October 7, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Eaton encourages parents to attend conference in Kilgore

A Brownsboro Independent School District official is asking parents to join him in Kilgore in two weeks for a Region 7 Education Service Center conference.   More...

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Sports

Bears begin district play on Friday

Brownsboro (4-2) will head into district play on Friday after another lategame loss at Van Alstyne last week.   The Bears are scheduled to host the Rusk Eagles at 7:30 p.m. in the District 17- 3A game. More...

BEARETTES VOLLEYBALL Bearettes knock down Lady Panthers

The Brownsboro Bearettes defeated the Bullard Lady Panthers in five games on Friday night to improve to 2-0 in District 17-3A.   In the first game, Bullard got off to a quick, eight-point lead early. More...

Lucas Lovejoy remains atop 3A poll

Texas Girls Coaches Association State Volleyball Poll   Oct. 4   Class 3A   1. Lucas Lovejoy 2. Wimberley 3. Abilene Wylie 4. Monahans 5. Gatesville   6. LaGrange   7. Texarkana Pleasant Grove   More...

Full slate expected for Pow-Wow on Saturday

Every available space was expected to be reserved by vendors for Chandler’s Pow-Wow on Saturday, Bertha Pritchard said.   “I have just about rented 75 booths, and that’s more than I’ve ever had. More...

More shops set to open in Ben Wheeler

BEN WHEELER — Ben Wheeler Arts & Historic District Foundation and Ben Wheeler Development Company continue efforts to revitalize downtown for prospective businesses and community growth with the expected opening of three new shops — Sco More...

Golden Girls director reflects on new position, career

It might be rare for someone to do something for a living that they’ve loved since childhood. But that is the case for new Brownsboro High School Golden Girls instructor Kathryn Hernholm.   More...

News

New Library Sign

C.J. Hughes and Tammy Kidd update the Chandler Public Library’s sign to reflect its new status as a city department as of Oct. 1. More...

Feral hogs put crops at risk

COLLEGE STATION — Fall weather arrived, bringing cooler temperatures and, for most of the state, an improved agricultural situation, according to Texas AgriLife Extension Service personnel.   More...

Letters

Reader praises newspaper for printing truth

It is encouraging to know that we can depend on The Chandler and Brownsboro Statesman to print the truth. More...

Bond election must be decided on merits

As the bond election approaches, I am reflecting on the cases that have been presented representing each side.   I have read, heard and seen the need that exists for something to be done to address the district facilities.   More...

TxDOT makes mess of ditch on FM 2010

I would like to thank Tx- DOT for cleaning out the ditch on FM 2010 earlier this summer, leaving rocks and bricks and concert pieces exposed.   More...