First BARK Cornhole Tourney of the Summer, Crawfish Boil and more in Walnut Springs

A crowd gathered in downtown Walnut Springs last Saturday due events being cancelled because of the rain the night before. The Zak Webb Band, plenty of crawfish, BARK dogs, a cornhole tourney, a bake sale for the Walnut Springs ISD Cheer squad and more came together for the following afternoon’s summer weather. Zak Webb Band […]

VOTE: Bosque County Foodie Trail

VOTE: Bosque County Foodie Trail Fan Favorites! Introducing the Bosque County Foodie Trail, and you can vote for your favorite dish or traditional treat HERE! Pick your Fan Favorite Bosque County dish and tell us what you love about it! You can suggest any dish from any restaurant in Bosque County and submit it for […]

Meridian Mayor, Council Candidates participate in Public Forum at Civic Center

Residents and community members gathered for a Candidate Forum hosted by Meridian Grassroots at the Meridian Civic Center Thursday, April 22. Brett Voss submitted questions, but could not be present. Candidates introduced themselves to the crowd, and then moved straight to the questions. What would you change in Meridian? Ryan Nieuwenhuis: 75% of what is […]

One dog euthanized, Two deemed dangerous by Judge in case of Meridian attack

As a result of a dog attack last year in Meridian, one canine was euthanized and two others were deemed dangerous in the same incident. The dog attack happened last year, but a local court hearing last Friday resulted in action taken. The state of Texas legally defines a “dangerous dog” as “one that makes […]

Richard Spitzer seeking one more term as Mayor of Clifton

We asked the candidates running for Mayor of Clifton the same questions on behalf of voters in the upcoming May 1, 2021 Election. In this article, we’ll talk to incumbent Mayor Richard Spitzer, who is up against challenger Ryan T. Bocco. What are some of your career experiences and experiences in office? Richard Spitzer is […]

First Healthy Kids Running Series in Clifton successful with 65 Runners

Youth took to the starting line last Sunday at the Old Football Field near the City Park in Clifton. Organizers registered families, handed out race bibs with numbers, and got the kids sorted in groups based on age and race distance. Listen below to heard Community Coordinator Renee Kettler talk about how it went. Many […]

Neighborhood Clifton Volunteers set to beautify town in late April

Churches of the Clifton Ministerial Alliance will join together Sunday, April 25, to take the loving actions of Jesus Christ into the community beyond places of worship. Groups will meet for a bring-your-own-picnic lunch at the Gazebo in the City Park at 12:30 p.m.  Tea and water will be provided. After a devotional and prayer […]