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The owner of the Burleson Star for the past 21 months, a veteran media advertising specialist who published speciality newspapers and was president and CEO of one of the largest advertising compani

History was made when the 116th United States Congress convened on Jan. 3 as a record number of women took their seats as voting members.

For the first time in Burleson ISD history, members of the BISD’s Special Olympics team, the Burleson Blaze, have been awarded letterman jackets for their participation during the 2017-18 school ye

Author Michelle Staubach-Grimes, the daughter of Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach, was at Judy Hajek Elementary School Monday to read to the students.

Perhaps the disappointment of how the Dallas Cowboys season ended can be offset by the performance of Burleson’s sales tax revenue.


Sam Martin and Brennan Zeiner made big plays down the stretch for Burleson Tuesday night as the Elks registered their second consecutive District 5-5A win with a 56-51 victory at home over Crowley.

Despite having four double-figure scorers, Centennial’s boys basketball team couldn’t get a win Tuesday at Mansfield Legacy.

The first tournament of the season for Centennial’s boys’ soccer team was a successful one as the Spartans finished second at the White Settlement Brewer Bear Cave Classic over the weekend.

When Katie Arguello scored off a backdoor cut with 1:15 to play Tuesday night it seemed like Burleson might just pull off an upset of Crowley.

Centennial’s bid to open the second half of District 5-5A play with a win came up short Tuesday night as the Mansfield Legacy defeated the Lady Spartans, 61-53.


Sandra Sue Wilson, 72, of Burleson, Texas, born July 21, 1946, passed away in the comfort of her own home on Monday, Dec. 17, 2018.

Hortencia “Terri/Tencha” Hecht, of Burleson, Texas, passed away Friday, Dec. 28, 2018, at the age of 65.

Velma May Archer

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