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A Burleson takes advantage of school being closed by practicing snowboarding on Blazing Star Trail. View and upload your own reader photos on our SmugMug.
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South Africans mourn Nelson Mandela's death
South Africans flocked to the Johannesburg home of Nelson Mandela to mourn his death and pay tribute to a leader who led the nation out of racial discord by encouraging reconciliation.
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Downtown Cleburne is desolate this morning as county school districts, county and city offices are closed. Share your weather photos on our Facebook page or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
No Friday paper delivery
Due to inclement weather, the Friday Times-Review will not be delivered today. It is scheduled to be delivered Saturday by mail. However, it is available online through our e-edition. All front page stories in Friday's edition are posted online under the Homepage section of our website at www.cleburnetimesreview.com. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Still in shock after a 10:30 p.m. assembly at Joshua ISD’s Loflin Middle School, eighth-grade science teacher Christal Bookhamer said she walked slowly to the podium after hearing her name called to ensure she didn’t stumble.
Lady Jackets fall by 1 point vs No. 1 Class 3A team in the state
The Cleburne Lady Jackets went 1-1 on the first day of the Ennis Tournament with a blowout win over W.T. White and a close loss to La Vega.
- Jackets go 2-0 on 1st day of Whitney Tourney
- Jackets place 6 on all-district 1st team
- Crowley, Waco lead in all-district voting for 8-4A
- Lady Jackets improve to 7-2 with win over Nolan Catholic
- Lady Jackets fall by 1 point vs No. 1 Class 3A team in the state
Don Newbury: The courage of his conviction
Our citizens, in general, wait — too patiently, too quietly — for a big dose of indignation.
- Don Newbury: Don’t sell dogs short; most are family members
- Don Newbury: With a song in her heart
- Don Newbury: Let’s make this perfectly clear
- Don Newbury: Steering in the right direction
- Don Newbury: The courage of his conviction
- Features / Living
Charlotte Gorman, Cleburne Toastmasters Club vice president of membership, speaks at a recent meeting. The Toastmasters are celebrating 10 years in Cleburne this month.
Can you hear me now?
The Cleburne Toastmasters Club this month is celebrating a decade of helping people speak more clearly.
Toastmasters International was founded in 1924.
- Fort Wainwright military police prepare for Arctic winter temperatures
- Choose lighter fare this Thanksgiving
- Called to the cross
- Breaking down barriers
- Can you hear me now?
Jessica Hope Koonsman
Services for Jessica Hope Koonsman, 19, of Blum will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013, at Open Range Cowboy Church in Whitney. Dr. Gerald Dudley and Lay Pastor Brad Daniels will officiate. Burial will be in Blanton Cemetery.
- Steven Craig Humphries II
- Maurice ‘Moe’ Santomauro
- Jim Lindsey
- Allen Heath Jones
- Jessica Hope Koonsman