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    CHILD ADVOCACY | COWBOYS FOR KIDSSaddle up Friday-Saturday for cause at gala, rodeo

    The 17th annual Cowboys for Kids Roping the Stars Gala is Friday, followed Saturday by a children's Stick Horse Rodeo and for the first time a Ranch Rodeo and Celebrity Team Roping, all benefiting the Johnson County Children's Advocacy Center. Full Story
    SPORTS
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    TRACK AND FIELD | DISTRICT 8-5A CHAMPIONSHIPSUnderwood paces Lady Owls

    At the District 8-5A track and field championships, all Joshua coach Craig Bethel asked of his teams was to perform at their best. Full Story
    OPINION
    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
    EDUCATION
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    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
    LIFESTYLES
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    JCLAA MEETINGSale report defines record-setting year

    CLEBURNE – More youth are exhibiting more projects and more buyers are contributing more funds to purchase those projects than ever before, Chris Goodwin told members of the Johnson County Livestock and Agriculture Association. Full Story
    OBITUARIES
    BRITTNEY SUE BAKER

    Brittney Sue Baker, 18, passed away Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Full Story
    Owner spots his stolen truck in rearview mirror; arrest made

    PIEDMONT, Ala. (AP) — A man driving to work in Alabama suddenly noticed his stolen pickup truck following him, setting off a chain of events that included a pursuit, a crash and an arrest. Full Story
    'To Kill a Mockingbird' play to go on under Harper Lee group

    MONROEVILLE, Ala. (AP) — A publishing group says "To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee has started a nonprofit company that will produce a play about the book beginning next year. Full Story