October 27, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

COUNTY EXTENDS BURN BAN

Henderson County commissioners voted Tuesday to extend the burn ban for an additional two weeks.   More...

Seniors welcome ‘raise’

Robert “Bob” Johnson says he will take it any way he can get it – even a few dollars at a time.  A retired electrician, the 70-year-old Chandler man takes odd jobs to boost his modest income from Social Security.  “T More...

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During the week of Oct. 3-7, the student council sponsored a "Penny Pounding" contest to raise money for the American Red Cross, Tyler Chapter. More...

Brownsboro teachers attend workshop on Constitution

A select group of three teachers from Brownsboro recently attended a one-day teacher workshop on the U.S. Constitution sponsored by Humanities Texas.  More...

Obituaries - Free Access

DEBRA BOYD

Services for Debra Boyd, 55, of Chandler, were held Monday, Oct. 24, 2011 at 2 p.m. at Chandler First Assembly of God with Rev. David Thompson officiating. More...

Tip leads to capture of knifing suspect

A tip by a resident last week led to the capture of a man accused of assaulting Henderson County deputies with a knife.  More...

Early voting began Monday

Monday marked the start of early voting in Texas for the 2011 state constitutional amendments as well as local issues pertaining to an emergency services district and alcohol sales.  Early voting will continue through Nov. More...

Chandler library accredited

Chandler Public Library is an official member of the Texas Library System as of Oct. 1.  Head librarian Nancy Bertholf said the library has received accreditation. More...

PICKIN’ AND GRINNIN’

Tyler Keyworth and mom April Keyworth, entertain a full house at Sissy's Café Saturday night during their weekly Pickin' & Grinnin' session. More...

News

CHANDLER NURSING CENTER NEWS

A special thank you to all of our wonderful volunteers here at the Chandler Nursing Center: Rev. Copeland, Rev. Berry, Rev. Samuel, Missionary Ricky, The Gideons, The Glad Timers (First Baptist and Faith Baptist) , Mr. Lucas, Rev. More...

Happenings Around Town

The   Great Pumpkin Patch – First  More...

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Texas State Rep. Lance Gooden spoke to the Kickapoo Tea Party on Oct. 17 regarding matters occurring in the Texas House of Representatives. Here Rep. More...

Sports

Brownsboro stuffs Athens in overtime to earn first win

ATHENS — The Brownsboro Bears’ defense, which has had its struggles throughout the season, came up huge on the team’s biggest play of the season when they stuffed Athens running back Jawuan Martin on a two-point conversion attempt i More...

District 17-3A Standings

Team Record Dist. PF More...

Brownsboro JV defeats Athens JV, but Freshmen lose despite big games from Givens, Burleson

The Brownsboro Junior Varsity Bears defeated the Athens JV Hornets, 24-16, on Oct. 20 at Bear Stadium.  More...