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The Economic Development boards recently approved funds in the amount of $5,000 for an addition to the south side of City Hall.  The project began this week with Calina Mishay Johnson painting (photo above) a backdrop on a metal frame that was hung by Dennis Danek and Davey Thweatt, as pictu…

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Due to the recent rainfall, the burn ban is still lifted.  Please use caution and notify local volunteer fire departments when burning. 

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Saw a few of these on Facebook and thought Coleman County needed one of our own. When you've completed a BINGO', send the photos through our Messenger on Facebook or email to us and we will share to our readers. We will draw from the names for 5 - $20 gift cards to some of Coleman County's…

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Linda Burns, of Coleman County, made a suggestion to Coleman Today - "Let's get everyone to fly our flags to show how we are all in this together."  SO, get your flag out and fly it high at your home or business, showing your neighbors that in solidarity we will do what's needed to get throu…

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An Art Contest is being held by the Coleman Chamber of Commerce with entries due MARCH 30th by 4:00 pm.  "What do you love about Coleman County?"  The drawing/painting needs to be on 8 1/2" x 11" paper and should represent Coleman or Coleman County... a building, lake, home, or scenery. The …

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FROM CISD, for all campuses:  "The Chamber of Commerce and Web-Access have Wi-Fi on the front of the Chamber of Commerce building and along Commercial Ave between the Courthouse and Walnut. They have added our Wi-Fi network “BLUECATCLOUD” and key so CISD student laptops will automatically co…

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The Coleman ISD administration office and campuses will have limited availability during the extended suspension of normal district operations. The campus offices will be closed to walk-in visitors during this time.  However, the campus offices will be available by telephone Monday through F…

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Until further notification, the Coleman Livestock Auction will still be holding cattle sales for the time being. However, we will adhere to the specific guidelines suggested by the Livestock Marketing Assoc.  We must control crowd sizes.  CAFÉ WILL BE CLOSED.

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Since Governor Abbott’s Executive Order No. GA-09 was declared, restricting services of medical and dental services , Coleman County Dental Center would like to clarify what we can and cannot do during the time of this executive order, which will expire at 11:59 PM April 21, 2020. This time …

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Attached is the agenda for the Coleman ISD Board of Trustees’ regular meeting being held on Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.  In order to avoid a congregate setting in a physical location in response to the COVID-19 disaster, arrangements are being made to videoconference the meeting in…

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The safety and well-being of our employees and customers is our number one priority. We are taking every precaution to ensure that our employees are not potentially exposed to, or inadvertently expose others, to COVID-19.

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Circle C Cattlewomen will award scholarships to Coleman County students wishing to pursue a career in agriculture related fields. Students must have attended a Coleman County school. Applicants may either be graduating from high school or enrolled in an institute of higher learning. Applicat…

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UPDATE - Brandon Moehrle informed us today that the Eggstravaganza scheduled for April 11th at Hords Creek Lake has been CANCELLED due to COVID-19.  Hopefully they will be able to hold it next year, 2021.  

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AgriLife Extension is continuing the cancellation of all face-to-face events, meetings and practices through April 17, at the earliest.  This does include all 4-H related events and meetings.  As new information comes forth, we will pass along through appropriate channels. 

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The Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced that the deadline for filing individual income tax returns has been extended to July 15, 2020 for 2019 tax years.  The deadline for filing and paying penalty and interest free are now the same.  Taxpayers are encouraged to continue to file thei…

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The City Council of the City of Coleman, Texas will meet in special session on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 5:15 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 200 West Liveoak, Coleman, Texas. All items on the agenda are for possible discussion and action. Council may vote and/or act upon each of…

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AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today issued a stern warning to retail suppliers, including those who supply grocery stores and pharmacies, that state law strictly prohibits price gouging in the wake of a declared disaster. Price gouging laws apply to any person or entity selling …

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As you all know, we are now under an executive order from Governor Greg Abbott, as well as the City of Coleman, to limit gatherings to 10 people or less.  In light of this new directive, we have put a lot of thought into how we at Stevens Funeral Home can still serve families while adhering …

While you are at home during this COVID-19 'distancing' from others, you can complete your Census 2020 information....

A report of a house fire in Coleman was called in at 9:45 am this morning. Fire Chief Jimmy Watson said that when they arrived, the house was fully engulfed. According to Watson, the occupant was out of the house and not injured. 

The Coleman Youth Association (CYA) board met and discussed our options for spring sports in Coleman. As of right now all sports (baseball/t-ball, softball, and soccer) have been suspended until April 3rd. On that date we will re-evaluate our options and what’s best for our kids. There will …

First Baptist Church Coleman will not be meeting in-person this coming Sunday, March 22nd, but Pastor Chas will be preaching live at 11:00 am and you can watch online through the website at fbccoleman.org. On the front page of the website there is a black box under the picture of the sanctua…

Coleman ISD will continue to provide sack breakfasts and sack lunches Monday through Friday for elementary and secondary students during the extended school closure. The sacks are to be picked up at the softball field.

Due to Governor Abbot’s decisions, as of Saturday March 21, 2020, we will no longer have dine in, we will be doing take out, curbside, and delivery (inside the city limits).  We are sorry for the inconvenience, but proud to do everything we can to keep everyone safe and healthy.  We want to …

Because the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has all of our collective attention, we want to reassure you that Coleman County State Bank is closely monitoring and following the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other local and national health organizations, includ…

Here is a short video that will help parents/guardians and students of Coleman High School understand the unique school situation that we are all facing. Go to the CHS Website to access the material Mr. Strickland mentions near the end of the video. Here's the link to go directly to the mate…