The Chisolm Trail Parkway has been on the drawing boards in one form or another for more than 50 years.
Did you know that Cleburne was named for a Civil War General? KRLD’s Marlee McCormick tells us about the namesake who never lived to see it.
Digital files and electronic communication are making many libraries obsolete. But, a library in Cleburne has importance beyond what is inside. The bricks and mortar themselves are precious.
Toll roads have had a major impact on areas like Frisco and McKinney in recent years, and many are expecting the same kind of growth to come with the opening of the Chisolm Trail Parkway in Tarrant and Johnson Counties.
When you think of Cleburne, you might not picture a destination for holiday entertainment. But KRLD’s Marlee McCormick says you haven’t seen Whistle Stop Christmas.
There is a beautiful bed & breakfast in Cleburne. So nice, in fact, that it attracted the attention of a very famous bank robbing couple many years ago. JD Ryan takes us to The Anglin Rose Bed & Breakfast.
A former Bell Helicopter machinist calls Cleburne home. Though Paul Henicke is retired, he’s as busy as ever using the skills he learned on the job.
Bobby Hargis was there the day John F. Kennedy was assassinated. In fact, he was only a few feet away, since he was one of the Dallas police officers assigned to Kennedy’s motorcade that fateful day.
A training helicopter crash at the Cleburne Airport sent two people to the hospital Friday afternoon.
It’s been more than a century since the doors first opened on Cleburne’s Booker T. Washington High… the city’s once segregated school. The building is long gone, but even in aging former students, the memories remain.
Mid-May marks one year since the town of Cleburne was pummeled by tornadoes, destroying over 1,500 homes, business and landscapes.
The City of Cleburne will be offering a “get out of jail” free card leading up to its ‘Warrant Roundup’ from Feb. 14 through March 1.