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Johnson County commissioners expressed concern Monday about the lack of precipitation in the area while raining down praises on a Burleson teenager.

Big improvements on are the horizon for Old Town.

When Bobby Isbell’s daughter, Stella, asked her father if he would bring his monster truck, “Megatron,” to Clinkscale Elementary for show and tell, he didn’t hesitate to say yes.

Burleson has gained a third major food manufacturer and distributor.

Monday night’s school board meeting was a celebration as students, staff and trustees were honored for their work and dedication to Burleson ISD.


Burleson’s swim team competed Saturday at the Lewisville ISD Invitational. The squad finshed ninth overall with 181 points. Coppell was first with 708.5 points.

Crowley turned up the heat on Burleson from the opening tip Tuesday night and the Lady Elks failed to respond.

The gym at Everman has been a Voodoo Palace at times for Centennial’s girls basketball program.

Free throw shooting late was the difference Tuesday night at Burleson defeated Midlothian Heritage, 82-79 in overtime in a non-district boys basketball game at Burleson.

In its final tournament before the start of District 9-5A play, Centennial’s boys basketball team posted a 2-2 record at the Spring Creek Holiday Classic hosted by Arlington Grace Prep Academy.


Joy Lyne Clark, 75, of Burleson, passed away Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017.

Virginia Rose Payne Kraniak, 83, of Burleson, went to be with her Savior on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017, at 2:57 a.m., in Fort Worth.

Fredrick William Henkel-man Jr., 83, of Burleson, passed away Monday, Nov. 20, 2017.

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