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Food trucks rolling into Cleburne
There will be an eclectic mix of music, art and food trucks at Market Square in downtown Cleburne on Saturday in support of the Golden Pride Band.
Educators gain experience with mental health
Educators and juvenile probation officers recently spent a day learning about mental health to better assist young people.
Pair of Cleburne girls crowned queens
Two girls from Cleburne have been crowned Texas state queens and will compete at nationals.
Group donates to injured JCSO deputy
Johnson County Deputy Wayne “Butch” Nowell last week became the first law enforcement officer to benefit from the efforts of a new nonprofit organization created to help seriously injured law enforcement officers and their families. Nowell was injured in an on-duty accident late last November.
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Court approves additional costs for CASA radar
Johnson County commissioners on Monday approved an additional $5,300 toward the installation of the Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere weather radar unit allocated to the county by the North Central Texas Council of Governments.
Hughes speaking at Holy Week services
Cleburne High School students will lead Thursday’s community Holy Week service, with senior Gavin Hughes presenting the morning message.
Concert, BBQ dinner to benefit Cleburne girl
Cleburne resident Emily Ball, 12, spends eight hours a day on dialysis suffering renal failure while she awaits a kidney transplant.
CISD hires investigator; report finds no wrongdoing
An outside investigator determined that Cleburne ISD Board President Brent Easdon did nothing wrong despite accusations from a Cleburne resident, who is now running for a position on the CISD board.
Harmon to lead Wednesday Holy Week service
Denise Harmon, a self-described “wife, mother, mentor, public speaker, vessel for heart change, servant-leader and a beloved daughter of God,” will be the featured lay speaker at Wednesday’s Holy Week service, which will begin at 7 a.m. in the Cleburne Conference Center.
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