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October 23, 2014

The Cleburne News

Some families choose to bury loved ones at home

Larry Anthony wants to make sure his family can be buried together, so he asked for the Cleburne County Commission’s consent to create a family cemetery on his property in Fruithurst.

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  • Commission approves positions

    After a lengthy discussion about balanced budgets, the Cleburne County Commission unanimously authorized the county engineer and revenue commi…

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  • Ranburne gets new council member, new judge

    The Ranburne Town Council members swore in a newly appointed member and appointed a new municipal judge at their meeting Monday.

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Bulldogs clinch their second regional title

A casual observer might think not much will be at stake when Ranburne travels to Woodland Friday night. The Bulldogs have already clinched their second consecutive region championship. Woodland is assured of a playoff berth, too.


Someone may knock on your door

Ronald Reagan allegedly said, “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are, ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.’ A friend heard a similar greeting one morning when answering a surprise knock at his door. He sent an email detailing what ensued.


City is working on a plan to replace bridges

Campbell Street winds through Heflin’s quiet neighborhoods crossing Cahulga Creek as it enters the city’s watershed by way of a narrow bridge that limits the weight of vehicles that can cross it. It’s a problem for the city, said Mayor Rudy Rooks.

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