In Burleson, as in every community, we have children exposed to violence and trauma every day.
These are the words we all have heard in the last few days regarding the killing of 17 people in Florida. Of course, the words were followed by the question; what can the government do to stop the
It’s easy to feel invisible on Valentine’s Day when the last time you felt close to another human was a volleyball team huddle in 2007, but have no fear.
Jerry Edward: I have read and heard about Elinor Clair Baker and her contributions to Burleson, Johnson County and beyond. Did you know her?
Annie Faye: Other than the early retail stores, Cattle Barn and Thomas Conveyor, what other companies employed locals?
I used to think life was pretty simple.
This past week, I attended a funeral of sadness and celebration. Her name was Betty Graves, and she stepped off of an unsuspected curb.
Many times in life, we encounter special teachers. Sometimes, they are conventional teachers who teach in some sort of school setting. Other times, they are people we meet in other contexts.
Nita Lou: I am confused about who was the first mayor of Burleson. In the museum there are pictures of all of Burleson’s mayors. William P.
Clarence: Those commentaries of yours about what happened in Johnson County each month down the corridor of years has made me appreciate the history of my County. Some good, some bad but always i