August 27, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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School

“Meet the Teacher”

All elementary and intermediate students in the Brownsboro, Chandler and Murchison area came out for “Meet the Teacher” last Thursday night. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

THOMAS L. HOWARD

Graveside Services for Thomas Lloyd Howard of Brownsboro were held at 10:30 am Wednesday, August 19 at Valhalla Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri. The Reverend Tim Suddarth officiated. More...

Sports

Pelton receives state recognition

Casey Pelton of Chandler has been chosen to represent the State of Texas in the annual Battle of the Borders baseball tournament. More...

Brownsboro loses to Alba Golden

The Brownsboro Bearettes Volleyball team participated in an away game Friday August 21 against Alba Golden. Alba Golden beat Brownsboro 3-0 in this non-conference game. Both teams had three set matches. More...

B'boro ISD adopts budget

Brownsboro ISD trustees last week approved a tax rate four cents higher than the current rate with all of the increase earmarked for the interest and sinking fund.  More...

First Day Of School Caution advised as new school year begins

More traffic in busy school and work zones

Motorists are reminded to remain alert and to put safety first setting aside cell phones and other distractions as the 2015-2016 school year kicks-off. More...

News

HCMG: Accessible gardening

You don’t have to be disabled to enjoy an accessible garden. More...

CORRECTION

Several errors in last week’s coverage of city hall have been brought to our attention.  --The Economic Development Corporation did not "talk in private" as was reported. More...

Lions Den

LIONS FIGHT FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS

We as volunteer groups think that we are exempt for liabilities we weren’t. A bipartisan bill that protects volunteer groups such as Lions Club, Rotary, Kiwanis and the YMCA and other prominent groups from liability was introduced to the U.S. More...

Historical

Chandler’s Early Manufacturing Industries

Between 1900 and the 1920s Chandler was a thriving town with at least eight different manufacturing enterprises. Two cotton gins and gristmills were located in the downtown area. One was called the Birdwell Gin. More...