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Freeze gets cold shoulder

By Simone Wichers-Voss
 
Just when everything at the Bosque County Commissioners’’ Court was winding down to the last item, things became heated regarding a temporary hiring freeze for the Bosque County treasurer’s office. The motion for a freeze by Bosque County Commissioner Sammy Leach died, for lack of a second.

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Magnificent Magnificat

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County volunteers recognized with awards and luncheon

By Simone Wichers-Voss
 
Communities, especially rural communities like in Bosque County, cannot do without the gifts of time, devotion of the hundreds of volunteers committed to one cause or another. Each year the Bosque County Commissioners’ Court, the Leadership Advisory Board and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service selects and puts a spotlight on individuals from different categories who they feel should be recognized for their selflessness and being examples of helpfulness.

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Council approves Vet Memorial

By Carol Spicer
 
During regular session of the Clifton City Council on Tuesday, Dec. 9, the council unanimously approved the placement of a Veterans’ Memorial to be placed at Heritage Plaza downtown. David Conrad of the Clifton Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8553 addressed the council and said, “We are prepared to bear all expenses of the memorial.” Mayor Richard Spitzer also explained that the Main Street Board was 100-percent in favor of the memorial. “We appreciate your support,” said Conrad. “We think that this is a very important project for all the veterans of Bosque County.”
 
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TBT’s A Christmas Carol stirs up ghosts

By Carol Spicer
 
Taking a journey back to the 1940’s, the stage of the Tin Building Theatre once agin took on the persona of an old time radio station for the adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” on Saturday afternoon. Adapted for radio by Anthony E. Palermo, and directed at the BAC by Steve Watson, the large cast put together by for the special performance brought the story to life with only words and the sound effects that might have been heard during an early radio production.
 
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CISD forum draws crowd

By Carol Spicer
 
The Clifton Independent School Board public forum about the need for a new elementary school on Dec. 10 drew a little over 100 citizens, some who voiced opinions on the matter, and the rest who listened and learned more about the bond election process. Board President Kenneth Lowrance opened the meeting telling the group some of the history of the elementary school, the costs of what renovations would be, and the need for a new school.
 
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Gloria In Excelcis Deo

By Simone Wichers-Voss
 
Remember hearing and singing beautiful carols in the weeks leading up to Christmas? The Chancel Choir of First Presbyterian Church of Clifton invited the community to enjoy their Christmas Gift to the Community, “O Night Divine: The Birth of a Savior,” Dec. 4, offering a program of spiritual carols. A lone candle flickered on an advent’s wreath in center stage paid tribute to the first week leading up to Christmas and the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.

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Commissioners sign on

Encouraging new businesses to locate in Bosque County ,and so boosting the local economy is an important item for the cities and the county. And with Alco and three Santa Fe convenience stores closing, the county is losing retail businesses at the moment.

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Christmas Cheer

By Simone Wichers-Voss
 
The annual Christmas Parade and a visit with Santa in his house in the Park on River Street is the start of the Christmas season in Meridian. With around 20, diverse floats, the parade Dec. 6 brought many families to town for the sights, and for the candy.

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Country Christmas

By Carol Spicer
 
The 2014 annual Norwegian Country Christmas Tour of homes, history, and art broke records in the number of visitors to Clifton on Saturday, with almost 1,200 tickets sold, visitors came from all over Texas for the weekend event. The annual event kicked off with the Lighted Christmas Parade through downtown on Friday night, followed by the Christmas celebration and open houses at the Bosque Museum and the Bosque Arts Center that evening. The Grand Marshals of the parade were Mary Ann Moore, president of the Bosque County Chaper of Norwegian Society of Texas, and Zidar Aarhus of Norway, who were chauffeured by Dr. Terry Watson in his well-known classic Cadillac convertible.

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