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Tue
18
Apr

Shakespearean

Meridian Public Library fundraiser offers dining with The Bard April 29

By Simone Wichers-Voss

Guests can imagine themselves entering the Boar’s Head Tavern, with cunning cooks at the open fire, friendly serving wenches and tables laden with Shakespearean supper delicacies like glazed carrots, sugared teas and other kicksaws.

The Meridian Public Library Annual Fundraiser Jewels & Jeans is set for Saturday, April 29. The evening at the Meridian Civic Center will start with a social hour at 5:45 p.m. offering kicksaws, grog, ale and claret, with dinner at 6:30.

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Tue
18
Apr

Hopping Good Time

Easter celebrated with church activities, egg hunts

By Simone Wichers-Voss

Many traditions and rituals surround Easter- because of religious beliefs, its date in the spring connecting it to celebrations of rebirth and new life.

In Bosque County, Easter Egg hunts, sunrise and other church services, Easter lunch with grandma, all dressed in new clothes and shows, with bows and ties to match were part of the holiday’s celebrations. Or just a great day fishing in shorts and a t-shirt.

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Tue
18
Apr

Horseshoes & more

CTYF to host area Go Texan tourneys

By Nathan Diebenow

The Central Texas Youth Fair Association will host area Go Texan tournaments during the local youth fair show in late May.

The winners of these local Go Texan horseshoes, washers, and dominoes tournaments will go on to represent Bosque County in next year’s Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ Go Texan contests in Katy, Texas.

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Tue
18
Apr

Review & repair

City Council hears update on river dam

By Nathan Diebenow

The Clifton City Council heard an update about the current funding situation for repairs near the Bosque River Dam and other rainwater mitigation concerns during its regular meeting on Tuesday, April 11.

Clifton Main Street Manager Ashley Abel told the council that the Texas Historical Commission has recently signed off on a permit from the US Army Corps of Engineers to allow the erosion control repairs on the bank near the dam.

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Tue
18
Apr

Photo contest inspires

Bosque Photography Guild hosts annual contest for all ages

By Elizabeth Schlumpf

In artistic communities like Bosque County, summer weekends are often filled with art shows, music festivals, photography exhibits, and other inspired events. Locals recognize the value of artistic expression and organize events to encourage each other to indulge in creative outlets.

One such event took place Saturday and boasted an impressive turnout.

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Tue
11
Apr

Candidate forum

Grass Roots hosts forum before election

By Simone Wichers-Voss

Several Bosque County cities and schools are having an election for new city council or school board members in the coming May 6 election.

Meridian’s Grass Roots organization hope to introduce the candidates running for Meridian city council and mayor at a forum April 20 at the Meridian Civic Center at 6 p.m.

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Tue
11
Apr

Bargain Hunting

County-wide Garage Sale draws pickers far & wide

By Simone Wichers-Voss

For garage sale bargain hunters, there is no such thing as junk. They find treasures among an overwhelming amount of old, antique, or just plain decrepit articles displayed on tables or stuffed in boxes.

The Bosque County Wide garage sale is an event many bargain hunters look forward to. This year the weather was perfect – sunny, soft breeze cooling the air.

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Tue
11
Apr

A notch above

Clifton Middle School leadership team to attend Harvard program

By Simone Wichers-Voss

This year, nearly 700 exceptional school leaders across Texas applied for the opportunity to attend a week-long professional development summer course designed to empower and inspire school leaders, taught in Cambridge, MA by faculty at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

After a rigorous application process, three Clifton Middle School leaders have been selected to join 110 school leaders at the very prestigious program because of their potential to affect significant change at the campus in the district and throughout the region.

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Tue
11
Apr

Back Road Beauty

Donners honored at 35th Annual Big Event

By Simone Wichers-Voss

Traveling the back roads in Texas is synonymous with getting in touch with the land, enjoying the beautiful scenery and an all-in-all “feel good” situation.

And that feel good feeling was what the 2017 Bosque Arts Center Big Event fundraiser theme wanted to emulate. It started with George Boutwell’s event program front cover – a depiction of a back road with red classic truck, blue bonnets, both set off by the yellow caliche – capturing the theme “Traveling the back roads,” perfectly.

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Tue
11
Apr

Charming country poet

Ray Wylie Hubbard show delivers at Tin Building Theatre

By Nathan Diebenow

One does not simply experience a Ray Wylie Hubbard concert.

Yet, the souls who crammed the Tin Building Theatre in Clifton on Friday, April 7, to hear Wimberley’s wordsmith did so with “Hold my beer” enthusiasm.

The audience undeniably witnessed the bard’s entire life story condensed into two 45-minute acts with a 15-minute breather.

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