Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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Burns files legislation to protect property owners from eminent domain abuse AUSTIN – State Representative DeWayne Burns filed legislation taking aim at eminent domain abuse. House Bill 2684 will help level the playing field for property owners when they faceoff with government entities and... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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Rotary’s Run For The Hills breaks fundraising goal By Nathan Diebenow It was the perfect day for a perfect run through Clifton City Park. A bunch of families took advantage of the community atmosphere offered by the 4th Annual Run For The Hills 5K and Fun Run on Saturday, April 22. To... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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Museum Wildflower Show & Sale By Simone Wichers-Voss The array of wildflowers decorating the county’s roads and pathways signal true spring and bring a palette of color and smiles after the monotone grey of winter. Walking along the exhibited works featuring flowers and landscapes,... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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Clifton bounces back from loss to Groesbeck, grand slams Whitney, 11-1, on Senior Night By Brett Voss Despite coming up short in a District 19-3A championship showdown with Groesbeck last Thursday, the 16th-ranked Clifton Cubs bounced back on Senior Night last Friday. Needing to win out to... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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Cubs send eight, Lady Cubs two to Baylor By Brett Voss The Clifton boys and girls track and field teams rose to the occasion to extend their seasons last week. The Cubs finished third overall as a team, scoring 53 points while the Clifton girls placed 11th with 20 points at the District 19... + continue reading

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04/25/2017
Main Event Wrestling returns to Meridian By Elizabeth Schlumpf Main Event Pro Wrestling claims to be one of the largest and most successful professional wrestling companies in the country, so Bosque residents were excited to learn that they would be able to attend a unique fundraiser at the... + continue reading
04/25/2017
MHS theatre class offers Shakespeare dessert theatre April 30 By Simone Wichers-Voss Giving your all and coming up just short of advancing in competition is a hard pill to swallow. But knowing you did your best, and there were recognitions to prove it, is some comfort. The Meridian High... + continue reading

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04/18/2017
Easter celebrated with church activities, egg hunts By Simone Wichers-Voss Many traditions and rituals surround Easter- because of religious beliefs, its date in the spring connecting it to celebrations of rebirth and new life. In Bosque County, Easter Egg hunts, sunrise and other church... + continue reading
04/18/2017
City Council hears update on river dam By Nathan Diebenow The Clifton City Council heard an update about the current funding situation for repairs near the Bosque River Dam and other rainwater mitigation concerns during its regular meeting on Tuesday, April 11. Clifton Main Street Manager... + continue reading
04/18/2017
Bosque Photography Guild hosts annual contest for all ages By Elizabeth Schlumpf In artistic communities like Bosque County, summer weekends are often filled with art shows, music festivals, photography exhibits, and other inspired events. Locals recognize the value of artistic expression and... + continue reading

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04/25/2017
Clifton bounces back from loss to Groesbeck, grand slams Whitney, 11-1, on Senior Night By Brett Voss Despite coming up short in a District 19-3A championship showdown with Groesbeck last... + continue reading

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04/25/2017
MHS theatre class offers Shakespeare dessert theatre April 30 By Simone Wichers-Voss Giving your all and coming up just short of advancing in competition is a hard pill to swallow. But knowing... + continue reading

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04/25/2017
By Ed Sterling AUSTIN — The Texas House of Representatives on April 19 approved school finance legislation that would reduce the amount of local tax dollars that property-rich school districts are... + continue reading