April 9, 2009 RSS feed / News

Cook of the Week

Julie Crawford is using her cooking expertise to start up a dessert company called Decadent Desserts. A fan of sewing, cooking and spending time with her family, Julie plans to run her company right out of the home. More...

Lucy Kay Adair born

Cole Adair would like to announce the birth of a precious baby sister, Lucy Kay Adair, on March 27, 2009. She weighed eight pounds, seven ounces and was 20 inches long. Proud parents are Wyatt and Misty Adair of Brownsboro. More...

Meals on Wheels Menu

April 13 - 17 (Milk served with meals) Orange juice served in centers MON: Fish on bun, French fries, Capri vegetables, pineapple cup TUES: Beefy mac casserole, beets, carrots, wheat bread, mixed fruit cup WED: Herbed baked chicken, swe More...

Erica Shepler, Michael Bullard engaged

Erica Nicole Shepler of Brownsboro and Michael Wayne Bullard, of Guam (Andersen Air Force Base) announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Erica is the daughter of Ron and Rose Mary Davis, Brownsboro. More...

Healthy Heroes to the rescue

Saving the day once again! This week the adventures of the Healthy Hero Team, Dannielle Johnson, Danielle Bynum and Kaesey Watters, led them to find the next Healthy Hero of the Week, Christen Downey. More...

A new voter

Unfinished meals, interrupted nights of sleep, postponed holiday gatherings, and glimpsing her dad rush out the door in response to his pager. Those are a significant part of Brittany Wood's childhood memories. More...

Easter

Events of the first Easter started with Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a donkey. All week things happened to lead up to our Savior being crucified. Let's start today on Thursday night. Luke 12:37 - Jesus was a servant to His Disciples. More...

April is Sexual Assault Awareness month

The Henderson County Commissioners' Court proclaimed the month of April as Sexual Assault Awareness month. More...

Health Short

"How do I get rid of the warts on my feet?"

Common warts (verruca vulgaris) are a common problem seen by family physicians. Warts are estimated to occur in up to 10 percent of children and young adults. The greatest range of incidence is between 12 and 16 years of age. More...

Thanks for your support

The Lions wish to thank everyone who generously support our many community humanitarian projects, and encourage you to reach out to those in need of assistance in these most difficult times. More...

Earning Eagle Brownsboro Junior High School

Courtesy Photo As an Eagle Scout project, Dakota Gilliland chose to construct steps leading down to the fishing pier at the Children's park at Callender Lake to make it a safer place for everyone. More...

Easter eggs!

Nathan Straus photo Chandler area egg seekers invaded Winchester Park on the hunt for stuffed Easter Eggs Saturday, April 4. The community-wide egg hunt was organized by Donna Tyndell More...

Here's to You America

The following individuals are proudly serving the United States of America in the Armed Forces. The Chandler and Brownsboro area communities are proud of you! For those who are serving overseas, we await your safe return. More...

Expanding their horizons

Nathan Straus photo These intermediate school girls, as part of the Expanding Your Horizons program, visited Tyler Junior College March 28 to hang out with the college women and see what career opportunities are available in the fields of science and More...

Business Review

Smith and Sons offers durable, powerful equipment

Hard working land owners with many an acre would do well to check out Smith and Sons Tractor and Equipment in Murchison. Located on Highway 31, Smith and Sons provides a host of durable engines designed to get the job done efficiently. More...

Making the customer happy

Mamma Toni's, formerly Presley's Place, has been a fixture of the Chandler Community for quite a while. No face within the restaurant is more familiar than that of Mamma Toni herself, Toni Pool. More...