Johnson County commissioners approved County Judge Roger Harmon’s request to solicit qualifications from architects for a county 9-1-1 dispatch call center. Commissioners stressed, however, that the project is simply a proposal at this point.
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The House approved a sweeping pandemic relief package over Republican opposition on Wednesday, sending it to President Joe Biden to be signed into law. The milestone political victory would provide $1,400 checks for most Americans and direct billions of dollars to schools, state and local governments, and businesses.
Last week’s winter storms wreaked havoc on communities across Texas. To make the most of your contributions, consider these tips for donating and volunteering responsibly.
Holiday spending always gets the best of me. The gifts, the food, the Christmas tree and decorations — sandwiched between two monthly rent payments — siphon money from my bank account. Every year I feel the sticker shock, briefly tuck my tail between my legs, then carry on like it never happened.
Downtown Cleburne’s Songbird Live has been silent since Oct. 11 when a coterie of cowboy poets and musicians took to the stage for a night of western swing.
Late money is pouring into MJ Hegar’s campaign for the U.S. Senate, and The Texas Tribune’s Patrick Svitek reported this week that the Democrat has jumped ahead of Republican incumbent John Cornyn in money raised, money on hand and — this is the important bit — advertising presence.
A recent Friday found Murphey set up on the sidewalk in front of the Daily Special Cafe in Alvarado — Murphey’s picture hangs inside the restaurant — collecting donations for homeless veterans and cancer research.