Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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EMT helicopter provider details service at council meeting By Nathan Diebenow The Clifton City Council received a presentation from an air ambulance services provider during its regular meeting on Tuesday, October 10. The aldermen had sought to study emergency helicopter service providers... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Clifton dismantles A+ Academy, takes aim at Corsicana Mildred By Brett Voss Coming off a wild win the previous week, the Clifton Cubs came home for their first game at Cub Stadium in a month. Considering the Cubs would be playing a winless team on homecoming night, one could understand if the... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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FUMC’s The Lord’s Harvest fundraiser successful Oct. 14 By Simone Wichers-Voss Fall is time to conclude the harvest, and share its bounties. For over 20 years, the First United Methodist Church has held their annual missions and outreach fundraiser during this time of harvest, calling it... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Jackets snap five-game losing streak with convincing 43-8 win over Dawson By Brett Voss Hello win column. And for the Meridian Yellowjackets, they could not have picked a better time to post their first victory of the 2017 Texas high school football season. After going winless through a... + continue reading
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G-W Auxiliary holds fun fall fundraiser By Simone Wichers-Voss Decorating pumpkins has become a major competition at the Goodall-Witcher Hospital – all in the good cause. In the weeks leading up to the popular Pumpkin Patch, hospital departments take ownership of a pumpkin and let the... + continue reading

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10/18/2017
FallFest held in Clifton Oct. 21 By Simone Wichers-Voss Up until this week, temperatures were still in the nineties. But just in time for the season’s iconic event, Clifton’s Fallfest, the temperatures dropped at night, giving crisp mornings, bright blue skies, and that feeling of autumn.... + continue reading
10/18/2017
Meridian Elementary offers free carnival for students By Simone Wichers-Voss Even though the temperatures are in the nineties, there is definitely a feeling of fall in the air. People have started decorating their porches with pumpkins and the first Halloween items have made their appearance... + continue reading

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10/11/2017
By Brett Voss In each of the last three seasons, the Clifton Cub football team has achieve a measure of success, then set the bar a little higher. And each time, the Cubs have responded to the challenge. After winning their first outright district title since 2000, the 2017 Cubs looked primed... + continue reading
10/11/2017
Meridian State Park hosts family-oriented Open House By Simone Wichers-Voss A couple of times a year, the Meridian State Park offers activities for the public, without charging entry fees. Saturday’s Park Open House was one of those occasions; besides the campers already in the park around... + continue reading
10/11/2017
Sporting clays benefit busts expectations By Nathan Diebenow Marksmen from across Texas competed against each other at a fundraiser for the preservation of Bosque County’s rich, unique history Oct. 7. The Third Annual Sporting Clays Tournament drew 28 teams making this contest the largest... + continue reading

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10/18/2017
Jackets snap five-game losing streak with convincing 43-8 win over Dawson By Brett Voss Hello win column. And for the Meridian Yellowjackets, they could not have picked a better time to post... + continue reading

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10/18/2017
Local artists successful prestigious annual cowboy crossings By Simone Wichers-Voss The Cowboy Artists of America are the vanguard of the Western art revival that began in the 1960s, and they... + continue reading
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10/18/2017
By Ed Sterling AUSTIN — Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath on Oct. 11 announced the establishment of the Hurricane Harvey Task Force on School Mental Health Supports to deliver needed... + continue reading