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You may never have heard of Texas artist McKie Trotter III, but if you are a fan of abstract and modern art, you need to thank him for bringing the modern art movement to Texas.

The Burleson Independent School District is now accepting referrals for their gifted and talented services. Referrals will be accepted between Jan.

Keene may be the only Johnson County school district that doesn’t play American football, but it’s now the only one to host a professional soccer team.

As Burleson marches into 2018, it started off financially in the right direction as Finance Director Rhett Clark received a sales tax increase of $78,689 more than the city received last January, a

The first Burleson Works Expo will be taking place today.


Burleson’s boys basketball team moved into sole possession of first place in District 9-5A with a 91-60 home win over Arlington Seguin Wednesday night.

Just when Cleburne got hot offensively in the fourth quarter, Burleson made its way to the free-throw line to cool down the Yellow Jackets.

After letting a 15-point third quarter lead slip away, Centennial’s boys basketball team showed is mental toughness late in its home game with Granbury.

With junior guard/post Kertisa Amos out with an injury, Centennial girls basketball coach Valerie Wootan was looking for someone to step forward and provide the intensity and enthusiasm that Amos b

After playing a tight game with Centennial, Burleson’s girls basketball team was looking to get back on track Friday night at Cleburne.

That didn’t happen.


Helen Marie Queen Threadgill died Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018.

Burleson – Jere B. Bennett, 65, beautitian, nail tech., and retired employee of Sunshine Cars, Burleson, passed away Monday, Dec. 11, 2017.

John Graves, age 65, went home to be with his heavenly Father and his earthly father, John Graves Sr., at 1:05 a.m. Friday, Jan. 05, 2018.

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