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The Madison County Sheriff's Office is investigating a burglary and needs your help.
Back on June 19 in the 2900 block of Greenbrier Road, .a home was burglarized.
Investigators in Madison County say the entire home was ransacked and items taken could amount to several thousand dollars.
The suspects were allegedly driving a silver pick up truck.
If you have any information, contact the Madison County Crime Stoppers' Tip Line at 936-348-3100.
Weston Dancewicz always knew he wanted to be in law enforcement.
Now, at 25, he's doing just that.
Dancewicz attended both Sam Houston State University and Houston Community College for his certification.
He now works as a patrol officer with the Madisonville Police Department.
Find out why Dancewicz says he's doing more than just "making a difference".
The 2012-2013 school year was a "outstanding" one for the Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District.
Keith Smith, the district's superintendent, says that the district is raising the expectations of both teachers and students.
Learn why he feels the district has some of the best teachers in the state, and why parents and students should expect some changes for the new school year.
The Navy All-Stars Take the Crown.
The odds were in the Madisonville Navy 7-8 year old boys favor to clinch a District 33 Little League championship title.
The Navy on Tuesday, July 25 took home an 11-3 victory over the College Station White at the Brian Bachmann Little League Complex in College Station.
Hear from Navy coach, Ron Hudson, who says his team took care of business, proving that positive things do still happen in Madisonville.
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