March 25, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

‘Redneck’ event tonight at BHS

Students who attend tonight’s performance by Christian entertainer Steve McGranahan at Brownsboro High School will receive gift certificates for ice cream at Sonic, Perry Involvement Coordinator Perry Eaton said. More...

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Sports

Bearettes split in first two district games

Taylor McIntyre and Paige Goggans combined to throw six shutout innings and the Brownsboro Bearettes took a 10-0 victory over the Crockett Lady Bulldogs in a game held in Brownsboro Tuesday, March 16. More...

Scattershooting while waiting on the MLB

Will baseball season ever get here?   I don’t know if I’ve said it before, but even though I live in the Land of Football (Texas), I’m a baseball guy at heart. More...

Historical

Rioters insisted on hanging dead men

A local grand jury indicted 14 men in the case, but only two were convicted — one for rioting and another for arson. Hughes was buried at the county’s poor farm.

George Hughes of Sherman may have been the only man in East Texas to be lynched while he was dead.   Hughes was working on a farm near Sherman in May 1930 when he went to the farm to collect his wages. More...

News of Record

COUNTY ATTORNEY’S REPORT

Henderson County Attorney Clint Davis reports the following activity in the disposition of cases filed in February in the County Court at Law, County Court at Law No. 2, and County Court.   More...

Officials release scenarios for BISD bond proposal

“The financial advisor talked to the group about bonds and what they would cost, and about the different levels and lengths of those bonds.” Elton Caldwell Brownsboro Independent School District

Editor’s Note: The following is a brief overview of the Brownsboro Independent School District’s Community Facility Advisory Committee meeting Monday. A full story will appear in next week’s print and online editions. More...

Bear Radio to apply for new FCC permit

Bear Radio will sell its Federal Communications Commission construction permit and apply for lowpower FM status, Brownsboro Independent School District Parent Involvement Coordinator Perry Eaton said.   More...

THIS WEEKEND

Easter egg hunt set for Saturday in Chandler

Thousands of candystuffed plastic eggs and other treats will litter Winchester Park in Chandler Saturday as the city and Sonic host a community Easter egg hunt.   More...

News

‘With Heart and Hands’ set for Friday in Tyler

TYLER — When the doors open Friday at Harvey Convention Center to the 29th annual Azalea Quilt Show, visitors may have one of two reactions.   More...

MENUS

March 29–April 2

Meals on Wheels   MON — Chicken tenders, mashed potatoes, seasoned carrots, wheat bread, mixed fruit cup   TUE — Meat sauce, spaghetti noodles, green beans, wheat bread, apple cobbler   WED — Beef Enchiladas, pin More...

PULSE OF EDOM

With the weather warming up, many of us are starting to think about our gardens.   What will we plant? How much work will it involve? How should we prepare?   More...

Letters

Political Cartoon

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Afghan war must end

Congress debated a resolution more than a week ago directing President Obama to withdraw our troops from Afghanistan no later than the end of this year. More...

Obama planning to gut NCLB

In a week dominated by health care, President Barack Obama released a set of education proposals that break with ideals once articulated by Robert F. Kennedy. More...