October 21, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Moore Station to host Fall fest

EVENT HONORS FORMER DEPUTY REJUS BELL

The Moore Station Volunteer Fire Department is scheduled to host a Fall festival on Saturday at the old Central School campus in LaRue. More...

Two campuses named to TBEC Honor Roll for third straight year

For the third straight year, the Brownsboro Independent School District’s two elementary campuses have been included on the Texas Business and Education Coalition Honor Roll for 2010. More...

Special Sections

School

BROWNSBORO INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

Brownsboro Intermediate School has released its honor roll for the first six weeks:   Fourth Grade   A   More...

Sports

After first district loss, Bears prepare for final home game

The Brownsboro Bears struggled in the run game against the Chapel Hill Bulldogs, picking up less than 50 yards on the ground in a 35-14 loss in District 17-3A play on Friday night. More...

Bearettes move to 5-0 in district play

Brownsboro defeated Chapel Hill in four games on Friday, 25-18, 25-15, 19-25, 25-14, to remain undefeated in District 17-3A. Hillary Shaffer’s 20 kills and 15 blocks led the Bearettes. More...

Engineering phase could begin soon on treatment plant

The engineering phase of Chandler’s wastewater treatment-plant expansion could begin in November after the city’s revenuebond package is reviewed by the Texas Attorney General’s Office, council member Gene Giger said.   More...

Thousands attend Edom Festival of the Arts

About 7,000 people turned out on Saturday and Sunday for Edom’s Festival of the Arts, event Chairman Mary Wilhite said. “I can tell you we had a great turnout. The weather was perfect, and everyone had a wonderful time.” More...

Ben Wheeler hog festival set for Friday

BEN WHEELER — The Fall Feral Hog Festival and World Championship Wild Hog Cook-Off is set to begin here on Friday. More...

News

Subway honored

Subway manager Belinda Storey holds the Keep Brownsboro Beautiful Business of the Month sign. More...

BROWNSBORO CITY COUNCIL

The Brownsboro City Council on Oct. 14 approved or discussed the following agenda items:   Agreed on a contract with Jack Bailey of Texas Power Consultants regarding the city’s electric bills. More...

BROWNSBORO POLICE DEPT.

The Brownsboro Police Department reported the following calls for service in September:   More...

Letters

Tarrant announces candidacy

My name is Sue Tarrant, and it has been my great pleasure to be your justice of the peace for 24 years.   I have lived in the LaRue area with my husband, Bobby, and we have been married for almost 37 years. More...

Historical

Recalling memories of gristmills, millponds

As a young girl, I have fond memories of my grandfather’s gristmill in Poynor and swimming in the millpond.   T.O. More...