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Wed
23
Apr

A good professional move

By Simone Wichers-Voss.

After five years of being Meridian High and Middle School’s principal, Larry Mynarcik recently announced he had accepted a new job as superintendent for Bynum Independent School District starting school year 2014-15. “We made a lot of good friends here in Meridian and of course we’ll miss them,” Mynarcik said. “But it is a good professional move, it’s a good, academically sound school and we will be closer to grandparents.”
 
Wed
23
Apr

Be warned

By Simone Wichers-Voss.

With the arrival of full-time officer Cody Woosely to the department and a proactive approach to the communities concerns, the Meridian Police Department has increased its effectiveness significantly in the first quarter of 2014. “We know more what’s going on,” Chief of Police Chris Blanton said. “In talking to people, we heard a lot of complaints about traffic issues all over town.”
 
Wed
23
Apr

Dealing with county problems

By Simone Wichers-Voss.
 
A multitude of new and old business made for a long, three-hour Commissioners’ Court session Monday. Especially hail damage to county property and the Justice of the Peace Precinct two building offered lengthy discussions. Most importantly for Bosque County citizens, the commissioners lifted the present burn ban.

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Wed
23
Apr

Clifton assessment discussed at EDC

By Carol Spicer.
 
Marc Willson of The Willson Company of Virginia, visited Central Texas last week at the invitation of Clifton Chamber of Commerce and Small Business Development Corporation/MCC, to consult with businesses and mid-sized towns on all facets of retail and restaurant marketing. His priority is to help businesses stay relevant with today’s changed economy and customer’s new buying habits.

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Wed
16
Apr

BAC: Fun at the fair

By Carol Spicer
 
The Bosque Arts Center hosted the annual Big Event, “Come to the Fair” event Friday and Saturday night as the major fundraiser of the year for the art community’s home. Boots and jeans were for the dress for the weekend event as everyone came ready to relax and enjoy the fun weekend.
 
Wed
16
Apr

Rotary golf

By Carol Spicer
 
The Jack Russell Rotary Scholarship Golf Tournament, now in its 29th year, will feature a new format when contestants tee it up at 8:30 a.m., Saturday, May 10, at Bosque Valley Golf Club in Meridian.
 
Wed
16
Apr

Catering To Blood

By Carol Spicer
 
Donors of all ages were honored at the annual recognition dinner held Tuesday evening at the Phoinix Ballroom in Waco. “You saved lives in 2013, lots of them – and you didn’t even have to,” said Jim Havens, Director of Operations for Waco and Central Texas. “We want to thank you for that generosity.”
 
Wed
16
Apr

Court in long session

By Simone Wichers-Voss
 
A multitude of new and old business made for a long, three-hour Commissioners’ Court session Monday. Especially hail damage to county property and the Justice of the Peace Precinct two building offered lengthy discussions. Most importantly for Bosque County citizens, the commissioners lifted the present burn ban. Bosque County Judge Dewey Ratliff met with all Bosque County volunteer fire departments last week during a County Fire Association meeting, and all fire chiefs agreed lifting the burn ban was the right thing to do
 
Wed
16
Apr

MHS theatre students give impressive performance

By Simone Wichers-Voss
 
The stage is dark. What seems like a pile of people, watch a woman drown as a little girl, Maggie, reads a book. Only a few white pillars and horizontal planes stood on stage, the lighting creating strong shadows. The narrative explains to the audience it is watching a witch’s trial by drowning, the chapter Maggie is reading, creating an estranging effect.
 
Wed
16
Apr

Expansion

LUFKIN - With the stroke of a pen, Brookshire Brothers Friday acquired the assets of a family-owned company with similar core values. David’s Supermarkets, a grocery chain based in Grandview, Texas, was formerly owned by the Waldrip family. The Waldrips operated stores in dozens of small towns throughout north central Texas for 50 years.
 

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