Cleburne High School advanced placement art student Erica Bonham looks over her positive/negative portrait of Taylor Swift. Images of country music legends — old and new — created by CHS art students will be on display at tonight’s Night at the Bluebird event sponsored by the Cleburne Education Foundation.
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House passes extension of ban on plastic guns as NRA remains mum
The Republican-led House passed a bill Tuesday renewing a U.S. ban on plastic guns, just days before the 1988 law is set to lapse.
Cleveland-Williams Home serves as bed and breakfast
The hospitality of days gone by is still the feeling conveyed by the Cleveland-Williams Home, 808 S. Anglin St.
Ammunition, vests stolen from CPD building
A city building used by the Cleburne Police Department was burglarized between the nighttime hours of Monday and Tuesday, police report.
‘Nine Lessons and Carols’ Saturday at Holy Comforter
A festival of “Nine Lessons and Carols” will be offered at Holy Comforter Church during Save Old Cleburne’s Candlewalk Tour of Homes.
Broyles Home ties history to modern
The general feel of the Broyles Home, 801 Prairie Ave., is one of tradition, elegance and a tie to history that brings the traditions of the colonial past into play in a modern lifestyle.
Task Force, JCSO recover stolen vehicles
Officers with the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office and the Tri-Counties Theft Task Force on Monday arrested Jeffrey Paul Myrow, 27, of Alvarado, on two charges of property theft.
Burleson to explore options for water service
The Burleson City Council on Monday instructed city staff to start exploring water service and supply options for the future, after more than an hour of discussion centering on city utility costs. Those options, council members said, should include the possibility of Burleson building its own water treatment plant.
STOP, Texas Ranger arrest DPS trooper on drug charges
A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper has been arrested in connection with an ongoing narcotics investigation, said Adam King, commander of the Stop the Offender Program Special Crimes Unit.
Cleburne man killed in industrial accident
A 45-year-old Cleburne man has died following a Tuesday accident at KWS Manufacturing Company Ltd. near Burleson. The man has been identified as Guillermo Medina by the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s office. No manner or cause of death has been listed yet on the site.
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