Clifton ISD School Board recognized its staff members of the month for January during Monday night’s regular meeting, with Clifton High School science teacher and head girls’ basketball coach, Whitney Holdbrook, Clifton Middle School English teacher, Vikki Moore, and Clifton Elementary School ESL…
A strong, first-half effort by the visiting Itasca Lady Wampus Cats proved the difference versus the Meridian Lady Jackets, who fell to the former, 48-27 in a District 12-2A game Friday night (Jan. 15). Going up, 8-2 after one quarter, Itasca’s offense exploded for 23 points in the second frame,…
Defense led the way in the Meridian Yellow Jackets’ and Itasca Wampus Cats’ District 12-2A matchup Friday night (Jan. 15) at the former’s home gym, culminating in a 32-15 win for the latter.  A 4-1 second-quarter scoring advantage by Itasca gave the team a four-point halftime lead (12-8) after a…
The Walnut Springs Hornets’ offense was out in force versus the Arlington Texas Leadership Charter Academy Eagles Friday night (Jan. 15) on the road, as the former blasted the latter, 93-30 in a District 20-1A game. Led by Corey Hargrove with a team-high 27 points, Walnut Springs took its opponent…
Up by one point (13-12) early in the team’s District 17-3A bout versus the Lorena Leopards Friday night (Jan. 15) on the road, the Clifton Cubs suddenly found themselves trailing by double digits heading into the half after an 18-4 second-quarter run by the former. Clifton did well finding its…
Bosque County’s COVID-19 case numbers dropped significantly from the previous week, as only 25 people tested positive last week. In the previous week’s count reported in the Clifton Record and Meridian Tribune, 66 people tested positive. Experts have been warning us for the last ten months when…
The Clifton City Council took action regarding a financing agreement for the purpose of procuring a backhoe, a jetting machine, a vehicle and related equipment for the city. Mayor Dr. Richard Spitzer asked city employees to make a list to present to the council of equipment they needed, and the…
The Clifton City Council recently took action to go out for bids on several street repair projects throughout the city. In the proposal, four separate projects were presented to the council. Project 1 is from Mary Street, approximately 3,103 feet from Avenue Q to Highway 6, for a total of about…
The coronavirus pandemic has affected the lives of everyone, but none more so than those who lost a loved one to the deadly disease. 19 individuals in Bosque County have lost their lives to COVID-19, and The Clifton Record and Meridian Tribune would like to honor those lives in the next edition of…
The Clifton Cubs and Lady Cubs are deep into District 17-3A play heading into the month of February. The boys’ varsity squad has six district games remaining, while the girls’ varsity squad has four district games remaining.
• Michael Blake Green, of Meridian, was arrested on Jan. 8 for the possession of a controlled substance over one gram but under four grams with the intent to deliver, possession of a prohibited substance or item in a correctional or civil commitment facility, and a child support warrant. • Brianna…
It’s a new year and the times they are a changing! One of the first things we are doing is…
Bosque County’s COVID-19 case numbers dropped significantly from the previous week, as only 25…
The Clifton City Council recently took action to go out for bids on several street repair projects…
Clifton ISD School Board recognized its staff members of the month for January during Monday night’s regular meeting, with Clifton High School science teacher and head girls’ basketball coach, Whitney Holdbrook, Clifton Middle School English teacher, Vikki Moore, and Clifton Elementary School ESL teacher, Mindy Davis taking home the honors.
The Meridian ISD school board went into executive session shortly before 8 p.m. Monday night to discuss the future of Superintendent Kim Edwards. This routine…
Bosque County Emergency Management Coordinator Chris Anderson spoke to the Commissioners Court Tuesday morning about the lack of Covid-19 vaccines in Bosque…
Clifton Municipal Airport Manager Tim Talley updated the Clifton City Council on the status of a new automatic slider gate that would provide a needed layer of…
A strong, first-half effort by the visiting Itasca Lady Wampus Cats proved the difference versus the Meridian Lady Jackets, who fell to the former, 48-27 in a…
Defense led the way in the Meridian Yellow Jackets’ and Itasca Wampus Cats’ District 12-2A matchup Friday night (Jan. 15) at the former’s home gym, culminating…
The Walnut Springs Hornets’ offense was out in force versus the Arlington Texas Leadership Charter Academy Eagles Friday night (Jan. 15) on the road, as the…

 

The Clifton Cubs and Lady Cubs are deep into District 17-3A play heading into the month of February. The boys’ varsity squad has six district games remaining,…
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) reopened Monday, Jan. 11 to provide more targeted relief for Main Street. Businesses who received the first round of PPP…
Bosque County Spay Neuter (BCSN) works hard to solve the problem of homeless animals in Bosque County, and to help families care for their beloved pets. Five…