Lifestyle

Wed
18
Feb

Celebrating freedoms in America

Wed
11
Feb

Carol Badger HolderFarm Bureau Food Connection Day Feb. 17

In recognition of Farm Bureau  Food Connection Day, the Bosque County Farm Bureau will celebrate our nation’s abundant and safe food supply by hosting a Farmers Share lunch from 11am – 1 pm on Tues, Feb. 17, in the parking lot of the Classic Chassis Auto Museum in Clifton off Hwy 219. Anyone who donates a non-perishable item or a cash donation to the Clifton Food Bank in Clifton will receive a free Bar-B-Que Sandwich for their donation
 
 
Wed
04
Feb

Top-dresssing small grains, Fort Worth livestock show

It’s the time of year when small grains producers are currently top-dressing their crops or trying to decide whether it is time to top-dress. Deciding when or if to apply nitrogen like with so much in the agriculture industry has a complicated answer of “it  depends.” Here in Bosque County with primarily dryland production the weather will play a huge role in the timing.
 
Wed
04
Feb

DAR honors good citizens

The DAR Good Citizens program is a wonderful way to recognize outstanding young people who exhibit the qualities of good citizenship in their homes, schools and communities. The schools choose the student to represent that school as their DAR Good Citizen.

 

Wed
28
Jan

Freedom of the Press

By Simone Wichers-Voss

The Bosque River Valley Chapter of the National Society Daugthers of the Ameican Revolution will feature a program about “Freedom of the Press” with guest speaker Brett Voss, publisher and editor of The Clifton Record and Meridian Tribune, at their next meeting will be held Sun ay, Feb. 15 at 2:30 p.m., at First Presbyterian Church in Clifton. Voss will focus on  journalistic responsibility and integrity. As always, visitors are welcome.
 
Wed
28
Jan

CISD mulls elementary project

By Carol Spicer
 
Following a dinner cooked and served up by students in the FFA and FCCLA (Family Career & Community Leaders of America) the Clifton School Trustees were all honored with gifts from administrators, the FFA, and the elementary school.

 

Wed
21
Jan

Girl Scout cookies season hits Bosque County today

“The wait is over,” said Danielle Quist of the Central Texas Girl Scouts – the cookie season will begin on Jan. 21. Currently there are 87 Girl Scouts spread across Bosque County, reported Melanie Harvey, with troops in Clifton, Meridian, Cranfills Gap and Valley Mills.
 
Wed
21
Jan

BAC’s Civic Music Association offers youth musical enrichment

By Simone Wichers-Voss

 

With the motto, “Music enriches us all, invest in our youth,” the Bosque Arts Center Civic Music Association is organizing an opportunity for local youth to showcase and share their musical talents with the community. The first annual Showcase of Young Musicians is planned for March 26 and 27, 2015.
 
Wed
14
Jan

Martha Lassig

Martha Lassig, the only woman among the new record number to enter the annual Bosque County Publishing College Football Bowl Game Pick’em contest this year, was the proud winner of the 2014 contest.
 
Wed
14
Jan

Amerigeddon Now

By Carol Spicer & Simone Wichers-Voss
 
Surprising many in Clifton on a rainy, dreary Monday morning, the old Hilltop station across the hospital was taken over by a movie crew – trailers, trucks, and dozens of actors, crew and workers. The upcoming movie, Amerigeddon, with director Mike Norris, is in pre-production in Bosque County, with filming to take place between Jan. 12 and Feb. 6, in several different locations.
 

 

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