November 10, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Wilson returns as news editor

The Chandler & Brownsboro Statesman has hired Chad Wilson as its news editor.  “We are thrilled to have Chad back here with The Statesman,” said Statesman senior staffer and advertising representative Wanda Nichols.  Wilson More...

Wreck leaves local family in need of help

An Oct. 9 vehicular accident has left two brothers suffering from extensive, critical injuries and in financial straits. Furthermore, it is unknown when either man will be released from medical care to return to work.   More...

City repairs water line leak

Parts of the north-eastern end of Chandler were without water last Thursday as the city repaired a main water line that had leaked on two different occasions according to City Administrator Jim Moffeit.  A crew contracted from Stanley McCurley b More...

Special Sections

School

Simply the best

BISD elementary schools earn high NCEArating

There is something pretty special about the elementary schools in Brownsboro ISD.  The National Center for Educational Achievement (NCEA), a department of ACT, Inc., released its 2011 NCEA Higher Performing Schools List for Texas and only three More...

‘JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT’

New version scheduled for Nov. 12, 17, 19

The Brownsboro Encore Actors will be presenting “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at the Brownsboro Independent School District Auditorium Nov. 12, Nov. 17 and Nov. 19.  More...

Sports

Cooper leads Bearettes to season-opening win

The Brownsboro Bearettes took advantage of 18 Wills Point turnovers to get a 44-28 win to tip off the 2011-2012 basketball season.  More...

Brownsboro Bearettes 2011-2012 Basketball Schedule

DATE OPPONENT TEAMS TIME LOCATION 11/15 Jacksonville 9-JV-V 5:00 Home 11/17-19 Van Tournament 9-JV TBA Away 11/19 Kerens JV-V 1:00 Away 11/21 More...

‘Learning’ season behind Thomison and Bears, with fresh look to future

Under first-year head coach Ty Thomison, the Brownsboro Bears had a rough season where they finished with a 1-9 record, but it was a season in which there was much experience gained and many obstacles overcome.  More...

A LABOR OF LOVE

CNB teams with non-profit to aid Chandler woman

A for-profit and a non-profit have teamed up to continue a tradition of helping citizens who find themselves in need.  Citizens National Bank of Chandler joined Henderson County Labor of Love Saturday to build a fire escape, replace a window and More...

Chandler approves long-term plan, new city seal

The “City with a Heart” is now a city with a vision as the city of Chandler unanimously passed ordinance No. More...

‘I PRAY FOR ZOEY’

Communities rally around 4-month-old battling OMS

The Chandler and Brownsboro communities have rallied around the Caskey family with prayers, financial support and well wishes. More...

COMMISSIONERS LIFT BURN BAN

The Henderson County Commissioners Court met Tuesday and lifted the burn ban for all of Henderson County. Precinct 3 Commissioner Ronny Lawrence said the topic will be discussed again at next week's meeting and could be reinstated if needed. More...

News

Happenings Around Town

The   Brownsboro High School  Speech and Debate Team finished in fourth place out of 20 schools at the John Tyler speech and debate meet on Nov. More...

Rozell hosts Kappa Pi program, silent auction

Members of Kappa Pi Chapter met at the home of Nancy Rozell on Thursday, Nov. 3, for a program on “First Ladies” and a silent auction fundraiser.  More...

Edom’s Old Firehouse hosting songwriting trio

Original, acoustic music performed in a “listening room” environment where the music is the focus. That’s the idea behind The Old Firehouse in Edom and the Nov. More...