Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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By Simone Wichers-Voss News Editor Visitors came by car, by truck, by bus to be a part of an annual event, known far beyond county lines. The 26th Annual Norwegian Country Christmas Tour and added attractions had visitors to Clifton and Bosque County spoilt for choice and seeped in... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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By Brett Voss Publisher With three weeks of non-district and tournament play under their belts, the Clifton Lady Cub basketball team will travel to the Hillsboro Tournament Dec. 7-9 as their final tuneup for district competition. Last weekend, the Lady Cubs opened up in the Moody... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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By Simone Wichers-Voss County, state and federal funding withered many years back. And, whereas the library is dependent solely on donations and grants from individuals and the city, it is still able to provide a variety of services and a collection that is impressive for the limited budget,... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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By Brett Voss Publisher   To the victors go the spoils. And when it came to selection of the All-District 11-3A, Division II squad, nothing could have been more true for the two-time defending district champion Clifton Cubs. Led by senior rrunning back Marc Gutierrez being named... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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By Simone Wichers-Voss People put up festive lights; the pumpkins were replaced with Christmas wreaths, The festive lights were put up on the electricity poles and along the Bosque bridge, Santa’s and snow men were showing up in front yards and stores started playing Christmas songs in the... + continue reading

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12/06/2017
Bosque County Judge Don L. Pool has been honored by the Texas Judicial Academy for going the extra mile to be prepared to handle his duties as county judge. Judge Pool was inducted on Nov. 16 as a Fellow in the Texas Judicial Academy during the 2017 Fall Judicial Education Session. The Texas... + continue reading
12/06/2017
By Nathan Diebenow Correspondent Rountree Appliance would like to bless a needy local family from Bosque and Hamilton County with a household appliance package for Christmas. The package will include a refrigerator, washer and fryer Pair, range and microwave. All Appliances will come... + continue reading

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12/06/2017
By Simone Wichers-Voss People put up festive lights; the pumpkins were replaced with Christmas wreaths, The festive lights were put up on the electricity poles and along the Bosque bridge, Santa’s and snow men were showing up in front yards and stores started playing Christmas songs in the... + continue reading
12/06/2017
By Simone Wichers-Voss County, state and federal funding withered many years back. And, whereas the library is dependent solely on donations and grants from individuals and the city, it is still able to provide a variety of services and a collection that is impressive for the limited budget,... + continue reading
11/29/2017
Hundreds feast at Womack Sausage Supper By Nathan Diebenow A blessing is a dish best served in fellowship. That’s the spirit of the German heritage supper shared at Zion United Church at Womack during its annual smoked sausage supper. This year, the atmosphere around the fundraiser feast... + continue reading

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12/06/2017
By Brett Voss Publisher   To the victors go the spoils. And when it came to selection of the All-District 11-3A, Division II squad, nothing could have been more true for the two-time... + continue reading

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12/06/2017
Participating in the 25th Santa’s Angels Toy Run Nov. 19, 100 motor cycles roll into Meridian and are served a chili lunch (top right); Seven-year-old Brianna Ortiz helps display the toys delivered... + continue reading

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12/06/2017
By Genie Ellis Zacharias   Zack laments periodically that the cars of today lack the color of those of the past. Think about it. Now I’ll admit that Zack lives in the past as much as... + continue reading