News

Wed
11
Feb

Trapper John bids farewell

Their official title is Wildlife Damage Management Technician, but most people know them as trappers. Bosque County’s trapper John Mitchell retired after 15years of service to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Wildlife Services. On Jan. 30, he was honored with a retirement reception at the Bosque Collections 
 
 
Wed
11
Feb

Bumpy roads lead to court

The Commissioners’ courtroom on Monday morning was filled with people. It  wasn’t until the last item – Announcements
– that it became clear why they were there. They were residents living off County Road 3640, 3645 and 3635 – in the Smith
Bend area along the Brazos River 
 
 
Wed
11
Feb

BARK If You Care

The 12th annual Bosque Animal Rescue Kennels Gala filled the Bosque Arts Center with fun, fabulous food, and a slew of wonderful auction items on Saturday evening. As doors opened, guests browsed silent auction items, bought raffle tickets, viewed the items to be sold in the live auction and spent time visiting with old friends and new friends of BARK.
 
 
Wed
04
Feb

Invasion Meridian

By Simone Wichers-Voss
A car burns hues of orange in an ally, oil drum fires cast flickering light on a U.S. Army platoon intently, silently scouting
the area, in search of a terrorist. It is Meridian, on Friday night; movie set Meridian for the independent feature film,   Amerigeddon.
 
Wed
04
Feb

Costly county considerations

By Simone Wichers-Voss
The order of approving or disapproving to pay claims, salaries and wages against county funds is a standard item on the  osque County Commissioners’ Court agenda. The commissioners review the payments planned for the coming weeks and sometimes have questions concerning an item here or there. On Jan. 26, Commissioner Sammy Leach opened up a  discussion regarding a line item for jail costs.
 
Wed
04
Feb

Being prepared

Following a major disaster, first responders who provide fire and medical services  may not be able to meet theincreased  demand for these services. People will have to rely on each other to meet the immediate life-saving and life-sustaining  eeds, particularly  in isolated neighborhoods that may be cut off from the main roads for a period of  time.
 
Wed
04
Feb

Milken the Moment

By Carol Spicer
 
Samantha Morgan, a fifth grade Language Arts teacher at Clifton Elementary School was honored on Tuesday morning, Feb. 3, with the Milken Family Foundation Educator Award during a surprise assembly.
 

 

Wed
04
Feb

Costly relocation discussed

By Simone Wichers-Voss
 
The order of approving or disapproving to pay claims, salaries and wages against county funds is a standard item on the Bosque County Commissioners’ Court agenda. The commissioners review the payments planned for the coming weeks and sometimes have questions concerning an item here or there.
 

 

Wed
28
Jan

Fighting cancer

The Meridian Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets Coaches versus Cancer night will be held in conjunction with the spaghetti dinner from 4-7 p.m. on Jan. 30 at the Meridian High School to benefit the American Cancer Society.
 
Wed
28
Jan

Taking Texas oath of office

AUSTIN - State Representative DeWayne Burns took the Oath of Office on Jan. 13 when the Texas Legislature convened for the 84th regular session and immediately began working on behalf of the citizens of District 58.
 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - News