Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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A local youth clogging group known as the Fab Five recently brought home a prestigious award from the Star Quest World’s Dance  Competition in Galveston. Dancing together for the last three years, Madison Burk, Sutton Finney, Landry Cockrell, Sydney Finney and Dacey Dietiker also... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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By Simone Wichers-Voss Bosque County employees can carry over up to two years of vacation days into a following year, with a maximum of 240 hours. This is proving  a problem when an employee’s contract is terminated or they decide to leave on their own accord. The issue was... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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By Simone Wichers-Voss Seconds before Meridian Police Officer Tabetha Harrison got broad-sided on the driver’s side along Highway 6 by a southbound one-ton Chevy Dually pick up truck hauling a trailer, she called in her response to an assistance request to the Clifton Police... + continue reading
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By Brett Voss After qualifying for the Texas high school football playoffs for the first time in since 2005 last season, the Clifton Cubs want to do it again -- without the wait. And after experiencing the thrill of postseason victory for the  first time since 1994, the Cubs want... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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By Simone Wichers-Voss Bosque County employees can carry over up to two years of vacation days into a following year, with a maximum of 240 hours. This is proving a problem when an employee’s contract is terminated or they decide to leave on their own accord. The issue was... + continue reading

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07/29/2015
Sponsored by the Goodall-Witcher Healthcare Auxiliary, Carter BloodCare will hold a blood drive in Clifton on Tuesday, Aug. 4, from noon to 6 p.m. at the Clifton Civic Center.  This August, Carter BloodCare and Fox Sports Southwest are teaming up to give Carter BloodCare donors the chance... + continue reading
07/29/2015
By Simone Wichers-Voss Dwindling membership and high maintenance costs during the past drought years caused the local nine-hole Bosque Valley golf course to make serious cut back. The Golf Course Board also decided to approach the Meridian Economic Development Corporation, the Clifton... + continue reading

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07/29/2015
By Simone Wichers-Voss Bosque County employees can carry over up to two years of vacation days into a following year, with a maximum of 240 hours. This is proving  a problem when an employee’s contract is terminated or they decide to leave on their own accord. The issue was... + continue reading
07/29/2015
A local youth clogging group known as the Fab Five recently brought home a prestigious award from the Star Quest World’s Dance  Competition in Galveston. Dancing together for the last three years, Madison Burk, Sutton Finney, Landry Cockrell, Sydney Finney and Dacey Dietiker also... + continue reading
07/22/2015
By Carol Spicer In an effort to keep all the young athletes in Bosque County Schools safe, each year Clifton Medical Clinic offers free University Interscholastic League physicals to student athletes.  The first of the two evening sessions took place on Thursday evening with... + continue reading
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The 14U Clifton Cubs baseball team sponsored by Albrecht’s, traveled to Harker Heights this past week to represent District 8 in the Texas Teenage Baseball Association State Tournament. The... + continue reading

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By Bartee Haile With no more buffalo left to slaughter, the last of the High Plains hunters, as shaggy as the beasts they once  stalked, departed the Panhandle on Jul. 23, 1879. The wild... + continue reading

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By Carol Spicer David Bevels, president of the Bosque County Farm Bureau, spoke at a recent Bosque County Rotary Club meeting about the benefits and work of the Farm Bureau.  When... + continue reading