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Huntsville Christian Women’s Connection June Luncheon The Huntsville Christian Women’s Connection will hold its June luncheon on June 20 at Elkins Lake Clubhouse, 632 Cherry Hills Drive in … more
With the Legislative Session in the rearview mirror, I'll be returning to a bi-weekly column schedule to provide periodic updates on what's happening around the state and in the district. Though the heavy legislative lifting behind us, it's never too early to start preparing for the 87th Legislative Session, which will not begin until January of 2021. With that in mind, I want to encourage you to continue contacting my office with your thoughts on ways that we can work to address issues that matter to you in the future. more
Public officials have to keep their snark on a leash — to an extent that would make many of us squirm. more
Velda Mae (Rice) Raspberry, 84, passed away on June 12, 2019 in Reston, VA. Funeral services are scheduled for 1pm on Thursday; June 20, 2019 at Day Funeral Home Chapel in Madisonville, TX with Bro. Warren Hunt officiating. The visitation is scheduled for 12 p.m. also on Thursday at Day Funeral Home Chapel. The burial will follow the service at High Prairie Cemetery in Madisonville, TX. more
AUSTIN — Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, House Speaker Dennis Bonnen, R-Angleton, and 23 House and Senate members joined Gov. Greg Abbott in Houston on June 13 as he signed four disaster preparedness and relief bills into law. more
I sometimes enjoy watching reruns of some favorite television series episodes. I would watch Barney Fife tell Andy Griffith to “Nip it in the bud” any day. Also, I’d enjoy and laugh at any of Ernest T. Bass’s appearances on Andy Griffith, or Tim Conway on Carol Burnett. more
Have you ever noticed how many selfies are taken in cars? That intrigues me. I wonder why that is? Maybe car seats are the new photo props? more
The Toronto Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors on the road for the third time of the 2019 NBA Finals on Thursday to secure their first ever title in franchise history in six games. more
Local youngsters of all age groups will have the opportunity to sharpen their track skills and compete in the ‘Clash at Trinity’ youth track and field meet, which will take place at Mustang Stadium on July 6. more
The Brazos Valley Cavalry FC of the USL League Two soccer league will be hosting Madisonville Community Night during their June 28 matchup against the Mississippi Brilla at Nutrabolt Stadium in Bryan. more
It will be a new-look offseason for athletes in North Zulch as they try to stay on top of their games outside of school in the summer months. more
The North Zulch Independent School District (NZISD) was pleased with the improvements they saw from elementary and junior high STAAR scores, which they received last week. more
Project STEP (Substance Use, Treatment, Education, Prevention), an organization dedicated to expanding public health response to opioid misuse in rural Texas, recently began a study in Madison and Burleson Counties to address substance use issues impacting the communities with a special emphasis on opioids. more
Detective Sergeant Lucas Cunningham of the Madisonville Police Department knows what it takes to save a life. more
Funeral services for Ellen Sylvia McVeigh were held 11 A.M., Friday, June 14, 2019 at Living Truth Church in Madisonville. Evangelist Jeff Taylor officiated the service, and burial followed in Madisonville Cemetery. more
Funeral services for Barney Clary, age 96, of Iola, Texas, were held 10 A.M., Friday, June 14, 2019 at Cross Baptist Church in Grimes County. Rev. Munroe Rice officiated the service, and interment followed in Cross Cemetery. more
Ada Fay Musgrove was born October 12, 1922 in Hempstead, Texas and passed away June 9, 2019 in Bryan, Texas. Her parents were Valentine & Mattie (Pugh) Means. She worked as a salesperson in the retail business for many years and had lived in Houston prior to moving to Madison County in 1982. more
The Madisonville City Council appointed Dale Kovacs, recently ousted from his own city council seat in city elections, to the city’s Planning and Zoning Committee Monday night, extending Kovacs’ public service career for a while. more
Bedias welcomes the “Wit & Wisdom” art exhibition to the Bedias Civic Center from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday. Everyone is welcome to join us for this one-day exhibition and please look for notices on how you can see more of the exhibit around town over the next couple of weeks, and even purchase some of the art for your home, if so inclined. more
Midway Juneteenth Parade The Midway Juneteenth Parade will take place at 9 a.m. Saturday in downtown Midway with grand marshalls Brenda Ford, mayor of Midway, and Trent Ashby, Texas Representative … more
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