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Floyd Dale Gulling, Sr. 85 years, 7 months, 5 days; from Bedias, TX; passed away on Monday, May 25, 2020 at his home in Bedias, TX. more
Jesus H. Guevara, age 84, died Thursday May 21,2020 at his home after a long battle with cancer. more
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on May 26 issued a proclamation giving the green light to more services and activities in a second phase of the state's plan to reopen from mandatory pandemic closures. more
For the second consecutive week, there were no new reported cases of COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, in Madison County. According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, seven cases in the county have recovered and there have still been no fatalities tied to the virus in the county. more
Each year, the calendar’s turn from May to June symbolizes Free Fishing Day in the state of Texas, in which Texans can fish on any public body of water in the state without a fishing license. more
The UIL and Governor Gregg Abbott announced that high school student-athletes will be available to return for workouts and sports skills training beginning June 8, given they follow a set of released guidelines and procedures established to help navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. more
In May, Sonic Drive-In recognized the entrepreneurial spirit driving teachers to meet their students' distance learning needs during the COVID-19 pandemic by matching all donations to DonorsChoose on Teacher Appreciation Day earlier this month, giving Leigh Ellen Howeth of Madisonville Intermediate $150. more
A number of students from Madisonville High School received belt buckles as Madison County Fair Showmanship winners based on interviews conducted by four county extension agents (from outside Madison County). more
The Courts of Madison County were approved for reopening Monday in a letter from Presiding Judge Olen Underwood of the Second Administrative Judicial Region of Texas. According to County Judge Tony Leago, the tentative plan for the reopening is slated for June 10. more
An Australian Shepherd dog was reportedly either forcibly removed or jumped out of a pickup truck traveling at a high speed on Interstate 45 May 26, according to Hugo Vega, a truck driver for SNL Distribution Services who witnessed the incident. more
The Madison County Office of the Texas Department of Public Safety will open for driver license services by appointment June 3, according to County Judge Tony Leago. more
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Seller Name Club Division Buyer Amount Jackson Zanolini Madisonville 4-H Market Steers Mid-South Synergy $900.00 Emily Butts Swine Club Swine Doug … more
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott unveiled Monday a widening of the state’s second phase of re-opening since isolation to slow the spread of COVID-19 shuttered many business across the state. In a … more
Madison County is awaiting the results of 44 diagnostic tests for COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, but the total confirmed cases in the county in the last week went unchanged at eight, according to Emergency Management Coordinator Shelly Butts. more
Madison County Commissioners approved changes Monday to an interlocal agreement to join the Brazos Valley Wide Area Communications System, another step to linking the Sheriff’s Department, Madisonville Police Department, the county’s three volunteer fire departments and all other first responders to those in surrounding counties. more
A few of our beloved area restaurants are stepping out in offering limited dine-in services for those brave/adventurous souls who may not be as vulnerable or at risk as some others. Among those establishments that come to mind are The Pit Stop in Bedias and Walker’s Café in Madisonville. We are confident you have your favorites Please let them know you appreciate their good efforts to serve our community and do nothing to further place them at risk. more
Dear Editor, Thank you for all your hard work writing the paper and doing your job. Make sure, stay safe. I’m in the sixth grade going to the seventh. I really miss school. I miss my friends, … more
It’s high time Americans accept a first-world side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, and I don’t mean those blasted directional floor stickers I can’t navigate in the aisles at Walmart. No, I’m referring to male-pattern corona hair. more
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