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Kaleb Snoddy attempts the climbing wall at Pine Cove Base Camp at Cleburne Bible Church. The base camp is returning to Cleburne on July 22-26.
Pine Cove Base Camp returning for third year
Students from all over the area are invited to participate in the third annual Pine Cove Base Camp, returning to Cleburne on July 22-26.
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Police officer death trial begins Tuesday
The trial of an Alvarado man charged with the 2012 death of a Lancaster police officer begins Tuesday in the 249th District Court in the Guinn Justice Center.
Miller hopes to turn the page on bookstore
Cleburne resident Katherine Anne Murphy said she fears the plight of downtown Cleburne bookstore owner Bill Miller may have been lost in the commotion surrounding last week’s tornadoes.
Gov. Perry last step before sugary drink ban
Sugary drinks have no place in elementary, middle and junior high schools, Texas lawmakers said this week.
- Pine Cove Base Camp returning for third year
Zack Barrow, front, Dillon Hughes, under center, and Aaron Midkiff, right, and the Johnson County Sports Association Lions wrapped up spring practice on Friday. JCSA is in its first year of existence and is an organization which allows homeschooled students to participate in athletics.
JCSA wrapped up first-ever spring practices this week
The Johnson County Sports Association wrapped up its spring football practices this week, and the Lions look to be strong in the organization’s first year.
- Jackets rally to win Game 1, 3-2
- Grandview holding onto Game 2 lead after lightning delay
- Coward named Scholar Athlete of the Week
- Zebras drop game 1 against Hughes Springs in semis
- JCSA wrapped up first-ever spring practices this week
Don Newbury: Life was simpler back then in Keene, Texas
Keene, Texas, isn’t today — nor was it ever — Mayberry, RFD. With a few decades peeled back, however, history suggests there were some parallels. Keene “town characters” also wound up in unlikely “fixes” of their own making.
- Don Newbury: This time bathroom actually ‘pays’ off
- Don Newbury: Teachers and Ides of March
- Don Newbury: Bring back the layaway plan?
- Don Newbury: Well, shut my mouth
- Don Newbury: Life was simpler back then in Keene, Texas
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Dr. Ken Crawford, center, a Cleburne High School graduate, was awarded the Order of Civil Merit Dongbaek Medal on Monday in Norman, Okla. Dr. Il-soo Lee, right, administrator of the Korea Meteorological Administration, presented the award. Also pictured is Berrien Moore III, director of the National Weather Center and dean of the University of Oklahoma College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences.
Darla Johnson, a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, went home to be with her Savior on Tuesday, May 21, 2013. A celebration of life service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, May 24, 2013, at Field Street Baptist Church with Brother Kevin Bentley and Brother Greg Robinson officiating. Burial will be in Bono Cemetery.
- Charlotte Hudson
- Margaret Erle Roberts Anderson
- Darrin Glenn Whitehead
- James Meyer
- Darla Johnson