September 2, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Treatment-plant expansion not expected for months

CHANDLER — It could be more than six months before a new clarifer is installed at the city’s wastewater treatment plant after a petition forced officials to reverse themselves on issuing $1.3 million in certifi- cates of obligation. More...

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Sports

Bears win season opener in ‘thrilling’ fashion

The Brownsboro Bears defeated the Palestine Wildcats, 20-14, in a thrilling season opener at Wildcat Stadium on Friday. More...

Ford’s Player of Week program returns

DALLAS — For the fifth straight year, Ford Motor Company will recognize six student-athletes through the Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football Player of the Week Program.   More...

Chandler looks to loan $140,000 to SilverLeaf

CHANDLER — After it was approved by the Chandler Area Economic Development Corporation, the City Council here is prepared to loan another $140,000 to a housing development expected to open its first phase this month, an official said.   More...

Chandler man receives second transplant

Bryan Rumbo, at 66 years old, received his second kidney transplant in May. More...

Public hearing set on proposed budget

CHANDLER — A public hearing is scheduled for tonight at City Hall on Chandler’s proposed $2.05 million budget for the fiscal year that begins on Oct. 1.   The general budget for this fiscal year is $1.86 million. More...

News

Business of the Month

Y’s Hometown Foods has been named business of the month for August by Keep Brownsboro Beautiful. At left is KBB President Charles Cox, with store owner Dusty Wise. More...

CHANDLER BRIEFS

The second-annual meeting of the Chandler High School Ex-Student Association is set for Oct. 9, at the Chandler Pow-Wow.   A tent will be provided on the southeast corner of Winchester Park. More...

QUICK HITS

GOLDEN GIRLS JUNIOR CLINIC   A “junior clinic” hosted by the Brownsboro High School Golden Girls is set for Saturday at Brownsboro Intermediate School. More...

Letters

Petitioner thanks community for support

I want to thank everyone who signed the petition that was circulated in Chandler   There were some people that got real upset with me, and I guess you exercised your right as an American taxpayer. More...