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Heartwarming honor

Kopperl ISD extends Valentine appreciation to area veterans

By Simone Wichers-Voss

Valentines Day is a day to show loved ones appreciation and to put them in the spotlight.

For the fifth year in a row, Kopperl Independent School District hosted an open house in their school gym on Valentine’s Day to show appreciation for area veterans of all military branches.

 

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Closing The Deal

Work starts on solar site after contract signing

By Simone Wichers-Voss

Among all the renewable energy sources available on earth, solar energy is one of the most widely used renewable source of energy.

Cypress Creek Renewables harnesses the sun’s free energy source by developing fields with solar panels and distributes the energy generated to a local, existing grid. The production of solar energy is eco-friendly – no emissions, no noise - with low impact on the land and is a high-technology operation.

 

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Celebrating Texas

Bosque County plans week of focus on Texas Independence March 5-11

By Simone Wichers-Voss

In a week filled with activities, several Bosque County organizations and schools focus their attention on Texas Independence. Activities start on March 5 – 11 this year.

A tentative Bosque celebrates Texas Independence schedule of events includes:

 

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Street upgrades ok’d

Clifton City Council to solicit bids on street repairs

By Nathan Diebenow

The Clifton City Council deliberated on matters pertaining to upgrading a city street and appraising a small section of city park property during its regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 13.

The order to call for municipal elections and a special election to reauthorize the local sales tax fund for city street maintenance and repair was also set for Saturday, May 5.

 

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VALENTINES FOR VETS

Kopperl ISD extends thanks to veterans

By Simone Wichers-Voss

Valentines Day is a day to show loved ones appreciation and to put them in the spotlight.

For the fifth year in a row, Kopperl Independent School District hosted an open house in their school gym on Valentine’s Day to show appreciation for area veterans of all military branches.

 

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Making it real

Clifton PD begins plans to hold Shattered Dreams program in fall

By Simone Wichers-Voss

Texas leads the nation when it comes to the number of fatal drunk driving accidents, with nearly 40 percent of all traffic fatalities being attributed to alcohol. Additionally, Texas also leads the nation in alcohol-related crash deaths among 15 to 20 year olds.

But in spite of these statistics, teens do not expect to be injured in a car crash, much less to die from injury.

 

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Deciding right of way

Clifton EDC seeks city’s information on street repair

By Nathan Diebenow

The Clifton Economic Development Corporation’s board of directors recently stopped short of allocating funds toward the re-construction of a city street connecting the highway to the new truck travel center.

The pause was made at the board’s Tuesday, January 23, meeting in order to seek more information from the Clifton City Council on its possible contribution to the proposed project.

 

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Hearting Bastrop

Clifton participates in reality TV contest

By Nathan Diebenow

Clifton’s small business community gave a special valentine to its counterparts in Bastrop the weekend before Valentine’s Day this year.

The handmade gift came at an important time in support for the tiny Texas metropolis’ participation in an Internet-based reality television contest that highlights small businesses in small historic downtown districts.

The Clifton Main Street program on Saturday, February 9, assisted the Bastrop Main Street program in painting a billboard with a pro-small business message in graffiti lettering on the south side of Clifton city limits.

 

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Keeping city neat & tidy

Code Enforcement Officer Fulford introduced to city council

By Simone Wichers-Voss

In addition to state laws enacted by the Texas Legislature, Texas local governments like cities may also enact ordinances within their jurisdiction. These city ordinances are passed by a city council and are enforced by local law enforcement agencies like the police department.

Recently, the Meridian Police Department added a part time Code Enforcement Officer David Fulford to the force. Meridian Police Chief Will Stevens introduced Fulford to the Meridian City Council Monday.

 

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Finding Funding

County approves special revenue adjustments

By Simone Wichers-Voss

If a county department receives funds after the start of the fiscal year, a special revenue adjustment needs to be approved by the Commissioners’ Court.

Several special revenue budget items appeared on the Bosque County Commissioners’ Court agenda Monday.

The commissioners approved adding $11,000 to Precinct 3 because of the sale of surplus equipment.

The commissioners also approved accepting $ 9,600 for the Bosque County Sheriff ’s Office budget regarding a Homeland Security Grant for 12 body armor sets.

 

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