Jason Combrink and Dylan Goode both 2018 Centennial High School graduates, have spent the summer touring with Drum Corps International World Class Drum Corps.
Eight Hill College students completed the Phlebotomy Technician coursework July 17. The students will now begin working on their clinical hours in local clinics and hospitals.
Here is the link to the July 25, 2019 digital edition of the Burleson Star.
In five years, Conner Prince has gone from having never shot skeet competitively to winning a gold medal in an international competition.
A fish kill occurred on the Brazos River downstream of the DeCordova Bend Dam at Lake Granbury, Monday, July 22. The die-off of hundreds of fish occurred following the closing of floodgates at Lak
State and city officials attended the ribbon cutting for McLane Classic Foods, a new $30 million, 94,000-square-foot headquarters and food processing facility at HighPoint Business Park East Tuesda
Construction of Mayor Vera Calvin Plaza in Old Town Burleson began on May 28 and is expected to be completed in May 2020. What progress can residents expect to see in the upcoming months?
The Burleson ISD school board trustees recognized the accomplishments of numerous students and staff at the board’s meeting Monday night.
Burleson Centennial FFA members recently attended the 91st annual Texas FFA State Convention in Fort Worth, July 15-19.
The Burleson ISD Livestock Show Team came up big at the Johnson County Livestock and Agriculture Association Sweepstakes Awards June 20 hosted by United Cooperative Services and Pinnacle Bank.