May 28, 2015

The Cleburne News

City rethinking baseball program

After an outbreak of violence in the stands at a youth baseball game last week, the Heflin Parks and Recreation Department is rethinking the structure of its baseball program.

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  • Deputy Hazel update

    Cleburne County Deputy Dennis Hazel, who was injured in a traffic accident Wednesday, is out of the intensive care unit at Grady Memorial Hosp…

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  • Hospital Board rethinks its staff retirement plan

    Cleburne County Hospital Board members Thursday decided to revisit their April decision to hire Primerica to administer a retirement plan for …

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Registration open for Bates football camp

The annual Todd Bates Football Skills Camp is currently registering students ages 6 to 13. This year the camp will be held on June 13 at the Heflin Recreation Center. Students can register by calling the center at 256-463-5434. The camp is free to attend and includes a T-shirt and lunch.


Traditional values versus today’s values

Traditional values are not what they used to be. Gallup reports Americans have become much more liberal regarding social issues over the past decade. For the first time since Gallup began measuring Americans’ views of social issues, those who consider themselves to have liberal views equal the number of those who consider themselves to have conservative views.The largest gap appeared when conservative social views peaked at 42% in 2009 and liberal social views dipped to 22% in 2010. That 20% gap closed in 2015.

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