From left, Salvation Army staff members Richard Sharp, Director Elizabeth Aranguren and Deborah Clark organize the toys, candy and pre-filled Easter baskets donated by Cleburne High School Beta Club and Key Club members. The Easter baskets will be distributed to children served by the Salvation Army and given to those who attend Sunday church services held at the Salvation Army’s Cleburne headquarters.
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Police chief all wet
Cleburne Police Chief Robert Severance thought Wednesday morning’s festivities in front of Cleburne City Hall would be restricted to ice cubes.
Library earns employee of the quarter honors
Amanda Goshey’s customer service made her a shoo-in for the Burleson’s second Employee of the Quarter award. The award encompassed nominations from parks, recreation, golf, and the library. Goshey is a reference public services librarian at the Burleson Public Library.
Chesapeake royalty owners lawyer up
An estimated 180 people turned out on Tuesday evening to hear a Fort Worth attorney tell them how to win back royalties he said Chesapeake Energy Corp. has improperly withheld.
Cleburne City Council videos to begin soon
Residents will soon be able to watch video of Cleburne City Council meetings.
Alvarado man arrested for indecency with child
Johnson County Sheriff’s Office detectives arrested an Alvarado man on Monday on a charge of indecency with a child by sexual contact.
Thieves decide mailboxes should be returned to sender
Cleburne police responded to 17 reports of stolen mailboxes on Monday and Tuesday night. Some were wrenched free while others were removed with their poles intact.
Kings, swings bound for city music venues
Area music fans eager for a knees-up hootenanny have a choice between the king of rock ‘n’ roll, the swinging rhythms of old-time country or both this weekend.
Your chocolate addiction is only going to get more expensive
For nearly two years, cocoa prices have been on the rise. Finally, that's affecting the price you pay for a bar of chocolate - and there's reason to believe it's only the beginning.
School districts: Technology motivates students
As technology advances, school districts remain on the cutting edge to give students all they need to be successful in the future. However, some college professors are having trouble engaging students in the classroom with lectures when they’re using their laptops or tablets to surf the web, according to a Washington Post article.
A resting place
There’s no gravestone for Staff Sgt. Bryan Burgess in the city where he was born and raised.
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