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The annual Madisonville Fourth of July celebration has been postponed due to restrictions relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Madisonville Director of Marketing and Tourism Laura Lawrenz. The events will be rescheduled for Sept. 5, Labor Day Weekend. more
The North Zulch Booster Club will hold a ‘Harvest Hoedown DJ and Dance’ benefit on Saturday night at the Madison County Fairgrounds. more
There’s lots of turmoil in the world and even our country today. A lot of that I’ve even touched on here. You know, there’s the nonsense with the latest election, especially in Florida. … more
The Madisonville Powerlifting squad impressed last week at the Leon Cougar Invitational with a number of top finishes. more
Ashlyn Teran is making an impact as a freshman for the Bellevue University (Neb.) softball team. more
Looking forward to Thursday, July 4, the Bedias Civic Club is planning a big Independence Day celebration, including free hotdogs with 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 & friends. more
Winter Storytime at library Winter Storytime for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers at the Madison County Library begins Thursday and continues through Feb. 27, with some holiday closures. … more
The Madisonville women’s soccer team fell 10-0 to Palestine at MHS Feb. 25 to drop to 3-1 in district before beginning the second round of league play at Westwood Tuesday. more
Madison County officials announced Wednesday that the ninth confirmed case of COVID-19 has arrived in the county. more
The Mustangs combined for a total of 545 rushing yards and seven touchdowns in Friday’s 49-7 blowout victory in Caldwell over the Hornets to improve to 1-2 on the year. more
AUSTIN — The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding motorists to make safety an integral part of their Thanksgiving travel plans and to celebrate the holiday responsibly. “As … more
The Rams and Patriots are set to battle for the right to call themselves NFL champions this Sunday at Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta. more
The city of Madisonville took a cautious route Monday night on whether to offer residents the services of a warranty company to handle repairs on external water lines, sewer lines and in-home plumbing and drainage lines, repairs not under the city’s purview. more
All district offices will be closed July 1- July 5. more
Texas Central Partners, the company hoping to build a high-speed rail system between Houston and Dallas that would cut through Madison County, announced Friday that it had signed a design and construction contract with Italian civil engineering firm Salini Impregilo SpA, potentially moving the rail project forward. more
The Mercantile at Main Street Market will host the First Christmas Tree Lighting event on Monday. There will be free professional pictures with Santa and ornaments for the elementary school students! The lighting of the tree will take place at 6 p.m. more
Maci Sanders shook off a slump to earn herself a weekly conference honor. more
North Zulch ISD passed a proposed tax restructure after Monday’s Tax Ratification Election (TRE) by a total count of 68 votes for the restructure and 20 votes opposed. more
The Madisonville volleyball team dropped two games this week to Centerville at home and Montgomery on the road. more
Donald Ray Clute was born March 4, 1942, in Madison County, to W.L. and Mable Walrath Clute. He graduated from Madisonville High School in 1961 and attended Blinn Junior College. He died at home … more
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