July 17, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

B'boro receives bids for road project

After a lightning-fast session, Brownsboro City Council was finally able to approve a bid for the Saylors/Ingram street project at their monthly meeting held July 10.  After being unable to receive a single bid for the project, the city recently More...

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The 12-Under BMC Patriots are heading to the state playoffs. Undefeated so far, the 16-0 Patriots head to Belton, TX to compete against the state's best teams. More...

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Warrior roster: Hudson Childers – 21, Jaxyn Rogers – 9, Jackson Epperson – 11, Aiden Green – 42, Ashton Loosier – 10, Collin Crow – 6, Andrew Branch – 13, Br More...

Historical

The Womanless Wedding

The year was 1943. I was in the second grade at Chandler Elementary School, and I had been selected to take part in an unusual wedding at school—a womanless wedding, in fact. More...

Chandler adopts new Public Works policies

Chandler City Council met July 8 to discuss policies and equipment purchases for the new Public Works department, accept a donation of land and amend the city budget.  While some of the five policies accepted will only affect the Public Works de More...

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Third year in a row for the Warriors

Michael Fitzgerald with the 10-Under BMC Longhorns strikes out another player. The Longhorns head to State in Emory, TX next week. More...

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Lions Den

Texas Lions Camp is not just another camp for kids.  What if I told you that children with special needs go there, or that only Texas children go there, and it’s free.  More...

HCPAC Casting Call

Henderson County Performing Arts Center is holding auditions for actors to appear in Rabbit Hole, a dramatic play.  Auditions will be held at HCPAC, 400 Gibson Rd. in Athens Monday, July 21 and Tuesday, July 22 from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. More...

Summer reading program continues

Chandler Public Library held their weekly Summer Reading Program event last Friday, July 11 at the community center.  Guest Nelda Horton read books “Hot Air” and “Hot Dogs” to children and parents who attended last Friday More...