An Irish-themed sports pub with a family twist could call Burleson home within a year.
Friends and members came from just down the street to beyond Texas to congratulate Dr. Mike Milburn on his retirement from the ministry.
A warrant has been issued for a person of interest who may have retaliated with gunfire to a drive-by BB shooting.
Summer official ended Monday morning as students returned to class in the Burleson ISD.
When students with a state-issued license to carry return to Texas public college campuses this fall they will be allowed to carry a concealed personal firearm, except in areas specifically prohibi
An opponent Burleson has never faced will provide an opportunity Friday that has not been presented in more than a decade.
When Centennial’s football team takes the field Friday night they will do so facing an opponent they have played more than their district foes over the past two years.
Centennial’s cross country program had a banner season in 2015 as the boys squad and two Lady Spartans qualified for the Class 5A state championships.
Cesar Limones had a magical cross country campaign in 2015 as a junior.
Limones success last season could pay off big for new Burleson cross country coach Curtis Enis this season.
Going into last weekend’s Granbury Tournament, Centennial’s volleyball team had an overall goal of turning in more consistent play. The Lady Spartans achieved that goal.
Weldon Perry, 84, of Gladewater, passed away Monday, Aug, 22, 2016.
Peter J. Corino, 78, passed away Friday, Aug. 19, 2016.
Mary Grace Wireman, 77, passed away Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016, at her Alvarado home.
She was born Jan. 21, 1939, to Robert and Mildred Pauline (Kiplinger) Rhodes in Springfield, Ohio.