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The FBI arrested a man accused of robbing Burleson's Pinnacle Bank in February.

The Burleson Independent School District is in the race to be the best in Texas.

While all clocks in Burleson sprung ahead Sunday to comply with Daylight Saving Time, Burleson’s sales tax revenue keeps ticking along.

The Burleson Area Tour Group hosted its annual Mardi Gras Chili Cookoff Thursday night at the Burleson Event Center.

The event benefits the Burleson Area Tour Group’s scholarship fund.

United States Air Force Airman Logan L. White graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.


After Mansfield Legacy stunned Burleson, 2-0, to open District 5-5A boys soccer play, the Elks told coach Travis Hughes weren’t going to lose again in the district play.

Home runs have played a big role in the recent history of the softball series between Centennial and Burleson.

Centennial senior Jacob Meador was masterful on the mound Tuesday night in the Spartans’ 10-0 six-inning run-rule District-opening victory at Everman.

Mother Nature wasn’t kind to Burleson’s baseball team on Tuesday as rain canceled the Elks District 5-5A home opener with Mansfield Legacy.

Burleson senior Jacob Moss signed a letter of intent recently to play football at Howard Payne University. Seated are, from left, mother Jeannie Moss, Jacob Moss and father Jeff Moss.


Charles Anthony Brooks, better known as Tony, 62, passed away Saturday, March 2, 2019 in Bedford, Texas.

R.G. was a family centered man, and in his last moments, he was surrounded by his beloved family.

James “Don” Blakeney, 84, life-long resident of Burleson passed away on Friday, February 22, 2019.

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