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2 injured in Friday wreck
Ambulances transported two people to area hospitals following a single-vehicle accident on Friday.
Cogdill duped, defense attorney argues
Evidence will show that Nico Cogdill did not kill Richard “Ricky” Eugene Warren and was lured to Warren’s home under false pretenses, Cogdill’s defense attorney Patrick Barkman said during Tuesday’s opening arguments in the 18th District Court.
CISD trustees discuss 2013-14 budget
Cleburne ISD trustees sat down for a budget workshop on Monday to discuss funding and expenses for next school year.
Speakers support Cochran at meeting
Several people spoke in support of Joshua High School Principal Mick Cochran Monday at Joshua ISD’s board of trustees meeting.
Johnson County Democrats relocate headquarters to KLA
Johnson County Democratic Party officials recently moved their headquarters from West Henderson Street to the Kauffman Leadership Academy Building, formerly the old Irving Elementary School, at 1108 N. Anglin St., a move officials said affords the party several advantages.
- 2 injured in Friday wreck
Quarterback Daniel Richardson threw for five touchdowns in two games.
Jackets go 2-0 in 7-on-7 league
Cleburne went 2-0 in 7-on-7 action on Tuesday night at Nolan Catholic High School with wins over North Side and Everman.
The Yellow Jackets opened 7-on-7 play last week with two losses to Springtown and Celina, but rebounded with a pair of impressive wins in week 2.
- Texas Football magazine predicts 4 playoff-bound teams from Johnson County
- Elite talent abound in All-County softball superlative selections
- Centennial, Grandview lead All-County teams
- Cleburne football, girls basketball camps ended Thursday
- Jackets go 2-0 in 7-on-7 league
Don Newbury: Go ahead and name something
Worthy cause enthusiasts postpone sleep until wee hours — sometimes beyond — trying to come up with names for days, weeks or months that might reap the highest order of recognition. Such names — or slogans — or other IDs — typically result in folks opening checkbooks to extend financial support.
- Don Newbury: Dr. O.C. ‘Mike’ Taylor a champion for children
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- Don Newbury: Teachers and Ides of March
- Don Newbury: Go ahead and name something
- Features / Living
Tina Bradley is still making new mental connections after her stroke, but she has a lot to smile about: learning to read again; buying a pair of jeans; the taste of an orange.