News Stories

For 25 years Randy Duckworth served his country in the United States Navy.

Now the 67-year-old wants to honor his brothers and sister who served and also see a lot of the country.

Childcare runs in Kelly Mason’s blood. The owner of Burleson Child Development Center knew from a young age that she wanted to carry on a family tradition.

The city of Burleson is updating its Parks Master Plan.

As the new school year comes around, students are both excited and nervous about their first day.

If you have school-age children, then you know first-hand how expensive school supplies can be.

Sports

Burleson volleyball coach D’Anna Newton is excited about the possibilities for the Lady Elks this season.

With 17 players on the roster, first-year Centennial volleyball coach Julie Williams has to find where each of those players fits in the mix.

Burleson’s freshman football class was out on the practice field Monday. In a change in UIL rules, programs are allowed to have their freshman football players start a week early.

Centennial’s freshman football class was out on the practice field Monday. In a change in UIL rules, programs are allowed to have their freshman football players start a week early.

Fourteen years after its inception, Sparta Futbol Club reached the pinnacle of club soccer in the United States last week as its girls 02 Elite team played in Frisco at the 2018 US Youth Soccer Nat

Obituaries

Charles Arthur Terpening, 75, of East Tawakoni, passed away Tuesday, July 31, 2018.

Scottie Newt Brumley, 67, of Burleson, arrived in Heaven on July 21, 2018. A celebration of his life will be planned at a later date.

 

 Celine  Bernadette (Bouthiller) Leblond, 70, a native of Chicopee, Mass., and 25 year resident of North 

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