August 11, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

CHANDLER CITY COUNCIL

Pay raises approved

Officials on Tuesday approved an across the board three-percent pay raise for city employees. This increase will cost residents about $16k and will be paid through city taxes.  Mayor Ann Hall said the raise is well deserved.  More...

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Bear Radio to continue with football broadcasts and coaches show

Bear Radio will be back broadcasting Bear football games this fall, and “The Coaches Corner” will resume, albeit with a different name, this year as well.  The Coaches Corner with Brownsboro Head Football Coach Ty Thomison will air l More...

BMC Youth Foundation Fall baseball and softball registration

The BMC Youth Foundation has started registration for the Fall baseball and softball seasons.  Games will be played September 17 to November 19 on Saturdays.  Deadline for registration is September 1.   More...

Copper items stolen during home burglary

The thieves were after copper.  Chief of Police Ron Reeves said a family member checked on the vacant property near Texas Highway 31 and noticed a window air conditioning unit missing.  It was mainly copper wire and fixtures that were missi More...

Experts: Texas in trouble thanks to effects of ‘costliest drought ever’

Texas is in trouble.  The impact of the current drought on the state’s hay, agriculture and produce industry has been debilitating already and will likely worsen if the drought continues as some experts predict.  More...

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Master Gardener workshop series continues Aug. 11 with perennials

Henderson County Master Gardeners Summer Workshop Series will be 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11 at the Library at Cedar Cedar Creek Lake in Seven Points.  More...

Clean up and cash in

Have you been waiting for a reason to clean out your attic?  Well here it is!  The Treasure Hunters Roadshow has made it to East Texas and they're looking for hidden treasure. More...

Kingdom Kare Preschool

Starting 9th year at UHBC

Does your preschooler need a change of scenery? Would they like to meet new friends and have some fun? Does Mom need a break?  More...

Letters

Editor: Editor,

First of all, I know you will not print this letter because it is confrontational and the truth.  I’m just a farm boy, raised on the banks of the Trinity River, near Trinidad, Texas. More...

CLASS OF 1961 HAS GOLDEN REUNION

On Saturday, July 16, the Brownsboro High School Class of 1961 observed their 50th anniversary with a reception at the BISD Administration Building, which was the high school building when they attended. More...