June 12, 2008 RSS feed / News

Cook of the Week

Laura Schmidt has nearly spent her whole life in the Brownsboro Independent School District system. More...

Folden-Brown to unite in marriage June 21

Nicole Folden and Matt Brown, both of Chandler, plan to marry June 21, 2008 at 2 p.m. at Union Hill Baptist Church. Officiant will be Scott Shinn. More...

The doctor is in

The ball may still be in your court

In my last article, I discussed the different subtypes of cholesterol and their important role in our health. As a follow-up, I now wish to discuss various causes and treatment of high cholesterol or hyperlipidemia. More...

MEALS ON WHEELS

June 16 - 20

(Milk served with meals) Orange juice served in centers MON: Italian meatballs, gravy, seasoned noodles, carrot coins, wheat bread, orange TUES: Herbed chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, wheat bread, peach cups WED: More...

TDHCA sends over $270,000

The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs has awarded $274,261 in rental assistance funds to Affordable Caring Housing. This organization is a nonprofit housing group that serves Anderson, Gregg, Henderson, Walker and Navarro counties. More...

Elisa Brooking receives Frank W. Mayborn Scholarship

Denton, Texas - Elise Brooking, a 2002 graduate of Brownsboro High School, has received the Frank W. Mayborn Scholarship from the University of North Texas Frank W. Mayborn Graduate School of Journalism. More...

Texas Commission on the Arts accepting applications for Texas Original program

Program promotes State's Craft Arts, provides one-stop shop for original art Austin, Texas - The Texas Commission on the Arts (TCA) is seeking talented Texas craft artisans working in various mediums to participate in the Texas Original program More...

Chandler Nursing Center

A special thank you to members of West Lake Baptist Church, for once again hosting a fantastic birthday party on the 21st. Residents enjoyed and appreciate Pastor Tommy Weems for bringing Bible study in each Thursday. More...

Free Fishing Day lures hundreds to Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center

ATHENS, Texas - The chance to fish for free, win prizes and enjoy free hot dogs, soft drinks and snowcones drew about 600 people to the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center on Saturday. More...

Another cool job done by Palady Air

It's summer, and that will soon mean triple digit temperatures. Fight back with a quality air conditioner from Palady Air. Based in Brownsboro, Palady Air is owned by Jim and Punkin Palady. "I started Palady Air around 1995," Jim said. More...

BISD school board denies grievance

The BISD board of trustees heard and considered a level three grievance Wednesday, June 4. The grievance, originally heard on April 11, was filed by Mary Lou Bruner, BISD visually impaired orientation and mobility support person. More...

Chambers, Kibler wed in June 7 ceremony

Lori Beth Chambers, of Murchison and William Jason Kibler of Arlington, Texas, were united in marriage June 7, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. The bride's parents are Pat Chambers and the late Anthony Chambers, of Murchison. More...

UT Tyler Professors named editors of recognized journal

Dr. Peggy Gill, associate professor of educational leadership, and Dr. Wesley Hickey, assistant professor of educational leadership, at The University of Texas at Tyler, have been appointed as co-editors for the School Leadership Review Journal. More...

Friends and Flowers Garden Club enjoy Zoo

On June 4th it was a cloudy day with a nice breeze blowing and it will be a day the Friends and Flowers Garden Club ladies will not soon forget. It was a day spent at the beautiful Caldwell Zoo in Tyler. More...

Checklist Charlie

Family Histories are a Great Summer Project for Kids

What to do with the kids? That's the question. If you are working, how do you change up the schedule so kids get a break, but you still get your workday in? More...

Jackson One in a Million 2008 Excellence Award Winner

In late February 2008, Mr. J.M. More...

A 5-Cent Bowl of Chili

"It is not so much where you are as what you are." -Russell H. Conwell In 1956, I met a multi-millionaire in Wichita Falls who had migrated to that Fair City sometime in the thirties. More...

Here's to You America

The following individuals are proudly serving the United States of America in the Armed Forces. The Chandler and Brownsboro area communities are proud of you! For those who are serving overseas, we await your safe return. More...

Blake makes President's Honor Roll

The University of Texas at Tyler recently recognized Ryan Blake Richardson as a member of the President's Honor Roll. This prestigious award is bestowed on students who complete 12 or more semester hours with a GPA of 4.0. More...

BISD board denies grievance

The BISD board of trustees heard and considered a level three grievance Wednesday, June 4. The grievance, originally heard on April 11, was filed by Mary Lou Bruner, BISD visually impaired orientation and mobility support person. More...

Henderson County Humane Society rescues 80 animals

After a long process of investigations and court dates, the Henderson County Humane Society has rescued about 50 dogs and 30 cats from a home in Murchison. More...