Wednesday, July 19, 2017
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By Simone Wichers-Voss With the lifespan of the present Bosque County jail coming to an end, and demolition somewhere around the corner, several local civic organizations and individuals were thinking ahead and started thinking on how to turn an eyesore into a city asset. AgriLife Extension... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
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By Brett Voss Based on a leaked Meridian Police Department case file and a patrol vehicle dashboard camera recording, KXXV News Channel 25, the ABC network affiliate in Waco, filed a report July 10 alleging five Meridian city officials were under investigation for either holding illegal meetings... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
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By Simone Wichers-Voss With dozers at work in the background, billowing white clouds against a stark blue sky in the heat of the midday sun, people gathered on a construction site next to the Riverside Baptist Church on FM 2840. It was the official groundbreaking ceremony Monday for the new... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
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By Nathan Diebenow Rodeo is just another word for freedom. The Clifton Rodeo gave young and old alike liberating experiences during its 66th annual event they will never forget. Spectators and contestants descended on the Clifton Rodeo Arena from all across Texas Friday and Saturday... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
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By Brett Voss Although the Bosque County 7-on-7 Summer Football League took a week off for the Fourth of July holiday, some were a little slower getting back from vacation than others. Consequently, things did not go quite as planned last week when the summer league returned to action for... + continue reading

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07/19/2017
By Simone Wichers-Voss Once a month the Meridian Chamber of Commerce holds a member luncheon, inviting different community members to speak about their business or work. On July 13, Meridian Mayor Daniel Yguerabide was guest speaker at the luncheon, introducing himself to the community and... + continue reading
07/19/2017
By Simone Wichers-Voss Over the past few weeks the Bosque County Commissioners discussed the necessity for improved telecommunications at the courthouse and at the Bosque County tax office. At the June 26 court, they approved a $39,000 lease contract for 13 new DSR-2 ANT radar for the Bosque... + continue reading

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07/19/2017
Sewing students – Rebekah Tyler (from left), Sophia Neumann, Abigail Ketchum, Gareth Schulte, Isabella Riley, and Sarah Tyler created pillows, washable surgical masks, and animal dolls during the sewing camp the week of July 11 at the Bosque To read more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading
07/12/2017
By Simone Wichers-Voss For those who had missed out on fire works on the Fourth of July, they got another chance to watch a great display, up close and personal, complete with patriotic music. As dusk drew over the land, the golfers settled down for another bottle of water to avoid dehydration,... + continue reading
07/12/2017
By Simone Wichers-Voss In general giving blood is rewarding. The donor knows they are saving lives by giving a little time and effort to give blood. On Sunday, giving blood during a special Carter BloodCare drive at the Meridian Courthouse was doubly rewarding. Because as just one pint of... + continue reading

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07/19/2017
By Brett Voss Although the Bosque County 7-on-7 Summer Football League took a week off for the Fourth of July holiday, some were a little slower getting back from vacation than others.... + continue reading

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07/19/2017
Sewing students – Rebekah Tyler (from left), Sophia Neumann, Abigail Ketchum, Gareth Schulte, Isabella Riley, and Sarah Tyler created pillows, washable surgical masks, and animal dolls during the... + continue reading

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07/19/2017
By Bartee Haile Worried the war might cut off their supply of cheap labor, the Texas Dirt Farmers Congress appealed to the federal government on Jul. 22, 1941 to reopen the border with Mexico.... + continue reading