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Sunday paper delayed to Monday
The Sunday Times-Review, originally scheduled to be delivered by late this afternoon, will not be delivered until Monday due to the inclement weather. Sunday editions will also be available in the store racks throughout the day Monday. The Friday edition will be mailed out Monday, along with the Sunday edition. Our Friday and Sunday e-editions can still be viewed on our website, www.cleburnetimesreview.com. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Polish city vice mayor visits Cleburne
Dressed in a uniform bedecked with medals, Jozef Zawadzki, the vice mayor of the Polish city of Katowice, paid a visit to Cleburne City Hall in an outreach of friendship on Wednesday.
Basham files for Pct. 4 commish position
Grandview businessman Bart Basham, 46, this week became the fifth person to file to run for commissioner of Johnson County’s Precinct 4. All five candidates have filed as Republicans.
TEA releases Texas performance reports
Cleburne ISD’s academic record in the 2012-13 school year, in which all campuses and the district achieved the highest ranking of “Met Standard” is among the data included in the Texas Academic Performance Report released Thursday.
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Cleburne freshman Akarian Morgan (20) has been one of the Lady Jackets’ leading scorers throughout the first 11 games.
Lady Jackets open district play Tuesday with high hopes
After surprising everybody last year and ending the season in second place in District 8-4A, the No. 23-ranked Cleburne Lady Jackets won’t be surprising anybody this time around when district play starts Tuesday.
- Former Jacket Coward reflects on freshman season with MSU
- Lady Jackets fall by 1 point vs No. 1 Class 3A team in the state
- Jackets go 2-0 on 1st day of Whitney Tourney
- Jackets place 6 on all-district 1st team
- Lady Jackets open district play Tuesday with high hopes
Don Newbury: The courage of his conviction
Our citizens, in general, wait — too patiently, too quietly — for a big dose of indignation.
- Don Newbury: Don’t sell dogs short; most are family members
- Don Newbury: With a song in her heart
- Don Newbury: Let’s make this perfectly clear
- Don Newbury: Steering in the right direction
- Don Newbury: The courage of his conviction
- Features / Living
Charlotte Gorman, Cleburne Toastmasters Club vice president of membership, speaks at a recent meeting. The Toastmasters are celebrating 10 years in Cleburne this month.
Can you hear me now?
The Cleburne Toastmasters Club this month is celebrating a decade of helping people speak more clearly.
Toastmasters International was founded in 1924.
- Fort Wainwright military police prepare for Arctic winter temperatures
- Choose lighter fare this Thanksgiving
- Called to the cross
- Breaking down barriers
- Can you hear me now?