September 17, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

Boater's death ruled accidential, Nutt says

The death of a 54-yearold Chandler man has been ruled accidental by the Southwest Institute of Forensic Sciences in Dallas, Henderson County Sheriff Ray Nutt said. The body of Paul Steven Poe, 2118 Royal Drive, was discovered Sept. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries - Free Access

OBIT

Gayle Woodward

Services for Gayle Woodward, 79, of Forney, Texas were held at noon, September 16, 2009 at New Hope Methodist Church, Brownsboro, TX, with Rev. Gary White officiating, under the direction of Eubank Funeral Home, Canton. More...

Sports

BEAR RADIO

Through Sept. 23

6-8 a.m. Good Morning Bears ( Breakfast & Lunch Menus) Live Update Show (Seniors) 8:15- 8:30 Jeremy Miller (Live Update) (MF) 9:15-9:30 Colton Croley (Live Update) (MF) 10:15-10: More...

Some rule changes are best ... especially for the athletes

Statesman Sports

How's that old Garth Brooks song go? More...

Freshmen get help from weather

Spring Hill at goal line when referees stop game due to lightning

Sometimes, it's nice to get a little help from above. Refereess stopped play Thursday, Sept. 10, in the freshman football game between the Brownsboro Bears and Spring Hill Panthers due to lightning with the score tied.. More...

NEVER FORGET

Above, the American flag flies at half-staff at Chandler City Hall and at the United States Postal Service in Brownsboro Friday to commemorate the eighth anniversary of the 9-11 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people in Manhatten More...

Chandler officials curb online activity

CHANDLER - As social networking Web sites become an increasingly popular method of personal and commercial communication, city officials here want to curb employees' use of those Web sites while at work, City Administrator Jim Moffeit said. More...

Segregation of minds complicated Beasley's mission

While Bill Beasley served in Vietnam in the 1960s, the U.S. military was already desegregated. Unfortunately, a segregation of men's minds remained. More...

News

Chandler sets $3.9 million budget, increased tax rate

CHANDLER - The city adopted its $3.9 million budget and increased its tax rate during a special meeting Sept. 10. No substantial changes are in this year's budget, save for an average 5 percent pay increase for most city employees. More...

Tyler A&M Mother's Club to host Sept. meeting tonight

The Tyler A&M Mother's Club will host its September meeting tonight at 6:30, at Pollard United Methodist Church, 3030 Copeland Road. The guest speaker will be Rebecca Orth of Kingswood. More...

Hensarling's staff to visit Malakoff

Staff from U.S. Rep. Jeb Hensarling's office is set to be at Malakoff City Hall Sept. 25, at 9 a.m., to meet with constituents who need assistance with federal government agencies. More...

Letters

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Wake up, Christians!

Regarding an article in the Sunday, Sept. 13, issue of the Tyler paper, I want to say: Christians, wake up! More...