facebook twitter
November 22, 2014

The Cleburne News

Chromebooks helping discipline

The Cleburne Board of Education welcomed new board member Lonny Watson at a special meeting on Wednesday and heard a report on the school system’s new Chromebooks.

Updated: 2:12 pm | See more

  • Partnership could bring more tax dollars

     A county-state partnership being explored for Cleburne County could bring more lodging tax dollars if it doesn’t fall through, said administrators.

    • icon Updated: November 20
  • Administrators seeking AG opinion

    Cleburne County administrators are seeking an attorney general opinion as to  whether they can continue business with NAPA Auto Parts in Hefli…

    • icon Updated: November 20


Bulldogs to meet familiar foe

Ranburne will face a very familiar foe in Friday’s quarterfinal round of the AHSAA Class 2A football playoffs. Longtime rival and Region 5 opponent Woodland stands between the Bulldogs and a semifinal date the day after Thanksgiving against the winner of the quarterfinal game between Fyffe and Tanner. As Region 5 champions, Ranburne (11-0) will play at home against the Bobcats (9-3). Woodland finished fourth in Region 5.In the regular-season game, played at Woodland on October 24,


Gruber? Who is Jonathan Gruber?

“I’m utterly and absolutely shocked that anyone in Washington would try to deceive American voters into supporting higher taxes and wasteful spending!” “Fortunately, the national news media will hold deceivers accountable for any such shenanigans!” And, if you believe these two statements, then you may be “stupid” according to Jonathan Gruber, MIT economist and major contributor to development of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) aka Obamacare.

Connect with us

Featured Events