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Keep Texas Beautiful, a statewide grassroots environmental and community improvement non-profit organization, recently named Keep Cleburne Beautiful a Silver Star Affiliate, a designation granted to only 17 of KTB’s nearly 300 affiliates. Silver Star recognition is the second-highest status any community affiliate can achieve.

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My wife Ann and I have been so blessed to be part of the Southwestern Adventist University family. Within a few days of our arrival in 2014, we were warmly embraced by our University community and the wonderful people of Johnson County. 

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Members of the Cleburne Economic Development Foundation, King’s Daughters Hearts of Gold Circle, Tuesday Forum and other community members enjoyed a Thursday brunch courtesy of Cleburne High School culinary students while hearing information about Cleburne ISD’s proposed bond referendum.

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Cleburne is not under a boil water notice, Cleburne Mayor Scott Cain said Wednesday.

Cain sought to clarify and stop the spread of that and other weather-related rumors circulating social media.

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Editor’s note: The Times-Review submitted questions to each of the candidates in the Cleburne mayor race. Candidates were given 250 words to answer each question. Their answers appear as they were submitted in alphabetical order by the candidate’s last name.

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It won’t be the National Night Out celebration Cleburne residents have come to know and look forward to the past several years thanks to the lingering COVID-19 pandemic. But pandemic or no pandemic, National Night Out is on.

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Randy Hightower, founder of The Bread Connection, praised the members of Cleburne’s Greater Mt. Zion Baptist Church for their continued support of his organization and, more importantly, God’s mission.