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Pow Wow kicks off Saturday

Officials asking for canned food donations for God’s Open Hands

The 31st annual Chandler Pow Wow will kick off 10 a.m. Saturday with a parade that begins on Martin Street. There will be about 100 entrants in this year’s parade, more than ever before, according to Tom Martin with the Chandler Lions Club. More...

Former addict leads theCall to Recovery

He’s had felony convictions, and has lost his job, freedom, home, wife and children – all because of his addictions.  Before the day he lost custody of his children, Dan Hosch of Brownsboro thought he had nothing to lose.  More...

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School

Chandler residents earns honors

WACO — Kramer Faul of Chandler has earned a place on the President’s Honor Roll for the 2011 summer semester at Texas State Technical College Waco.  Faul, a student in Aviation Maintenance Technology, is among those recognized with a More...

Sports

Brownsboro falls by 7 to Van Alstyne, preps for district

ROYSE CITY — The Brownsboro Bears sufferend another close defeat, 28-21, to the Van Alstyne Panthers on Sept. More...

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District 17-3A Standings

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Redistricting would not affect Chandler-Brownsboro voters

A Henderson County redistricting plan recently submitted to the U.S. Department of Justice would have absolutely no effect on Chandler or Brownsboro addresses.  More...

BURN BAN EXTENDED

Henderson County Commissioners’ Court extended the current burn ban another 14 days Tuesday. The reason is continuing drought conditions in the county, which officials say will only worsen in the near future. More...

STAMP OF APPROVAL

Postal official says no job cuts expected in Chandler-Brownsboro

The U.S. Postal Service said last week it wants to end Saturday mail delivery by early next year as part of a wideranging plan to slash jobs, save billions of dollars and cope with the impact of declining mail volume in the Internet age.  More...

PARK - N - PLAY

Fall Weather FINALLY hits Chandler! Landon Henson, 6, of Chandler ditched the books for playground equipment Friday as school closed for a teacher work day. More...

News

HENDERSON COUNTY GRAND JURY INDICTMENTS

Members of the Henderson County grand jury met three times throughout September and returned 79 true bills:  • James Garfield Marshall, B/M, 20, from Athens, indicted for Murder.  • James Garfield Marshall, B/M, 20, from Athens, i More...

Traffic stop leads to couple’s arrest

A couple was arrested in Brownsboro following a traffic stop for a minor offense.  More...

Kickapoo Creek 4H Club collects bears for CASA

The Kickapoo Creek 4H Club directed by Sandra Adair collected needed Teddy Bears for CASA children in Henderson County.  More...