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Nashville Lights will hold an open mic audition for its next show at 7-9 p.m. Aug. 6 at Plaza Theatre’s Dudley Hall, 305 S. Anglin St.
Cleburne Fire Chief Scott Lail and resident Peter Svendsen dubbed the city’s HOPE Program a success during Tuesday’s Cleburne City Council meeting.
Christmas in Action’s Community Volunteer Day returns for the 20th year running on April 6 and volunteers, as well as sponsors, are needed.
In what Mayor Scott Cain called perhaps the most sweeping step forward toward fostering responsible growth and community quality of life, the Cleburne City Council adopted the International Property Maintenance Code during their Tuesday meeting in addition to other ordinances addressing housing and property.
From residential to rental to commercial, the city’s consideration to adopt the International Property Maintenance Code will affect all Cleburne properties.
Toes were tapping and records breaking at Thursday night’s annual Nashville Lights.
Seven competed Tuesday night. One walked away with the coveted opening slot for this year’s Nashville Light’s concert.
“This man has talent,” reads the opening line of a 1968 advertisement run in English music publications for the Beatles’ then new Apple Records label. The ad encouraged aspiring musicians to submit tapes to Apple in hopes of procuring a record deal.