October 15, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

Chandler, Brownsboro remain steady on tax revenue

Chandler and Brownsboro are posting sales tax revenues totals at or near the same level as a year ago, according to the latest figures from the Texas comptroller's office in a report posted on its Web site. More...

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BROWNSBORO ISD

The Brownsboro Independent School District has scheduled a training seminar for Saturday, from 2 to 5 p.m., at Brownsboro Junior High School.   Three major issues will be covered by several speakers: child health, safety, and discipline. More...

BIS releases honor roll for first six weeks

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Sports

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Bears win district opener, 42-18, over Palestine Westwood

The Brownsboro Bears put 28 first-half points on the board en route to a 42-18 win over the Westwood Panthers in the opening game of District 20AAA play.   The Bears offense had 488 total yards in a game held in Brownsboro Friday. More...

`Orange' you glad he called it?

Sometimes, a plan just comes together.   "We had seen in film during the week, that the cornerback on that side was very aggressive on the run," Bears head coach John Settle said.   Poor Westwood Panthers cornerback ... More...

Jr. High sweeps Westwood; 7th `B' gets first win of season

All four junior high Bears teams posted wins over the Westwood Panthers on Thursday, Oct. 8 while posting two shutouts among those games.   Also notable, the seventh grade "B" team posted its first win of the season with a 16-0 decision. More...

CELEBRATING CHANDLER

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Thousands turn out Sat. for Pow Wow

CHANDLER - Despite misting rain and cool temperatures, thousands turned out Saturday for the city's annual Pow Wow at Winchester Park, and vendors have started making plans to attend again next year.   More...

News

WHAT'S HAPPENING

PARKSIDE SHORES   Harvest Fest is set for Saturday at Parkside Shores, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.   Kids will be treated to candy, and games, a cake walk, and bingo will be available.   Call 903-849-4180.   HCHS   More...

God's Open Hands needs help to fill empty shelves

The Chandler Lions have made a cash donation to help replenish the empty pantry shelves at God's Open Hands Food Distribution Center.   God's Open Hands is a volunteer non-profit service organization in Chandler.   More...

Churches needed for mission trip to Poland

Baptist churches in Poland and in the United States partner together for the purpose of sharing the "good news" of Jesus Christ with family and friends.   Poland has been a bridge between eastern and western Europe. More...

Misc - Free Access

Fishing tourney planned for Lake Palestine Nov. 7

The first of a monthly catfish and bass fishing tournament on Lake Palestine is scheduled to launch Nov. 7. More...