October 11, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

BEARS HOMECOMIING

Legends to lead parade

The return of the homecoming parade has created a lot of buzz around Brownsboro ISD and two longtime employees of the district have been selected to lead the parade Thursday, Oct. 18.  More...

Special Sections

Obituaries - Free Access

Hazel Fay Ross Thomison

Services to be held Sunday at Chandler First

Funeral services for Hazel Fay Ross Thomison, 83, of Chandler, formerly of Athens, are scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct.  More...

Sports

Breaking News - 10/17/2012 9:30 AM

Bearettes rally to beat Athens

Playoff hopes still alive with two games remaining

 It is safe to say, Friday's game against Mineola is a must-win for the Brownsboro Bearettes.  Brownsboro fought back from a 2-1 deficit Tuesday to knock off Athens as it looks to secure a shot at the playoffs with a win over Mineola Friday More...

Now it counts

Bears open District 15-3A play on the road in Mabank

Brownsboro finished the nondistrict portion of its schedule with a 3-2 record, now it is time to wipe it clean and start fresh for district play.  Before looking ahead to District 15-3A, flashback to 2006 when Brownsboro made school history by a More...

District 15-3A Varsity Football Schedule

Oct. 12 Brownsboro at Mabank Canton at Athens Mineola at Van Oct. 19 Mineola at Brownsboro Van at Athens Mabank at Canton Oct. 26 Brownsboro at Van Canton at Mineola Athens at Mabank More...

Letters

Letters to the Editor

To The Editor, I have lived in Chandler for some fifteen years and have always been out spoken for the older citizens and the people that live here that have a hard time paying their taxes that this city puts on them every year and most of the time t More...

Historical

CHANDLER YESTERYEAR

Chandler High School’s Football Teams

The first 6-man football game played in Texas was in 1936. Six-man football was developed as an alternative means for small high schools, like Chandler, to field a football team. More...

BROWNSBORO REMEMBERED

Church of Christ of Brownsboro

As I remember the Church of Christ at Brownsboro in 1910, there was a few members living here, but they went to Zion Hill to worship.  More...

CHANDLER POW WOW

A trip through festival's history

It started with a discussion after dinner one night in 1987 and now - 25 years later - the Chandler Pow Wow is running as strong as ever.  Chandler Chamber of Commerce President John Camper said Martha Copeland, Dorothy McHam and Rosie Bussman w More...

Pow Wow events begin Saturday with parade

Rain or shine the 24th annual Chandler Pow Wow is ready to roll Saturday, Oct. 13 at Winchester Park. Vendors start setting up at 7:30 a.m. Saturday and some will have various breakfast food for sale. More...

Shop items fuel blaze - Free Access

A fire on Mockingbird Lane left one Murchison man’s shop completely destroyed last week. More...

News

Area retirees to hear fund status and hold food drive

Angelica Torres, Texas Employees  More...

Edom scarecrow trail this weekend

The monthly 279 Artisians Trail Art Jam will have a Halloween theme this month as homemade scarecrows will be displayed along the trail on Farm-to-Market 279. 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...

Writer's Corner

CHECKLIST CHARLIE

Bonus blessings

I don’t like that term “step.” Step-kids. Step-mom.  Yuck. It’s just awkward.  More...

WRITER’S CORNER

WHO ARE YOU JESUS AND WHAT IS WISDOM?

I am GOD.  There is a way that seems right to a man  But its end is the way of death  The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, But he who heeds counsel is wise. More...

SOMETHING ELSE

Scrabble, anyone?

A friend sent me what has to be one of the cleverest e-mails I’ve received in a while. Someone out there must be “deadly” at Scrabble. I will give you the word, and when the letters are rearranged, what it will be. More...