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Bosque County Sheriffs find stolen items reported in area during search warrant execution

WALNUT SPRINGS, Texas (KWTX) - The Bosque Sheriff’s Office has arrested two suspects in connection to finding narcotics and stolen items during a search warrant execution. Deputies on June 23 went to a residence in the 168 block in the West Norway Street in Walnut Springs following an investigation into recent burglaries and thefts as well as the trafficking of narcotics.
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Two arrested in Bosque County drug bust

WALNUT SPRINGS, Texas (FOX 44) – The Bosque County Sheriff’s Office has made two arrests in a Walnut Springs drug bust. Investigators executed a search warrant on Thursday at 168 W. Norway Street in Walnut Springs following an investigation into recent burglaries and thefts, as well as the trafficking of narcotics.
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The Dublin High School

The Dublin High School varsity Cheerleaders performed well and received many accolades last week as they attended a 3-day cheer camp at Tarleton State University. Multiple cheerleaders were nominated as All-American Cheerleaders (and All-American Mascot) across all three days with Joli St. Germain, Madison Turley, Chloey Rollins and Tembree Brown getting nominated the first day. The incoming seniors also received special ribbons. On day two, the DHS cheer team received two superior ribbons (the highest rating), one for chant and one for cheer. They also were voted by their peers to receive the Herke Award for showing the most leadership and spirit as well as the coveted spirit stick. On day three, they received a superior rating for their band chant and a Technical Excellence Award for their motion in the chant and another spirit stick. Cheerleader sponsor Christine Watson commended the team, saying, “They have exceeded many of my expectations and worked so very hard this week.” The 2022-23 varsity cheer team has been announced as: Tembree Brown, Sydney Masters, Emma Mitchell, Arely Munoz, Chloey Rollins, Olivia Salyer, Joli St. Germain, Emma Vargas, Isabella Velazquez, Bailey Watson, Madison Turley, Karlie White and Cassidy Adair. | submitted photo.

Katana Sushi and Hibachi eyeing August opening

Rachel Chou, owner of the building that will house the new Katana Sushi and Hibachi restaurant, provided on Wednesday with some information about the new tenants. “My family will not be running it as we did before with Chop Kitchen,” Chou said. “We do have a new tenant, and...

Fun for the summer

Summer is in full swing in Texas, but more importantly, here in Stephenville. After a long school year, summertime is a great break for kids and teachers to be able to take a breather and spend some time away from the classroom. Tarleton is hosting many camps for said kids...

Kiddo Turns Patience Pole for Horses Into Playground

Occurred on June 21, 2021 / Stephenville, Texas, USA Info from Licensor: We were at a roping clinic held at a state of the art horse facility in Stephenville, TX. My child decides to entertain everyone by swinging from a chain on a patience pole that’s used to tie horses to. We later realized she was using song “some” lyrics from the Frozen 2 movie so now we call her the Country Elsa! She my wild child!"

Hoppin’ to summer reading

Miss Emily, the Creature Teacher, visited the Dublin Public Library Thursday, June 2 to take kids and adults on a trip around the world with animals from Mexico, South America, England, Asia, Africa and Australia. Above, Crimson, a male 7-month-old red kangaroo gets attention from summer reading club participants. Below left, an 8-week-old fennec fox named Ember receives attention because of her cuteness. Below right, Bernice, a Burmese python “sniffs” the air with her tongue while onlookers try to decide if they want to touch a snake. Wyndi Veigel | Citizen staff photos.

Triple G Cafe opens in Stephenville

After five months of renovations, the Triple G Cafe in Stephenville will open its doors to the public on June 6. This family-owned restaurant aims to serve the community with their Christian values, friendly environment and vast menu selection. “We care about the people who come in and share their...


Hallelujah We’ve reached the 60th year of our graduation and to celebrate on June 11th we will have a brunch at The Little Church on Grafton St. We will start gathering at 9 am. After visiting and renewing old friendships and memories we will attend the All Dublin Reunion to visit with other classes. At 2:30 we will meet at our old high school for our usual class photo.

Ruby’s Texas Bistro celebrates seven years

Offering a unique dining experience, Ruby’s Texas Bistro has served the residents of Stephenville for seven years. “The food is incredible. The food is so good. I’ve worked here for four years, and for the most part, I haven’t really gotten tired of the menu because it’s just really big,” Manager Heather Burns said.