Bosque County Blast: Bosque Museum Renovations

In this episode of the Bosque County Blast, we talked to Executive Director Erin Shields of the Bosque Museum about the new renovations for the Horn Shelter Exhibit. We also discuss a temporary exhibit that goes hand in hand with the ancient artifacts discovered at the burial site.

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The rich history behind the Corner Drug Cafe, Screen Door Inn and downtown Clifton

We take a look at the historic Brooks Brother building in Clifton and some history of how the structure has persevered and changed hands. Read on to find out more.

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Meridian Parks & Rec Dedicates John A. Lomax Amphitheater to large crowd

City and county officials, guests, artists and band members gathered for the dedication of the John A. Lomax Amphitheater in Meridian, Texas. Read out to find photos and what happened at the event.

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Courthouse and local bank have roots in Meridian

By Arthur DeVitalis Both First National Bank of Bosque County and the Bosque County Courthouse in Meridian have extensive history in the area. The courthouse was the fourth building of its kind in the county.

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Bosque Churches reflect Norse heritage

Both St. Olaf’s Kirke (The Rock Church) and Our Savior’s Church at Norse reflect rich Norwegian heritage in Bosque County, Texas. Located in the vicinity of Cranfills Gap and Clifton, each church serves as a

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