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The Coleman County Chamber held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Heart Strings Boutique, inside Odd & Company.  They have been in business for one year, and had an Anniversary Sale and Open House Thursday evening.  Congratulations to sisters Diana Dobbins and Denise McDonald for their succe… Read more...

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Tickets are still available and must be purchased by October 25th. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Anyone interested in participating in the theater contact Greg at 817-658-7866 or email colemanmuseumandgallery@gmail.com. Tickets are $50 and available at the Coleman Chamber and Grammer… Read more...

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Each week Coleman ISD will highlight an individual that was inducted into the Coleman ISD Hall of Honor.  This week’s honoree is James A. Williams, CISD Hall of Honor Class of 2020.  Nominations are being accepted for the Hall of Honor Class of 2022. Nominations will be accepted until Novemb… Read more...

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Coleman County Medical Center has provided the Covid - 19 statistics for October 6th - October 16th.  Over the 10 day period, there were 43 new positive tests, 2 were admitted into the local hospital and there was 1 death reported.   Read more...

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The Board of Directors of the Type A Coleman Economic Development Corporation ("CEDC") and the Type B Coleman Community Coalition ("CCC") will meet in joint session on Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 6:00p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 200 West Liveoak, Coleman, Texas. Read more...

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The Coleman Police Department has released the Activity Report for October 4th through October 17th.  The Officers of the Coleman Police Department responded to 42 calls for service.  The following are some but not all of their calls:  Read more...

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St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Chicken Spaghetti luncheon will be held THIS Sunday, October 17th from 11:30-1:30.  You can dine in or take out!  The ladies of the church have tickets for sale or you can pay at the door on that Sunday.  Chicken Spaghetti meals are $10 adults and $5 children.   Read more...

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The newly formed Coleman County astronomy club will meet at City Park near the basketball court to observe NASA’s Annual International Observe the Moon Night tonight at 8 p.m. (weather permitting). Everyone interested in astronomy is welcome. The club will have a few telescopes available to … Read more...

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JOY Station Tuesday School would like to thank the Coleman Fire Department for visiting us this week. Mr. Eddie and Mr. Will taught us about fire safety and showed us we don't have to be afraid of firefighters in all their gear. And we were also very impressed with their "GREAT BIG" truck an… Read more...

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Coleman ISD is now accepting nominations for the 2022 Coleman ISD Hall of Honor.  The Coleman ISD Hall of Honor was established to recognize members of the Coleman ISD’s family who have distinguished themselves as outstanding contributors to Coleman ISD or whose life achievements have brough… Read more...

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Each week Coleman ISD will highlight an individual that was inducted into the Coleman ISD Hall of Honor.  This week’s honoree is James E. King, CISD Hall of Honor Class of 2018.  Nominations are being accepted for the HOH Class of 2022. Nominations will be accepted until November 1, 2021 and… Read more...

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The Coleman Fire Department responded to a water rescue on East Overall Street Wednesday evening between 6 and 6:30 pm.  According to the fire department Facebook page, one person was removed from a stalled vehicle in flood water.  The cones blocking the roadway and warning drivers of the de… Read more...

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At about 7:35 pm Tuesday night, the Coleman and Santa Anna Fire Departments along with Lifeguard EMS were sent to a house fire in the 700 block of West Mesquite in Coleman or at the corner of 5th Avenue and West Mesquite.  There was heavy fire damage visible on the front of the small wood fr… Read more...

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Coleman County has been added to a Flash Flood Watch which will be in effect from 7:00 am Wednesday to 1:00 pm Thursday.  As the remnants of Hurricane Pamela travel across the Heartland and Northwest Hill Country, heavy rainfall is possible.  That, combined with a slow moving cold front, is … Read more...

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Trinity United Methodist Church is having their second movie night of the month on Friday, October 15, 2021. Come at 6:30 pm for free popcorn and water. You can bring your own tea, sodas, etc. The movie will begin at 7 pm. The "Grace Card" will be the movie.  Read more...

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St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Chicken Spaghetti luncheon will be held THIS Sunday, October 17th from 11:30-1:30.  You can dine in or take out!  The ladies of the church have tickets for sale or you can pay at the door on that Sunday.  Chicken Spaghetti meals are $10 adults and $5 children.   Read more...

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The fishing team of Rick Scheen of Austin and Mike Harman of Bastrop took first place in the Bass Champs Tournament over the weekend at Lake O.H. Ivie.  They weighed in 10 fish with a total weight of 49.77 pounds, the largest fish being 11.32 pounds.  For their efforts they are awarded Skeet… Read more...

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Thunderstorms are possible late this afternoon into early tonight in Coleman County.  Forecast models indicate that a squall line of storms will develop somewhere near Coleman County and then move toward the east.  Most likely time for thunderstorms will be 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm.  Isolated seve… Read more...

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Anglers from Georgetown and Leander lead a record field for the Bass Champs tournament after Day 1 of fishing Saturday on Lake O.H. Ivie.  Ronny Maynard of Georgetown and Eric Crumley of Leander caught five fish with a total weight of 25.79 pounds to land 1st Place so far.  Their big bass wa… Read more...

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Mozelle Homecoming will be held Saturday, October 9, 2021 at the Bill Franklin Center. Registration starts at 9am, with the program starting at 10:30am.  We know that 2020 was a hard year for many. The Homecoming committee has decided to honor our frontline workers. This year's honorees will… Read more...

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Members of the Town and Country Garden Club gathered for their monthly meeting at noon on October 5, 2021 at the J.A.B. Miller Library building. Kellye Sandlin and Karen Franco served as hostesses to the twenty-seven members and six guests that were present to discuss new ideas and share the… Read more...

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The Cattleman’s Roundup for Rehab sale was held Wednesday, October 7, at Coleman Livestock Auction.  The Rehab honored Bob and Sylvia Edington for their many years of support of the Roundup by presenting them the Shelley V. Smith award, named for the founder of the West Texas Rehabilitation … Read more...

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Coleman High School Student Council is sponsoring “Pie the Principal” on Friday, October 22nd during the CHS Pep Rally.  Chances are available for purchase: 1 for $1 or 6 for $5.  (You must choose one principal per chance.)  Deadline to Purchase Chances is Tuesday, October 19th.  One Winner … Read more...

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Legendary cowboy entertainer Red Steagall is scheduled to appear in Coleman on Wednesday, October 6 for the 2021 Round-Up for Rehab Sale benefiting the West Texas Rehabilitation Center.  It begins at 11:00 am at Coleman Livestock Auction. Coleman County always turns out to help raise funds f… Read more...

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The City of Coleman has contracted with a private company to provide an environmentally friendly way to clear difficult to manage drainage areas throughout the city. Rent-A-Ruminant, of Rising Star, Texas, provides a managed goat herd that efficiently clears vegetation from drainage ditches.… Read more...

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The Annual West Texas Rehab Center Auction at the Coleman Auction Barn takes place tomorrow, Wednesday October 6, 2021.   The Rehab Auction begins at 11:00am.  They are still in need of items for the auction.  Anyone that has items to donate please call Karen Nanny or Renea McMillan.  You ca… Read more...