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Wed
15
Apr

Less listings

By Simone Wichers-Voss
The weather forecast wasiffy at best and there were fewerofficial listings for the county-wide garage sale last Fridayand Saturday. But that did notseem to affect the amount ofvisitors to the county.

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Wed
15
Apr

Norwegian students tour Clifton attractions

Wed
15
Apr

Round ‘Em Up

Wed
15
Apr

Bosque County certifies CERT trainees

Wed
08
Apr

Big Daddy

IBring on the big attitudes, the bright lights and lasers, the loud, stomach-thumping music, the crazy crowd participation and the over-the-top theatrics! The Meridian High School Gym is the venue for a Main Event Pro Wrestling event with 10-12 top-notch pro wrestlers on April 25.

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Wed
08
Apr

Bosque Bunny Hop

In a mad dash, 5000 Easter eggs were gone in two minutes (above); Rafael, the goat gets a treat at the petting zoo (below left

 

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Wed
08
Apr

Light in the tunnel

Planning is one thing, but bringing  plans to fruition is the ultimategoal. But with funds and grants at the lowest level in years, collaboration regarding knowledge, equipment and resources with other area counties could be the solution. Heart of Texas Efficient Towns & Counties consultant Megan Henderson came to Meridian March 30, to report her findings and suggested strategies related to the issues citizens said they cared

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Wed
08
Apr

Hopping Good Time

Saturday broke sunny and wonderful for a day in the Clifton City Park with Easter eggs, an Easter bunny, prizes, treats, and
hotdogs and more for all 
 

 

Wed
08
Apr

Relay for Life 2015 planning underway

This year’s Relay for Life of Bosque County is scheduled for Saturday, June 13, from 6 p.m. to midnight at Clifton Cub Stadium. The relay is a time to celebrate cancer survivors, remember the ones that have the battle with cancer, and to fight back against the awful disease.
 

 

Wed
01
Apr

Civic Music Association’s first showcase for youth

By Simone Wichers-Voss
Flushed faces, muffled horn scales coming from the linen room, a final practice on the piano and another quick glance at the program to see when they perform. This was the scene in the Tin Building Theatre Green Room March 26, around
6:30 p.m.

 

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