September 29, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

New apartments in Brownsboro

Plans are moving forward with the construction process of Abbington Hills – a new apartment complex in Brownsboro. More...

Fowl in the city

Chickens are scheduled to be at the top of the pecking order on the agenda at next month’s Chandler City Council meeting according to Chandler City Administrator John Taylor. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Lawrence Dale Woolverton

Lawrence Dale Woolverton, 81, of Chandler, went to be with his heavenly father on Sunday, September 4th, 2016. Dale was born October 30, 1934 to Clarence Woolverton and Verdi Balckwell in Phalba, Texas. More...

Sports

Brownsboro athletics halfway through the season

Football team prepares for Mabank

The Bears were open last week and they begin district this Friday against the Mabank Panthers. The Panthers are (0-5,0-1) this season. The strengths of their team are the offensive and defensive lines. More...

Brownsboro Youth Football Foundation

Far Left: The third and fourth blue grade ball carrier finds some running room against Malakoff. (Travis Tapley/ Statesman Photo) More...

Staubach to attend TVCC game

Multi-hall of fame and Heisman Trophy quarterback Roger Staubach will be in attendance on Saturday, Oct. 1, when the Trinity Valley Community College Cardinals take on New Mexico Military Institute in the Battle In The Valley at Bruce Field. More...

Writer's Corner

Animal of the week

Jasmine is a rescued fallow doe resident at Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch. This September 10, she will be celebrating her 11th birthday, and three-year anniversary at the CABBR. More...

Vote for smart investment moves

The presidential election is little more than a month away. Like all elections, this one has generated considerable interest, and, as a citizen, you may well be following it closely. More...

Meet Your Neighbor

Fourth year teacher serves

Emily Siemens is a fourth year teacher at Brownsboro High School. Her courses are speech and debate, and she is a UIL coach. More...

It’s all about the dogs

Partner looks like your average Pit Bull – a solid grayish color full of muscle and around 95 pounds. More...

Keep your head in the game

Saturday was football in Brownsboro for teams in the Brownsboro Youth Football league. Teams from B’Boro met teams from Canton, Rains and surrounding communities all during the day. This coach gave his players a pep talk in the huddle. More...

Faith3Media to celebrate anniversary

Faith3Media will celebrate its one year anniversary of owning the Chandler- Brownsboro Statesman on Sept. 29 from 11:30am – 1:30pm. There will be light refreshments and door prizes at the First United Methodist Church’s Heritage Hall. More...

Daily DEVOTIONS From MAX LUCADO

Do what pleases God

Dad, would you intentionally break the arm of your child? Of course not. Such an action violates every fiber of your moral being. 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...

New market brings new business

By Becky Holland “The wood that you see there is actually from one of the tomato sheds that was originally here nearly 100 years ago when this whole area was the hub for downtown Chandler,” Stan Copeland said as he pointed at the wood fo More...

BHS supports Rainbow Room

September 30, the Brownsboro High School football game will be dedicated to the Henderson County Rainbow Room. More...

Viewpoint

Chandler Yesteryear

Early rural schools near Chandler Delta School — No. 49

Henderson County school records show that Maggie Holbrook was teaching students in the Delta community in 1881. Classes were probably taught in a home at that time. Delta was south of Chandler and south of the Martin Springs School. More...

Something Else

A good way to travel

Several years ago, in what we call our traveling days, my husband and I discovered the advantages of traveling by motorcoach with a tour group. That way there were no worries for us about lodging, meals, attractions to see, etc. More...

Master Gardener

Dedication of Rick Hirsch Memorial

On October 8, at 10am the Henderson County Master Gardeners will dedicate a memorial to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Agent Rick Hirsch. More...