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Sunday paper delayed to Monday
The Sunday Times-Review, originally scheduled to be delivered by late this afternoon, will not be delivered until Monday due to the inclement weather. Sunday editions will also be available in the store racks throughout the day Monday. The Friday edition will be mailed out Monday, along with the Sunday edition. Our Friday and Sunday e-editions can still be viewed on our website, www.cleburnetimesreview.com. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Polish city vice mayor visits Cleburne
Dressed in a uniform bedecked with medals, Jozef Zawadzki, the vice mayor of the Polish city of Katowice, paid a visit to Cleburne City Hall in an outreach of friendship on Wednesday.
Basham files for Pct. 4 commish position
Grandview businessman Bart Basham, 46, this week became the fifth person to file to run for commissioner of Johnson County’s Precinct 4. All five candidates have filed as Republicans.
TEA releases Texas performance reports
Cleburne ISD’s academic record in the 2012-13 school year, in which all campuses and the district achieved the highest ranking of “Met Standard” is among the data included in the Texas Academic Performance Report released Thursday.
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South Africans mourn Nelson Mandela's death
South Africans flocked to the Johannesburg home of Nelson Mandela to mourn his death and pay tribute to a leader who led the nation out of racial discord by encouraging reconciliation.
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Downtown Cleburne is desolate this morning as county school districts, county and city offices are closed. Share your weather photos on our Facebook page or email them to email@example.com.
No Friday paper delivery
Due to inclement weather, the Friday Times-Review will not be delivered today. It is scheduled to be delivered Saturday by mail. However, it is available online through our e-edition. All front page stories in Friday's edition are posted online under the Homepage section of our website at www.cleburnetimesreview.com. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Still in shock after a 10:30 p.m. assembly at Joshua ISD’s Loflin Middle School, eighth-grade science teacher Christal Bookhamer said she walked slowly to the podium after hearing her name called to ensure she didn’t stumble.
THC staff incorporates donations into decorations
While planning Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne’s float for tonight’s annual Festival of Lights Christmas Parade, the designing committee decided to include a Christmas tree, and to cover empty boxes in holiday wrapping paper and put them under the tree.
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