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Judge Billy Bledsoe has announced that as of 9:15am on Friday, January 15, 2021, the Burn ban is back ON.  

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UPDATE - BUYER numbers are not limited during the SALE on Monday.  IF you want to be in the sale to contribute you are welcome!  If more than one person per business would like to be in the sale, that is acceptable, also!  The only limits during the SALE on Monday is that only one parent can…

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Sandra Rose has filed to run for re-election for Place 5 on the Coleman ISD Board of Trustees.  Rose has served two terms and brings 5-1/2 years previous experience serving on the CISD Board of Trustees.  Places 4 and 5 are up for election.  The deadline to file an application for a place on…

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The 2021 Coleman County Junior Livestock Show will be held January 15-18, 2021, in the Goree Expo Center.  Due to Covid -19 restrictions our show schedule has been extended in order to have only one species in the barn at a time and exhibitors released following competition of their show, aw…

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The Santa Anna Cemetery Association Annual Meeting is being postponed due to concerns with Covid-19 and public meetings.  The meeting, normally held the Third Saturday in January, will be held in conjunction with the Spring Workday scheduled for Saturday March 27th, 2021 at the Santa Anna Ce…

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Panther Creek CISD will have their annual stock show on Friday, January 15th. Exhibits will begin at 10:00 AM. Event order: Ag Mechanics, rabbits, goats, lambs, steers, heifers, pigs. There will not be a BBQ lunch this year.

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Following his first week in office, U.S. Congressman August Pfluger (TX-11) is proud to announce that his district offices are open and ready to serve the constituents of the 11th District of Texas. The offices are located in Midland, San Angelo, Llano, Granbury, and Brownwood.  The Brownwoo…

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As of 10:00 am Sunday, January 10, we had measured 5 inches of snow on the back porch.  Social media pages are full of photos from all around the county as we share in this beautiful scene together.  Several area churches cancelled services.  Roads will worsen as temperatures drop below free…

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Since the runoff election in July, I have spent much time traveling across the district to meet with constituents, business and community leaders, and elected officials. A number of trips to Austin have been made to meet with my new staff, attend freshman Legislative orientation, and become …

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In response to damage done by the winter storm, the City of Coleman will be conducting Curb-Side pickup of storm damaged tree limbs beginning Monday, January 11, 2021.Please have your limbs moved to the curb for disposal prior to this date to ensure your limbs are picked up.The limbs must be…

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Washington, D.C. — Late Wednesday night, Congressman August Pfluger (TX-11) introduced his first piece of legislation, the Saving America’s Energy Future Act, which prohibits the Biden administration from declaring a moratorium on issuing new oil and gas permits for drilling on federal lands.

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Coleman Elementary School has released the 3rd and 4th Grade Honor Rolls.  Congratulations to all! DOWNLOAD attached Pdf to see all pages, to save and print for your convenience.

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The Coleman High School Senior Class will have Portraits taken on Monday, January 11th.  According to Becky Hohmann, guys need to shave and wear a white or light-color T-shirt. Girls need to bring a spaghetti strap top to wear.  Everyone needs to bring the $20 sitting fee.  If there are any …

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There will be a Meet and Greet reception for Brian Gage who has purchased Harold Skelton Income Tax Service. This will be held TOMORROW, Friday, January 8, 2021 from 1:00-3:00 in the office at 312 S Colorado St. in Coleman.  Please join them to welcome Brian and his staff to Coleman.  

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WASHINGTON – USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) helped farmers, livestock producers and foresters weather a tough 2020, marked with a pandemic and natural disasters. During the COVID-19 pandemic, FSA continued to deliver farm programs to producers through phone and online tools, using social d…

Washington, D.C. — Sunday, Congressman August Pfluger (TX-11) was sworn in to represent the 11th District of Texas in the U.S. House of Representatives. Congressman Pfluger released a statement upon executing the oath of office on the Floor of the House of Representatives:

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Coleman County Judge Billy Bledsoe has reported Tuesday morning that the Texas Department of Emergency Management lists Coleman County with 24 active. The CCRT is currently following up 36 active cases.  CLICK HERE to see the state's dashboard and to follow the numbers.  (Photo below is a sc…

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The Hendrick Regional Blood Center Bloodmobile is scheduled to be in Coleman on Tuesday, January 5.  The location is Coleman County Medical Center.  The hours are 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.  Click HERE to read about donor information and what to bring when you donate.

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Several elected members of County offices were sworn in Monday morning by Coleman County Judge Billy Bledsoe.  A Statement of Elected Officer and Oath of Office were given to and by:

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The Coleman PRCA Rodeo was named the 2020 Medium Rodeo Committee of the Year during the Texas Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals held in Waco over the weekend.  Shown holding the award is Patrick Justiss, current president of the Coleman Rodeo Association.  Congratulations to the members of the Colema…

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A special meeting of the Coleman ISD School Board will be held Tuesday, January 5, at 7:45 am in the CISD Administration Office, 2302 S. Commercial Avenue.  The action items include 1) Consider purchase of real property and 2) amend the budget.

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In a statement Saturday evening from Coleman County Judge Billy Bledsoe: "Due to the recent rainfall, the burn ban will be temporarily lifted. The commissioners will meet and decide whether to leave it off or reinstate it in two weeks.  Please take the proper precautions when burning and alw…

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As 2020 was coming to a close, Coleman County had rain, which turned to ice, and then snow!  What a beautiful exit for "the year that WAS 2020" and entrance for 2021.  These are photos in walking distance from our house yesterday and this morning. You can never have too many snow and ice pho…

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New Year's Day 2021 dawned with a winter wonderland over Coleman County.  A major winter storm quickly dumped 3 to 4 inches of snow over most of the county.  The snow was on top of more than one inch of rain that fell during the day Thursday.  A thick coating of ice has damaged trees and pow…

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As of 6:00 pm Thursday, electricity was restored to a large portion of Coleman County, including the City of Coleman.  There may still be some areas without electricity but police units patrolling the city reported the lights back on.  Law enforcement units also report bridges beginning to i…

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As of 1:00 pm Thursday, a winter storm has delivered much needed rainfall but, with the temperature at freezing, it has also caused ice to build up on power lines and trees.  Shown in the photo is a redbud tree covered in ice at a residence a few miles east of Coleman.  According to a post o…

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Bill W. Jones would like to announce that starting Monday, January 4, 2021 the Coleman County Tax Appraisal District office, located at 105 Commercial, will be closed to the public until further notice.  Although all employees will be working in office, the office door will be locked.  There…