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Chandler grandmother receives 10 years for intoxication manslaughter

Glynda Morrow, 54, of Chandler, has been sentenced to 10 years and fined $5,000 for an Intoxication Manslaughter charge stemming from her granddaughter’s death.  The trial began March 30; the jury came to their decision April 1 and assesse More...

Case of the Mondays in Brownsboro

Brownsboro police and fire department were kept busy Monday afternoon, April 6 with a wreck and paint spillage – both within an hour and less than a mile apart. A little before 4 p.m. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries - Free Access

WILLIAM WALLACE “BILL” GOLDEN

Services for William Wallace “Bill” Golden, 88, Chandler, were held April 7 at Chandler Memorial Funeral Home with Bro. Larry Cawood officiating. More...

Sports

More Track Meet Photos

Wills Point - April 2

  Brownsboro junior Lexie Houston Photo by David Kapitan – Sports Editor, Van Zandt Newspapers   Brownsboro freshman Jaliyah Blackwell Photo by David Kapitan – Sports Editor, VanZandt Newspapers   Brownsboro sophomore Briyanne Earl More...

Local gymnasts win awards

Texas East Gymnastics students recently participated in the 9th Annual Texas East Gymnastics Rose City Classic competition.  The event was held at the Texas East Gymnastics (TEG) gym and at the UT Tyler Patriot Center.  Two local girls repr More...

Wills Point falls to the Bears

Brownsboro would score five runs their first time up to bat, which proved to be enough to defeat the Tigers last Friday night at Bears Field.  More...

Savannah says “Thank You” to Chandler PD

Savannah Solis, a 10 year-old from the Tyler area, has been traveling around the country, and even overseas, thanking police officers for their service. Solis met with Chandler Police Chief Ron Reeves and Sgt. Chris Stanbery the evening of March 31. More...

Meador fires at officers

Jamie Lawrence Meador, aka “Hollywood,” is expected to be charged with Attempted Capital Murder and several other charges after firing on Henderson County Sheriff's Office deputies.  According to HCSO, four deputies drove to 3429 CR More...

BHS One Act Players bring home awards

The Brownsboro High School theater department won big at the March 28 UIL One Act Play district competition in Canton.  “Congratulations to the students and Ms. More...

Track Meet Photo

Wills Point - April 2

No birds, no planes. Brownsboro freshman Anna Fulcher leaps tall hurdles in a single bound at the April 2 track meet in Wills Point. More...

News

HCMG: Deciphering daylily abbreviations

Are you adding daylilies to your garden? These plants are commonly seen in gardens throughout the United States. There is a good reason for that. Daylilies are easy to grow, reliable, and beautiful. More...

Lions Help with Texas Disasters

Lions Den

Lions serve. Over the past couple of years Texas has seen fires and an explosion; Texans without food, water, clothes and a place to stay.  Lions have jumped in to help in Smithville and in West. More...

Let’s start talking about sugar

Health Column

"We're born to like sugar," says Dr. Marcia Pelchat, PhD and scientist at the Monell Chemical Senses Center, in Philadelphia. Sugar taps into a powerful human preference for sweet taste, she says. More...

Historical

Surviving a “Wild-Goose Hunt”

CHANDLER YESTERYEAR

As with most young boys growing up in the 1940s, sooner or later I was destined to be a participant in a More...

Quotes from famous people

SOMETHING ELSE

~ "Sometimes when I look at my children I say to myself, 'Lillian, you should have remained a virgin.'" -Lillian Carter, mother of Jimmy Carter ~ "I had a rose named after me and I was very flattered. More...