July 26, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

HISTORY ON WHEELS

Yarborough housemakes move through Chandler

The former home of U.S. Senator Ralph Yarborough made the big move last Wednesday to Arlie McCain Memorial Park where it will become the site of the Chandler museum. Dozens of people lined Hwy. More...

Constable race to be determined Tuesday

The wait is just about over.  Early voting in the primary runoff election ends Friday as the race for Henderson County Precinct 3 constable will finally come to a conclusion at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 31.  More...

Special Sections

Obituaries - Free Access

Seth Wayne Bullock

Services for Seth Wayne Bullock, 17, of Chandler, are scheduled for Saturday, July 28, 2012 at 1:00 PM at Chandler Memorial Funeral Home with Rev. Bill Stuart officiating. More...

Bill Copeland

William H. "Bill" Copeland, 94, died July 18, 2012, just six months after his and Nina's 70thwedding anniversary.  More...

Chantel Barrett

Funeral services for Chantel Barrett, 18, of Tyler, were held at 11 a.m. Monday, July 23, 2012, at First Baptist Church of Henderson with the Rev. M.D. Hood officiating. Interment followed in Shiloh Cemetery under the direction of Crawford-A. More...

Sports

UIL Steroid Testing Report released

9 students found positive for banned substance. More...

East Texas Girls Softball 15U Team

The East Texas Girls Softball 15U team, Dynomite, went out this year with a bang. More...

Hello, State!

Teams reach pinnacle of Texas Teenage Association play   More...

BISD launches education foundation

WRL makes $10,000 donation to jump-start program

Brownsboro Independent School District has launched the Brownsboro ISD Education Foundation, a 501(C)(3), established for the purpose of providing instructional grants for teachers in BISD to enrich the instructional program for all BISD students. More...

Phillips improving, moved to Baylor rehab

Brownsboro Junior High student Havis Phillips is steadily recovering from cardiac arrest and has been moved to the Baylor rehabilitation center in Dallas, Tori Sorsby said.  More...

Chandler residents help police nab Guthrie

Less than 24 hours after local law enforcement agencies initiated a statewide manhunt for Jackie Martez Guthrie he was found by three area residents who were on a weekend get-a-way in Galveston. More...

News

City sets 1st tournament at horseshoe pits

One of the objectives of the City of Chandler has been to increase the diversity of users inWinchester Park.  The city proposed the idea of a tournament level horseshoe complex to the Chandler Economic Development Corporation and city council in More...

Saluting Our Soldiers

The following individuals are proudly serving the United States of America in the Armed Forces. The Chandler and Brownsboro area communities are proud of you! For those who are serving overseas, we await your safe return.  More...

BHS releases schedule pick-up information

July is coming to a close and with August near Brownsboro High School is preparing for the upcoming school year.  Several changes are in store as the school is undergoing minor renovations and the addition of new teachers and administrative pers More...

Writer's Corner

WRITER’S CORNER

AWESOME IN POWER

Abraham knew You as his El Shaddai The One and Only ~~ God Almighty Speaking with him; he fell on his face there at that place Changing his name, You kept him, ever faithful to remain Taught him to possess his own vessel in patience Afather of many n More...

Historical

Chandler Yesteryear

All aboard for 28 cents

In 1879, A. H. Chandler was instrumental in getting the Texas & St. Louis Railway Co. to extend its railway from Tyler to Athens through his land. More...

Dr. Horton

Dr. Arthur Horton was born in Ittawamba Co. Miss. In 1873. He was the third of five children.  In 1876 his family moved to Hill County, near Itasca. More...