Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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Funding approved for the Meridian VFD fire hall expansion project By Simone Wichers-Voss The Meridian Volunteer Fire Department is hoping to “Raise the Roof and Widen the Walls,” of the Meridian Fire Hall built in 1952. By making the $ 120,000 costing modifications the MVFD hopes to make... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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Meridian FBC youth help local homeowners By Simone Wichers-Voss It was Fixer Upper First Baptist Church Meridian style – helping local homeowners maintain their properties when finances or physical strain got in the way of doing the work themselves. All during spring break a crew of 125... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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SKYWARN seminar keeps Bosque County storm safe By Elizabeth Schlumpf Central Texas sees its fair share of severe weather in the spring and summer, including tornados. At the Skywarn Severe Weather Program by the Fort Worth office of the National Weather Service offered at the Meridian... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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Boys, girls return to action at Hamilton By Brett Voss After taking last week off for Spring Break, the Clifton boys and girls track and field teams return to action by competing at the Hamilton Meet this Thursday. In dominating fashion, the Clifton boys and girls track and field teams ran... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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Clifton faces state-ranked West, Groesbeck By Brett Voss Coming off an overwhelming 14-3 victory over Bruceville-Eddy and an open date during Spring Break last week, the Clifton Cub baseball team returns to action facing its biggest challenges of the season. Playing in what could be... + continue reading

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03/21/2017
Bosque Museum offers two-day workshop on ancient survival skills By Simone Wichers-Voss The acronym for Native American science and technology using material, land and art is nastumla. And that was the name of the two-day survival skills camp offered by the Bosque Museum during spring break... + continue reading
03/21/2017
Crawford publishes book about county schools & churches By Simone Wichers-Voss The first thing the earliest settlers to Bosque County did was establish communal meeting places, often a school or a church followed. The community gathered in these places vital to daily life; they offered... + continue reading

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03/15/2017
Harman presents 150 years of Chisholm Trail history   By Simone Wichers-Voss   The Chisholm Trail - possibly more than any other cattle trail - is a tale filled with controversy and historic rivalries. Where did it start? Where did it end? What is the true time period? Who... + continue reading
03/15/2017
Hospital receives new beds, donates surplus   By Nathan Diebenow   It felt a lot like Christmas at Goodall- Witcher Hospital last week. The rural hospital in Clifton received all brand-new, state-of-theart beds, then in turn donated its used surplus furniture to a... + continue reading
03/15/2017
Bosque Farmers Market stakes present jail site for community garden   By Simone Wichers-Voss   It might be a while yet until the present jail facility on Highway 22 is demolished, but before it is turned into a parking lot or other some such unsightly utilitarian use, there is... + continue reading

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03/21/2017
Boys, girls return to action at Hamilton By Brett Voss After taking last week off for Spring Break, the Clifton boys and girls track and field teams return to action by competing at the... + continue reading

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03/21/2017
Bosque Museum offers two-day workshop on ancient survival skills By Simone Wichers-Voss The acronym for Native American science and technology using material, land and art is nastumla. And that... + continue reading

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03/21/2017
By Bartee Haile On Mar. 21, 1877, Guy M. Bryan wrote the new President of the United States, an old college classmate, to recommend a relative for the Supreme Court. William Pitt Ballinger had... + continue reading