May 5, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

More than 300 expected to attend ‘fairytale’ prom

More than 300 students are expected to attend Brownsboro High School’s “fairytale” prom on Saturday at the Tyler Municipal Rose Garden, including senior Ashleigh Alford, who found her dress after hours of shopping.  More...

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Gooden wants to split, change all of Henderson County

I’ve lived many years in Henderson County, and the only thing I find wrong is not with the county but the newcomers who want to change everything when they get to the point where they’ve got a little power.  More...

Historical Society eyes Yarborough home for museum

The Chandler Historical Society is leading efforts to acquire the Yarborough house on Old Tyler Road and move it to Arlie McCain Memorial Park, where the structure would be restored and eventually turned into a city museum.  More...

Dozens of shops to be featured during Artisans Trail event

The 279 Artisans Trail’s Second Saturday Art Jam is set for May 14 on a 20-mile stretch of Farm-to-Market Road 279 in and around Ben Wheeler and Edom.  Artists, farmers, restaurants, and shopkeepers host open houses, demonstrate crafts, se More...

Evanses remember growing up in segregated Moore Station

MOORE STATION — Today, when Ira and Brenda Evans talk about growing up in Moore Station in the days of segregation, their perspectives are mature.  They grin when they think about his mother. More...

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Edom Memorial Day set for May 14

Floral tributes will be placed on graves at Edom Cemetery during a Memorial Day service on May 14, according to a press release.  More...

Work on budget, redistricting remains

In the last month of session, the Legislature works early in the morning and late into the night to pass bills.  With major issues like approving a state budget and redistricting still ahead of us, May promises to be busy and exciting.  More...

Edom theatre to host ‘Weekend Comedy’

The second production of Edom Civic Theatre’s 2011 season is set for May 13-14 at the town’s community center.  Written by Jeanne and Sam Brobrick and directed by Gary Slodowick, “Weekend Comedy” tells the story of Frank More...