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Black-and-white pictures of military men hung on the walls. Medals, awards, and insignias of distinguished honor covered rooms.

Continuing the 20-year-old tradition of celebrating good moral qualities, community leaders hosted this year’s City of Character Luncheon on Thursday at Pathway Church in Burleson.  

Donald Graves, who served in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II, will be the guest speaker at the the city of Burleson’s annual Military Veteran Tribute.


For the first time in school history, Centennial will host a football playoff game.

Burleson boys basketball coach Joey Martin said he is excited about the challenege that is ahead of him this season.

Considering the offensive firepower that Centennial’s boys basketball team can put on the court, new head coach Trovocie Jackson is excited aboutthe Spartans chances this season.

During a team meeting last Friday, Burleson basketball coach Curtis Enis was asked what the team needed to do to be successful this season.

Enis’ answer wasn’t glamorous.

After dropping three close games over the weekend at the Lady Spartan Classic, Centennial’s girls basketball team pulled out a tight win Tuesday night at North Crowley.


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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