Wednesday, July 22, 2015
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By Simone Wichers-Voss Many Bosque County residents remember the days that Texas Safari was a game park open to the public, with rhino’s, giraffes and a high-dive show on Saturdays.  Now it is a privately owned ranch without drive-through facilities. But the lucky children... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
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  By Simone Wichers-Voss Only few real cowboys in real life break a colt or would dream of riding a mad bull. But at the rodeo the adrenaline junkies are all about the daring bull-riding, the skillful roping, the exhilarating  barrel racing, the hilarious steer saddling... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
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Only few real cowboys in real life break a colt or would dream of riding a mad bull. But at the rodeo the adrenaline junkies are all about the daring bull-riding, the skillful roping, the exhilarating barrel racing, the hilarious steer saddling and the fun mutton busting, even if it was on a... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
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By Carol Spicer In an effort to keep all the young athletes in Bosque County Schools safe, each year Clifton Medical Clinic offers free University Interscholastic League physicals to student athletes.  The first of the two evening sessions took place on Thursday evening with... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
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Meridian baseball team comes up short in tournament at Buffalo To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading

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07/22/2015
By Carol Spicer A rare treat not only filled the Bosque Arts Center with people on Saturday night – but more important, it filled the theatre with the music of a true vocal artist, Suzy Bogguss.  Taking the stage with her guitar, an upright bass player and a lead guitar and... + continue reading
07/22/2015
By Simone Wichers-Voss In the past, Meridian dealt with groups of youth roaming the streets at night, sometimes causing mischief. To curb the nuisance a curfew ordinance was adopted in 1999. State law requires that curfew ordinances are reviewed every three years. Even though the city... + continue reading

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07/22/2015
By Carol Spicer With a pending grant and loan from Clifton Economic Development Corporation, David Rater of Pearson’s Livestock Equipment,  spoke at last week’s meeting of the Clifton City Council. Though a tentative plan to purchase the old Davis Trucking Co. was... + continue reading
07/22/2015
Meridian baseball team comes up short in tournament at Buffalo To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
07/15/2015
Meridian NC T-Ball: (Coaches, left to right) Chad Gregory, Amanda Gregory, Bridget Kilcrease. (Second Row) Abigail  reyer, Haley Johnson, Mailey Padgett, Colt Gregory. (FrontRow) Brandon Gunderson, Brianna Rosales, Zoie Kilcrease, Isabella Strickland, Brandon Allen. Sponsor: Gregory Fencing... + continue reading
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By Carol Spicer In an effort to keep all the young athletes in Bosque County Schools safe, each year Clifton Medical Clinic offers free University Interscholastic League physicals to... + continue reading

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By Ed Sterling AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on July 18 authorized Adjutant General John Nichols of the Texas National Guard to arm personnel  at military facilities across Texas.... + continue reading

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By Carol Spicer The Valley Mills John Armstrong Masonic Lodge 291 inducted officers on July 11, including David Mullen, Gene Smith, Steve McCoy inducting the officer, Todd Prossor,... + continue reading