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- Local News
Cleburne Mayor Scott Cain, congratulates Cleburne High School alumnus Carol Cook. Cain proclaimed Sept. 20 as CHS House System Reunion Day.
Cleburne City Council videos to begin soon
Residents will soon be able to watch video of Cleburne City Council meetings.
Alvarado man arrested for indecency with child
Johnson County Sheriff’s Office detectives arrested an Alvarado man on Monday on a charge of indecency with a child by sexual contact.
Thieves decide mailboxes should be returned to sender
Cleburne police responded to 17 reports of stolen mailboxes on Monday and Tuesday night. Some were wrenched free while others were removed with their poles intact.
Kings, swings bound for city music venues
Area music fans eager for a knees-up hootenanny have a choice between the king of rock ‘n’ roll, the swinging rhythms of old-time country or both this weekend.
Your chocolate addiction is only going to get more expensive
For nearly two years, cocoa prices have been on the rise. Finally, that's affecting the price you pay for a bar of chocolate - and there's reason to believe it's only the beginning.
- Cleburne City Council videos to begin soon
Cleburne junior pitcher Dylan Schneider received second-team honors on the TSWA Class 4A All-State Baseball Team.
Three Jackets named to TSWA Class 4A All-State Baseball Team
Three Cleburne Yellow Jackets received recognition on the Texas Sports Writers Association/Collin Street Bakery Class 4A All-State Baseball Team, released Wednesday.
- Duo of Indians receive TSWA All-State baseball honors
- No midnight run for Lady Jacket volleyball
- Zebras place 6 on TSWA all-state baseball team
- Practice starts Aug. 4 as Cleburne gears up for year No. 3 under Merket
- Three Jackets named to TSWA Class 4A All-State Baseball Team
Don Newbury: Observations, thoughts and scatter shots
Like a Mother Hubbard dress, the column is covering everything and touching nothing.
- Don Newbury: Two thumbs up for cruising from teens
- Don Newbury: Most is ‘right’ with the world
- Don Newbury: Flappables twisting in the wind
- United States: A nation big on words
- Don Newbury: Observations, thoughts and scatter shots
- Features / Living
New University of Texas Longhorns who attended the Longhorn Send-Off hosted by Texas Exes Johnson County Chapter included, from left, Nick Redman of Alvarado and Rachel Rugeley, Caitland Campbell and Chandler Forsythe, all of Cleburne.
Swinging for scholarships
In a county full of Aggie love there is a group of Longhorn lovers giving scholarships to future University of Texas students.
The Texas Exes Johnson County Chapter is part of the University of Texas Alumni Association. The Johnson County chapter has met officially for the past 10 years. The organization has several missions which include alumni engagement, communicating UT values and advocacy of the university. But, the Johnson County chapter has decided to focus their attention more on community service and, most importantly, supporting education.
- Artful endeavors
- A cut above
- Cleburne hunter responds to Facebook reactions
- She’s going to Disney World
- Swinging for scholarships