Local dairies have are working to make sure those in need get proper nutrition after donations of refrigerated cases an milk were made to two local food banks including Dublin’s The Love Basket, To help get more milk and dairy foods to those who need it, local dairy farmers helped provide…
Early voting in the Nov. 3 general election is now underway, bringing several local, state and federal races for Dublin and Lingleville voters to decide upon. As of Tuesday morning, a total of 9,664 Erath voters have cast their ballots in person with 8,294 in Stephenville and 1,370 in Dublin. A…
Community members gathered Thursday at the Stephenville Cross Timbers Family Services office for an open house. Guests purchased auction items and BBQ cooked by Fat Mary’s Catering with proceeds benefitting CTFS’ efforts of providing hope, help and healing for victims of violent crime. For more…
Brett Wesner, president of Wesner Publications in Cordell, Oklahoma, and publisher of the Dublin Citizen was elected chair of the National Newspaper Association during the association’s 134th annual meeting. He had been treasurer. Wesner publishes 15 titles in Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico. A…
The Dublin Chamber of Commerce is getting the community into the Halloween and fall spirit with several activities staged for the weekend of Oct. 31 including safe trick or treat, a drive-in circus at the Dublin City Park and a youth rodeo on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1. Dublin Chamber of Commerce…
I am writing this column from my home office, which didn’t exist before last week. I was sitting at my desk on Oct. 15 when I was called by someone to tell me that I had been exposed to COVID. My mind devolved into a hundred different thoughts of what I needed to do, but the first clear answer…
Have any of our sci-fi fans read “The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress” by Robert A Heinlein? His 1966 novel seems to have been the birthplace of the “new normal” phrase that may explain many of 2020’s new behaviors and new habits. The Dublin Public Library perseveres in this “new normal” as the COVID-19…
Dublin ISD Not available at press time Lingleville ISD Monday: Popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes, crinkle cut carrots, roll, fruit, milk Tuesday: Chicken spaghetti, salad, broccoli normandy, garlic breadstick, fruit, milk Wednesday: Taco soup, cornbread, carrot sticks, apple pocket, fruit, milk…
Tarleton State University’s W.K. Gordon Center for the Industrial History of Texas in Thurber is hosting its Fourth Annual Halloween trunk or treat at 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 31. Admission is free, costumes are encouraged, and the event is suitable for all ages. Staff and guests over 10 years of…
Dublin 7th grade and 8th Grade Lions faced off against Merkel Thursday on the Bob and Norma Cervetto field. Sara Gann | Citizen staff photo
The Tarleton Texan Corps of Cadets hosted its annual Corps Brass Awarding Ceremony on Oct. 19. The ceremony recognizes the hard work, dedication and commitment of “ducks,” freshman cadets entering the corps, and notes their becoming full ARC 168 members of the corps family. The brass is the…
Community members gathered Thursday at the Stephenville Cross Timbers Family Services office for an…
Brett Wesner, president of Wesner Publications in Cordell, Oklahoma, and publisher of the Dublin…
The Dublin Chamber of Commerce is getting the community into the Halloween and fall spirit with…
Local dairies have are working to make sure those in need get proper nutrition after donations of refrigerated cases an milk were made to two local food banks including Dublin’s The Love Basket, To help get more milk and dairy foods to those who need it, local dairy farmers helped provide refrigerated coolers to Grace Place Ministry in Stephenville and The Love Basket food pantry in Dublin. Donations of whole milk were also made to provide nutritious dairy to the communities.
From the beginning of recorded sound in 1877 when Edison created his first phonograph, attempts have been made to make life like sound recordings. Early…
October 19 Report of a bull loose in the city park on the 200 block of Highland. October 20 Caller reported that someone in a small dark vehicle brove by…
The Cross Timbers Fine Arts Council (CTFAC) is proud to welcome its latest exhibit, opening November 3, at its River North Gallery, featuring the works of…
The Lingleville Lady Cardinals are 11-3 in district as they head into the play-offs. The Lingleville girls will play a warm-up game against Evant on Friday…
The Dublin Lions bowed to Merkel 36-15 in the Friday night match-up on the Dublin field but Head Football Coach Bob Cervetto said the Dublin boys are still in…
The Dublin Lady Lions ended their season on Oct. 24 in Peaster with a district record of 5-9 and overall record of 9-14. Paul Gaudette | Citizen staff photo
100 Years Ago Oct. 29, 1920 A bolt of lightning struck a large oil reservoir and set it on fire. The tank burned for three days before it stopped. The tank…
Hico News Review A photo of the Billy the Kid statue in downtown Hico is featured on the front page after someone placed a mask on his face to stay safe…
Dublin ISD Not available at press time Lingleville ISD Monday: Popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes, crinkle cut carrots, roll, fruit, milk Tuesday: Chicken…
Jack Beverly, 81, passed away on Friday, October 23, 2020 in Granbury, TX at his residence. Visitation: Thursday from 10 to 11. The funeral will be at 11. Both…
Dick Rollins of Wimberley, Texas was reunited in Heaven with his beloved wife, Jeanne on October 21, 2020. He was the youngest son of Charles Oscar (Charlie)…
Velisa Gay Hill Anderson born Dec. 4, 1966 to parents James and Shirley (Miller) Hill in Farmers Branch, Texas, passed from this life Oct. 7, 2020. Velisa was…