December 30, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

City official: ‘We need more water’

ATHENS COMPANY TO TEST WELL SITE ON NOONDAY ROAD

Chandler could add a fifth well before the end of next summer if the results of a test at the Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer on Noonday Road prove adequate, City Council member Gene Giger said.   “We need more water, absolutely. More...

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Obituaries - Free Access

Beverly Evelyene Coffey

Funeral services for Mrs. Beverly Evelyene Coffey, 77, of Brownsboro, will be on Friday, at 10:30 a.m., at Rock Hill Baptist Church, with the Rev. Robert Welch officiating. More...

Kathleen Rogers

Kathleen Rogers’ ashes were buried next to her husband at Mount Pisgah Community Cemetery in Woodville, Texas, on Dec. 26, 2010, under the direction of Tyler Memorial Funeral Home. More...

Letters

State lacks authority to enforce own laws

It’s well and good that Texas has rules for all cities in the state to follow and that our legislatures sit there in Austin and come up with for most any subject, including the trustees meeting in closed session or the Texas Open Meetings Act More...

Trustees should reconsider Caldwell

Is it just me, or does anyone else in our schol district find fault with what our school board has done by not renewing our superintendent’s contract?   More...

Chandler burglary suspect remains jailed

A Flint man was being held in the Henderson County Jail on $15,750 bond after being charged by Chandler police with theft and burglary of a building.   Billy Ray Dunn, 18, of Flint was arrested on Dec. More...

Council to add clarifier before expanding plant

Officials will use up to $1.3 million in revenue bonds to build a second clarifer at Chandler’s wastewater treatment plant, perform work on the existing one, and repair a lift station on Noonday Road, city administrator Jim Moffeit said. More...

WEST LAKE BAPTIST

The church office will be closed today and Friday. We wish everyone a Happy New Year! Have a safe day handling the fireworks. More...

News

COUNTY ATTORNEY CLINT DAVIS

Henderson County attorney Clint Davis reports the following activity in the disposition of cases filed in November in the County Court at Law, County Court at Law No. 2, and County Court:   More...

CenturyLink offers help to consumers

Low-income consumers in Texas may qualify for assistance programs that will reduce the cost of initial telephone installation and basic monthly service, according to a press release.   More...

QUICK HITS

MEALS ON WHEELS The East Texas Cotton Pickers Band performs every Thursday at the Chandler Community Center during Meals on Wheels events, at 10 a.m. More...

Sports

Brownsboro rolls over Whitehouse in Bearette doubleheader

BROWNSBORO — In the first day of the Bearette Doubleheader, the Brownsboro Bearettes defeated the Whitehouse Ladycats 55- 23 on Monday. More...

Athens Swim Club trains youth

The Athens Swim Club, comprised of youth from ages 5 to 18, is in the middle of its short-course season. More...

Sign-ups continue for Girls Little Dribblers

Sign-ups for Girls Little Dribblers is scheduled to continue through Jan. 7, according to a press release.   The organization is still looking for more players, as well as volunteers to coach teams.   Call Charles Cox, at 903- 681-2876. More...