November 10, 2016 RSS feed / News

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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...

Hospitality Health ER Donation to Komen Foundation

During the month of October Hospitality Health ER created a ‘Wall of Honor’ to remember those who have battled, or are currently battling breast cancer. Each patient wrote on this wall the name of the person they wanted to remember. More...

Museum holds story workshop

The air was crisp and cool, the smells coming from inside the Chandler Museum and Visitor’s Center were fragrant of baking and the atmosphere was set as comfortable and light.  And Bernadette Nason, with her soft, cheerful and determined B More...

Quitman singer to perform

Saturday is set to be a big day in Brownsboro as the city’s hosts its annual Pioneer Days. Don Woods, 45, a country singer from Quitman, will be one of the headlining acts at the event thanks to Bright Entertainment.  More...

Souper Supper

Kari Bersano and her family volunteered at the Historical Society’s Souper Supper Saturday. Many bowls of soup, plates of dessert, and pieces of cornbread were enjoyed by all. (Becky Holland/Statesman Photo)   More...

City government on the web

As technology advances, and more and more people rely on the Internet and mobile apps to live their dayto lives, it is only natural for city and county governments to utilize social media and websites.  According to City Administrator John Taylo More...

ATTENTION CLERGY

East Henderson County church pastors, priests and/or church public relations’ representatives, we need you. The Chandler-Brownsboro Statesman invites you to Rock Hill Baptist Church at 10am, Thurs., Dec. 1 for a light brunch. More...

CES Talk Like a Pirate Winners

Chandler Elementary School’s Talk Like a Pirate winners were, left to right, Lyric Henderson- first grade; Addison Harris, third grade; James Smart, Headstart; Payton Wright, second grade with Captain Blackbeard (aka Mark Hall). More...

Funky Socks

Libby Fulgham, Mayor of Chandler, had fun with the girls at the Kidd Jones Valero on Friday, Oct. 30 for ‘freaky sock’ day. (Courtesy Photo)   More...

Poppy seeds available

The 1915 publication of the poem “In Flanders Field” by Canadian soldier and surgeon John McCrae inspired the use of the poppy as a symbol for those who died in battle and has become a Veteran’s Day hallmark. More...

Pumpkin Patch fun

Last week, the Chandler Elementary School students visited the pumpkin patch at the First United Methodist Church in Chandler. More...

City staff answer questions

City and county governments aren’t just run by elected officials – there are a multitude of people who work behind the scenes to keep cities and counties operating as smoothly as possible.  The City of Chandler, as a public entity, i More...

Area News Briefs

BISD accepting referrals   More...

Tour of Homes

Caskeys open home for Christmas

The annual Women’s Unity Fellowship Christmas Tour of Homes in Chandler will be the second Monday in December, Dec. 12, from 6-9pm. Tickets should be purchased in advance. Cost will be $10. More...