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The 12th annual Lone Star Film Festival in Fort Worth opened this weekend with a film about football in a small-town Texas high school.

The Burleson Friends Festival keeps growing and growing.

In a grave at Rosehill Cemetery in Cleburne lies a newborn girl, buried this week exactly 17 years ago. The tombstone reads “Angel Baby Doe” because no one knew her real name then, or even now.

A fire engine and several police cars and paramedic trucks were on scene Friday.

Burleson’s Holy Cross Christian Academy recently held its annual Giving Thanks Day.


There were times this season when Burleson sophomore outside hitter Emily Rich had some epic celebrations following one of her many kills.

Even though the season wasn’t a good one, Centennial’s volleyball team still landed a superlative player on the District 5-5A all-district team.

Burleson senior guard Sam Martin is already in mid-season form.

Burleson golf coach Ted Tomchesson said he was surprised by an email he received Monday regarding the closing of Burleson’s Southern Oaks Golf Club.

Centennial’s fifth consecutive trip to the playoffs got off to a good start Friday night as the


Jack was born February 21, 1955, the first son of John J. O'Brien III and Isabel V. O'Brien, he passed into the arms of Jesus, Sunday, November 11, 2018.

Nancy J. Lee, 67, of Burleson, passed away Tuesday, October 30, 2018, in Fort Worth.

Nelda Rae Briley, 83, of Burleson, Texas, passed away Saturday, November 3, 2018, at her residence in Burleson.

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