farris was born on January 7, 1912, to Amos Daniel Madole and Bertha Lee (Strawther) Madole. Vivian passed away on June 30, 2019, at the age of 107. She was preceded in death by her parents, her three brothers: Lee Madole, Melvin Madole, Wade Madole, and five sisters: Ivy Mae Madole Payne, Grace Madole Standley, Janie Madole Standley, Ruby Madole White, and Margie Madole Prescott. She was also preceded in death by the father of her children, Jeff A. Farris, Sr., and an infant son, Russell Daniel Farris. more
Looking forward to Thursday, the Bedias Civic Club is planning a big Independence Day celebration, including free hotdogs with all the trimmings and watermelon until we run out. We will have our fireworks show starting at dark. Please come join us and bring your family and friends. more
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