September 16, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Hulls get help from ‘Love’

CHANDLER — When debilitating illnesses strike and financial hardships hit, people often wonder who it is they can turn to for help.   Linda and Perry Hull are experiencing this first hand. More...

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Obituaries - Free Access

Clyde W. Loudamy

Services for Clyde W. Loudamy, 73, of Tyler were on Wednesday, Sept.15, 2010, at 3 p.m. at Stewart Family Funeral Home Chapel, with Dr. Darryle Dunks officiating.   A graveside service was on Thursday, Sept. More...

Trustees OK spending over $78,000 on wireless service

Trustees on Monday approved spending more than $78,000 to install wireless technology across the Brownsboro Independent School District. More...

Pyle joins Brownsboro police as reserve officer

Determined. Driven. Honorable. Respectful.   These are but a few words to describe Amanda Pyle, the new reserve-duty police officer working for Brownsboro. More...

After 35 years with Statesman, Jones announces retirement

Bette Jones, a 35-year employee of The Chandler & Brownsboro Statesman, has retired, Editor Paul Bryant announced.   More...

News

Henderson county Attorney's Office Gets Award

The Henderson County Child Advocacy Center presented its multidisciplinary team member awards for the second quarter of 2010 to the Henderson County Attorney’s Office. More...

ETMC to host one-day retreat

The East Texas Medical Center Breast Care Center is set to host a one-day retreat for breast cancer survivors on Oct. More...

Sports

Officials: Renovated Bear Stadium exceeds expectations

Newly renovated Bear Stadium has hosted two varsity football games for the Brownsboro Bears and a number of junior high, junior varsity and Pop Warner games. More...

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