Wednesday, September 2, 2015
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What a difference a year can make. And seldom has that been more clear than last Friday night at Jacket Stadium. The Meridian Yellowjackets raced to an overwhelming 36-point second quarter lead before coasting to an impressive 58-33 victory over the Itasca Wampus Cats in the 2015 Texas high... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
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After attending a ribbon cutting ceremony opening his new Bosque County office in Clifton, State District 58 Rep. DeWayne Burns was at the Town Hall meeting at the Meridian Civic Center to inform the public about the 84th Legislature (above); Burns receives a hug from Bosque County... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
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Lake Whitney-West Shore Volunteer Fire Department 46th Annual Labor Day Fish Fry will be held on the Saturday, Sept. 5 at the fire hall on Shore Acres in Laguna Park. Last year at “Texas largest fish fry”, 2,100 persons were served 1,800 pounds of deep fried fish, 1,000 pounds of... + continue reading
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Districts, campuses and charters receive one of three ratings under the Texas Education Agency accountability system: Met Standard, Met Alternative Standard, or Improvement Required.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
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When the Clifton Cubs traveled to West for the 2015 Texas high school football season opener last Friday night, it didn’t turn out to be the beginning they were looking for as the lights went out. But after battling to a 37-17 loss to the West Trojans in a contest closer than the score... + continue reading

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09/02/2015
With independence about to be swapped for statehood, Texans packed the polls on Sep. 2, 1844 to pick a president for the fourth and final time. The year before the Lone Star Republic’s last election, Texans could not have imagined that they would be forced to choose between Anson Jones and... + continue reading
09/02/2015
AUSTIN — Texas Attorney  General Ken Paxton on Aug. 27 entered a plea of not guilty on felony charges of securities fraud at his arraignment in Fort Worth. Tarrant County 396th State District Court Judge George Gallagher gave Paxton until  Sept. 30 to answer to the... + continue reading

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08/26/2015
By Simone Wichers-Voss New students. New teachers. New rules. Everything seemed new, spruced up and improved for the first day at school at the Meridian Independent School District campuses. The changes on campuses  are led by the principals, district- wide changes are decided and... + continue reading
08/26/2015
By Simone Wichers-Voss The initial Emergency Services District board has quite a task ahead of them. They are in process of creating the ESD, and 99 percent of their work has to be completed before Sept. 31, otherwise the creation of the ESD will have to be postponed for another year.... + continue reading
08/26/2015
Hoping to build on the momentum and success experienced during the first season under Head Coach Chris Roberts last year, the Meridian Yellowjackets will open the 2015 Texas high school football season at home this Friday. Following a controlled and live action scrimmage at Class 3A, Division II... + continue reading
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When the Clifton Cubs traveled to West for the 2015 Texas high school football season opener last Friday night, it didn’t turn out to be the beginning they were looking for as the lights... + continue reading

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Farm Bureau President David Bevels got a little choked up as he presented a card and gift card to Lynn Bowers upon her 35-year retirement from Bosque County Farm Bureau. She reminded him she... + continue reading