February 24, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Brownsboro Auto Service to expand by June

BROWNSBORO — Brownsboro Auto Service is expected to offer oil changes by June, owner Dustin McLean said.  More...

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School

Brownsboro High school FCCLA members win awards

Seven members of Brownsboro High School’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America won one gold, silver, and bronze honors in the Regional Star Events and LEO competitions in Waco on Feb. 14-16. More...

Sports

Thomison discusses ‘dream come true,’ early plans as new AD

A former four-sport athlete at Brownsboro High School, Ty Thomison said he is excited about his new position and right where he wants to be.  “I could not possibly be more excited than I am right now. More...

Bearettes’ comeback attempt comes up short in area playoffs

ENNIS — The Fairfi eld Lady Eagles ended the Brownsboro Bearettes (26-8) basketball season on Feb. More...

SOFTBALL & T-BALL SIGN-UPS

Sign-ups for Brownsboro softball and boys’ Tball, ages 3 to 15, end on March 7.  For information, call 903-681-2876   More...

Hall to run for mayor; Rains won’t seek re-election

Ann Hall, a Chandler City Council member since 2000, has filed to run for mayor.  More...

TVEC to extend power to new BES site

BROWNSBORO — Trinity Valley Electric Cooperative will extend threephase power to the front of the 52-acre property north of State Highway 31 where the new Brownsboro Elementary School is expected to be built at no cost, offi- cials said.  More...

News

Chandler’s Bledsoe pens 400-page autobiography

Ninety- one- year- old Naomi Bledsoe has just published a 400-page autobiography, “I Wouldn’t Take Nothin for My Journey Now.”  In 2008, Bledsoe published a cookbook, “Cooking with Nonnie,” before immediately beginn More...

Booth to perform in Edom

In 1987, LJ Booth came out of the central Wisconsin woodwork with his debut album, “Yarns,” which was described as “simply great music.”  In the years since, he won three prominent U.S. More...

CBACC

Here’s a little information about our banquet:  We served 184 meals and had a very nice group. We had 80 items to auction and the speaker was excel- lent. More...

News of Record

CLINT DAVIS

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