February 25, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

BISD committee to tour campuses Saturday

Members of an advisory committee charged with finding the most ideal and cost-effective way for the Brownsboro Independent School District to expand are scheduled to tour its schools Saturday as offi- cials continue their work toward a tax election More...

Special Sections

School

Chandler resident named to TSTC honor roll

Kramer Faul of Chandler earned a place on the Dean’s Honor Roll for the Fall semester at Texas State Technical College in Waco.   Faul is a student in aviation maintenance technology. More...

Sports

FIGHTING TO THE BITTER END

Bearettes playoff run ended by Bullard after win over Lorena

TYLER — They fought it off as hard as they could. There wasn’t an ounce of “give up” in their game. More...

Double-OT loss keeps Bears from playoffs

The Brownsboro Bears’ run for the last playoff spot in District 20-3A fell one game short, and that game ended in a double-overtime loss to this year’s district champion Fairfield Eagles.   The game, held Tuesday, Feb. More...

Good BHS students, good BHS team

That was a nice student section at the Bearettes’ playoff game against Bullard in Tyler Friday night. More...

Officials, lawyers review Chandler land trust

CHANDLER — More than two months after city officials here voted to purchase 29 acres near Winchester Park from Stanley McCurley, the parties still have not closed on the deal as attorneys for both parties examine the legal implications for t More...

SILENT TREATMENT

Brownsboro High School students showed their indifference to the Bullard Lady Panthers, reading a newspaper as the team’s starting lineup was announced prior to tipoff of Friday’s playoff game against the Brownsboro Bearettes. More...

Photo

Snow covers trees along a cove near Flat Creek Marina on Lake Palestine on Feb. 12. Up to four inches of snow was forecast Tuesday for parts of East Texas and points southeast of Tyler. More...

News

Musical extravaganza set for Friday in Tyler

A group of families with intellectually challenged children approached the Convention and asked it to address the lack of adequate resources in Texas.

Roll up your jeans, pull out your poodle skirts and shine your loafers as we get ready to go back in time and enjoy the sights, sounds and music of days gone by. More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

U.S. may be rescuing Greece

Last week, we were reminded that ours is not the only country suffering from severe economic turmoil.   The Greek government is the latest to come close to default on its massive public debt. More...

Writer's Corner

WRITER’S CORNER

The Pretty Horses A herd of horses a rainbow color of their own. Not red, purple, blue or green, But bay, sorrel, buckskin and roan Grazing mildly in the misty meadow, There stands a pretty herd of horses, One for me I wish for sure. More...

Letters

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Let Brownsboro become wet

While people in Chandler and LaRue are complaining about a possible liquor license being issued in Brownsboro, has anyone noticed all the empty buildings in town — places that should have businesses for growth, not the slow-aging, decaying sig More...

Historical

BOB BOWMAN’S EAST TEXAS

Noteworthy novelties include old coin finds

Like others in East Texas, William Williams, 73, likes to poke around ghost towns with his metal detector.   What he has unearthed only inches from the ground’s surface may surprise you. More...