November 17, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Police update policies

At the Nov. 8 Chandler City Council meeting, Chandler Police Department Chief Ron Reeves presented the updated police policy and procedures handbook to the council. More...

Crash turns fatal

Chandler Police Chief Ron Reeves reported that emergency personnel and his department responded to a single car crash on SH-31 Thursday, Nov. 10 in the early evening. More...

Special Sections

School

BHS students attend college fair

Brownsboro High School students attended the school’s annual college fair on Tuesday, Nov. 8. More...

Sports

Bearette volleyball finishes season

The volleyball season ended with the Brownsboro High School Bearettes finishing 3-7 in district, and 12-18 overall. “Just as we suspected, our district was a mess. More...

Bears softballers commit to colleges

Softball, for Brownsboro High School Seniors Becca McGough, 17 and Kirsten Anderson 17, is a way of life. Both girls have played the sport since they were children. More...

Bearettes send Lady Mavs packing

Saturday, November 12, at home, the ninth grade and varsity girls’ basketball teams played host to Marshall High School’s Lady Mavericks ‘ freshman and varsity teams. Results are as follows: More...

Writer's Corner

Master Gardener

Designing the garden for your future

It has been said, “When you are 16, you wonder how an old man of 30 manages to drag himself around. When you get to be 30, you feel that 60 is as old as Methuselah. More...

The Lions Den

First responders

Chandler Lions are working to join thousands of other Lions Clubs in becoming First Responders. Lions Clubs have many Lions’ members who are doctors, police officers, firefighters and paramedics. More...

Financial Focus

How should you use retirement plan distributions?

During your working years, you are (hopefully) putting money into your IRA and your 401(k) or similar employer sponsored retirement plan. But once you’ve retired, how can you maximize the benefits you get from these plans?  More...

Best Western Plus possible in Chandler

Reddy Hotels, at reddyhotels.com, has announced plans to build a Best Western Plus in the city of Chandler. Ownership will be listed as being ChandlerTxHospitality LLC. More...

Ole’ Glory flies

Each Veterans’ Day, the city of Marshall puts out U.S. Flags in tribute for those veterans who are still alive, those who have passed away and those who are missing in action. More...

Shop locally Nov. 26

National Small Business Saturday is November 26, and local businesses in Chandler and Brownsboro invite you to shop local and eat local.  More...

Daily DEVOTIONS From MAX LUCADO

When the Devil draws near

When the Devil draws near, stand against him. Give him no quarter. Don’t stand for his accusations. When he dredges up your past mistakes, tell him whose you are. He has no recourse to this truth. He knows who you are. More...

News

Community News

AREA HAPPENINGS

Monthly Events Brownsboro ISD School Board meets the second Monday of the month at 6pm in the Administration Building. For more info call 903-852-3701. Brownsboro City Council meets second Thursday of the month at 5pm, at City Hall. More...

Young Farmers’ Auction/ Chili Supper set

Everyone is invited to come out for the Brownsboro Young Farmers Annual Auction and Chili Supper Saturday, December 3, at Brownsboro High School. A scrumptious chili supper will be served up at 6pm, with the auction beginning at 7pm.  More...

Tour of Homes

Tour has two hospitality stops

One of the hospitality places for the Holiday Tour of Homes is located at Chandler Country Store and Feed and Seed owned by Roxie and Jerry Holley.  Married for 22 years, the Holleys purchased Chandler Feed and Seed from Roxie’s parents in More...

Viewpoint

Chandler Yesteryear

Celebrating Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving, just, a week away, it’s time for me to recall the many great times I had with my family enjoying good food and fellowshipping around our dinner table on Thanksgiving Day. More...

Something Else

The Vice President

The wording on the gravestone of David Rice Atchison reads: President of the United States for One Day, Sunday, Mar. 4, 1849; David Rice Atchison; Aug. 11, 1807 - Jan. 26, 1886.  More...