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By Simone Wichers-Voss   Gud Velsigne deg – God Bless you. On the way to the 2014 Smorgasbord, the celebration Norwegian heritage by Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Norse and its annual fundraiser, thoughts of Norwegian delicacies like sild, sot suppe,... + continue reading
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By Brett Voss   GLEN ROSE - It’s been a long time coming. But last Saturday afternoon, the Clifton Cubs made it well worth the wait. After qualifying for the postseason tournament for the first time since 2005 as the fourth place team in District 10-3A, Division II,... + continue reading
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By Simone Wichers-Voss   Hail the size of golf pelted down on Bosque County on March 28, causing massive damage to cars, crops and roofs. All hail damage on other county buildings and vehicles already has been repaired and paid for, costing the county a $2,500 deductible... + continue reading
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By Brett Voss   Coaches often claim wins as a total team effort. For the Meridian Lady Jacket girls basketball team under new head coach Chris Hicks, nothing could be more true. Rotating his squad in two complete groups of five players on a regular basis, the Lady Jackets... + continue reading

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11/19/2014
By Simone Wichers-Voss   Congressional debate is an exciting new avenue in University Interscholastic League competition. This is the second year of this competition, and it is still in its pilot mode. On Nov. 12, a group of Meridian High School students traveled to... + continue reading
11/19/2014
By Carol Spicer   During regular session of the Clifton City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 11, Mayor Richard Spitzer brought up support of a Bosque County Emergency Services District, noting that citizens in Clifton pay twice for ambulance service, from both city taxes and county... + continue reading

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11/19/2014
By Brett Voss   GLEN ROSE - It’s been a long time coming. But last Saturday afternoon, the Clifton Cubs made it well worth the wait. After qualifying for the postseason tournament for the first time since 2005 as the fourth place team in District 10-3A, Division II,... + continue reading
11/12/2014
By Brett Voss   Playing their regular season finale on the road in Dublin, the Clifton Cubs did not get the finish they wanted. But for the first time since 2005, they will get another chance as the Cubs extend their 2014 season into the Class 3A, Division II playoffs.... + continue reading
11/12/2014
By Brett Voss   Going into the 2014 mid-term elections, the Bosque County Republicans knew that local Democrats were working hard to reorganize in an attempt to regain some footing it what had historically always been a Texas county dominated by the Democrats.... + continue reading
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By Brett Voss   GLEN ROSE - It’s been a long time coming. But last Saturday afternoon, the Clifton Cubs made it well worth the wait. After qualifying for the postseason... + continue reading

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By Ed Sterling On Nov. 10, dozens among Texas’ 31 state senators and 150 state representatives, including a few members-elect who won’t be sworn for nearly two months, jumped right in... + continue reading

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Clara Dee Bronstad’s smile shines as bright as her red, white and blue cap during the annual Salute to Veterans.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading