February 26, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Chandler News Brief

Updates on Citizen's Academy, garage sales and more

With springtime comes garage sales and in Chandler, putting up garage sale signs could end with a ticket. Avoid a code violation ticket this garage sale season by adhering to the following rules set by the city: More...

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News

Alzheimer's Coalition meeting in Athens

Alzheimer's disease affects not only those diagnosed, but also the friends and families of those suffering from the disease. The Alzheimer's Coalition of Henderson County is holding a kick-off campaign meeting Saturday, February 28 from 10 a.m. More...

Mardi Gras

Lions Club and Chandler Nursing Home celebrate Fat Tuesday in style

The Chandler Nursing Center was a-rockin' and a-rollin' February 17 as volunteers from the Chandler Lions Club descended on the nursing home for a Mardi Gras celebration. More...

AGRIVIEW

BABY BEEF

Calving season is in full swing and producers need to do everything in their power to see that calves get off to a good start. More...

Historical

The Knack of Making Lye Soap

The elderly woman, perspiration on her brow, was busy stirring lye soap in a large cast iron wash pot, using a wooden paddle. More...

March 2, 2015

SOMETHING ELSE

Do you know something important that is coming up on March 2 this year? So many have forgotten (if they ever knew) that March 2, 2015 will mark the 179th year since Texas gained Independence from Mexico! More...

Bearettes fall to Pleasant Grove

Finish season with 27-8 record

The Brownsboro Bearettes varsity basketball team ended a strong season after losing to the Texarkana Pleasant Grove Lady Hawks 48-52 in the Class 4A Region II Area playoff game February 20. More...

Neely heads to rehab

In August 2014 the Statesman ran an article on James Neely, the Chandler man critically injured in a wreck on Toll 49. His family reports some good news – Neely is finally able to head to rehab. More...

Who Let the Dogs Out?

Brownsboro PD announces zero-tolerance animal at large policy

The Brownsboro Police Department has announced they are going with a zerotolerance policy on the city's Animals Running At Large ordinance. More...

School

BES Best Bears

BES Best Bears for the week of Feb. More...

BES Super Cub Club

BES Super Cub Club kids for the week of Feb. 16-20 were KB - Emily Dingler, 1B - Cade Williams, 2A - Shelby Parker, and 3E - Kimber Womack. More...

Obituaries

JEWEL (PINCKARD) COOEY

Jewel (Pinckard) Cooey entered this world on October 21, 1954 as the baby of the family. She departed her earthly body on February 8, 2015. She lived most of her life in Brownsboro, Texas before “retiring” to Jericho Springs, Missouri. More...

Sports

Breaking News - 9:31 AM

Bears Advance to Regional Quaterfinals

Beat North Lamar 59-49

The Brownsboro Bears varsity basketball became area champs after defeating North Lamar Feb. 28 in Wills Point. More...

Bears go 8-0

The varsity Brownsboro Bears basketball team went 8-0 in district February 17 against Van. The Bears gained control of the game early in the first quarter and outscored the Vandals every quarter, finishing with a 77-51 win. More...