October 17, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Alcohol ordinance approved

Brownsboro is ready if Henderson County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 voters approve beer and wine sales in the November election. The city council passed an amendment to ordinance no. 2010-001A on Thursday, Oct. More...

Whataburger no parking zone created

A no parking zone has been established on Farmto Market Road 315 in Chandler between Highway 31 and Main Street. The zone was approved by Chandler City Council during its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, Oct. 8. More...

Special Sections

School

Josh Seale named commended student

Brownsboro High School announced that Josh Seale has been named a Commended Student in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program. More...

Brownsboro ISD goes pink

The Brownsboro High School cheerleaders hope that someday “Pink Out” games will be a thing of the past, but until then they will continue to support those working towards finding cure. More...

BES BEST BEARS

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

Sports

Not in the script

Mabank stuns Brownsboro with 17-6 upset victory

Brownsboro’s offense was shutdown for the first time all season as the Bears suffered a 17-6 loss to the Mabank Panthers to open District 15-3A play last week.  More...

Let’s go!

BISD cross country ready for district race in Canton

The District 15-3A meet is right around the corner and the cross country runners representing Brownsboro ISD are ready.  Competing in their final meet before the district race, Brownsboro ISD runners claimed six medals led by the ever-improving More...

Bearettes finished with first half

Brownsboro faced the toughest part of its District 15-3A schedule last week and nearly pulled off a big upset.  After being swept by the No. 9 Van Lady Vandals on Tuesday, the Bearettes bounced back in a big way against Mabank Friday.  More...

Williams to be inducted Saturday

Long before Scott Williams announced he was running for judge of the Henderson County Court at Law he recorded three straight years of varsity football success for Brownsboro High. More...

Brownsboro, Chandler communities gear up for Halloween

Both Brownsboro and Chandler have community-wide events planned for Halloween, Thursday, Oct. 31. In an effort to keep children safe, events are planned at both city parks. More...

News

Caleb Jack Cade awarded scholarship

Caleb Jack Cade, a graduate of Brownsboro High School, has been awarded a scholarship by the Texas Interscholastic League Foundation.  More...

Retirement Party

  Lorie Lee Travi, former Library Director for the Henderson County Murchison Memorial Library in Athens, was honored at a farewell reception on Monday, Oct. 14. Ms. Travi has accepted a position with the Dallas Public Library System. More...

Getting Acquainted

Name: Andrew DyerI live in Brownsboro.Family: Mark(dad), Sheri(mom), Kelby (brother), Emma(sister).Occupation: field tech in Tyler refinery. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Charles W. Green Sr.

A rosary for Charles William Green Sr., age 81, of Murchison, was held Monday, Oct. 14, 2013, followed by a memorial service at 6 p.m. at St. More...

Margaret Probst Moseley O’Harra

Funeral Services for Margaret Probst Moseley O’Harra are scheduled for Wednesday, October 16,th 1:00 P.M. at Hannigan Smith Funeral Home Chapel in Athens with Bro. Tom Bragdon officiating. Burial will be in Payne Springs Cemetery. More...

Letters

Letter to the Editor

When I see the leader of any party attempting to say they know what the people need, I shudder!  When the letter to the editor last week related the explosion of the fertilizer plant to voter I.D. law, I saw red.  More...

Historical

Miss Ruby and her 1926 Chevrolet

I looked up when I heard a car puttering down the country road toward our house. More...