Lifestyle

Wed
26
Nov

Private applicator license course, food challenge & Thanksgiving

Private applicator license course: The Texas Pesticide Law requires that a person may not use restricted-use or state-limited-use pesticides or regulated herbicides unless licensed or certified by the Texas Department of Agriculture. All applicators must obtain continuing education units (CEU’s) to renew their license.

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Wed
26
Nov

Study Guild hears language program

Ms. Dorothy Ann Brown recently presented a program to the ladies of the Study Guild at the home of Drs. Ralph and Shirley Dahl. Her interesting program was on the use of English language and how standard speech is sometimes made common.

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Wed
19
Nov

Healthy eating during holidays & Bosque Bullseye Archery Club

The holiday season is here! Decorations are going up around town, and my taste buds are already anticipating Thanksgiving dinner with my family! The holiday season is a great time of year, but there is one difficult thing about it. All of the sweet treats and desserts make it very difficult to eat healthy.
 
Wed
19
Nov

Around Town

Clara Dee Bronstad’s smile shines as bright as her red, white and blue cap during the annual Salute to Veterans.
 
Wed
12
Nov

Second Saturday Swirl

By Carol Spicer
 
 
With both the Second Saturday Block Party and the Swirl taking place this past Saturday, downtown Clifton filled with visitors and loads of fun. One shop owner said that the crowds were enhanced by a very large wedding that had taken place at the Old Rock Church.
 
Wed
12
Nov

Around The Town

Fern Wiggins enjoyed the annual Civic Society Turkey Luncheon with her son at the Clifton Civic Center last week.
 
Wed
05
Nov

No Rain On This Parade

By Simone Wichers -Voss
 
The Saturday morning National Championship Barbecue Cookoff parade on Oct. 26 was the longest Meridian had seen in a long time. Parade organizer Daniel Yguerabide had pulled out all the stops to motivate people to participate in the parade. It had 45 vehicles-floats with in total 227 parade participants, two dogs, one palomino, one mule horses, two working grills, 25 hot dogs thrown at the crowd, 25 pumpkins, one flat tire, 200 plus bags of candy, seven volunteers and one awesome announcer- Kris Toman.
 
Wed
05
Nov

52nd Sausage Supper Nov. 29

By Carol Spicer
 
The community is invited to attend the 52nd annual Zion United Church German Sausage Supper on Nov. 29, from 5 to 7 p.m. Tickets are available from the Clifton Feed and Service Center or Patricia Coy’s office, or from church members for $12 each. Committee members for the event this year are Joe and Mary Sue Crawson, James Prescher, Gladys Anz, Evelyn Humphreys and Doyle and Lesa Anz. They along with the rest of the congregation, have begun preparing for the annual feast.
 
Wed
29
Oct

Reinstating Traditions

By Simone Wichers-Voss
 
As in most schools in Texas, Meridian High School was under the spell of Homecoming last week. Each day had its theme and students dressed up accordingly. Monday was America Day, all Red, White and Blue. It was Tired Tuesday, with everybody in PJ’s. Then came Twinsday followed by Throwback Thursday – the eighties were a big hit, as were the hippy sixties.
 
Wed
29
Oct

Classic car show shines at annual FallFest event

By Carol Spicer
 
The 12th Annual Crusin’ Main Street Show of Wheels drew 94 entries into Clifton on Saturday, Oct. 18, during the annual FallFest extravaganza. Chairman David Corpier said that he truly appreciated all the support from the helpers, the judges, and everyone else who volunteered during the event. The Clifton Classic Chassis Car Museum, owned by Dr. Terry Watson, hosted the annual show in its parking lot and along the street beside and in front of the museum. Watson also had the museum open for visitors to view his collection of classic vehicles.
 

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