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Crisp joins Statesman as sports, news reporter

Andrew Jedidiah Crisp of Denton has joined The Chandler & Brownsboro Statesman as a news and sports reporter, Editor Paul Bryant announced.   “Bluebonnet Publishing is thrilled to welcome A.J. to this community,” Bryant said. More...

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Sports

Mistakes doom Bears in home-opening loss

The Brownsboro Bears were unable to overcome a number of mistakes in another nailbiter as they dropped their home opener in overtime to the Van Vandals, 28-22, at Bear Stadium.   More...

Letters

Campus improvements worth the cost

On Nov. 2, the BISD Board of Trustees will ask us, the voters, to approve two propositions aimed at improving school facilities across the district.   What does that mean for the student, and what does that mean for the taxpayer?   More...

‘Rebuilding A Community’

Ben Wheeler to host first arts festival on Sept. 25

BEN WHEELER — Five downtown shops here are scheduled to host an arts festival, the town’s first, on Sept. 25.   More...

Christian musicians to attend girls’ event at Rock Hill

Christian musicians Shelly Wilson and Kerri Crocker are the scheduled guest speakers for a girls’ conference in November at Rock Hill Baptist Church. More...

More than 80 artists scheduled for Oct. Edom Festival of Arts

Eighty artists are expected to feature their work during Edom’s Festival of the Arts in October, an event that attracted about 10,000 last year. More...

News

HENDERSON COUNTY GOP I love curmudgeons!

CHECKLIST CHARLIE

I love curmudgeons.   We had a self-proclaimed curmudgeon in a recent Bullard City Council meeting I happened to sit in on.   The thing about curmudgeons is they always ask the questions the rest of us are thinking. More...

Coronary Artery Disease begins in teen years

HEALTH MATTERS

Coronary Artery Disease starts to develop in our teen years as fatty deposits are made onto the vessel walls. More...

EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS

Avoid dangers of over-concentrating

When you were in school, you had to concentrate on your studies.   When you began your career, you had to concentrate on your work. In fact, in just about every endeavor in life, concentration is essential for success. More...