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Larue Barnes: Running God’s race
John Hall watches the sun rise every morning. The earth’s horizon begins to bounce as his running shoes slap out their rhythm on Cleburne’s streets. Back home after eight miles, he’s ready to start his day as a pastor.
Burleson teen takes chance with fame
The next music sensation might be growing up in the same hallways as “American Idol” season one winner Kelly Clarkson.
Barnesville in Johnson County
Sometimes as one drives around the county or looks at old maps you can notice there once must have been something there. I have noticed there was once a school by the name of Barnesville. This was located between Alvarado and Grandview.
Are we ready?
Tornadoes are as much a part of spring as bluebonnets in North Texas, and the coming month is the season’s peak.
The art and soul of dentistry
I sat in the conference room at Long Family Dental to ask questions. I saw high tech equipment, on-site facilities to create crowns, implants, dentures, veneers. As I studied faces across the table, I sensed something unknown in their work environment. Something there was different.
Dig it: all the dirt
There’s one sure cure for spring fever: the Johnson County Master Gardeners annual plant sale, slated for Saturday.
Randolph Garner: Springtime at the trail
Spring has certainly arrived in the past couple of weeks. Spring break for students has passed. The Chisholm Trail Outdoor Museum had more than 100 visitors a day for at least four days, in addition to having school for one day. The weather has just been incredible.
Celebrating 70 years
When Joshua resident AJ Lambert thinks of his wife, Marie, his eyes twinkle. A warm smile envelops the 89-year-old’s face as he talks about her sense of humor, their many cross-county travels, hunting, fishing and their marriage which has stood the test of time.
Larue Barnes: Eddie Williams of Cleburne becomes DASH
I met Eddie Williams in 2006, soon after he graduated from Cleburne High School. He and his friend, Tim Fuller, were planning to perform at the Apollo Theater in New York — they were young, vulnerable, filled with hope.
There’s a population explosion in Adam Crotts’ Painted Desert Sheep flock in Joshua.
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