May 31, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Splash pad under consideration

The Brownsboro City Council is looking for ways to bring added interest into the city and one idea is to build a splash pad at the city park.  City Councilman Dusty Wise presented the idea to the council during the May 10 meeting.  More...

Moving forward with digital meters

There is a general theme rolling through decisions being made by the government in Brownsboro – moving forward.  In just about every discussion being held among city leaders the idea of moving the city forward is key in decision-making.&nb More...

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Rumbo featured on Gospel Singing Show

Paisley Rumbo went to Mesquite to record for the UAN Network for The Gospel Music TV Show. It will be aired Friday, June 1 from 9-11pm. She sang two songs in first hour and two in the second hour. More...

Texas Asthma Camp set for July 8-13 at Camp Tyler

(Tyler) – Summer camp is a rite of passage for many children. But a traditional summer camp can be a challenge for kids with asthma.   More...

A day to remember the good

A word of thanks from the Childress family

“Thou shalt love your neighbor as yourself” – a commandment given by Jesus in the book of Matthew (New Testament, Bible). More...

Writer's Corner

Thank you, my friends

I believe…

As I travel around the USA (and now the world), I get to meet all kinds of folks. Most of those I meet are trainees in the classes I teach, but I also meet lots of hotel staff, wait staff, cab drivers, and airline attendants. More...

Master Gardener

Plant propagation presentation offered

Henderson County Master Gardener Association (HCMGA) is pleased to host a presentation on “Plant Propagation” given by Brazos County Master Gardener Jim Kracht on Thursday, June 7, 6:30 — 8pm, Senior Citizens Center, 3344 Hwy 31 E, More...

Financial Focus

What should you look for in an annual financial review?

Given the complexities of the investment world, you might consider working with a financial professional to help you move toward your goals, such as a comfortable retirement. More...

Attacks on EDC misleading

In a recent letter to the editor published in the Chandler Brownsboro Statesman a citizen claimed the Chandler Economic Development Corporation was not fulfilling its duties as set forth by the voters.  This claim is far from the truth.  More...

Gooden, Bell win runoff elections

The Republican candidates are set for the Nov. 6 general election following runoff elections on May 22.  Lance Gooden defeated Bunni Pounds to represent Republicans on the ballot for United States Representative, District No. More...

Roads town hall June 7

As the City of Chandler looks to revamp a street bond proposal, they have set two town halls to allow for members of the community to have their say. The first town hall is scheduled for 6 p.m. More...

Daily DEVOTIONS From MAX LUCADO

DNA test for Love

Have you ever made decisions about your relationships based on your feelings instead of the facts? When it comes to love, feelings rule the day. Emotions guide the ship. More...

Community News - Free Access

Community News

AREA HAPPENINGS

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

School

CIS Super Leaders

Chandler Intermediate Super Leaders of the 4th Nine Weeks. The students were chosen by their homeroom teachers for being a good role model in class, doing the right thing, being someone who others look up to and being trustworthy.  More...

Obituaries - Free Access

William ‘Bill’ Robert Black, Sr.

William “Bill” Robert Black, Sr. was called home May 28, 2018. More...

Viewpoint

Chandler Yesteryear

Lick ‘em and stick ‘em

“Lick ‘em and stick ‘em” became a regular activity for me at our house during the 1940s- 50s. I am referring to taking care of the trading stamps Mama received at the grocery store in Chandler. More...

Something Else

“America’s savior”

In the late 19th century, LaMarcus Adna Thompson, the inventor of a seamless stocking machine and devout Christian, began to worry about the state of American morality. More...

Correction

In the May 24 issue we incorrectly gave the wrong photographer credit for the Empower Academy photo. Photo should have been credited to Katie Lynn Photography, Catlin Lamance.   More...

News of Record

Henderson Co. Sheriff’s Report

More Game Rooms Closed

(Athens) – In his continuing sweep of illegal game rooms, Henderson County Sheriff Botie Hillhouse and his team shut down two more illegal operations Tuesday, May 22, leveling charges of organized crime against owners and operators, arresting a More...