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- Local News
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.
- Miller resigns as CISD super after 3 years
Cleburne’s Al Baylor (10) and Marc Murillo (34) were voted the 8-4A all-district first team. Joining Baylor and Murillo in all-district voting for Cleburne were Bre Miller, Ryan Kirk and Reed Donaldson, who received second-team honors.
Jackets place 5 on all-district teams
The District 8-4A champion Everman Bulldogs led the way in all-district voting with seven total players selected, including three superlative awards.
The selections in District 8-4A were competitive and deep as the district was one of the top in Class 4A this season, evidenced by Everman, Crowley and Waco all advancing to the regional quarterfinals.
- Jackets head to Western Hills for final tournament
- A quick glance at how special the Lady Jackets' run was
- Lady Jackets beat University, 6-5, in walk-off fashion
- Three Lady Jacket lifters qualify for state
- Jackets place 5 on all-district teams
- Features / Living
Cleburne novelist Burt Northcutt is hoping the third time will be the charm. His book, “The Lenora Assignment” was recently published and he hopes Hollywood will come calling.
Blowing novelist Grey Stone’s cover
By page three, the hero of “The Lenora Assignment” has received the Congressional Medal of Honor, accepted a secret mission from the U.S. attorney general and rescued a ship full of child prostitutes.
- As I write this letter
- We loved them Yeah Yeah Yeah
- Fossil Rim promotes education for a younger generation
- Cleburne artist whittles his life away
- Blowing novelist Grey Stone’s cover
James Lloyd Fuller
CORSICANA — James Lloyd Fuller, 95, entered into his heavenly home Tuesday, March 4, 2014. He was born March 29, 1918, in Blooming Grove, Texas, the son of Claude Lee and Carrie Nellie Fuller. He lived in Blooming Grove nearly all of his life.
- Franklin Lewis Green
- Jon David Yoes
- Marie Owens
- Maria Sanchez Gonzalez
- James Lloyd Fuller