July 8, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Chandler to mull resolution on plant

CHANDLER — A resolution authorizing the sale of certificates of obligation could be approved here on July 13 to pay for at least $900,000 in improvements at the city’s wastewater treatment plant.   More...

BISD Teachers attend education institute

Loralea Epperson and Julie Wooten of the Brownsboro Independent School District joined other teachers from across the state at “Shaping the American Republic to 1877,” an institute sponsored by Humanities Texas, Texas Christian Universit More...

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Sports

Ready for normal sports on television again

OK....the U.S. lost to Ghana for the second time in a row...taking us out of the chase for the World Cup.   We couldn’t stop with all the soccer stuff then???   Guess not.   More...

SCENES FROM THE 2009-2010 SCHOOL YEAR

Loyd Cook Photos   More...

Writer's Corner

WRITER’S CORNER

Honoring the American Flag What does the American flag mean to me? It means the home of the brave and the land of the free. It’s not just a piece of cloth from an assembly line, But a sacred symbol that will survive the test of time. More...

Officials: Volunteers, fans needed for CityFest

CELEBRATING 50 YEARS

CHANDLER — As offi cials make final preparations for CityFest on Saturday, city administrator Jim Moffeit said cooling and misting fans are needed, and volunteers are encouraged to participate in the event.   More...

Financing stalls motel project

CHANDLER — Efforts to build a small motel here have stalled as lenders hesitate to offer 100 percent fi- nancing on the project, city administrator Jim Moffeit said.   More...

City Hall to begin roof work

CHANDLER — Work to replace more than 13,000 square feet of roof at City Hall is expected to be complete within weeks to save money on energy costs.   More...

3 properties leveled in Chandler, 3 others also to be demolished

CHANDLER — Three properties here have been leveled as part of the city’s code-enforcement program, and three others are scheduled to be destroyed before the season ends. More...

News

DEMOCRATIC WOMEN

Carolyn Beaty and Marsha Head display photos and other mementos of family members who have served in the U.S. military, in front of the Henderson County Courthouse. More...

Northland changes company name

Northland Cable Television has changed its name to Northland Communications.   The company began in 1981 as a cable television provider. More...

Bronze Star Awarded

John Bryant Beall Sr. speaks on Sunday in Edom after he was presented the Bronze Star Medal for his service during World War II. More...