April 17, 2008 RSS feed / Front Page

April in Edom this weekend

Event co-chairman of April in Edom Robin Marshall expected about 50 vendors to take an interest in the small town street fair and invest in a booth. The final number landed at around 64. More...

Brownsboro city elections canceled

It was official at the monthly Brownsboro City Council meeting Tuesday, April 10. The council decided to cancel the council elections set for May 10. More...

Longtime Chandler native remembered

A sharing, compassionate woman, Rosa "Rose" Cade affected lives around her for the better. She was born in Hollis, Oklahoma in 1910, and moved to East Texas in 1928. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries - Free Access

John Wallace

"A Man with a Heart"

Services for John M. Wallace, 81, of Chandler, were held at noon April 5, 2008 at Macedonia Baptist Church in Chandler, with the Rev. L. Moore officiating. Burial was in Chandler Memorial Cemetery, under direction of John R. Harmon Undertaking Co. More...

Larry Melton

Memorial services for Mr. Larry J. Melton were held Friday, April 11, 2008 at Hilliard Funeral Home, Van, with Rev. Doyle Rutledge officiating, under direction of Hilliard Funeral Home. Mr. More...

Chandler Nursing Ctr.

Here's wishing Miss Lorraine Grice a speedy recovery. We truly missed her the past Sunday morning hosting our Bible Study. Missionary Ricky, I have missed seeing you! Residents enjoyed having Bingo with you last week. More...

Sports

Baseball playoffs in sight

Bears defeat Chapel Hill, claim a share of second place

District 14-3A Standings as of Monday Bullard 7-0 Van 4-3 B'boro 4-3 C.Hill 4-3 Canton 2-5 Athens 0-7 With three games to go as of Monday the Brownsboro Bears baseball team has its sights set on a playoff berth. More...

Brownsboro golfers advance to regionals

Two members of the Brownsboro boys golf team has advanced to the regional tournament as individuals. The entire team has also advanced to the tournament to be held on April 21-22 in Sherman, Texas at Tanglewood Country Club. More...

Final softball game to be played Friday

Friday night will be the last chance to watch the Brownsboro Bearettes varsity softball team in action this season. The Bearettes will travel to Bullard with first pitch scheduled for 6pm. More...

Possible murder-suicide shocks area

Smith County officers arrived at the scene of a domestic disturbance on FM 2661 east of Chandler. What they found inside was a tragic sight. More...

Daniell enters the council elections

Don Daniell, a retired welder, has thrown his lot in with the other five running for the three open spots on the Chandler City Council. "I believe I would be a good representative for the citizens of Chandler," Daniell said. More...

Political forum set for April 22

The upcoming political forum is right around the corner. More...

Doors opening at Meadow Creek

Work on the Brownsboro subdivision Meadow Creek has begun, and the first few homes are nearing completion, with two already finished. More...

What's Happening

KCB will host a Political Forum Tuesday, April 22, at 6:30 pm. The forum, hosted at the Chandler Community Center, will be a free meet and greet and question/answer session for the six candidates for Chandler City Council. More...

News

Cook of the Week

Oleta Mayfield Dodson has lived in Murchison for practically her entire life. "Murchison is a very nice place," Oleta noted. "It has very fine people in it." Oleta married Roy Dodson, now deceased, around 1932. More...

Behind the success

These men fried the fish during the KCB Fish Fry Sunday afternoon at the Chandler Community Center. Enough money was raised to purchase additional city banners for HWY-31 and FM-315 making the event a success. More...

Here's to you America

The following individuals are proudly serving the United States of America in the Armed Forces. The Chandler, Brownsboro, Moore Station, Murchison and Lake Palestine communities are proud of you! More...

Letters

Letters To The Editor

Please review Letter to the Editor policy before submitting letter. The policy is found in the information column on the left hand side of this page. At the City Council meeting, Tuesday, April 8th, I made an unforgivable mistake. More...