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Seven GRHS students awarded scholarships from Lions Club, co-sponsors

Seven GRHS students awarded scholarships from Lions Club, co-sponsors

Seven Glen Rose High School seniors received $1,000 scholarships at the Glen Rose Lions Club’s luncheon on Wednesday. Merae Talavera received the Hill College/Maurice English scholarship; Shelby Lacey received the Luminant/Glen…

Fossil Rim, Tarleton sign formal agreement to foster learning, research

Fossil Rim, Tarleton sign formal agreement to foster learning, research

  By Kurt Mogonye Tarleton State University STEPHENVILLE — Officials from both Tarleton State University and Fossil Rim Wildlife Center gathered Wednesday to formally create a partnership that will implement…

Wayne Rotan: School finance litigation takes a step forward

Wayne Rotan: School finance litigation takes a step forward

On Monday, February 4, 2013, the Honorable Judge John K. Dietz, ruled the current system of Texas school finance is unconstitutional. Six lawsuits, representing over 600 school districts were filed…

Letter to the Editor: Licensed concealed handguns would beef up school security

Letter to the Editor: Licensed concealed handguns would beef up school security

[Editor's note: Dr. Mike Jones wrote this in response to an Editor's Blog several weeks ago that voice an opinion against arming teachers in schools. The blog is still running…

Junior high to get a sheriff’s officer

Junior high to get a sheriff’s officer

By Kathryn Jones Editor Glen Rose Junior High School this week will get an officer from the Somervell County Sheriff’s Department to provide extra security. On Monday Somervell County commissioners…

The Undercurrent: Do we really want Dirty Harry and Harriet in classrooms?

The Undercurrent: Do we really want Dirty Harry and Harriet in classrooms?

After every major shooting incident, the predictable chorus begins: We must “do something” to stop this kind of senseless violence from happening again. Do something, do something. In the wake…

Tarleton president praises staff for bomb threat response

Tarleton president praises staff for bomb threat response

By Kathryn Jones Editor Tarleton State University President Dominic Dottavio thanked faculty and staff Monday for their “extraordinary effort” in responding to a bomb threat that delayed some graduation ceremonies…

Tarleton ‘threat’ eliminated, university official says

Tarleton ‘threat’ eliminated, university official says

By Houston Hall Texan News Service The threat that caused graduation to be delayed and relocated on the Tarleton State University campus Saturday afternoon has been eliminated, a university official…

Bomb threat at Tarleton State: Graduation ceremonies moved

Bomb threat at Tarleton State: Graduation ceremonies moved

By Kathryn Jones Editor Tarleton State University Saturday evacuated the building where fall graduation ceremonies were scheduled to take place due to a possible bomb threat. At 12:23 p.m., the…

Glen Rose ISD is top contributor to ‘Robin Hood’ state school finance plan

Glen Rose ISD is top contributor to ‘Robin Hood’ state school finance plan

The attached list reflects money sent to the state of Texas through recapture by Chapter 41 schools between 1993-94 and 2011-12 school years. Top Givers List B…