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Add ons

By Simone Wichers - Voss

The concrete slab is down, the metal beams and trusses are up, and the new Meridian High School AG barn is taking shape. During the March 28, Meridian Independent School District school board meeting, Vocational Ag Teacher Mike Gann informed the board on the most recent developments regarding the construction.

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06
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Hear my prayers

By Simone Wichers - Voss

Through the gentle rise and fall of Gabriel Fauré’s prayerful lament for the dead, the audience felt in the company of saints and angels. As the soft light filled the Bosque Arts Center third floor Saturday afternoon, the First Baptist Church San Antonio’s Choir and Orchestra performed a free, overwhelmingly beautiful concert.

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06
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Citizen concerns addressed

By Simone Wichers -Voss

At the end of the Bosque County Commissioners’ Court, people can make announcements or present an issue to the court which was not on the agenda. After the March 28 Commissioners’ Court, Precinct 3 citizens came to complain about the condition of several roads in their precinct – CR 3635, 3640 and 3645. They claim their roads are getting continuously worse.

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06
Apr

Runoff election

On May 24, there will be several runoff elections. Last day to register to vote or change address with the Election Administrator, Lexie Houser.is April 25. The last day for the early voting clerk to receive an application for a ballot by mail is May 13.

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06
Apr

Stellar performances

By Simone Wichers-Voss Greek Philosopher Plato is attributed to saying “Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.” It might very well be the philosophy behind the Bosque County Civic Music Association’s passion on promoting the musical arts in the community.

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Mar

Local subject shot

By Simone Wichers-Voss

After a 911 call from a female reporting domestic disturbance with her husband in Iredell, the Bosque County Sheriff ’s Office and the Meridian Police Department dispatched officers to the scene. In the March 22 incident, deputies were advised that a rifle was involved in the disturbance on 312 S. Somervell Street in Iredell.

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Drug dog?

By Simone Wichers-Voss

The Meridian Police Department was at a cross roads regarding their canine drug detection program and asked the Meridian City Council what path to pursue. The matter was solved March 14 in a three – two vote when the council approved purchase and training of a second drug dog.

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Western spirit

By Simone Wichers-Voss

Being able to capture the glisten of soft winter light on snow, the inherent strength of a native American warrior, the friendship between an old man and his burro or the essence of a cowboy’s character in that one particular, somewhat arrogant, stance – that is what distinguishes a gifted and talented artist from the pack. Bosque County is home to four living legends when it comes to the art-form called Cowboy or Western art. They know how to capture emotions, character, magnificence in the smallest detail.

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Bunny Hop Happy

By Simone Wichers-Voss

From the religious to the fun, people around Bosque County joined in Easter activities in the new colorful dresses and bows and dress shirts and hats. In Meridian the city’s Parks and Recreation group organized the Bosque Bunny Hop for the second time. There were over 4,000 eggs for youth – in two age groups - to gather.

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Tackling treasurer’s back log

By Simone Wichers-Voss

The Bosque County treasurer’s office has struggled to keep up with the reconciliation of bank statements. As of Monday, the office is 15 months behind. During the Bosque County Commissioners Court, Treasurer Cheryl Niemeier informed the court she has talked to Netdata and has contacted other county treasurers for advice on how efficiently diminish the back log.

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