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Joshua woman killed in traffic accident
A pregnant woman, 19, died Friday morning at a Fort Worth hospital following a Thursday traffic accident.
Construction delayed at Keene Elementary School
Construction of Wanda R. Smith High School in Keene is almost finished, but the job at Keene Elementary School might not complete until late November.
Immigration hot topic at Cleburne Lions Club
Illegal immigration was the topic of Wednesday’s weekly luncheon of the Cleburne Lions Club. DeWayne Burns, Republican candidate for the state representative District 58 seat, spoke at the meeting.
Burleson Centennial hires new principal
Mansfield ISD has lost two of its top officials to Johnson County. Mansfield’s Summit High School Principal Jimmy Neal has been named the Burleson Centennial High School principal.
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.
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