Cactus Jack is pretty much a household name, derived from the popular store bearing his nickname.
By BRIAN PORTER
Two traps had mosquitos that tested positive for West Nile Virus, leading Burleson city officials to conduct ground-based spraying for mosquitoes Saturday, July 30, and Sunday, July 31.
MedStar staff received a visit Friday from more than 50 participants in Beautiful Feet Ministries, who wanted to express appreciation for MedStar's service and to offer water, treats and prayer.
Members of Community 4-H visit Burleson police officers last week to deliver water, other supplies and a cake in recognition of their service to residents.
A fashion show with a keynote address from a local business woman will highlight the Power of Heels luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Friday, July 29, at First Baptist Church of Burleson, 317 W.
Beginning Monday to help promote the Burleson Star's Football Section, which will be included in our Aug.
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
William “Darrel” Parks, 80, passed away at 1:00 p.m. Monday, July 4, 2016, at Huguley Hospital.
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.