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A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday morning for the Old Town Station Phase Two. The property will feature Ol’ South Pancake House, Fish City Grill and  First Impressions Salon and Spa.

Controllers and joysticks were gripped, headphones plugged in and eyes dead set on screens Saturday.

Plenty was at stake and on display, Thursday night as the campus at Centennial High School hosted the Burleson ISD Showcase.

All 18 BISD campuses had displays at the Showcase.

The BISD’s Burleson Blaze athletes wearing their newly awarded letter jackets were honored Feb. 1 before Centennial’s boys basketball game with Burleson.

PHOTOS BY ANGELIQUE HAYS

Sports

Led by six district champions, Centennial’s wrestling team will be sending 20 athletes to the regional meet.

“It went really well,” Centennial wrestling coach Casey Hudson said.

Burleson football coach Gary McElroy was all smiles last Wednesday as he watched six of his players sign letters of intent to play football in college.

When talking about the players that signed letters of intent to play football in college last Wednesday, Centennial head football coach Kyle Geller said he was so happy for the players.

FORT WORTH ­— With 6:21 to play Monday night, Centennial held a 48-42 lead over Fort Worth Arlington Heights.

Needing a win to clinch a playoff berth Friday night, Centennial’s boys basketball team did just that.

Obituaries

Thomas James Byers, 58, passed away Monday, Jan. 28, 2019, in Fort Worth, Texas.

Edith Faye (Faulk) Shepherd, 97, passed away Friday, Feb. 1, 2019
A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019, at Burleson Church of Christ.

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

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