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Clifton EDC seeks city’s information on street repair By Nathan Diebenow The Clifton Economic Development Corporation’s board of directors recently stopped short of allocating funds toward the re-construction of a city street connecting the highway to the new truck travel center. The pause... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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Clifton participates in reality TV contest By Nathan Diebenow Clifton’s small business community gave a special valentine to its counterparts in Bastrop the weekend before Valentine’s Day this year. The handmade gift came at an important time in support for the tiny Texas metropolis’... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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Code Enforcement Officer Fulford introduced to city council By Simone Wichers-Voss In addition to state laws enacted by the Texas Legislature, Texas local governments like cities may also enact ordinances within their jurisdiction. These city ordinances are passed by a city council and are... + continue reading
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County approves special revenue adjustments By Simone Wichers-Voss If a county department receives funds after the start of the fiscal year, a special revenue adjustment needs to be approved by the Commissioners’ Court. Several special revenue budget items appeared on the Bosque County... + continue reading
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Youthful Meridian girls look to future By Brett Voss Despite wrapping up the 2017-18 season last week with a winless record in District 10-2A, the Meridian Lady Jacket girls basketball team will return youthful squad that gained valuable on-court experience in the process. Led by senior... + continue reading

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02/14/2018
By Ross Ramsey It might deflate your confidence in the state of Texas to find that the people protecting your access to government information have their thumbs on the scale. That they’re playing favorites. That they put requests from their enemies on the slow track. Or that they advise the... + continue reading
02/14/2018
By Ed Sterling AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on Feb. 9 lauded Congress’ passage of budget legislation that contains nearly $90 billion in hurricane and wildfire disaster relief funding for Texas, Florida, California and Puerto Rico. Hurricane Harvey pounded Texas from Aug. 25-31, resulting... + continue reading

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02/14/2018
Fire Departments from across Bosque County were at the Clifton Civic Center Saturday learning about wildfire mitigation programs from the Texas A&M Forest Service. The topics covered during the eight hour course were Wildfire Risk Assessment, Wildfire Mitigation and it concluded with table... + continue reading
02/14/2018
Cubs eliminated in playoff race By Brett Voss The flu epidemic hit Clifton hard, in more  ways than one.   In dramatic fashion, the Clifton Cubs boys  basketball team took control of sole possession  of fourth place in the District 19-3A  playoff race Jan. 30, then... + continue reading
02/14/2018
Clifton girls end campaign on positive note with win By Brett Voss Snapping a five-game losing streak, the Clifton Lady Cub girls basketball team wrapped up the 2017- 18 campaign on a positive note. In fact, after a forfeit by West, the Lady Cubs knocked off Groesbeck, 36-20, at home on... + continue reading

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02/14/2018
Youthful Meridian girls look to future By Brett Voss Despite wrapping up the 2017-18 season last week with a winless record in District 10-2A, the Meridian Lady Jacket girls basketball team... + continue reading

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02/14/2018
Fire Departments from across Bosque County were at the Clifton Civic Center Saturday learning about wildfire mitigation programs from the Texas A&M Forest Service. The topics covered during... + continue reading

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02/14/2018
By Ross Ramsey It might deflate your confidence in the state of Texas to find that the people protecting your access to government information have their thumbs on the scale. That they’re... + continue reading