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January 29, 2015

The Cleburne News

White resigns from nursing home management

 A Cleburne County Hospital Board member appointed to help manage the county nursing home resigned from the job last week after employees publicly complained about the changes she was making.

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  • Ranburne Council approves licenses

     The Ranburne Town Council on Monday approved two new business licenses and heard that Alabama Power’s license was a little beefier this year.

    • icon posted: January 22
  • Cleburne BOE hires speech pathologist

    The Cleburne County Board of Education called a special meeting Wednesday to hire a teacher to replace one who unexpectedly quit two weeks ago.

    • icon Updated: January 22

Sports

Cleburne County girls face health issues

The Cleburne County girls had only six players healthy enough to don uniforms for the Tri-county tournament in New Site Thursday and Friday. The “Iron Six” – senior Alisa Norton, sophomores Shawntavia Boyd, Laruen Brown and Eryka Ware and freshmen Alex Casey and Chelsea Parker – did yeoman work both days.

Opinion

DANIEL GARDNER: Is peace treaty with Israel at hand?

It was bad enough when neither President Obama nor anyone in his administration would utter the words “Islamic terrorists,” “Islamic terrorism,” or link “acts of violence” to Islam in any way. Now progressives in the mainstream media have begun a ‘conversation’ (the latest politically correct nomenclature for addressing issues) to distinguish what is and is not Islam.

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