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Since the completion of KJRN 88.3 The Journey's new radio tower, the radio station has seen an increase in their number of listeners. [Read More]
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Keene Police Chief Emmitt Jackson would agree that the best time to get to know any law enforcement official is not during an emergency situation,... [Read More]
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While attending Texas public schools, students have the option to visit a counselor if they want to talk to someone or receive help preparing for... [Read More]
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When homeowners receive a high electric or water bill at the end of the month, most wonder why their utility bills increase, especially during the... [Read More]
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After participating in the Johnson County Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair last month, students participating in the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo and... [Read More]
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Even though winter is still a couple of weeks from ending, local doctors recommend that their patients prepare for the next flu season by getting... [Read More]
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With so many school options in Johnson County, one school district will showcase its choice schools and how they're different from other schools. [Read More]
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The winning word: coppice, C-O-P-P-I-C-E, coppice. Nine Cleburne ISD students and three students from schools in Keene and Joshua battled it out Tuesday morning to... [Read More]
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For 25 years, hundreds of musicians and singers have come together to perform classical music pieces during Southwestern Adventist University's "Night at the Meyerson." [Read More]
A new school resource officer is walking the halls of Cleburne High School. [Read More]
Cup stacking as a sport has grown in popularity. One local resident has competed in it for five years, and she's only in elementary school.... [Read More]
Joshua High School sophomore Grace Sharp takes a deep breath through her nose as she prepares for another rifle competition. Her air rifle, a Walther... [Read More]
Most can't go one day without looking at their cellphone. One study suggests doing so too much might affect your personality and outlook on life. [Read More]
or at least their bones - were roaming the halls of the Cleburne Conference Center on Thursday. [Read More]
Rio Vista ISD closed its doors on Tuesday because of the flu outbreak. [Read More]
As drivers make their way home from work, the last thing they want to run into is traffic. [Read More]
Receiving an "A" on a school assignment is always cause for celebration. Many schools, however, are going away from giving number and letter grades as... [Read More]
Rio Vista ISD closed its doors on Tuesday because of the flu outbreak. They will reopen Monday. [Read More]
Attending college can be stressful for any student, but studies say students are under even more pressure from society than in years past. Local college... [Read More]
There are many school options for parents to choose from when it comes to their child's education, with many places locally. [Read More]
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