December 29, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Believers Unite

While it is still fresh on everyone’s mind because of the Christmas holiday, the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s desire to remove the Nativity scene at the Henderson County Courthouse will be an event area residents will not forget.&nb More...

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Sports

Bears move to 14-5 after win over Mustangs

The Brownsboro Bears once again used a balanced scoring attack, something they’ve done routinely this season, to record a 45-33 win over the Martin’s Mill Mustangs on Dec. 20.  More...

Football and volleyball all-district honors

Despite struggling through a 1-9 season this year, the Brownsboro Bears football team still received some recognition for All- District honors. More...

COLLEGE CORNER

Hillary Shaffer   In Southeastern Louisiana University’s Christmas  Classic doubleheader, the Lady Lions dropped a pair of games to  Alcorn State and Florida A&M.  On Dec. More...

Change in Leadership

While national headlines rocked the world, the major stories in the Chandler and Brownsboro area in 2011 centered around one theme – change.  More...

Front and Center

Prior to the Nativity rally, the Chandler and Brownsboro communities were already making a move toward recognizing their Christian heritage. More...

New mayors take office

Like Brownsboro ISD, changes took place at the top of the leadership chain for Chandler and Brownsboro as both cities selected new mayors in 2011.  Longtime council member Ann Hall was elected mayor of Chandler while Terry Mills assumed the posi More...

News

Candidates found to fill vacancies on Board of Directors

DEADLINE TO VOTE IS JAN. 6

The Chandler/Brownsboro Area Chamber of Commerce has seven vacancies on the Board of Directors for the 2012 year.  Five of the vacancies were created by board members who completed their three-year term while two were created when directors had More...

Photo

Donuts with Santa was in the Chandler Community Center Dec. 17 from 8-10 a.m. It was sponsored by the Chandler Historical Society. More...

BLUE KNIGHTS HELP OUT AT HOLIDAYS

The Henderson County HELP Center thanks the Blue Knights Chapter XXVIII for the support of the Athens Unit of Salvation Army. This law enforcement motorcycle club manned the Kettle on Saturday, Dec. More...