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Miller resigns as CISD super after 3 years
Cleburne ISD Superintendent Tim Miller announced his resignation from the district at the board of trustees special called meeting Wednesday. Miller’s resignation is effective June 30.
City comprehensive plan almost ready for council
Residents received an early peek at the Cleburne comprehensive plan Monday night and a final chance to add input.
McClure: Early poll numbers built up confidence
When asked if he’s surprised by his margin of victory in the Johnson County Court at Law No. 2 race Tuesday night, Steve McClure said he’s not sure.
CISD super allegedly resigns
Cleburne ISD Superintendent Tim Miller reportedly resigned at last night's board meeting.
Man lives, house totaled in gas-fueled fireball
A man who apparently left a propane bottle near a fireplace escaped but was badly burned after flames destroyed his house on Tuesday night.
Marti honored at Boy Scout annual breakfast
Boy Scouts of America Sante Fe District honored George Marti at this year’s annual Friends of Scouting Breakfast on Tuesday.
Man burned in house fire
A 68-year-old man received second and third-degree burns in a Tuesday night house fire. A helicopter transported Patrick Lawrence to Parkland Memorial Hospital. Details of his condition have not been released.
Harmon wins re-election as county judge
Johnson County Judge Roger Harmon won a sixth term outright in Tuesday’s Johnson County Republican Party Primary, outpacing his two opponents’ combined vote total by 138 ballots.
Eby, Burns headed to runoff for state rep
Tuesday’s Republican Primary narrowed the District 58 state representative race from four to two. Johnson County resident DeWayne Burns and Bosque County resident Philip Eby will now face one another in the May 27 runoff. The winner faces Democratic candidate Greg Kauffman in November’s general election.
Woolley, Basham lead way in Precinct 4 contest
Grandview businessmen Larry Woolley and Bart Basham are headed to a runoff to replace incumbent Don Beeson as Johnson County’s Precinct 4 commissioner. The two easily outpaced the other three candidates in the Republican Primary race on Tuesday, and the winner of the May 27 runoff will face no Democratic opposition in November.
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