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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Construction moving quickly on Grand Oaks golf courses

What a difference a decade makes. Ten years ago, the city of Cleveland lost its only golf course with the closure of Kirbywood. However, by this time next summer, the city will have three separate...

Fire destroys Dollar General on SH 321 in Tarkington

Fire destroyed the Dollar General store near the intersection of SH 321 and SH 105 in Tarkington Sunday night around 10 p.m. Though flames could not be seen from the outside, firefighters inside battled...

Store closing leaves Moss Hill without easy fuel supply

Until a month ago, Fitzpak store at the corner of SH 105 and SH 146 in Moss Hill, was a busy place, with customers purchasing fuel and diesel, picking up sodas and snacks, or...

Cleveland ISD’s early enrollment figures show big jump over last year

Growth at Cleveland ISD continues by leaps and bounds. Over the summer, the district picked up another 747 students and more are expected by Labor Day, when enrollment tends to slow down each year....

Liberty EDC considers projects for upcoming fiscal year at Aug. 7 meeting

Two months after the acquisition of Magnolia Ridge Golf Course, now known as the Liberty Municipal Golf Course, the Liberty Economic Development Corporation continues eyeing costs for repairs and renovations as it prepares for...

Liberty County drops litigation threat against jail contractor

Two weeks after threatening litigation against GEO Corporation in a commissioners court meeting, Liberty County Attorney Matthew Poston says GEO’s contract to operate the county jail will remain in effect for the next two...

New homebuilder featured at Cleveland chamber luncheon

A new homebuilder in Cleveland offers quality homes at an affordable price. Kendall Homes, based in Katy, Texas, and has roughly a dozen homes under construction in the Glen Park community in Cleveland, was...

Families pack Cleveland Civic Center for Back-to-School Spectacular

As its name implies, the Back-to-School Spectacular Friday in Cleveland was just that – spectacular. No one expected that between 800-1,000 children would attend the event with their families, said Cleveland Civic Center Director...