During the Cleburne Rotary Club meeting on Thursday, Cleburne Children and Teen Librarian Susan Reyna announced that a $25,000 grant will allow staff to build a permanent section for a maker lab in a section of the library.
Almost two dozen of Johnson County’s nonprofit organizations are set up to receive donations today through the 10th annual North Texas Giving Day.
For Ron White of Dallas memorized more than 100 Cleburne Chamber of Commerce members he met for the first time at the quarterly luncheon on Wednesday.
The Cleburne community is mourning the loss of one of it’s biggest baseball fans. Ten-year-old Brody Nelson passed away this morning after a year and a half long battle with brain cancer.
Ken Byrd, an advisor with the Small Business Development Center, discussed how to start a small business with members of the Young Professionals of Cleburne on Wednesday.
The Cleburne Chamber of Commerce is hard at work on a new website and is looking to feature fun and original photos that highlight what makes Cleburne a great place to live, work and play.
HOLT Cat Cleburne received the 2019 Adopter of the Year award during Wednesday’s Cleburne Chamber of Commerce quarterly luncheon at the Cleburne Conference Center.
The Cleburne Chamber of Commerce will recognize Cleburne ISD’s 2019 Adopter of the Year during its quarterly luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Cleburne Conference Center. The lunch is sponsored by United Cooperative Services.
The Cleburne Times-Review recently published two magazines, the annual Cleburne This is Texas and 2018 Grandview Zebra Football State Champs, a commemorative magazine highlighting the Zebras’ state championship.
A Friday night crowded Cleburne Conference Center played host to the marking of the Cleburne Chamber of Commerce’s 100th anniversary and well wishes aplenty for chamber President Cathy Marchel.
From dazzling red gowns on the storefront mannequins at Brides and Beyond to a life size vintage Santa Claus at the Bus Depot, businesses around Cleburne’s downtown square are gearing up for Christmas.
Much of what gets addressed, let alone tackled, during the upcoming state legislative session hinges on who becomes the next speaker, state Rep. DeWayne Burns, R-Cleburne, said on Wednesday.
Gerard Elementary School fifth-grader Caroline Moulden and Smith Middle School sixth-grader Madi McClure will be among the entrepreneurs at Saturday’s Children’s Business Fair at the Cleburne Conference Center in conjunction with the Cleburne Chamber of Commerce’s Business Expo.
The Cleburne Chamber of Commerce will present its 20th annual Business Expo from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Cleburne Conference Center. Lone Star Autoplex is the presenting sponsor of the Expo again this year.
Cleburne ISD students will be performing on stage in the Cleburne Conference Center Theatre from 9:30-11 a.m. on Saturday in conjunction with the Cleburne Chamber of Commerce Business Expo.
Working in the automobile industry takes a lot of hard work, Classic Chevrolet Buick GMC of Cleburne Owner Mike Zorn, said and they want to recruit the best.
Cleburne’s annual holiday light and decoration display known as Whistle Stop Christmas may stage at downtown’s courthouse square in addition to Market Square this year.
Reception to U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin’s Wednesday speech at the Cleburne Conference Center largely depended upon attendee’s political affiliations.
U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, delivered the keynote at Wednesday’s Cleburne Chamber of Commerce quarterly luncheon but it was chamber President Cathy Marchel who proved to be the toast of the event.
Whistle Stop, Cleburne’s annual Cleburne Chamber of Commerce Christmas extravaganza, enters its 22nd year with a change of venue planned. The event for the first time will not stage at Hulen Park but rather at Market Square in downtown Cleburne.
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The 19th annual Cleburne Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament begins with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Friday at Cleburne Golf Links, 2501 Country Club Road.
First Financial Bank received the 2018 Adopter of the Year award on Wednesday during the Cleburne Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Cleburne Conference Center.
Some of Cleburne’s best examples of service and achievement were honored for their outstanding commitment to the community during the East Cleburne Community Center’s 31st Annual D.L. Barrett Awards Banquet and Silent Charity Auction held Saturday night at the Cleburne Conference Center.
Highlighting some of the successes of 2017, the Cleburne Chamber of Commerce honored several members for their outstanding service to the community at the Cleburne Conference Center on Thursday as the chamber hosted its 99th annual Community Awards Banquet.
Cleburne Chamber of Commerce President Cathy Marchel discussed Christmas activities, Hurricane Harvey and Cleburne in general during her Friday talk at the Pinnacle Club 50.
This Week's Circulars
Visitation: 6-8 p.m. Fri., May 14, at Rosser Funeral Home. Service: 2 p.m. Sat, May 15, at Sand Flat Baptist Church. Burial: Sand Flat Cemetery.
Larry W. Hancock, 87, of Covington passed away May 11, 2021 in Covington. Graveside: 10:00am, Friday, May 14, 2021 in Derden Cemetery, Hill County.
Visitation: 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, May 12, 2021, at Rosser Funeral Home. Graveside service: 11 a.m. Thursday, May 13, 2021 at George's Creek Cemetery.
Berta Owens Rhodes, 82, of Alvarado, passed away May 7, 2021 in Fort Worth. Graveside: 2:00pm, Wednesday, May 12, 2021 in Glenwood Cemetery, Alvarado.
- Cleburne woman killed in Rio Vista wreck
- Texas 171 lane closures begin Wednesday
- Rio Vista child drowns in pool
- Like father, like son; Tommy Engle carries on father’s pet care legacy
- Man fatally shot by police after opening fire
- Pedestrian struck and killed in Burleson
- Rio Vista edges Archer City, 2-1, for area championship
- Rio Vista sweeps Axtell for bi-district title
- Picnic in the Park celebrates 50 years
- Bosher named Johnson County Crime Stoppers board member