May 4, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

After the storm

Tornado clean-up efforts have been going strong in Canton, Eustace, Fruitvale and surrounding areas. KVNE FM 89.5 on their website, at www.kvne.com has daily official updates and needs from varying agencies in those areas. More...

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News

First State Bank of Brownsboro honored

Dusty Wise with the Brownsboro Chamber of Commerce presented Jeff Fulgham, Chief Executive Officer of First State of Brownsboro, and the Fulgham family with a special recognition plaque. More...

Annual Redneck Soiree

The 17th annual Women’s Unity Fellowship (WUF) ‘Redneck Soiree’ will be at 7 pm, May 13, at the ‘Rocking B Ranch’ in Chandler. More...

Lions Club presents awards

The Chandler Lions’ Club presented its annual awards’ program last week. Around 36 students in grades seven - 12 are selected to receive honors. Teachers nominate the students.  More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Don Ray Parmer

Don Ray Parmer  March 4, 1941- April 22, 2017  More...

Robert Joseph McGough

A memorial service for Mr. Robert McGough, 80 will be held at 2pm on Sunday, May 7 at the Lake Palestine United Methodist Church in Chandler, Texas.  More...

Writer's Corner

Master Gardener

Garden to-do list for May

May is a glorious month in the garden. Blooms should be abundant, and your flower beds should be full of lush, green growth. More...

The Lions Den

Centennial service challenge

Lions Club International President Joe Preston announced in 2014 a new program aimed at serving 100 million people by 2017.The Centennial Service Challenge is a humanitarian initiative that brings Lions Clubs around the world together with one goal t More...

Financial Focus

Smart investing can help you keep moving toward your goals

It’s Kentucky Derby time again. More...

Whataburger ad a hoax

CHANDLER - An ad circulating on social media proclaiming that May 6, 2017, is ‘Dollar Burger Day’ at every one of the popular Texas chain restaurants is a hoax.  More...

Sheriff: ‘No more games.’

CHANDLER/COFFEE CITY - Several game rooms were shut down last week as a result of a joint effort between deputies with the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office and the Henderson County Fire Marshal’s Office a statement from HC Sheriff Botie More...

Daily DEVOTIONS From MAX LUCADO

Love each other!

“Love each other!” We pastors tell our churches.  “Be patient, kind, and forgiving,” we urge. More...

Community News - Free Access

Community News

AREA HAPPENINGS

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

School

BHS FFA students excel at Livestock Show

BROWNSBORO - Brownsboro FFA Students accumulated $57,388.50 in premium monies at the Henderson County Livestock Show earlier in April. Brownsboro FFA had 38 kids with animal projects out of the 210 Premium sale slots. More...

Going blue for children

April was child abuse awareness month. Citizens in Henderson County were encouraged to wear blue on Friday, April 28. More...

FFA’ers enjoy prom

Rachel Grubbs, Katelyn Ellis and Kyle Brown pose with their FFA Advisor, Jamie Dildine, at the prom this past weekend. (Kyle Brown Courtesy Photo)   More...

Viewpoint

Chandler Yesteryear

World War I Part V ­— The battle continues

The following accounts are from the diary of Pvt. Philip P. Pfeiffer as he wrote them on the front lines during World War I, in France, in 1918. More...

Something Else

Women mail carriers

Women have transported mail in the U.S. since at least the mid-1800s. By 1899, women were also delivering mail -- first to rural customers and then, in 1917, to city residents. More...

My five cents…

Sen. Robert Nichols, Senate District 3

The saying goes that April showers bring May flowers, but at the Capitol April bills bring May thrills. With major issues like finalizing the state’s budget and school finance reform ahead, May looks to be both busy and exciting. More...

Historical

Honoring the Doughboys

CHANDLER - Twenty-three Chandler men answered the roll call for World War I.  More...