A Joshua man may have a lasting memory of his visit to Yellowstone National Park, but it won't be what he intended.
By BRIAN PORTER
Burleson residents showed their support of law enforcement by turning out in droves last week for Spirit Night at the Burleson Police Department.
Back in the 50s, college kids would stuff themselves into photo booths. In the 60s, teens went crazy during the British Invasion.
By RICKY MOORE
Vinsen Faris has announced his intention to accept a position as chief executive officer of Christian Senior Services of San Antonio.
A Johnson County grand jury has indicted a Forest Hill man and two Fort Worth residents on third-degree felony charges of criminal conspiracy.
A year ago at this time, then senior-to-be Andruw McKenzie knew he was going to have to work hard if he wanted to find playing time for Centennial’s baseball team.
Sydney Friend and Haley Kimberling have played softball together since they were four years old, so it is no surprise the Centennial players were on the same team while making history.
While playing outside hitter at Midwestern State, Jessica Ransom was all about offense.
But once she became a coach, she made a tactical u-turn, so to speak.
Early in July, Centennial girls basketball coach Valerie Wootan and her staff along with help from some current and former Lady Spartan players put on a four-day game for incoming incoming first- t
Just a few years ago, both Burleson football coach Gary McElroy and Centennial football coach Kyle Geller saw the preseason predictions in Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine as motiva
Mr. Hershel Allen Nesmith, 86, passed away comfortably in his home, and went to be with his Heavenly Father Sunday evening, July 17, 2016.
Jason Cori Grogan, 43, of Burleson was killed Wednesday, July 6, 2016, during a test flight over Ellis County.
Gary Lee Alexander, 71, of Burleson, went home to his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Saturday, July 9, 2016.