Cleburne Times-Review, Cleburne, TX


January 8, 2014

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Mark Zedler checks of the fueling apparatus at Cleburne Regional Airport daily. As he said, if something goes wrong, “There’s no place to pull over when you’re in the air.”

  • Fuel check

    April 22, 2014 1 Photo

  • ESD paramedic delivers baby on the side of the road

    Lt. Donny Hallmark has been a paramedic for about 10 years, and he’s seen more than one baby being born. But Tuesday morning was a first for the Johnson County Emergency Services District No. 1 firefighter when he helped deliver a baby by himself — in a car on the side of the road.

    April 22, 2014

  • _MG_0966.JPG Open carry advocates

    A handful of Second Amendment activists gathered on the courthouse square in Cleburne Saturday afternoon for an open carry rally, advocating for Texans’ right to openly carry a handgun.

    April 22, 2014 2 Photos

  • IMG_5065.JPG King’s Daughters create dresses for girls around the world

    Somewhere in the world a girl will be wearing a dress made by someone in Cleburne.

    April 22, 2014 2 Photos

  • IMG_1752.JPG Cook case concludes

    Barring unforeseen snags, the case involving Cleburne residents David and Angel Cook appears headed toward conclusion. The couple and representatives from the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services agreed to a mediated settlement Monday morning in the 413th District Court, which eliminates the need for a jury trial to determine custody of the couples’ seven children.

    April 22, 2014 1 Photo

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Grandview sophomore pitcher Devin Crawford improved to 4-0 on the season after helping the Zebras to a 10-0 district-clinching win in six innings over Maypearl on Tuesday night.

Features / Living

Things have changed since former Times-Review Publisher William Rawland pulled up beside the newspaper’s building on Anglin Street, but Corvettes like the one he’s driving still get envious looks. Identifying the year model for Rawland’s car is tough — 1953-55 models shared a common fiberglass body. If it’s a ’55, the car could have come with Corvette’s first V-8 engine. A six-cylinder powerplant was the sole option in earlier years. Regardless of which it is, the car would have been a rarity, even when new. Chevrolet made fewer than 5,000 ’vettes in the ’53 through ’55 model years.

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