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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.
Cleburne native’s trip to the Oscars
When most people around the world hear the phrase “The Oscars,” several things come to mind. Movie stars, lavish parties and of course tuning in to see who will win on the big night.
Reminiscing about Market Square, Buffalo Creek
The Market Square in Cleburne is well on its way to final completion. The county has put a lot of time effort and money into the project, which seemed a long time coming.
Burleson girl sees need through young eyes
“If you have dry socks on your feet, you’ll have a better day,” 8-year-old Alyse Kirkpatrick said.
Kirkpatrick, who came up with the campaign “Socks All Around” as part of her volunteerism in pageants, said she finds joy in helping others — giving socks to those who don’t have any. It’s not just a chore.
Kenneth Rives may well have the coolest vintage Mustang in Johnson County. Not that it’s the fastest or cost the most. It’s just that his Mustang has two wheels, not four.
Thoughts from Wardville
Can you believe it is the year 2013? When you get my age, it seems like just last week we were all talking about a computer meltdown with the year 2000. The terror of 9/11 was over a decade ago.
60 years and counting
It may not have been love at first sight, but, then, Pearl Milner and Kenneth Bransom found each other soon enough.
Special K cracker chips and pencils in hand, the kids in the Santa Fe Elementary School library take a swing at writing about what they remember of kindergarten.
Larue Barnes: Beauty from within
Patricia Johnson, owner of Patricia Johnson Interiors at 115 S. Main St. in Cleburne, has been designing residential and commercial interiors for 40 years. Although certified, she said she learned the most outside formal training.
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