November 19, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

`An Academic Emergency'

Brownsboro High reaches capacity with 900 students

With enrollment near 900, Brownsboro High School has run out of classrooms.   That alone makes it no different than other schools in the district. But unlike those campuses, Brownsboro High is not in critical condition. More...

Craft booths still available for Holiday in the Park

Craft booths are still available for Saturday's Holiday in the Park in Chandler, officials said.   It is the first time in three years the event, a fundraiser for Keep Chandler Beautiful, will feature the booths.   More...

Special Sections

School

BIS releases honor rolls for nine weeks

Brownsboro Intermediate School has released the A and A/B honor rolls for the second nine weeks.   4th Grade   A Honor Roll   More...

Photo

Loyd Cook Photo During Brownsboro Junior High School cheer camp, Kelly Chastant (left), Callie Moltz (middle) and Victoria Walker were honored as National Cheerleaders Association All- American cheerl More...

MENUS

BISD   Nov. 23-27   All Schools   Choice of cereal offered daily. All selections come with fruit or juice, and milk   MON: Sausage & pancake on stick   More...

Sports

END OF THE LINE

Bears toppled in bi-district playoff round

CORSICANA - The comeback kids of Brownshoro High couldn't overcome a second quarter, offensive onslaught by the Lorena Leopards in the first round of the football playoffs Saturday. More...

Statesman Sports

All good things must come to an end and, `Why this job?'

And now it's over, but it was a nice ride.   After the clock ran out Saturday at Corsicana's Tiger Stadium, and the Bears football season was over, I found myself in a strange situation. More...

Bearettes at the top of District 20AAA's All-District honors

The success of a 32- win season will bring with it much deserved recognition. More...

TOUGH TO BEAR

Standing from left, Dillon Croley, Matt Bouchillon, and Alex Martin gather with other members of the Brownsboro Bears football team after their disappointing first-round playoff loss to the Lorena Leopards, 30-14, in Corsicana Saturday night. More...

Chandler reduces fees for SilverLeaf project

CHANDLER - Officials here have waived or reduced building fees for the developer of an $8 million housing project for fixed-income seniors, City Administrator Jim Moffeit said. More...

Edom Christmas event to feature children's chorus

EDOM - About 20 children are expected to perform here Dec. 5 when officials host the town's annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony, Carolyn Hargrove said. More...

News

CHRISTMAS TOUR OF HOMES

Arnold home features traditional, other styles

Guests attending the 2009 Women's Unity Fellowship Christmas Tour of Homes will have the opportunity to view six houses featuring a variety of decor.   This year's event is on Dec. 12, from 4 to 7 p.m. More...

CHECKLIST CHARLIE

I have this theory that most work-related stress is simply people-related stress. People can be downright stressful. Melodramatic.   So, what can be done to turn around the stressful situations, those work-related mini soap operas?   More...

CHANDLER 4-H

Chandler 4-H Club met on Nov. 3 at Faith Baptist Church with 20 youth and 20 adults in attendance.   More results were announced from those exhibiting livestock at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas.   More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Jack Russell

BROWNSBORO - Services for Jack Russell, 98, Brownsboro, were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, at Calvary Baptist Church, Brownsboro, with Rev. Jon Parker officiating. More...

Ann Gorman Crawley

Memorial services for Ann Gorman Crawley, age 63, of Chandler, Texas, were held on Monday, Nov. 9, 2009, at First Baptist Church in Chandler at 11 a.m. with Bro. Terry Davis and Bro. Vic Taylor officiating. More...

Writer's Corner

WRITER'S CORNER

You are the man I love and cherish, And in this life that will not perish; There is but one I love greater, And that is God, our creator. More...