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It was a chance encounter with the chief of the Hearne Police Department in 2006 that would ultimately lead Anecia Murphy, Madisonville’s newest police officer, to her career in law enforcement. more
Early voting for the Nov. 3 election began Tuesday in Madison County and will take place Monday through Friday until Oct. 30 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. as well as Saturdays Oct. 17 and 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. more
Brad Roundtree is trying to gain momentum in his team roping. more
The North Zulch volleyball team dropped a pair of matchups to top-ranked 2A district opponents Iola Oct. 6 and Leon Friday at NZHS. The Lady Bulldogs are a 1A team competing in a predominately 2A district, meaning they will qualify for the postseason regardless of their final league standing. more
The Madisonville volleyball team improved to 4-2 in district play with back-to-back victories in straight sets over Connally on the road Oct. 6 and Mexia at MHS Friday. The Lady Mustangs entered Tuesday’s matchup in La Vega in third place in the district behind China Spring and Robinson. more
Madisonville’s offense recorded four rushing touchdowns, two in each half, and spread the ball across the board during their 28-0 victory over Shepherd at MHS Friday. more
The Madisonville defense shutout the Shepherd Pirates to help propel the Mustangs to their first district victory since 2018 Friday at MHS. The defense also came up with three takeaways in the 28-0 victory to open league play. more
Madisonville’s defense recorded three takeaways in a 28-0 shutout over the Shepherd Pirates Friday to open district play while the offense cruised to four rushing touchdowns in the win. more
Bedias Volunteer Fire Dept. annual fundraiser… Have you secured your tickets for a chance to win $11,500 worth of cattle from J&J Cattle Co.? Don't miss out! Please go to PayPal @ Tickets are $50 each and 1,000 tickets will be sold. Be sure to include your phone number! You can also mail a check to Bedias Volunteer Fire Department, P.O. Box 294, Bedias, TX 77831. more
The Madison County local Salvation Army has the following people that are actively involved with it. William C. “Bunkin” Bennett is the local unit Chairperson, Tammy Hoke is the local Treasurer and Becky Blair runs our Christmas Kettle bell ringing program. more
In these uncertain times, I like to dwell on permanence and history. Much of our area’s history is recorded in bronze on stone, as historical markers and of which Madison County has quite a few. The first marker named below honors the formation of our county, and the other nine give information for some of our older cemeteries. I did not keep repeating the word “marker”, but there is a Texas historical marker at each of the named cemeteries. more
Vistra, an energy powerhouse based in Irving, announced plans to achieve net-zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. more
The Madisonville tennis team split a pair of matches last week with a district loss to Robinson Thursday and a victory over Stafford Friday, which was postponed earlier in the season. more
Lyndie Dunn came close to reaching the short round in her first rodeo of the college season. The Madisonville High School graduate competes in barrel racing, goat tying and breakaway roping for Western Texas College. more
The North Zulch volleyball team split a pair of district matchups over the week with a win over Hearne in straight sets Sept. 29 and a loss to Normangee in five sets Friday. The Lady Bulldogs, who will be playoff-bound in 1A regardless of their district record, were 4-4 entering Tuesday’s matchup against undefeated Iola. more
The Madisonville volleyball team fell to 2-2 in district play with a pair of losses to Robinson Sept. 29 and undefeated China Spring Friday, both in straight sets. The Lady Bulldogs looked to rebound Tuesday with a road matchup at Waco-Connally. more
The Madisonville football team concluded their non-district slate with a 2-3 record following their 21-16 loss to Livingston at MHS Sept. 25. They will enter their district opener against Shepherd Friday with fresh legs coming off their scheduled bye from last week. more
Stickers representing an organization called “Patriot Front”, which is defined as a white nationalist group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, were found on the door of the Madison County Museum as well as on the window and the outside light poles last week, according to museum personnel. more
With November’s Election Day less than a month away, 470 U.S. Congressional seats will be on the line as each side fights for further representation in the House and Senate. The races serve as a backdrop to the country’s ultimate decision between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, who engaged in their first presidential debate in Cleveland Sept. 29. more
A Madisonville man and his two-year-old granddaughter were struck and injured by a pickup truck on West Collard Street Sept. 28 after the child ran onto the roadway at dusk, according to the Madisonville Police Department. more
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