July 7, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Traffic stop yields arrest for possession

A routine traffic stop just south of Chandler resulted in the arrest of a 22-year old Whitehouse woman.  Henderson County Deputy Cayce Hampton pulled over Cristen Michelle Lord on FM 315 near Westlake Automotive for a defective license plate lig More...

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SUMMER ATHLETIC CAMPS

The 2011 Brownsboro Football Camp was held June 6-9 at Bear Stadium from 9 a.m. to 12:30. Over 50 kids participated in the event. More...

E-Justice equals efficiency for Chandler, Brownsboro PDs

The Brownsboro and Chandler Police Departments have both been approved for grants for E-Justice online reporting that will make daily reports more efficient and also help with officer safety.  More...

CRUISE NIGHT CATCHING ON

Chamber-sponsored car show drawing more entries, support

The “Cruise Night” car shows that the Chandler-Brownsboro Area Chamber of Commerce have been putting on are quickly gaining popularity.  More...

District attorney Scott McKee to seek 2nd term

Henderson County District Attorney Scott McKee announced Friday that he will seek another term. McKee plans to file for reelection in the Republican Primary in March 2012. More...

News

Fan giveaway scheduled Friday

The United Way HELP Line, a program of the Henderson County HELP Center, along with TXU will be distributing 20-inch box fans to TXU customers on Friday, July 8 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.. More...

Postal Service asking for legislative changes to improve fiscal outlook

Dallas — The U.S. More...

Haven of Hope

Local equine rescue offers second chance for forsaken animals

Tucked away from the beaten path south of Brownsboro is a haven of hope for abandoned, neglected, ailing, and abused animals.  Bevans Equine Rescue, located at 12602 CR 3611, is owned by Ben and Marlaena Bevans, who have dedicated their lives to More...