Lifestyle

Wed
18
May

Information for May 24 runoff election

On May 24, there will be several runoff elections. Republican Party Bosque County residents in precinct 3 are voting for a Precinct 3 commissioner, either Gary Arnold or Larry Philipp. Also on the Republican runoff ballot are Wayne Christian and Gary Gates running for Railroad Commissioner and Brent Webster and Scott Walker running for Court of Criminal Appeals Judge place 5.

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Wed
18
May

Return of spice rub sensation

Let Chef Ken Patrick make you the hero of your next cookout. On May 24, Chef Ken will be back at the Bosque Arts Center in Clifton for a “Happy Hour” event, demonstrating the use of his brand new line of spice rubs.

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Wed
11
May

Taking care of business

The last meeting for the Meridian 4-H Club was on April 25 In this meeting members elected new officers for next year. The Meridian 4-H 2016-17 Club Officers are President Lia Worley, Vice President Darcy Wyatt, Secretary Madisyn Hicks, Second Vice President - Games & Recreation -McKenzie Hicks, third Vice President - Refreshment Coordinator - Rylie Fischer, Treasurer Gardner Guillory, Reporter Ryann Fischer and Parliamentarian Mackenzie Errington.

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Wed
11
May

Drinking habits

The Bosque Arts Center Tin Building Theatre kicked off the final show of its 34th season May 7 with the hilarious two-act farce, “Drinking Habits.” The play, featuring a talented cast of TBT veterans and newcomers, will run for two performances Saturday and Sunday.

 

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Wed
04
May

Assorted actions

By Simone Wichers-Voss

During the Bosque County Commissioners’ Court, there are often items on the agenda related to the Bosque County Sheriffs’ Office and-or the jail. During the April 25 court session, there were four. The court approved entering into an inter- local agreement between the BCSO and the Clifton Police Department about participating in the cost - $625 - and use of a software application used to retrieve information off cell phones confiscated from suspects. Also participating in the software are the other counties in the 220th judicial district Hamilton and Comanche.

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Wed
20
Apr

Mister Meridian

By Simone Wichers-Voss

Some people are the glue that keep a community and the many civic organizations they were part of together. Meridian’s Kenneth Schrank was one of those people. He passed away on April 6 at the age of 71.

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Wed
20
Apr

Happy Hundred

By Simone Wichers-Voss

In the year she was born, life expectancy for a U.S. female was 54.3 years. One Hundred years later, life expectancy rose to 82.34 years. Margie Buckingham Wimberly crushed that statistic by years and years. On April 25, Margie celebrates her hundredth birthday. A feat she is not so proud of - it just happened.

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Wed
13
Apr

Proud nation

The national Veterans of Foreign Wars annually invites students to participate in the annual VFW Patriots Pen and Voice of Democracy Contests. Clifton’s VFW Post 8553 held an awards banquet on March 19 at the Clifton Civic Center to present awards to the Bosque County participants and winners in the Patriot’s Pen is a nationwide VFW sponsored youth essay competition for students in the 6th - 8th grades that gives students an opportunity to write essays expressing their views on democracy and freedom.

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Wed
06
Apr

Bring on the big attitudes

By Simone Wichers-Voss

On wrestling night, it’s all about the pageantry, the show, the crowd loudly booing a heel or wincing at a wrestler being thrown across the ring. There’s going to be brawling in Bosque, mauling in Meridian and all in the name of a good cause – youth sports. The Meridian High School Gym is the venue for a Main Event Pro Wrestling event with 10-12 top-notch pro wrestlers on April 16 at 6 p.m. with doors opening at 5 p.m.

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Wed
06
Apr

Proud nation

The national Veterans of Foreign Wars annually invites students to participate in the annual VFW Patriots Pen and Voice of Democracy Contests. Clifton’s VFW Post 8553 held an awards banquet on March 19 at the Clifton Civic Center to present awards to the Bosque County participants and winners in the Patriot’s Pen is a nationwide VFW sponsored youth essay competition for students in the 6th - 8th grades that gives students an opportunity to write essays expressing their views on democracy and freedom.

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