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Multiple Mustangs ran for a combined 238 yards Friday, which paved the way for a pair of critical passing touchdowns for quarterback Armando Juarez as Madisonville cruised to a 24-7 homecoming victory over Teague at MHS. more
The Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District (MCISD) Board discussed a slight decrease in student enrollment and how the district is navigating required online instruction in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
New York Yankees Hall-of-Fame pitcher Vernon “Lefty” Lopez is famously credited for first uttering the now-cliche phrase “I’d rather be lucky than good” in the 1930s. more
Madisonville stifled Teague down the stretch Friday while quarterback Armando Juarez tossed a pair of touchdowns and ran for another in a 24-7 victory on homecoming at MHS. more
Patricia Ruth Vance, 88, passed away August 20, 2020 in Mountlake Terrace, Washington. She was born April 1, 1932 in Waynoka, Oklahoma to parents, Joseph Lee & Alice Eloise (Dunn) Luddington. more
Trees are almost as old as dirt in the construction industry, but they’re new to Texas in the form of the state’s first mass timber office building. more
This piece is set in September 1965. I was mature enough in 1965 to now retain memories of it. As I took notes from those old Meteors, I thought “Of course she was homecoming queen, I knew that!” It seemed ordinary to me. I hope it’s not so ordinary to you. more
The North Zulch volleyball team traveled to Normangee Tuesday to officially begin their district slate after finishing their non-league season on a four-game winning streak. The Lady Bulldogs entered the matchup after a weeklong break from their Sept. 1 victory over Livingston in five sets. more
The Madisonville volleyball team split a pair of non-district matchups over the week with a road loss at Anderson-Shiro Sept. 1 and a three-set victory over Liberty at MHS Friday. The Lady Mustangs hosted Huntington Tuesday in one of four remaining matchups before district play. more
The Texas Department of State Health Services reported 16 active cases of COVID-19 in Madison County Monday, down from 154 active cases a week earlier. more
The City of Madisonville hosted a Labor Day Celebration at Lake Madison Park Saturday in lieu of the annual Fourth of July Celebration, which was postponed in June due to the COVID-19 pandemic. more
A Washington County grand jury in August indicted Madisonville Police Department Detective Sgt. Lucas Cunningham, previously hailed as a hero for saving the life of an elderly man who fell out of a boat while on Lake Madison, for assault during an arrest, according to Julie Renken, Washington County district attorney. more
Congressman Kevin Brady visited the Truman Kimbro Convention Center in Madisonville Thursday to discuss a surfeit of topics ranging from potential COVID-19 vaccines to ongoing civil unrest throughout the nation. more
The Madisonville defense came away with two turnovers but surrendered 259 rushing yards in Friday’s 23-10 loss to the Liberty Panthers in their home opener at MHS. The Mustangs managed the physical offensive unit well in the first half before they were overpowered down the stretch. more
The Madisonville football team fell back down to earth after an upset victory in Diboll to start the season with a 23-10 loss to Liberty Friday in their home opener at MHS. The team’s offense struggled to finish drives in the loss and succumbed to a critical goal line stand by the Panthers in the third quarter. more
The Liberty Panthers outscored Madisonville 20-7 in the second half Friday to cruise to a 23-10 victory and spoil the Mustangs’ home opener at MHS. more
Darrell Hall neighborhood news: It is very important that Darrell Hall property owners let us know their thoughts and concerns as the process comes closer to implementation. Please visit our Facebook page and share your “two cents.” more
As thousands fled southeast Texas ahead of Hurricane Laura, Texas A&M promoted an Ike Dike as a critical way to protect the region from devastating damage. more
Let’s get this part out of the way: Nobody likes hurricanes. more
One of the precious few escapes from the soul-sucking stress of the COVID-19 pandemic has been bonding with our couches and sweatpants while watching scores of movies. more
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