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Three college students with roots in Madisonville and parents working at Monterey Mushrooms were awarded scholarships this week under the mushroom company’s Carl Victor Fields Scholarship Program. more
Five deaths are linked to floods from Tropical Storm Imelda, the worst storm in Texas since Hurricane Harvey and one of the wettest tropical cyclones in the nation’s history, according to the National Weather Service. more
Current and future grants from state and federal agencies dominated discussion at Monday’s regular meeting of the Madison County Commissioners Court, including a plea by County Judge Tony Leago for county officials to help facilitate next year’s U.S. census in order to avoid pitfalls such as one that recently saw the county return $480,000 in disaster recovery funds. more
Since 1981, Glover’s Rodeo has attracted a number of cowboys and cowgirls throughout the community despite moving from Madisonville to Hearne in 2002. The location may have changed, but the family atmosphere and passion for rodeo has remained the same since Melvin Glover first had the vision 38 years ago. more
Emma Baker already has played in as many volleyball matches as she did all of last year. more
The North Zulch Lady Bulldogs volleyball team is set to begin their district schedule at Centerville on Friday after a 17-day break since their last game against Allen Academy on Sept. 10. more
The Madisonville Lady Mustangs volleyball team picked up a pair of victories over Huntington on Sept. 17 and Diboll in a Homecoming matchup Friday and will now begin their district schedule at Mexia. more
The Madisonville defense recorded five more takeaways in Friday’s 41-23 win over Navasota to bring their overall total to 12 on the regular season through the first four games. more
The Madisonville offense came back to life in Friday’s 43-21 victory over the Navasota Rattlers at MHS, putting the Mustangs back in the win column in their non-district finale on Homecoming. more
Madisonville (2-2) showed out on both sides of the ball with five touchdowns and five turnovers in a 43-21 victory over the Navasota Rattlers (0-4) on Homecoming to conclude their non-district slate. more
The Ninth Annual Iola Hay Day Festival, hosted by the Iola Community center, will be Oct. 19. The morning will kick off at 8 a.m. for the bulldog dash, followed by the parade at 9:30 a.m. more
Sandra Woodruff had coronary bypass surgery and a heart valve replacement last Monday morning, at St Joseph, in Bryan. We deeply appreciate all of the prayers and pastoral support we have received. We truly live in a caring community and we are uplifted by your love, thank you. more
Alert! Alert! This is a test. This is only a test. A test of the Congressional Re- Arrival Warning System. Residents of the District of Colombia should remain on the lookout for male and female politicians walking the streets disguised as normal citizens. Although expert at camouflage, they can be recognized, notably by the crisp lines of their plumage, consisting mostly of dark business suits, but also by the incessant habit of spending every waking hour dialing district donors for dark dirty dollars. more
Here’s a new conundrum for Republican politicians at the top of the ballot in Texas: November. more
James Thomas Mooney, 101, left this earth to be with our Heavenly Father on Saturday, September 7, 2019. Arrangements are under the direction of the Madisonville Funeral Home. The viewing service will be held at Madisonville Funeral Home Wednesday, September 11, 2019, at 1 p.m. followed by the funeral service at 2 p.m. Joshua Schwarz will officiate. Jim will be laid to rest at the Madisonville Cemetery following the service. more
Last week, I told you how I found a clutch of school tax forms from 1924. When those were copied, some had other things copied onto the back. I hate to waste interesting things, so … more
St. Thomas More Fall Fish Fry St. Thomas More Catholic Church will hold its Fall Fish Fry on Sept. 28, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. or until all the food is gone, at the Community Center at Hilltop Lakes. … more
AUSTIN -- Gov. Greg Abbott released Thursday the Texas Safety Action Report, a document that details what Texas and Texans are doing to prevent mass shootings. more
The sun will settle above the equator next Tuesday, making that day the official autumnal equinox, better known to us as the first day of fall. According to forecasts, Madisonville’s temperature next Tuesday will hover around 93 degrees. So much for fall weather in Texas folks! more
Five weeks after 22 small towns in Texas were hit with computer “ransomware” attacks, shutting down access to many public services and documents, Madisonville and Madison County employees sat Friday for a class on how to avoid such cyber attacks. more
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