Lifestyle

Wed
22
Jul

Freemason officers inducted in Valley Mills

By Carol Spicer
The Valley Mills John Armstrong Masonic Lodge 291 inducted officers on July 11, including David Mullen, Gene Smith, Steve McCoy inducting the officer, Todd Prossor, Worshipful  Master Bill Horner, Taylor Keen, Jeff Kunze, Scott Dalby, and Bill Smith. Freemasonry has done more for the world than most people realize. Historians have begun to realize that it runs as a thread through  many of the events which have shaped the lives which are known worldwide today.
 
Wed
15
Jul

Valley Mills council sets town hall meeting

By Carol Spicer

During the Mayor’s announcements at the regular session of the Valley Mills City Council on Monday evening, Mayor Ray Bickerstaff reported that the city would hold a town hall meeting to discuss Park Planning on Monday, July 20, at 5:45. He said it was necessary to meet quickly to form park plans so that the city could file for a grant to help finance the planning. The mayor also reported on the final brush pickup that was completed following all the spring storms, noting that they had filled 16, 16-foot trailer loads on Friday, July 3.

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Wed
15
Jul

Cranfills Gap crowns Miss Septemberfest

The Septemberfest Committee has announced the crowning of the 2015 Miss Septemberfest. Regan Williams,16, the daughter of Pamela Williams of Cranfills Gaphas been selected to receive this honor. Regan an upcoming junior at Cranfills Gap ISD is a cheerleader and also competes on the basketball, track and cross country teams. She enjoys showing cattle and competes at many county and major shows. She shows through her local FFA chapter where she is the current VicePresident.   

 

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Wed
01
Jul

Laying Down Green

In an effort to rally up some funds for operational costs, the Bosque Valley Golf Course reinstated their fundraiser golf tournament. What better way to spend a Saturday morning playing the game you love and helping out the golf course at the same time.

Wed
01
Jul

Annual G-W summer family picnic.

The Bounce House drew loads of kids throughout the afternoon, enjoying the bouncing and the balls inside.
Wed
24
Jun

Long time friend

Long time friend and classmate Jessica Beverly congratulates Taylor after she said yes to Brandon’s proposal on Saturday.

 

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Tue
23
Jun

Meridian Church of Christ gets new preacher, Drew Hyde

The Meridian Church of Christ is excited to welcome a new preacher. Drew Hyde will be taking the place of Larry Eoff, who is retiring from fulltime work to travel. Hyde, his wife Kayla and children Emilia, Preston, Annabelle, Anderson and Madeline moved to Meridian from Ranger, where he preached for eight years.

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Wed
17
Jun

Relay for Life 2015

Carol Spicer / Meridian Tribune
Relay for Life 2015 at the Clifton Cub Stadium Saturday evening had many groups pull out all the stops to show their support of people they know with cancer and to aid cancer research. A group from Meridian walked for Darcy, Maddie and Margaret (top left); Ginger Penelope won the Mr. Relay award (left); Meridian Police Officer Tabetha Ferguson takes  a pie to the face for the good cause (top right).
 
Wed
10
Jun

Breaking records, personalized license plates, avoidable drowning, Hirst & Hurley

Damien Steven Hirst was born 7 June 1965 is an English artist, entrepreneur, and art collector. He is the most prominent member of the group known as the Young British Artists(or YBAs), who dominated the art scene in the UK during the 1990s. He is internationally renowned,and is reportedly the United Kingdom’s richest living artist, with his wealth valued at £215m in the 2010Sunday Times Rich List. 

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Wed
10
Jun

Great Drive

By Simone Wichers-Voss
 
A gentle breeze through the trees, the running water in the Bosque Valley Golf Course creek, lush green grass underfoot. It was eight a.m., an early but very beautiful start to Saturday for the 14 teams participating in the four man scramble Bosque county 4-H Lucky Clover golf tournament. Another 20 would show up in the afternoon for the second 18-hole flight.
 

 

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