Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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Indie auditor offers suggestions to Clifton City Council By Nathan Diebenow The Clifton City Council was presented the City’s 2015-16 audit report as well as suggestions for future accounting practices by an independent auditor during its regular meeting on Tuesday, May 13. Paul... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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Clifton VFD Fish Fry serves 425 donors By Nathan Diebenow About 425 meals were served to supporters of the Clifton Volunteer Fire Department at its annual fish fry fundraiser in Womack on Saturday, June 17. Many hungry donors showed up well before the 5 p.m. starting time ahead of the... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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Cubs’ Kettler named district offensive MVP, Lady Cubs place three on first team squad By Brett Voss After qualifying for the Class 3A baseball playoffs for the fourth consecutive season, the Clifton Cubs reaped the spoils of their success when he All-District 19-3A selections were announced... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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Clifton joins up with Bosque 11-man football counterparts Meridian, Valley Mills again By Brett Voss After trying it out last summer in favor of playing summer 7-on-7 football in Hico, Clifton will join forces with Meridian and Valley Mills to once again form an all-Bosque County 7-on-7... + continue reading
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
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19th Annual Lucky Clover tourney benefits 4-H By Simone Wichers-Voss It was a great day for a round of golf, and making it even more special, is that the four-man scramble benefitted a good cause. On Saturday, Bosque 4-H held their 19th Annual Lucky Clover Golf Tournament at the Bosque... + continue reading

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06/21/2017
Davis defeats Hooks in Second Election By Brett Voss After the race for one of the two open seats on the Meridian City Council ended in a tie during the May 6 election forcing a Second Election, Alderman candidate Elizabeth “Liz” Davis defeated candidate Eric Hooks in the runoff June 13.... + continue reading
06/21/2017
Constitutional amendment banning unfunded mandates one step away By Simone Wichers-Voss According to the Texas association of counties, Texas counties have long faced unfunded and underfunded mandates from both the state and federal governments. These costly mandates may be unintentional on... + continue reading

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06/14/2017
By Nathan Diebenow The giggles are real. The dynamic duo of Cooper Wade and Chad Prather defended country music, southern culture, and western civilization from the forces of evil snowflakes (for at least another day) on their Saturday, June 10, stop in Clifton on their Live, Laugh, Love Tour... + continue reading
06/14/2017
By Nathan Diebenow Faye Wallace celebrated her 100th birthday at the Old Mercantile in historic downtown Clifton on Sunday afternoon, June 11. Hundreds of community members – from family, friends, and well-wishers – lined up to honor the beloved Clifton resident at a come-and-go reception... + continue reading
06/14/2017
By Nathan Diebenow A retired energy finance professional reflected on how education played an important role in his career development during the Bosque County Rotary Club’s meeting on Thursday, March 23, at the Clifton Civic Center. Born near Cranfills Gap, Clifton High School Class of 1956... + continue reading

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06/21/2017
Clifton joins up with Bosque 11-man football counterparts Meridian, Valley Mills again By Brett Voss After trying it out last summer in favor of playing summer 7-on-7 football in Hico, Clifton... + continue reading

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06/21/2017
U.S. Rep. Williams, aide injured in baseball practice shooting By Brett Voss What began as a fun and friendly preparation for the 80th Annual Congressional Baseball Game suddenly turned... + continue reading

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06/21/2017
By Ed Sterling Governor signs 2018-2019, two-year state budget into law Gov. Greg Abbott on June 12 signed Senate Bill 1, legislation that appropriates some $217 billion to pay for the state’s... + continue reading