- Local News
No arrests in Alvarado shooting death
The fatal shooting of an Alvarado man remains under investigation with no arrests having been made, Johnson County Sheriff Bob Alford said Monday afternoon.
CISD to host registration for pre-kindergarten, kindergarten
Cleburne ISD will conduct pre-kindergarten and kindergarten registration for the 2014-15 school year from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday at the Cleburne Conference Center.
22nd annual B&W Gala set for Saturday
For the sixth year in a row, the Omni Fort Worth Hotel will be the choice setting for the 22nd annual Black & White Gala on Saturday.
Hill College community event a success
People of all ages came out for a hands-on experience at the first “Let’s Get Technical” event at Hill College on Thursday.
July-August Community Life
The July-August Community Life magazine is available for online viewing. Click here to view.
- No arrests in Alvarado shooting death
Burleson Centennial junior linebacker Hunter Donnelly has received varying degrees of interest from nearly 30 collegiate programs. Playing in college has always been Donnelly’s goal since he was in elementary school.
Spartan LB receiving college interest heading into junior year
Burleson Centennial linebacker Hunter Donnelly enters his junior season for the Spartans with high expectations. He also knows he’ll be playing this season with plenty of scouts’ eyes on what he does.
- Lady Jacket youth camps showed potential for the future
- Burleson's Mann commits to OU
- Three Jackets named to TSWA Class 4A All-State Baseball Team
- Duo of Indians receive TSWA All-State baseball honors
- Spartan LB receiving college interest heading into junior year
Don Newbury: Observations, thoughts and scatter shots
Like a Mother Hubbard dress, the column is covering everything and touching nothing.
- Don Newbury: Two thumbs up for cruising from teens
- Don Newbury: Most is ‘right’ with the world
- Don Newbury: Flappables twisting in the wind
- United States: A nation big on words
- Don Newbury: Observations, thoughts and scatter shots
- Features / Living
Wilma Reed’s new collection includes some beauties, including one that captures the late actress Elizabeth Taylor’s glamour.
All dolled up
Wilma Reed’s doll was fine until her brother, an aspiring doctor, decided to operate on Old Gal.
“He thought she had a tumor,” Reed said. “He broke half her head off. After he he saw how her eyes worked, who cares? I drug her around with half her head gone.”
- Swinging for scholarships
- Artful endeavors
- A cut above
- Cleburne hunter responds to Facebook reactions
- All dolled up