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Wed
14
May

Cranfills Gap mayor arrested Saturday

By Carol Spicer.
 
The Bosque County Sheriff’s office received a call on May 10 around 11 p.m., regarding a pickup truck driving at a high rate of speed in Cranfills Gap with kids in the back. The deputy that was dispatched, located the vehicle which was being driven by a 14-year-old female, according to Chief Deputy Clint Pullin.

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Wed
07
May

Protecting county’s children

By Simone Wichers -Voss.
 
Bosque County Child Protective Services promoted awareness to Child Abuse Prevention Month in April several different ways. On their initiative, Bosque County Dewey Ratliff signed a proclamation declaring April Child Abuse Prevention Month in Bosque County. On signing the proclamation the judge urged all citizens to work together to help significantly reduce child abuse and neglect in years to come.
 
Wed
07
May

Tour de Norway hits county roads

The second annual Bosque Tour de Norway in 2013 had 194 bicycle riders show up in Clifton for what would turn out to be a hot and very windy day. This was a near doubling of the total number of riders from their first year and may have more than doubled if not for the forecasted weather for the day. This year, the ride will be held on Saturday, May 17, with an anticipated large number of bicycles taking to the roads across Bosque County.
 
Wed
07
May

Local DAR honors Dr. Tolman

Dr. Deb Tolman was awarded the prestigious NSDAR Conservation Medal at the April 28 meeting of the Bosque River Valley Chapter, NSDAR. State Conservation Chair Colleen Petosa of Ft. Worth, presented the NSDAR Conservation Medal to Dr. Tolman.

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Wed
07
May

Show opens for Bosque County Photography

By Carol Spicer.
 
With the opening and award show for the annual 2014 Bosque County Photo Show and Student Show on Saturday, over 100 guests showed up filling the atrium to capacity. Jean Ann Smith thanked everyone for their participation and announced the winners in the student show as follows: Judges’ Choice award went to Tori Zander, and the popular choice award to Samantha Berg.

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Wed
30
Apr

New faces leading county

By Simone Wichers-Voss.

The county’s auditor’s office was without an auditor since January 2014, and without an assistant auditor since March. Thanks to 220th Judicial District Judge Phil Robertson’s diligent efforts in finding a suitable candidate to fill the seat, Kent B. Reeves was appointed as county auditor April 17 for a twoyear term.
 
Wed
30
Apr

Hats off

By Simone Wichers-Voss.

Providing education on heritage and history is one of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution’s main objectives. The local Bosque River Valley DAR chapter takes that mission a step further and has started a general scholarship program for Bosque County seniors and participation in the DAR Good Citizen Award program.
 
Wed
30
Apr

Candidates’ forum skyped

By Carol Spicer.
 
Last week’s Clifton school board forum held at Bettis was opened by Andy Ball, CMS principal, who introduced the four candidates, John Thiele, Phillip Simpson, Damaris Neelley, and Dr. Skylar Bizzel, who appeared via skyp – thanks to Barbie Ernst and the technology of CISD. Despite a low turnout for the forum, each of the candidates fully answered the five questions that were asked of them – including: why they were running for school board; what they felt were the immediate challenges of CISD; what they felt are the requirements of a school board member; what strengths they could bring to the board; and what their vision is for the CISD.

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Wed
30
Apr

Local wildlife issues top meeting agenda

The Neils Creek Wildlife Management Association held its spring meeting on March 29 at the Bergman farm west of Clifton in the Norse Historical District. Over 40 members of the Association enjoyed a hamburger and hot dog lunch served by the Bergmans, while catching up on recent wildlife events in the area.

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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.”
 

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