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The Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District (MCISD) held a special board meeting on Monday in order to adopt the budget and tax rates for the 2019-20 school year. more
The football world welcomed back the college season on Saturday by watching a 24-20 Florida Gators victory over the Miami Hurricanes in Orlando. But during the third quarter, shocking news broke at the professional level that could significantly alter the 2019 season and more. more
The Madisonville Mustangs participated in a dual match against Caldwell on Thursday in Bryan and came home with a 20-15 team victory over the Hornets. more
The North Zulch Lady Bulldogs volleyball team lost a home contest to Madisonville in straight sets on Aug. 27 to drop their non-district record to 8-3 to start the season. more
The Madisonville Lady Mustangs volleyball team picked up a victory in straight sets over the North Zulch Lady Bulldogs on Aug. 20 and competed in a tournament in Athens on Friday and Saturday. more
The Madisonville football team is just two days away from their regular season opener at Bellville, who defeated the Mustangs 10-7 in a week one matchup at MHS last season. more
GULFPORT, Ms. – “We Build, We Fight” has been the motto of the U. S. Navy’s Construction Force, known as the “Seabees,” for more than 75 years. Petty Officer 2nd Class Lance Ferguson, a 2011 Madisonville High School graduate and native of Midway, Texas, builds and fights around the world as a member of naval construction battalion center located in Gulfport, Mississippi. more
Pool Chapel Baptist Church revival Pool Chapel Baptist Church will host their annual revival Aug. 27-29, 7:30 p.m. each night at 1008 N McIver St. in Madisonville. Revival minister Rev. A.C. Clark … more
Burn Bans are now in effect for Grimes and many nearby counties, please be diligent in observing these restrictions and safety measures. more
Here in Madisonville, Durham School Services transports more than 840 students every school day. With school back in session I would like to share a few startling and upsetting facts regarding motorists who break the law when they disobey the extended stop arms and drive around buses while children are loading or unloading. more
Quid pro quo. Sounds scandalous, doesn’t it? Especially when the players include the Speaker of the House Dennis Bonnen and historically antagonistic political activist Michael Quinn Sullivan. And while allegations of quid pro quo, and even references to bribery, may make for entertaining political fodder, the public should be cautious when racing to criminalize the bare-knuckled style of politics that has long been a staple of the Texas statehouse. more
'Ah, yes, you speak of a recent Pew Research Center survey that found '46% of adult social media users say they feel 'worn out by political posts and discussions they see on social media' - a share that 'has risen 9 percentage points since the summer of 2016, when the Center last asked this question.'' more
Claud Andrew Huepers; 46 years, 5 months, and 5 days; of Normangee, TX passed away on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 in Tucson, AZ. Graveside services are scheduled for 11AM on Saturday; August 24, 2019 at Mt. Tabor Cemetery in Madisonville, TX. Swen Crone will officiate. more
Minnie Sue “Baby Jane” (Reynolds) Bishop was born July 3, 1936 in Patroon, Shelby County, Texas. She was the youngest child of William Christopher “Bill” Reynolds and Minnie Elizabeth Curry. On her maternal side she was a third generation Texan, and on her paternal side she was of the fourth generation born in Texas. Minnie’s family called her by her nickname, “Baby Jane”, from a very young age. She was Jane from then on. Jane was a lifelong Baptist. more
The following information is the second part of a summer rerun, from what appeared in the Meteor three years ago this month. It continues the fiery story of Madison County’s courthouses. more
AUSTIN — Texas now boasts its own Domestic Terrorism Task Force, established by order of the governor in the wake of the deadly Aug. 3 shooting in El Paso. more
It’s that time of year. The streets are busier in the early morning and then again in the mid-afternoon hours as busses and parents whisk our youth to and from school. more
Tommy Killough didn’t believe it at first. The Madisonville resident was outside of the recently-opened Sunny Food Mart on North May Street when cashier Naz Shamas bolted out the convenience store’s door. more
The Madisonville City Council voted Thursday night to lower the speed limit on East Trinity St. near downtown to 20 miles per hour to address safety concerns along the route. more
The First Baptist Church in Madisonville hosted the 11th annual MCISD teacher and staff luncheon last Tuesday in the Family Life Center. more
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