• Hancock named JPD's chief - 01/27/2015 01:49 PM CST
  • Group to visit One Safe Place - 01/27/2015 01:47 PM CST
  • Storm spotter seminar is Feb. 3 - 01/27/2015 01:45 PM CST
  • Founders of bicycle effort go to NYC - 01/20/2015 03:59 PM CST
  • Park and ride set to build - 01/20/2015 03:56 PM CST
    POLICE Hancock named JPD's chief

    After four months without a chief, Joshua Police Department has a familiar face on board as the top cop. Full Story
    BOYS BASKETBALL It was jubilation

    Joshua boys basketball coach J.D. Mayo after the Owls win Friday
    The last time Joshua's boys basketball team won a district game the Owls did it, 43-42, on a shot in the final seconds to beat Burleson on the road. Full Story
    COMMENTARYWHITE: A bit foggy about the Cloud?

    Our eldest offspring graduates high school this spring, and as we help her gear up for her college adventure, we find ourselves dealing with periodic outbreaks of sanguine eagerness and heartrending nostalgia. Full Story
    COMMUNITYStudents learn who makes best chili

    It's a tradition that has been around since Plum Creek became an elementary school in 2005, and doesn't seem to be going away. Full Story
    Trip to OKC perfect for getaway

    The drive there is bearable enough at just 3 1/2 hours from Burleson.  And knowing you won't have to shell out big bucks once in town is all the more reason to be excited about spending a weekend away in Oklahoma City. Full Story

    Joshua -- Henry C. Eder Sr., 72, finished his earthly journey and started his new one with his Lord and Savior on Sunday, Nov. 23, 2014. He passed away peacefully at home after a 20 month battle with cancer. Full Story
    LA jury awards $5 million to funk legend Sly Stone

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Funk legend Sly Stone was awarded $5 million on Tuesday in a breach-of-contract suit that claimed his business partners and his own company cheated him out of royalties. Full Story
    (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP, File)
    Benedict Cumberbatch sorry for racist remark

    “The Imitation Game” actor was trying to address racial inequities in the film business when he referred to “colored actors” during a TV interview.