Here is the link to the August 15, 2019, digital edition of the Burleson Star.
For the fourth consecutive year, those attending Burleson ISD’s Convocation Monday were treated to a music video parody starring a bushel load of Burleson ISD employees and school board trustees.
A sense of adventure and a desire to help hungry children have driven a pair of Burleson residents to challenge the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
I realized recently how interesting it is to live in the “information age” and still lack the clarity that details ought to provide.
Johnson County commissioners listened to presentations Monday from United Cooperative Service, the county’s 4-H program, AT&T, the Spyglass Group and others before getting to new business items
Kailey Tesdahl activated the signal light at the intersection of S. Hurst Road and Hidden Creek Parkway, Aug. 7.
Timing is everything, and the tension of the times is perfect for the Plaza Theater Company’s presentation of “Driving Miss Daisy,” a 1988 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about two minorities learn
The Hill College nursing programs have been ranked sixth in the state with a grade of 94.44 percent based on a study done by RNCareers.org.
Starbucks in Burleson hosting “Coffee with a Soldier Day” Tuesday. Army Staff Sgt. Luis Flores was on the soldier serving coffee at Starbucks.
BURLESON STAR/DIANNE EGAN
Here is the link to the August 8, 2019 digital edition of the Burleson Star.