Hamilton County, TX

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Developers Making Headway on Large Texas Solar Project

Diode Ventures, a Black & Veatch company that develops infrastructure projects, has reached financial close on the Grizzly Ridge Solar Project, a 140 MW development located in Hamilton County, Texas. The project was co-developed with RKB Energy LLC (RKB). Once complete, Grizzly Ridge will provide power to the ERCOT North...
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WATCH: Unconfirmed tornado touches down in Hamilton County

HAMILTON COUNTY, Texas — What appears to be a tornado touched down in Hamilton County yesterday evening as severe weather made its way through Central Texas. The video above, submitted by viewer Ronda Shinn Allison, shows the weather phenomenon in the distance in rural Hamilton County. You can hear in the background of the video how a man calls the sheriff's office to report the tornado as it briefly touched down before slowly disappearing.
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Tornado confirmed near Cransfills Gap, Texas

CRANFILLS GAP, Texas — The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down near Cranfills Gap, Texas Wednesday night. The tornado was spotted around 7:08 p.m. near Cransfills Gap, or 10 miles east of Hamilton, the NWS reported. Levi Newell, a meteorology student at Texas A&M, said the tornado has...
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Hamilton County Electric to assist members who were affected by winter storm

The Hamilton County Electric Cooperative Association Board of Directors has approved measures to help the co-op’s membership cope with challenges that resulted from the Feb. 15-19 winter storm. During this period, Hamilton County Electric said the Electric Reliability Council of Texas mandated that utilities conduct controlled, rotating outages and allowed power prices to skyrocket. During this…
Hamilton County, TXthesyracusejournal.com

$5,000.00 Reward Offered

Last weekend in the southeast portion of the county on CR 31 and Road S, a Hamilton County road grader was shot up over 20 times. It got the door glass, engine panel, access panel to the radiator, rearview mirror, head rest and more. The person/persons also got three of...
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Fundraiser underway for Ambassador program

A Hope Floats Fundraiser is being created to benefit the Miss Dublin Ambassador Program. The 2020/2021 Court is looking forward to participating in parades, activities and events throughout Erath, Comanche & Hamilton County. The Ambassador Program is sponsored by the Dublin Chamber of Commerce. Through the years the contestants have sold tickets to participate. The Pageant event has been…
Hamilton, TXGatesville Messenger

James “Jim” Webster Buster

James “Jim” Webster Buster, 72, of Hamilton, passed away on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2021, at Providence Hospital, in Waco. Graveside services were held at 2 p.m., Friday, Feb. 12, 2021, at Ater Cemetery with Josh Pruett officiating. James was born June 17, 1948, in Llano, the son of the late...
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Betty Woodard

(February 2, 1944 – January 30, 2021) Betty Woodard, age 76, passed away on Saturday, January 30, 2021, in Comanche, Texas. She was born on February 2, 1944, in Hamilton, Texas, to Adolf and Eva Mae (Pax) Schultz. On May 13, 1972, she was united in marriage to Jay W. Woodard in Pottsville. He preceded her death on April 29, 2018. Betty was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She was a homemaker and an excellent cook, who loved to bake tasty treats for her family and, according to those who knew her, she made the best apricot pies in the county. She worked hard all her life and for over thirty years she and Jay were custodians at Comanche National Bank. When they weren’t working at the bank or cleaning people’s homes, they were working at their farm. Betty loved the farm animals, which she tried, with great success, to turn into pets. She was a member of the Church of Christ.
Hamilton County, TXGatesville Messenger

Clydene Gilmer

Clydene Gilmer, 86, died Dec. 13, 2020 at Hillcrest Hospital in Waco. Due to the pandemic, services will be delayed until next year. Clydene was born in 1934 in Hamilton County to Stella Price. She was named after her father Clyde Price who died before her birth. She moved to Waco at a young age and resided there for most of her life. A graduate of Waco High in 1951, she married Belvin Gilmer of Gatesville in 1953. While raising two boys, she enrolled in night classes at Baylor and earned her degree in 1970. Clydene taught mathematics at University High in Waco for most of the next 30 years. She received several honors including the 1990 national co-teacher of the year for The Opportunity Program (TOP) for at-risk students.