Meridian City Council talks curfew, ridge lighting and sign repair, and portable toilets in Park

Meridian City Council met Monday, February 8, 2021, to discuss repairs to the ridge lighting in downtown, a curfew ordinance and portable toilets at Meridian. Read on to find out more about what happened:

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BREAKING: Commissioners Confirm Cindy Vanlandingham as Bosque County Judge

Bosque County Commissioners recently confirmed the appointment of Cindy Vanlandingham as interim Bosque County Judge. The term continues for two years. This is a developing story, and information will be added as it becomes available.

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Bosque County Blast for December 18, 2020

In this episode, we talk to Pastor Brian McQuiggin of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Clifton about the Drive-Through Nativity this weekend. Look out for more for the family than last year, including some additional scenes

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Adult woman giving candies to trick or treating children in costumes during Halloween celebration in evening in park

Meridian City Council gives the go-ahead on Halloween

In last night’s meeting, Meridian City Council voted unanimously not to place any COVID restrictions on Halloween celebrations. Parents are encouraged to trick or treat at their own discretion and to follow all usual safety

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Bosque County Blast for September 21, 2020

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Bosque County Blast for September 21, 2020

In this episode, we visit the John A. Lomax Amphitheater in Meridian, Texas for a special dedication ceremony, take a look at local events at Uncle Gus Marina and an art contest open to Bosque residents, and a dead zebra discovered by a landowner looking for who’s responsible. We take a look at football games last week, games this week, and the local arrest report.

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Bosque County Blast for August 24, 2020

In this episode, we head to Meridian State Park to talk a new trail there, home to a unique variety of wildlife. We also talk to Amy Arthur of Lutheran Sunset Ministries on a new pen pal program there. We’ll hear everything you need to know about hunting and fishing licenses from Steve Conrad of Clifton Feed, in addition to our coverage of the big celebration Saturday at Uncle Gus Marina and Resort. We spoke to Steven and Lisa Payne of Hackberry Acres, a new RV park that seems more like a retreat. From food truck owners to participants in the boat parade across Lake Whitney, we’ve got it all. Last, we deliver the local arrest report and hear from students, parents and Head Coach Chuck Caniford on the scrimmage against Whitney last Thursday. Tune in and listen, this episode is action-packed.

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