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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Court proposes $5K raise for JPs
Johnson County commissioner provisionally proposed a $5,000 raise for the county’s justice of the peace judges during Wednesday’s budget workshop.
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Relay For Life raises more than $100,000
Although donations have decreased, Relay For Life of Johnson County still comes out on top.
Four people bagged in drug bust
Police arrested three Cleburne residents on drug charges on Tuesday.
THR holding summer camp for diabetes prevention
For the first time Texas Health Resources is conducting a camp for children.
JP judges request raises for staff, selves
All four Johnson County justice of the peace judges appeared before the commissioners court on Tuesday afternoon requesting raises for themselves and their clerks in the new budget year, which begins Oct. 1.
Burleson ISD trustees name new high school principal
At Monday’s school board meeting, the Burleson ISD board of trustees named Wayne Leek the new principal at Burleson High School.
Seeing stars: Joshua teen attends Space Camp
Most of us have to rely on theme-park rides to feel what a rocket ride is like.
Investigation into shooting death continues
Investigation into Monday’s shooting death of an Alvarado man continues, Johnson County Sheriff Bob Alford said on Tuesday morning.
The ’48 Cleburne gator grab
Three Cleburne boys made news earlier this month after they dragged an alligator from Buffalo Creek.
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