October 16, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Labor of Love visits Chandler resident

Labor of Love volunteers Roy Talbot and Gary Dinsmore recently left one Chandler woman with a smile after they made several repairs around her house... More...

Chandler EDC, P&Z discuss parks and parking lots

Chandler Economic Development Corporation and Planning and Zoning Commission met Oct. 7 to discuss items pertaining to the pavilion and a parking lot. Chandler EDC met first to consider allocating funds to the Winchester Park Projects. More...

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News

Health – Physical Activity

People need to exercise. Our bodies thrive on movement and quickly degenerate without it. More...

Lions Den

Lions battle breast cancer Lions have many programs we support and work with. Yes breast cancer is one of them. Did you know it is estimated 232,340 new cases of invasive cancer were diagnosed among women in 2013. More...

Surprising Lilies

Do you like to be surprised? Then you definitely want surprise lilies in your garden. But did you know there are more than one type of surprise lily? In fact, there are numerous forms of lycoris that can be grown in East Texas. More...

Obituaries

CAROLYN SPROTT NEWMAN

Services for Carolyn Sprott Newman, 72, Chandler, will be held October 25 at 3 p.m. at Kilgore Missonary Baptist Church with Mike Gribble officiating. Newman died October 5, 2014 in Tyler. More...

Sports

The Tale of Two Halves

The first district game of the season had the Bears meeting the Bulldogs of Chapel Hill. What the Bears faced was a bulldozer. The first half was a showcase of speed, strength, and depth, which should bode well for Chapel Hill in the playoffs. More...

Volleyball Roundup

Bearette volleyball teams traveled to Wills Point October 10. Varsity team lost 25-18, 21-25, 25-17, 25-18. More...

Junior High Football Recap

The Brownsboro Junior High Bears began district action last Thursday at home against the Chapel Hill Bulldogs. All four teams came up on the short end, but a much improved defense from previous weeks kept the contests close. More...

Principal Appreciation Month continues at BISD

Chandler Elementary School

Brownsboro Independent School District is celebrating National Principal Appreciation Month throughout October and the Statesman is bringing you a look at each of the campus principals and assistant principals. More...

Principal Appreciation Month continues at BISD

Chandler Intermediate School

National Principal Appreciation Month continues at BISD throughout October... More...

Pow Wow rescheduled for later this month

Due to the excessive rains and storms last weekend the Chandler Pow Wow was cancelled. It has now been rescheduled for Saturday, October 25. More...

School

Brownsboro Best Bears

BES Best Bears for the week of October 6-10 are PKAM - Maddi Wheless, PKPM - Arleth Macias, KA - Vierra Joyce, KB - Sarah Hughes, KC – Sophia Montgomery, KD – Marley Siemenski, KE – More...

Brownsboro Super Cub Club

BES Super Cub Club kids for the week of October 6-10 are KE – Brayden Brown, 1D – Omar Rojas, 2D – Rylan Wrangler, and 3E – Sarah Defoore. More...

Kabbage Patch Bottled Water Drive

Kabbage Patch daycare in Brownsboro held a bottled water and Gatorade donation drive the week of Oct. 6-10 for the Brownsboro Volunteer Fire Department. 21 cases were donated. More...

Letters

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

I was very impressed on the story in last week's Statesman about all the good things that Mike Chandler has done for the City of Chandler and also the school system to help the children. More...

Historical

Ernest Tubb Performs in Chandler

Dr. Jay Kesler, President Emeritus of Taylor University in Upland, Indiana, gave a talk entitled “Why Believe in the Local Church.” Dr. Kesler’s answers to his question were: 1. More...