October 10, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Chili cookoff always a hit

Looking for a little cooking competition to spice up the weekend?  Look no further than the 25th annual Chandler Pow Wow as it hosts a Chili Appreciation Society International, Inc. More...

Special Sections

School

BES BEST BEARS

Brownsboro Elementary School Best Bears for the week of Oct. 4. More...

ROWDY READERS

Brownsboro Elementary School recognizes Rowdy Reading Rascals which are students that read AR books and take a computerized test on the book. More...

Henderson County youth celebrate National 4-H Week

More than 6 million young people across the country are celebrating National 4-H Week, which takes place annually during the first full week of October.  More...

Sports

Ready for more

Hooker, Bears excited for district play

Brownsboro enters District 15-3A with ambitions to be a playoff team.  First-year head coach Jason Hooker is excited about the team’s chances at being one of four teams from the district to advance to the playoffs.  More...

Depth tested early with key injuries

One of the biggest storylines of the first half for the Brownsboro Bears is how the team has overcome injuries at key positions.  Sophomore Tamrick Pace was set for a breakout year at receiver and defensive back before cracking his femur during More...

Non-District Team Leaders

Offense Passing Jared Bragdon 46-80, 759y, 7TD Will Bailey 3-6, 79y, TD   More...

Four honored as grand marshals

Prior to October 1988, a group of four local school teachers promoted the idea that Chandler needed an annual fall event to bring the community together in celebration of the end of summer.  Those four ladies are still very active in the Chandle More...

Howl-o-ween draws interest

The Pow Wow has always had its share of unique events and this year is no exception. As part of the 25th anniversary celebration of the Chandler fall festival, organizers have launched a Howl-o-ween Pet Costume Contest. More...

News

Jean Brittain seeks re-election as district clerk

Jean Godwin Brittain will seek re-election as District Clerk of Henderson County.  Brittain is a native Athenian and a life-long resident of Henderson County. More...

Letter to the Editor

Voter Photo ID an Expensive, Unnecessary Government Regulation  Despite what Republicans and their friends at Fox News report, the number of confirmed cases of voter fraud have been almost nonexistent.  More...

Chandler Library continues state accreditation status

Chandler Public Library has been accredited and will be a fully qualified member of the Texas Library System again this year.  The accreditation is valid from Sept. 1 through Aug. 31, 2014.  More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Zeffie Mae Featherston

Zeffie Mae Featherston, 87, Chandler, died October 1, 2013 in Tyler. Services were held Friday, October 4, 2013 at 2 PM at Union Hill Baptist Church in Brownsboro with Bro. Bill Hamilton officiating. More...

Othel Murriel Amoss

Othel Murriel Amoss, 92, Chandler, died Saturday, October 5, 2013 in Chandler. Funeral services awere held Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at Chandler Memorial Funeral Home Chapel with Revs. Bob Sexton and Danny Bristow officiating. More...

Writer's Corner

WRITER’S CORNER

WILL ETERNAL PUNISHMENT BE EXPERIENCED BY THE REBELLIOUS?   More...

Historical

Chandler Indian Tribes

All of my life I have heard stories about Indian tribes around the Neches River, Kickapoo Creek area and Battle Creek area of Chandler in the 1800s. More...