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Tarleton’s Gordon Center Hosts History Happy Hou

Tarleton State University’s W.K. Gordon Center is the place for a History Happy Hour at 6 p.m. Friday, June 3, Come enjoy a beer and chat about the history of Thurber and the current exhibition, “The Face of Cinema: Evolution of Movie Posters.” ickets for History Happy Hour are $10 each, and the empty glasses … Continue Reading Tarleton’s Gordon Center Hosts History Happy Hou

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Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Issues Reminder On Injured & Orphaned Animals

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department reminds the public on what to do if they encounte what appeares to be injured or orphaned wildlife. Game Warden Michael Hummert tells the Dublin Citizen that while it’s human nature to want to take in injured or orphaned wildlife it’s not only illegal, but it can be harmful … Continue Reading Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Issues Reminder On Injured & Orphaned Animals

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Tarleton Holds ROTC Ceremony

Ten Tarleton State University Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Texan Battalion cadets were commissioned second lieutenants in the U.S. Army in a ceremony last week on the Stephenville campus. Cadets must complete their undergraduate degree, including a military science curriculum, and leader development training to be commissioned. Lt. Col. Mike Eliassen, Professor of Military Science and … Continue Reading Tarleton Holds ROTC Ceremony

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Thompson Named Wellington State Bank Branch President

Wellington State Bank names Joe B. Thompson as senior vice president and president of the branch in Stephenville. Thompson has more than 30 years of banking experience in Erath County, and 20 years in the Stephenville market. He most recently served as vice president at Spirit of Texas Bank in Comanche County.Thompson has previously been … Continue Reading Thompson Named Wellington State Bank Branch President

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Community Rehab Project 2022 Set For June 12-17

Comanche County’s Community Rehab Steering committee announces its 2022 project takes place June 12 through June 17. Last year more than 200 volunteers worked on 11 homes. Over $52,000 was raised to pay for the cost of repairs. Officials say they’ve received more than 40 applications so far and they plan to help as many … Continue Reading Community Rehab Project 2022 Set For June 12-17

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Homelessness Help Serving Freee Lunches On May 28

Homelessness Help is providing free lunches from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 28, at the Cross Timbers Church of Christ on W. Cedar St. According to the Empire-Tribune the program provides food to those in need while helping build relationships within the community, Another goal is to bring awareness about the homeless … Continue Reading Homelessness Help Serving Freee Lunches On May 28

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Tarleton Names Dean Of College of Health Sciences

Tarleton State University names Dr. Ramona Parker as Associate Vice President and Executive Dean for the realigned College of Health Sciences. Her appointment is effective June 15, pending approval by The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents. The college includes Tarleton’s nationally recognized School of Nursing and School of Kinesiology and the inaugural School … Continue Reading Tarleton Names Dean Of College of Health Sciences

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SHS Commencement Is Friday

Stephenville High School’s class of 2022 graduates at 8:00 p.m. this Friday at Tarleton Memorial Stadium. According to the Empire-Tribune over 250 students will be receiving their high school diploma. Zoe Brigman is the class valedictorian and says she will be attending Texas Tech University in Lubbock to obtain as degree in chemical engineering and … Continue Reading SHS Commencement Is Friday