February 3, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

For now, Chandler stops well tests

Following its second drill test, Chandler is done — at least for now — searching the Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer for more water.  “But that could change as we move foward in acquiring water for the city’s needs, now and in the More...

Repairs to government building following fire near completion

Repairs to Chandler’s city-government building following a fire in November are expected to be complete in about two weeks, city administrator Jim Moffeit said.  “The repairs are about 75 percent complete, but there is some painting More...

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School

BHS participates in contest for prom

Julie Wooten has entered Brownsboro High School in an online contest to win prizes for the senior and junior prom.  “It is a great way to get the community involved in our schools,” Wooten said. More...

Murchison ISD receives state certification

Head Start and pre-kindergarten staff at Murchison Independent School District have received Texas School Ready! More...

Sports

Bears go 2-0 with wins over Chapel Hill, Rusk

The Brownsboro Bears went 2-0 in district play last week with wins over the Chapel Hill Bulldogs and the Rusk Eagles.  On Jan. More...

Bearettes get two double-digit wins in district play

After a 12-9 lead in the first quarter, the Brownsboro Bearettes got things going in the second quarter en route to a 47-24 win over the Chapel Hill Lady Bulldogs on Jan. More...

Brownsboro boys’ JV squad also has unbeaten week

The Brownsboro Bears junior varsity team used an 11-0 scoring run and outscored the Chapel Hill Bulldogs, 20-3, in the fourth quarter to earn a 43-32 win after trailing by six points to open the final quarter.  Jacob Ludford led the Bears with 1 More...

Brownsboro ISD to delay start of classes on Wednesday

The Brownsboro Independent School District has delayed the start of classes on Feb. 8 until 10 a.m. The Statesman's coverage area is expected to receive at least an inch of snow and freezing rain through Wednesday evening. More...

Donations sought for Tommy Nash scholarship fund

A scholarship fund has been set up at two Henderson County banks to honor the late Tommy Joe Nash.  More...

State agency gives OK for BISD police

The Brownsboro Independent School District Police Department has received approval from Texas officials to become an activated police department, John Daniels said.  “The state approved our proce- dures, activated our department (on Friday More...

BPD still waiting on approval for grant

The Brownsboro Police Department is still waiting to hear from state officials whether they will be awarded a grant to purchase digital radios  More...

PERFECT WEEK

The Brownsboro Bears’ Keuntis Thompson goes in for a layup in the first half of their 55-46 win on Friday over the Chapel Hill Bulldogs. More photos on Page 8. More...

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Kabbage Patch Day School has been named Keep Brownsboro Beautiful business of the month for January. More...

Henderson County Relay for Life set for May 13-14

The Henderson County Relay for Life is scheduled for May 13-14 at The Henderson County Fair Park Complex.  Money raised at the event “saves lives by funding cutting edge cancer research, early detection and prevention education, advocacy e More...

Perry pushes pro-life bill

The third week of session is busier than usual as the Legislature begins tackling some of the most pressing and important issues we will face this year.  By working on one of the most hotly-debated issues first, the Legislature will be able to a More...

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BROWNSBORO

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