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Last week the Burleson Star announced the offer of a free E- edition for one year to all graduating seniors from Centennial, Burleson and Crossroads high schools. This is a first for the Galois Gro

Because Burleson decided not to assist with funding an officer for the Johnson County Task Force, when city representatives asked Commissioners Court Monday for an extension of a tax increment fina

Cadets of the Burleson High School JROTC salute the United States flag at the Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce.  Burleson Star/Dianne Egan

Do you know what to do in the event of a major natural disaster?

Politics in Texas have always been contentious and this political season is no different. With the primaries behind us, many people are wondering what can be expected in November.


Burleson continued to run roughshod over the competition in its region as the Elks powerlifting team claimed their fifth consecutive regional title Saturday.

Serena Bersuch admitted she was a little nervous Monday night.

Jacob Meador was on his game Tuesday night on the mound.

The last time Burleson won a district opener Kayden Cassidy was in eighth-grade.

Tuesday, the senior, fanned 13 as the Elks registered a 4-1 District 9-5A win at Granbury.

Going into Monday’s game at Everman, Centennial’s boys soccer team knew it just had to register a tie to make the playoffs for the first time since 2012.


James “Jim” Andrew Alford Harrison, 73, died Tuesday, March 6, 2018, after a six year

Darlene Kay Walker of Alvarado, Texas, passed away Saturday, March 3, 2018, after a prolonged illness.

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Burleson Star

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Burleson, TX 76028-0909

Phone: 817-295-0486
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