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John Graves’ letter to the TCEQ on the Brazos water ‘shrinkage’

John Graves’ letter to the TCEQ on the Brazos water ‘shrinkage’

In 2005 John Graves, author of the classic Goodbye a River, wrote the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality expressing his concern after the “increasingly great and damaging shrinkage in flow”…

Commissioners reaffirm support for extending John Graves Scenic Riverway

Commissioners reaffirm support for extending John Graves Scenic Riverway

By Kathryn Jones Editor A move to extend the John Graves Scenic Riverway to Somervell County and offer more protection to the Brazos River paddled forward on Monday. Somervell County…

City administrator says code enforcement must follow state law on junk vehicles

City administrator says code enforcement must follow state law on junk vehicles

By Kathryn Jones Editor Glen Rose City Administrator Ken West said Friday that a state law covering junk vehicles prompted local code enforcement action on the painted Volkswagen “Bug” in…

UPDATE: Fight begins to save the painted ‘Bug’

UPDATE: Fight begins to save the painted ‘Bug’

By Kathryn Jones Editor The owners of the property where the landmark painted Volkswagen “Bug” resides said they plan to appeal to the municipal court to let them keep what…

Commissioners to vote on extending John Graves Scenic Riverway

Commissioners to vote on extending John Graves Scenic Riverway

By Kathryn Jones Editor Somervell County Commissioners on Monday will consider whether to extend the John Graves Scenic Riverway designation for the Brazos River through Somervell County. A similar resolution…

Junk or art? City’s warning about painted ‘Beetle’ bugs local residents

Junk or art? City’s warning about painted ‘Beetle’ bugs local residents

By Kathryn Jones Editor The saying goes that someone’s junk is another person’s treasure. In this case, a local business’ version of artful advertising is junk in the eyes of…

Life Care Planning: ‘Lady Bird Deed’ not a wildflower planting but a Medicaid oasis

Life Care Planning: ‘Lady Bird Deed’ not a wildflower planting but a Medicaid oasis

By Sandra W. Reed The Lady Bird Deed is not a wildflower planting, but it can create an oasis as lovely as wildflowers in a meadow in the land of…

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We post notices of breaking news and links to stories on our Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/GlenRoseCurrent. Please visit often, become a friend and give us a “like”! By the way, when…

Set goals, stay ‘green’ to grow business, Williams tells chamber members

Set goals, stay ‘green’ to grow business, Williams tells chamber members

By Kathryn Jones Editor Local entrepreneur Michael Williams knows a few things about setting goals. That’s what he does regularly as head of his own Glen Rose-based M Companies, which…

Life Care Planning: Family with special-needs children needs specialized solutions

By Sandra W. Reed Frances and Samuel Preston are Mimi and Boppa to their only son’s three children. They adore these youngsters, are deeply concerned about their welfare and want…

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