Get Wound Up for the Rattlesnake Roundup this March

The Rattle Snake Roundup has returned this year for weekend celebration March 5 through 7. The event benefits students involved with Walnut Springs Business for Youth in Agriculture, and funds collected will be used for scholarships. The WSBYA is a non-profit youth organization helping youth of Bosque County. Read on for more details on this scary-fun event beginning March 5.

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Bosque County braces for, faces Week of Winter Weather

Bosque County and all of Texas faces low temperatures this week, as the weather isn’t expected to rise above 32 degrees until this Friday. Much of the area is, in fact, seeing or feeling single-digit temperatures. Read on to find out more tips and resources from the Bosque County Sheriff’s Office and Bosque County Emergency Management.

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Bosque, Hill 4-H sets up Fish Habitats with TPWD at Uncle Gus’ on Lake Whitney

A huge group of socially-distanced volunteers with the Bosque County Office of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department scientists and staff, and plenty of youth from 4-H programs in Bosque and Hill Counties worked to build fish habitats for launch at Uncle Gus’ Marina and Resort last Saturday.

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Clifton Council approves Bosque Museum, Chamber Funding for events, Improvements Planned for Rodeo Arena

Clifton City Council met and approved funding for events to occur this summer, in addition to the generous donation of a new patrol car to Clifton Police. Read on to find out more and get informed.

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Bosque County residents Advocate against Wind Turbine Construction

Recently, the topic of Wind Turbines have come to county and city meetings across Bosque County. Some residents are urging ordinances or laws be passed to prevent their expansion. Here’s why:

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Bosque County Blast for January 28, 2021

In this episode, we talk to co-owner of Chapultepec Farms in Cayote, John Stanley. He tells about the way he and his wife are bringing food straight from the farm to the table near Valley Mills. We also visit with Felecia and Dustin Frederick of Clifton about their business, Frederick and Co Charcuterie. They put together delicious ensembles of food for dates or family gatherings come together. We take a big look at local events, from dinners and music to the 30th Annual Bosque County-wide Garage Sale Weekend. You’ll hear from City of Meridian Officials about recent developments with Meridian Parks & Recreation, including the upcoming Chili Cookoff and a volunteer opportunity to get the disc golf course going. Tune in for local news, events, people and more.

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2021 Central Texas Horticultural Education series to begin in early February

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Travis County and John Hart, host of the “Central Texas Gardener” TV show on PBS, will kick off the 2021 Central Texas horticultural education series. Read on to find out more.

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Bosque County Blast for January 21, 2021

In this episode, we talk to Taylor Carter of Clifton ISD about the recent CHS Varsity Cheer Squad’s ninth consecutive trip to the UIL State Cheer Competition, and take a closer look at the Texas Safari Ranch outside Clifton. Listen in for local events with BARK, Red Caboose Winery, and others. A host of local businesses are anticipating that holiday in February, with Valentine’s Day specials planned at Corner Drug Cafe, River Street Roost, and more. Bosque County Emergency Management speaks on local volunteer fire departments and Uncle Gus’ Marina and Resort has set a date to view spaces for Third Thursday Trade Days. Tune in for your News Blast Podcast.

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