The January/February 2013 edition of Community Life Magazine is available for viewing.
- Local News
Misty Street, left, said she and her father, Phil Street, are “just taking it day by day” as they work to salvage what they can from the wreckage of their trailer home at Westlake Mobile Home Park.
Down, not out
“I just want people to know we are here,” Renee Self said Tuesday morning, almost a week after an EF-3 tornado ripped through the Westlake Mobile Home Park where she lives on Farm-to-Market Road 1434 outside Cleburne.
Where to get the best deal on beer, haircuts, movies
Looking for a good deal on a six-pack of beer? Try Charlotte. A haircut that won't burn a hole in your wallet? Harlingen, Texas, is your best bet. A trip to the movies? Hilo, Hawaii, is supposed to be nice this time of year.
- Kauffman receives plaque
Rotary club giving Harley-Davidson away Friday
The Cleburne Rotary Club will conduct its third annual Rotary’s Ragin’ Roundup fundraiser and community celebration from 5-8 p.m. Friday at the Cleburne Conference Center at 1501 W. Henderson St.
Randy Rogers planning tornado benefit
Country singer and Cleburne native Randy Rogers plans to hold a concert to benefit victims of last week’s tornadoes, which substantially damaged several Cleburne and Johnson County neighborhoods, Cleburne resident Peter Svendsen said.
- Down, not out
Zebras face No. 1 ranked Mustangs in regional semis
Grandview faces the No. 1 ranked Hughes Springs Mustangs in the Class 2A regional semifinals starting Thursday in Tyler.
- Grandview leads all-district softball selections
- Yellow Jacket to continue soccer career in West Virginia
- Godley senior becomes first tennis player to sign with college program
- Indians fall to Stephenville in regional quarters
- Zebras face No. 1 ranked Mustangs in regional semis
Don Newbury: Life was simpler back then in Keene, Texas
Keene, Texas, isn’t today — nor was it ever — Mayberry, RFD. With a few decades peeled back, however, history suggests there were some parallels. Keene “town characters” also wound up in unlikely “fixes” of their own making.
- Don Newbury: This time bathroom actually ‘pays’ off
- Don Newbury: Teachers and Ides of March
- Don Newbury: Bring back the layaway plan?
- Don Newbury: Well, shut my mouth
- Don Newbury: Life was simpler back then in Keene, Texas
- Features / Living
Dr. Ken Crawford, center, a Cleburne High School graduate, was awarded the Order of Civil Merit Dongbaek Medal on Monday in Norman, Okla. Dr. Il-soo Lee, right, administrator of the Korea Meteorological Administration, presented the award. Also pictured is Berrien Moore III, director of the National Weather Center and dean of the University of Oklahoma College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences.