Wednesday, September 13, 2017
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After another lengthy executive session, the Meridian City Council emerged split on accepting Sgt. Curtis Rust’s resignation during the regular meeting Monday evening. Rust is presently deployed with the Texas National Guard to the hurricane-... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
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After a rough opening weekend to the 2017 Texas high school football season, Bosque County teams showed a glimpse of gridiron glory last week as Class 3A Clifton upset state-ranked Crawford and Morgan posted its second consecutive victory. Area football... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
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In a game that produced a playoff atmosphere at Cub Stadium, the battle between Class 3A Clifton against Class 2A, Division II’s fourth-ranked Crawford delivered everything high school football fans hope to see -- a seesaw, hard hitting contest and a dramatic... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
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Riesel Rises After playing playoff caliber teams in back-toback non-district games at home, the Meridian Yellowjackets hit the road this week looking for their first win in the 2017 Texas high school football season.... + continue reading
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What started as a day of prayer and remembrance for the over 3,000 victims of the horrific terrorist attacks in New York and Washington D.C 16 years ago on Sept. 9, has evolved into Patriot’s Day, a day to additionally honor the heroes, the first... + continue reading

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09/13/2017
Meridian Tribune Bo’s owner and trainer decided to change Buster’s name from Buster to Bo because Buster no longer truly described him. I’m not sure, but I think Bo was short for Beauregard, a name from his bird dog family tree. I know for fact, his old... + continue reading
09/13/2017
Just a reminder that Sept. 15 from 9 a.m. -noon will be the collection event for the 39th Annual Bosque County Hay Show. Entries need to be taken to the local Vo-Ag shop or to the Cranfills Gap Vo-Ag Building on this date for entry. The samples will be sent in... + continue reading

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09/13/2017
This year marked the 32nd annual Bosque Art Classic, and according to many, the show just keeps getting better and better, thanks to the never-abating enthusiasm and dedication of the Bosque Arts Center Art Council. The art council is a sub-group of the... + continue reading
09/13/2017
Riesel Rises After playing playoff caliber teams in back-toback non-district games at home, the Meridian Yellowjackets hit the road this week looking for their first win in the 2017 Texas high school football season.... + continue reading
09/13/2017
After a rough opening weekend to the 2017 Texas high school football season, Bosque County teams showed a glimpse of gridiron glory last week as Class 3A Clifton upset state-ranked Crawford and Morgan posted its second consecutive victory. Area football... + continue reading

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09/13/2017
In a game that produced a playoff atmosphere at Cub Stadium, the battle between Class 3A Clifton against Class 2A, Division II’s fourth-ranked Crawford delivered... + continue reading

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09/13/2017
Just a reminder that Sept. 15 from 9 a.m. -noon will be the collection event for the 39th Annual Bosque County Hay Show. Entries need to be taken to the local Vo-Ag shop... + continue reading
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09/13/2017
Rustic Ramblings Years ago, I discovered wild Clematis Crispa vines in our pastures. They resemble little purple bells. I coaxed a few to grow... + continue reading