Lifestyle

Wed
18
Nov

welcomed everyone

Steve Anderson welcomed everyone to his music venue Saturday night for a special birthday party, and a CD release party.

 

Wed
11
Nov

Honoring Our Veterans

In 1902, the Dorman’s arrived in Bosque County from Louisiana, buying 2,300 acres, and putting down the clan’s Texas roots. Ninety-two year old E.S. “Dugan” Dorman is the last still living of the nine children they raised, still living off the land he was raised on. Whereas two of the Dorman boys died before their 10th birthdays – one after a fire panic at a Waco Theatre, the other of a rattler’s bite- the others lived long, long lives. Maybelle even made it to 104. But Dugan is the one with the stories to tell.
 
 
Wed
11
Nov

Western heritage preserved

By Carol Spicer

Following the recent 50th anniversary exhibition of the Cowboy Artists of American’s show at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City; the Cowboy Crossings Show was held at the Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Fort Worth on Oct. 9. 

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Wed
04
Nov

Fertile, Flirt & Felon

Halloween just concluded, and the Tin Building Theatre is already thinking about the holidays. The small Texas town of Fayro will once more become the hilarious focus of the Bosque Art Center’s TBT when the holiday comedy, “Christmas Belles,” opens for five performances over three weekends beginning Nov. 14 at the Bosque Arts Center.

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Wed
04
Nov

Go Texan aids local scholars

The goal of the Bosque County Go Texan Committee is to support Bosque County youth with scholarships. The 6th Annual Bosque County Area Go Texan Extravaganza scholarship fundraiser will be held at the Armory in Clifton on Nov. 14 at 6 p.m.
 
Wed
28
Oct

Bigger, Badder Bacon

Fourth Annual Bacon Bash draws bacon lovers, generous givers
 
By Elizabeth Devereaux
 
How does eating bacon become an act of humanitarian giving? Pigging out on creative barbequed food fusion innovative drinks based on bacon is the thing to do.
 
Wed
28
Oct

two winners

Robin Maher was one of two winners who were presented special guitars signed by Hal Ketchum Saturday night. 

 

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Wed
21
Oct

Combining Forces

By Simone Wichers-Voss & Marc Arnold

Every year the Texas 4-H Youth Development Program participates in a statewide community service project called One Day 4-H. On this one day throughout the state, more than 12,000 4-Hers get together and perform all types of community service projects in their community.

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Wed
21
Oct

Pigging Out in Cranfills Gap

By Elizabeth Devereaux

How does eating bacon become an act of humanitarian giving? Pigging out on creative barbequed food fusion innovative drinks based on bacon is the thing to do. The Bacon Bash in Cranfills Gap, a recognized qualifying cooking competition, was a success as a fundraiser, fun for attendees and an opportunity for bragging rights for the cookoff cooks.  

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Wed
14
Oct

Fifty Shades of Grey

Annual MHS all-class reunion reunites Class of ‘65
 
By Simone Wichers-Voss
 
Every year nearly 200 Meridian High School alumni return to town for the all-class reunion. Sometimes a graduating class has a special anniversary to celebrate, like the class of ’65 this year – their fiftieth. Around 15 – now mostly grey haired - of the original 30 students gathered at the Meridian Civic Center Saturday to celebrate their graduating class, their lasting bonds and friendships.
 

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