January 8, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Keeping the Peace

Duncan sworn-in as JP

Longtime Chandler resident Tony Duncan officially became Justice of the Peace for Precinct 3 after being sworn-in by outgoing JP Sue Starnes at the Henderson County Courthouse Annex in Athens January 1.  Duncan has already moved into his office More...

Special Sections

Obituaries - Free Access

TOMMIE HENDERSON RECORD

Services for Tommie Henderson Record, 77, Chandler, will be held at Straight Way Church in Waxachie on Friday, January 9 at 11 a.m.  Burial will be held at Chandler Memorial Cemetery in Chandler on Saturday, January 10 at 1 p.m. More...

Sports

Breaking News - 1/9/2015 11:48 AM

Loftin makes Academic All-State in volleyball

Brownsboro senior Beth Ann Loftin was selected for the... More...

Bearettes beat a bunch of teams

The Brownsboro Bearettes freshmen, junior varsity and varsity basketball teams recently competed in the Bearette Doubleheader held in Brownsboro December 29-30. The three teams won all games in which they competed. More...

Wagstaff Winners

Bears take home championship

The Brownsboro Bears varsity basketball team ended the year on a high note by winning the Apache Division championship game in the Tyler Junior College Wagstaff Basketball Tournament held at TJC December 29-31.  For the first game of the tournam More...

All Rise

Williams sworn-in as county judge

Although he is still not used to people standing up when he walks into a room, County Court at Law Judge Scott Williams is enjoying the first week of his new position.  With friends and family gathered to watch, Williams was sworn-in the morning More...

City of Chandler releases list of 2014 accomplishments

CITY OF CHANDLER PRESS RELEASE   In 2014, the City of Chandler made major strides in meeting its goals and in positioning itself for the future.  The City of Chandler released its annual list of Major Accomplishments for 2014, listing 50 ac More...

School Board Recognition Month set

January is School Board Recognition Month and Brownsboro ISD is joining other districts across the state to thank these local leaders for their dedication and willingness to serve as advocates for our children and public schools.  More...

News

TxDOT crews prepare for wintry weather

Texas Department of Transportation crews are getting ready for icy weather conditions forecast for the local area this weekend. Crews have already started... More...

Breaking News - 1/9/2015 12:32 PM

HCSO officers chase Brownsboro man into Van Zandt County

A Brownsboro man remains in custody for evading arrest after leading officers with the Henderson County Sheriff's Office into Van Zandt County in a stolen vehicle... More...

Consumers urged to look at payday loan terms

Many cash-strapped consumers may find themselves in need of a small loan to pay off their holiday purchases. While payday lenders may seem like an easy way to get cash fast, for many, it ends up being a burden. More...

Letters

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

I would have to say when I was first approached by Nick about what he and Jacob were going to do, I was speechless. More...

Historical

Grannie’s Weather Tales

CHANDLER YESTERYEAR

When I was growing up we didn’t have high-tech monitoring for weather forecasting. More...

History of the Corn Palace

SOMETHING ELSE

The Corn Palace, located in Mitchell, is known around the world as a folkart wonder on the prairie of South Dakota. More...

Joe and the Bear

TRY TO MISS THE BOB WIRE

Let me tell you a story about my brother Joe who is two years younger than me. From about the age of ten and twelve respectively, we were about the same size, but then he kept growing. More...