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Sports

2006 filled with surprises for Texas sports fans

(AP) - With 2007 approaching, it More...

Sub-Varsity Basketball

JV Bearettes Improving to 14-2 on the season the JV Bearettes swept the Bearette Double Header last weekend. Playing against Grace to open the double header the Bearettes rolled to a 38-16 victory. More...

Bears win Consolation

Brownsboro captures Leroy Romines Tournament title with win over Athens

Carthage stopped them early but the Bears rallied back in the Leroy Romines Tournament to capture the Consolation Title. More...

January is School Board Recognition Month

As citizen leaders, individual school board members face complex and demanding challenges. Yet, few people fully understand the scope and far-reaching implications of board members More...

A little piece of Edom history on display at museum

Kenneth L. Kidd was just a young fella when he got his first taste of recovering historical artifacts. More...

News

Brownsboro ISD MENU

             Jan 8- 12   (Milk served with meals)          BREAKFAST MON: Ready to eat cereal, Graham cracker, peanut butter &nbs More...

60th Anniversary

Rev. J.W. and Hazel Thomison recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. They were married January 1, 1947 in Ardmore, Oklahoma. J.W. was ordained in the ministry in 1952 with the Assemblies of God. More...

Peek/Carter unite in marriage

Jessica Leigh Peek and Michael Bennett Carter, both of Brownsboro, were united in marriage December 22, 2006 at Rock Hill Baptist Church. The double ring ceremony was officiated by Danny Bristow. More...

Writer's Corner

Writers’ Corner

If you have a poem, song lyrics or a short story and you would like to share it with the readers of The Statesman now is your chance. Email or mail us your submission and look for it in an upcoming issue of The Statesman. More...

Historical

ALL THINGS HISTORICAL: A LOOK AT EAST TEXAS HISTORY

He done her wrong!

Well, one might say a whole lot of men did Harriet wrong. After growing up in New Orleans, Harriet Moore left a prosperous retail store and traveled to the wilds of colonial Texas with what turned out to be only her first husband, Solomon C. Page. More...