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Firefighter commended for going above and beyond
Cleburne Fire Chief Clint Ishmael said firefighter Ryan Stewart’s actions during a Dec. 9 traffic accident represent a commitment and dedication to the residents of Cleburne whether he’s on or off duty.
VIDEO: Husband accidentally sells wife's wedding ring at garage sale
A husband who accidentally sold his wife's wedding ring at a garage sale is hoping the person who bought will bring it back.
Witness helps police catch thieves
Witness information helped Cleburne police arrest four Alvarado men on June 7.
Randy Rogers Band Concert for Cleburne tickets on sale
Tickets to the July 12 Randy Rogers Band Concert for Cleburne are now on sale at a cost of $25 for adults and $10 for children 12 and younger. The show is general admission.
- Elks Lodge donates to MOW
Joshua police seek park vandalist
Joshua police are looking for a man who has allegedly caused a felony amount of damage to the restrooms at Joshua City Park.
JCSO deputies arrest man after standoff
Deputies with the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday arrested a man wanted on a felony warrant following a stand-off that lasted more than two hours.
JHS’ Reimer speaks out against school district
Joshua High School valedictorian Remington Reimer had remained silent about his microphone being cut off during his speech at the school’s graduation on June 6. But on Thursday, he spoke out about the incident, giving his side of the story.
History abundant at Kauffman
The structure that houses Kauffman Leadership Academy was recently designated a historic landmark by the Johnson County Historical Commission.
City to apply for disaster relief grant
Cleburne officials soon plan to apply for a Texas Community Development Block Grant Program for Disaster Relief Funds in hopes of offsetting city costs associated with last month’s tornadoes.
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