February 10, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

‘Such A Blessing’

The Poncho Duran Educational Fund will begin its fifth semester on Tuesday. Teacher Paula Phillips praised the program’s success, saying dozens of students have turned out each semester. More...

Rains considers running for another term

Chandler Mayor Joye Rains, after being in power for almost nine years, told The Statesman she may seek a fifth term while helping her husband fight cancer.  More...

Poncho Duran Educational Fund to begin fifth semester on Tuesday

BROWNSBORO — The Poncho Duran Educational Fund English class will begin its fifth semester on Tuesday, and teacher Paula Phillips praised the program’s work.  More...

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Sports

Trustees could consider AD candidates on Monday

BROWNSBORO — Superintendent Elton Caldwell said the Brownsboro   Independent School District Board of Trustees on Monday may consider candidates to replace John Settle, who was named athletic director and head football coach in Sunnyvale i More...

Bearettes drop regular season finale in double overtime to Bullard

The Brownsboro Bearettes dropped a double overtime decision to the Bullard Lady Panthers, 46- 38, on Feb. More...

Bears drop pair of district games

The Brownsboro Bears dropped two games in District 17-3A play last week, dropping their record to 2-4.  Keuntis Thompson’s four three-point field goals were not enough on Feb. More...

Caldwell Wins Chamber's Citizen of Year Award

Brownsboro Independent School District Superintendent Elton Caldwell and Johnie Paul Johnson of Chandler each won the Chandler Brownsboro Area Chamber of Commerce's Citizen of the Year award on Thursday night. More...

Chandler City Council OKs engineering contract for new water well

Chandler City Council members on Tuesday night agreed to contract Everett Griffith Jr. & Associates of Lufkin to engineer a water well on Martin Street. More...

Chamber awards banquet set for tonight in Chandler

The Chandler Brownsboro Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards banquet is set for tonight, but the organization was still asking members to donate items for a silent auction.  “We’ve been able to get a few of them, but we do More...

DQ to open near Chandler in June

Dairy Queen of Tyler will open a restaurant near Chandler within four months, a company representative told The Statesman on Tuesday.  “We will not break ground until March, and we will not be open until June,” Len Smith, director of More...

Bear Radio continues to wait on decision from FCC on FM status

BROWNSBORO — A Brownsboro Independent School District official said he should know by the end of the month whether the Federal Communications Commission will grant Bear Radio access to lowpower FM status.  More...

News

CELEBRATING 5O

Helen and Gene Giger celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday at First United Methodist Church in Chandler. About 100 people attended the event. More...

Cherokee scouts receive awards

As we begin the new year in Cherokee District, let us sum up the old year. More...

Henry, Daly announce engagement

Mr. and Mrs. More...