SPECIAL EPISODE: K. Cockrell Family Fun Day

In this episode, we talk to Bosque County locals about an important upcoming event, the K. Cockrell Family Fun Day. Listen in for more, and see how you can get involved in this event to benefit Clifton ISD seniors with scholarships.

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Carbon Monoxide, the invisible Killer

Carbon monoxide is a deadly, odorless gas that arises as a byproduct of burning fuel. Be it a stove, space heater, or water heater, all produce the deadly gas, though in small amounts when working properly. Read on to find out more about the danger and what you can do to prevent the deadly gas from filling your home.

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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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AgriLife Extension Offers Health Literacy Program for Older Adults

The Bosque County Agrilife Extension Office recently announced a health literacy program for older adults. Read on to find out more on how to attend and make health-conscious decisions that matter.

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Blackland Income Growth Conference January 5-6, 2021

The Blackland Income Growth Program seeks to improve the overall agricultural and agri-business economy of the Blackland area. This Annual BIG Conference is scheduled for January 5-6, 2021. This year due to COVID-19 the entire conference will be held virtually. Read on to find out more and get informed on ranching choices to make in Bosque County.

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Clifton City Council approves Kids Running Series in Park, hears final read on EDC Grant

Clifton City Council met and approved a new running program for kids, added members to the Clifton Parks Board, and approved an EDC grant to upgrade the Clifton Carwash. Read on to find out more.

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