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Tips to Pay for College Costs

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StatePoint SPECIAL TO THE CLIFTON RECORD AND MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Heading off to college is exciting, and a time full of endless possibilities. However, circumstances have changed for many American families over the past several months as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and you may be wondering how you will pay your upcoming college tuition bill and other schoolrelated costs.

How Caregivers Can Adapt to New Normal

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StatePoint SPECIAL TO THE CLIFTON RECORD AND MERIDIAN TRIBUNE The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life for the 44 million caregivers in the U.S. and the people they care for, with social distancing creating new routines, concerns and challenges.

Make a Positive Impact: Donate Plasma

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StatePoint SPECIAL TO THE CLIFTON RECORD AND MERIDIAN TRIBUNE Plasma donations are essential. Used to produce lifesaving medicines that treat rare and serious diseases, your plasma donation can help save lives.

Hendricks defeats Pullin in run-off election

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Bosque County Chief Deputy Clint Pullin and Clifton Police Chief Trace Hendricks went head-to-head last week in a run-off election to determine who would be the Republican candidate for Bosque County sheriff in the November General Election. Hendricks defeated Pullin, 1,348-969.

Bosque County Sheriff ’s Office warns of scammers posing as Social Secirty Administration

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According to the Bosque County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page, scammers are once again trying to prey on the citizens of Bosque County. “Please beware that scammers posing as the Social Security Administration have been calling residents of Bosque County trying to obtain personal information in order to scam victims,” the post on the BCSO’s Facebook page stated. “Please note that neither the IRS nor Social Security Administration will call you asking for personal information. We know that not all persons have social media, so please pass this information on to your friends or family members who may not have access to the internet or social media.”

COVID still on the rise

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Bosque County has 75 confirmed cases of coronavirus, bringing the number of total cases in the area to 90. Cases have surged in the county in the past week with now 50 active cases, according to Texas Department of Health Services.

Covid-19 infection rate triples in a week

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The 41 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed of Bosque residents, bringing the total cases in the area to 49. Cases have surged in the county in the past week with now 31 active cases, according to Texas Department of Health Services.