News

Exit polls across the nation named health care the most important issue bringing voters to the polls. And nowhere in Texas was that more true than Bosque County.

Songwriters weave stories between the notes and the rhythms of their songs; stories of heartache and loss, of love and beauty.

The Meridian Economic Development Corporation is funded by a percentage of the city sales tax and as such falls under the Meridian City Council.

Sports

Competing at the Class 2A Cross Country State Championship meet held in Round Rock last Saturday, the Meridian Lady Jackets made their presence known.

Coming out of an open week to wrap up the Texas high school football regular season, the Class 3A, Division II’s fifth-ranked Clifton Cubs still have plenty of goals to accomplish before heading in

Competing in the Class 3A Cross Country State Championship meet last Saturday, Clifton’s Israel Pina placed 15th out of 150 boy runners, while Lady Cub Daniella Gaona finished 62nd among the girls

Columns & Opinions

Texas Tales

“Who WAS that masked man?” not only is one of the classic lines from “The Long Ranger” television series, it underscores an Old West truism.

Lifestyle

Food for Families is an annual food drive in nine counties in Central Texas.

Conjuring up images through his songs and stories, that’s his talent and mastery.

Tickets are on sale for all performances of the upcoming Tin Building Theatre holiday comedy,“A Doublewide, Texas Christmas.” The play will run for four performances, including two dinner theater p

Obituaries

Frances Olson Earle went home to be with the Lord on Oct. 25, 2018. She was born on April 3, 1929 in Cranfills Gap, TX and moved to Metairie, LA in the late 1950s.

Billy James McCurdy was born April 23, 1934 near Kopperl, TX, the first-born of Lee and Vera Mc-Curdy. He passed from this life Oct. 21, 2018.

Frances Olson Earle went home to be with the Lord on October 25, 2018. She was born on April 3, 1929 in Cranfills Gap, TX and moved to Metairie, LA in the late 1950s.

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