January 27, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Trustees decide again on land for BES

BROWNSBORO — The Brownsboro Independent School District Board of Trustees have for the second time decided to build a new elementary school on a 52-acre site near the city limits.  More...

Closing some post offices may be necessary, USPS says

A spokesman with the United States Postal Service acknowledged on Tuesday that closing thousands of rural offices may be necessary to “cut costs.”  More...

Carnahan talks faith, service, family

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BANQET SET FOR FEB. 10

Air Force Lt. Col. David Carnahan, chief of medical staff with the 332nd Expeditionary Medical Group, is scheduled to appear on Feb. More...

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School

Brownsboro High School participates in Test-Prep Seminars event

In an era of growing pressure on schools to improve test scores and accountability, Brownsboro High School Principal Kenneth Wooten is taking steps to help students achieve higher standardized test scores.  More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Ginger Adams

A private memorial service for Mrs. Ginger Adams was on Jan. 26, 2011, at Lake Palestine United Methodist Church in Chandler, with a private family burial at Tyler Memorial Cemetery.  Mrs. Adams of Chandler died on Jan. More...

Janice Cade

Services for Mrs. Janice Cade, 72, of Chandler, are scheduled for Friday, Jan. 28, 2011, at 2 p.m., at First United Methodist Church in Chandler, with the Rev. More...

REPLACING SETTLE

Brownsboro Bears baseball coach Ty Thomison (standing) is a possible candidate to replace Athletic Director and football coach John Settle, who has resigned to join the Sunnyvalle Independent School More...

On Martin Street, Chandler tests second well site

Andrews & Foster Drilling Company of Athens continues to search the Carrizo Wilcox aquifer after a drill test on Noonday Road provided only moderate results.  “At the site they tested, there’s water,” Chandler City Council More...

Photo

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News

Holland joins Gooden for swearing-in ceremonies

AUSTIN — A week after the 82nd Legislature was sworn in, Texas Gov. Rick Perry took his oath and began his third full term in offi ce, and Henderson County Republican Chairwoman Betty Holland joined state Rep. More...

QUICK HITS

GOLDEN GIRLS  The Golden Girls is scheduled to host a spaghetti dinner at Brownsboro High School on Saturday, from 6 to 9 p.m.  To-go orders are available.  ST. BONIFACE CATHOLIC CHURCH  More...

Advocacy center honors volunteers

During a Children’s Advocacy Centers of Texas awards banquet in Austin, honorable-mention honors were handed down to several multidisciplinary team members of the Henderson County Children’s Advocacy Center.  They are:  Caney Ci More...

Sports

Thomison could be chosen to replace Settle

BROWNSBORO — Brownsboro Bears baseball coach Ty Thomison could be considered to replace outgoing Athletic Director John Settle, Superintendent Elton Caldwell wrote to trustees on Monday.  More...

Bears go 1-1 on week with win over Daingerfield, loss to Bullard

On Jan. 18, the Brownsboro Bears dropped a district game to the Bullard Panthers, 56-45, in Bullard.  Bullard outscored Brownsboro 20-6 in the second quarter to get a 26- 20 lead at halftime. More...

Bullard hands Bearettes first district loss

LaQuesha Cooper’s 18 points led the Brownsboro Bearettes to a 31-22 win over the Daingerfield Lady Tigers on Jan. More...