April 10, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

City Council Candidates Q&A

Don Daniell’s Biography   More...

City Council Candidates Q&A

Janeice Lunsford’s Biography   More...

P&Z approves new construction projects

In a regularly-scheduled meeting Tuesday, April 1, Chandler’s Planning and Zoning Commission approved a final plat and two site plans.  More...

Letter from the Mayor

The Chandler community lost a true visionary last week with the passing of Randy Parker. He knew that Chandler was growing, so he turned acres and acres of pasture land into neighborhoods for the families that would come. More...

Special Sections

School

ROWDY READING RASCALS

Brownsboro Elementary Rowdy Reading Rascals for the week of March 31 – April 4 were: Kindergarten- Aaron Flores; 1st grade- Baylee Thompson; 2nd grade- Ava Claire Wyatt; 3rd grade- Ashly Martin More...

BES BEST BEARS

Brownsboro Elementary Best Bears for the week of March 31 – April 4 were: PKAM – Jeremiah High; PKPM – Ryan Williams; KA – Dakota Hicks; KB – Austyn Colley; KC – E More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Jack Edward Kuntze

Services for Jack Edward Kuntze, 77, Athens were Wednesday, April 9, at Carroll-Lehr Funeral  Home with Jeff Howard officiating. Burial followed at Oaklawn Memorial Park.  Mr. More...

Billy Wayne Lockwood

Services for Billy Wayne Lockwood, 78, of Chandler, were Friday, April 4, at 2:30 PM at First Baptist Church in Chandler with Rev. Bob Sexton and Rev. Tom Roebuck officiating. More...

Letters

Letters to the Editor

Editor,  Giger, we sent you to City Hall to be a voice for the whole town and instead you have been the problem for the ones that voted to put you on the council. More...

City Council Candidates Q&A

James Allison’s Biography   I was born in Smith County in 1944. In 1957 my mom and dad bought 33 acres on FM 2010 (back then it was called Concord Rd.). So we moved here in ’57. I have been here off and on since then. More...

City Council Candidates Q&A

Michael Chandler’s Biography   More...

City Council Candidates Q&A

Gene Giger’s Biography   More...

Lack of communication leads to criticism

Chandler city administrator responds to developer's issues with city's rules, regs

Dale Barnes, Old Main Street Market developer, addressed the P&Z committee by first thanking them for their voluntary services they provide the city to make it a better place but has some frustrations concerning the city’s rules and regulat More...

GREAT AMERICAN CLEANUP IN CHANDLER

“The City of Chandler and Keep Chandler Beautiful held a very successful community clean-up event Saturday, April 5, as a part of the Great American Cleanup.” John Taylor, city administra More...

News

Eustace man behind bars for 2013 robbery

A Eustace man, Jeremy Jarrett, 26, was sentenced to 30 years in the state penitentiary Monday, April 7, by Judge Carter Tarrance of the 392nd Judicial District Court. More...

Lion's Den

The Greater Athens Lions Club has been working with the Athens Soup Kitchen on its opening. President Mary Shyrock, Cathy Arnold and Chandler Lions Club members Ruby Simon and Gloria Estes worked together to have a can drive. Not picture are Dr. L. More...

Three famous men

SOMETHING ELSE |

Many years ago there were three men who earned a name for themselves. This is a summary of their lives. Al Capone, the first man, virtually owned Chicago. More...

Sports

Chandler's Classic Horseshoe Tournament Results

Saturday, April 5, at Winchester Park

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Brownsboro boys fourth, girls second at Champ Hambrick Relays JV meet

Champ Hambrick Relays Junior Varsity Results from Thursday, March 27:   JV Boys Results  Team Standings — 1. Westwood, 151; 2. Gilmer, 144; 3. Van, 103; 4. Brownsboro, 101; 5. Bullard, 71; 6. Spring Hill, 28.  More...

Bearettes fall to Canton 4-3

The Brownsboro Bearettes Varsity softball team knocked around Canton’s pitcher to the tune of 12 hits, but failed to convert enough runners into runs, and lost 4-3 in seven innings on Tuesday, April 1.  Baylee McCurley paced the Bearettes More...

Historical

Didja knows about Chandler, Texas

Chandler has had an eventful past. “Didja know” that In prehistoric times the inhabitants of the Chandler and Neches River area were the Caddo Indians, later called Tejas, the Spanish spelling of the word Caddo? More...