Bosque County Blast for March 1, 2021

Listen in for a can’t-miss episode full of local news from Clifton, Meridian, Valley Mills and beyond. For our feature stories today, we take a look at a new tip line at the Bosque County Sheriff’s Office, and a contract with Coryell County. Listen in for an interview with a local couple that are now engaged after a visit to the Red Caboose Winery and Vineyards in Meridian. You’ll hear from local Lions at the Clifton Lions Club Pancake Supper, and why it’s important to the community and Bosque County. Last but certainly not least, Coach Jared Shafer of Iredell ISD and the Lady Dragons traveled to the UIL Girls Basketball semi-final tournament and made school history in the process. Listen in for news the arrival of baby chicks at Clifton Feed and Service, events, and your local arrest report.

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Bosque Animal Rescue Kennels 2021 Gala reported as Big success

Bosque Animal Rescue Kennels celebrated its 18th annual BARK Gala Saturday, February 27. After being rescheduled due to cold weather, the Gala was an enormous success with the live auction and community contributions, with multiple parties arriving to “Party Like a Pineapple.” Read on for more of what happened, as well as food, family and fun throughout the event:

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WATCH: Fish Habitats built by Bosque, Hill 4-H launched at Uncle Gus’ Marina

Local residents involved with Bosque 4-H and the sport fishing group recently sunk fish habitats into water to increase aquatic life at Lake Whitney. Watch to see how the launch went after youth, their parents, and Texas Parks and Wildlife worked together to complete the structures.

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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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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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Clifton Public Library Gains All Oscar-Winning ‘Best Picture’ Films

You can now watch all 92 Academy Award-winning “Best Picture” films on DVDs from the public library in Clifton thanks to donations from a local booster club. Read on to find out more, with the story featuring the Nellie Pederson Civic Library, Friends of the Nellie Pederson Civic Library, Director Lewis Stansell, and Angela Smith of Clifton Main Street and the Library Board.

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Clifton Lions meet to make February 23 Pancake Supper, Rodeo Parade Plans

The Clifton Lions Club met to discuss plans for the February 23 Pancake Supper, volunteer projects, and the return of Mr. Lion in recent parades. Lions are also considering resurrecting the Leo’s Club for high school students to better Clifton and surrounding communities. Read on to find out more:

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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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