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Attention Iola ISD elementary parents: This is a message from the elementary administration. Our previous plans for our after-school program fell through at the last minute. But we are creating our own after school program this year! We are working on the details now, and it will begin after the first six weeks. More info to come. more
Saturday will mark the 78th anniversary of the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor, which was followed by our country’s entry into World War II. I have heard from some folks that they have things to share regarding family and Pearl Harbor, and hopefully they will before next year. more
Matthew 14:22-36 says, "Immediately Jesus made the disciples get into the boat and go on ahead of him to the other side, while he dismissed the crowd. After he had dismissed them, he went up on a … more
The North Zulch ISD School Board held their monthly meeting for September on Thursday and discussed new upgrades in the district’s technology that will also prove reliable for continued student safety moving forward. more
MCISD teacher and former coach Lauren Lindsey was inducted into the Sam Houston State Athletics Hall-of-Fame on Nov. 9 for her performance in the Bearkat softball program from 2003 to 2006. more
The North Zulch Bulldogs basketball team dropped a pair of road games at Somerville and Snook over the week by scores of 52-35 and 68-31 to conclude their first half of district play with a record of 1-4. more
The Madisonville tennis team concluded their regular season with their district match at MHS last week and will send the senior doubles duo of Kennedy Bryant and Harper Wiseman to the Regional Tournament in Bryan on April 17-18. more
Is the bulging field of Democrats seeking the 2020 presidential nomination a sign of strength? Or is it a troubling indication that wresting the presidency from Donald Trump won't be as easy as it ought to be? more
There’s an adage you’ve probably heard since childhood from your parents, teachers and other authority figures: Clean up after yourself. Well, even the strongest city governments in the country cannot clean up by themselves. more
War has come to my yard! But this battle doesn’t involve modern conventional weapons with individual rounds of ammunition that cost almost as much as my eldest and most expensive daughter’s wardrobe. Instead, this is a battle against one of the most annoying forces of nature known to man – the scourge of autumn leaves. more
Madisonville’s 15 FFA judging teams concluded their four months of study and practice in April with 12 of the squads advancing to state competitions, which took place in five different locations. more
Sophomore students at North Zulch ISD are now eligible to get a head start on their college courses along with juniors and seniors in the district since the board agreed to extend the dual credit program during the summer. more
With football season in full swing, it is easy to forget that the NBA and NCAA basketball seasons are off and running. Less than 20 games into the new professional season, the Houston Rockets have hovered around 500 and the Carmelo Anthony experiment has already seemed to have failed as of late last week. more
The Madisonville Mustangs soccer team dropped a non-district contest on the road in Cleveland on Friday by a score of 3-0. more
The Texas Tech Red Raiders reached overtime in the National Championship on Monday night before falling 85-77 to the Virginia Cavaliers, ending their remarkable run just one win short of the first title in program history. more
A poll nestled between the end of a Texas legislative session and the beginning of what promises to be a tumultuous 2020 election has just the right blend of what happened and what’s next — along with a look at what Texas voters are thinking about. With that setup, here are some talking points from the University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll we rolled out this week: more
Madison County Republican Party 2019 Reagan Dinner The Madison County Republican Party will hold the 2019 Reagan Dinner Sept. 28 at the Sidwalk Cattlemen’s Association Pavilion, featuring … more
It’s a bit much to suggest that the middle in Texas politics is blossoming into a giant political force, but there are signs of life outside the most progressive and conservative corners of the electorate. more
Local Madisonville Christian faith leaders gathered in front of the court house on Thursday evening with about 50 people in attendance to celebrate the 67th National Day of Prayer in the United States. more
The North Zulch Booster Club will hold a ‘Harvest Hoedown DJ and Dance’ benefit on Saturday night at the Madison County Fairgrounds. more
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