The 12-month-long capital campaign was launched by the Eastland Memorial Hospital Volunteers, shown here with EMH staff, with a cornerstone commitment of $50,000 represented by the check above.
Photo courtesy of EMH

Churches and towns in Eastland County offer a variety of wonderful Christmas Holiday events. The family above was among the many enjoying a delicious meal, great fellowship, and dancing at the annual Cowboy Christmas Ball Friday hosted by Leon River Cowboy Church near Olden.

Photo by Bob Hickox

The Nancy Seaberry Frost Arts Endowment (501)(c)(3) celebrated its 20th Anniversary with the Eastland Fine Arts Association and the Fort Worth Opera. Five hundred area school children were guests at the historic Majestic Theatre in Eastland on Friday November 30th for the live performance of the children’s opera “Three Pigs Remix.” Since 1999 NSF Arts, EFAA, and FWO have presented annual stage performances in rural Texas for over 8000 school children. Pictured above are members of the Fort Worth Opera at their Majestic Theatre performance, Chris Frost Whiddon, Executive Director of NSF Arts, and husband Red Whiddon.
Photo courtesy of NSF Arts

Eastland County libraries offer abundant activities in addition to checking out good books to read. Visit your local library in Cisco, Eastland, Ranger and Gorman to learn how interesting spending time at the library can be. The two boys above are playing chess at Eastland’s Centennial Memorial Library. See more library news in section B of this edition.
Photo courtesy of Centennial Memorial Library

The Gorman Panthers defeated the Nueces Canyon Panthers, 48-44, Friday evening to claim the 1A Region 4 Championship!! They will face off against Leakey for the State Quarterfinals Friday, November 30 at Brady. Kickoff is at 7 pm.

Submitted phone photo

Eastland Telegram

The 12-month-long capital campaign was launched by the Eastland Memorial Hospital Volunteers, shown here with EMH staff, with a cornerstone commitment of $50,000 represented by the check above.
Photo courtesy of EMH

In just a matter of months, Eastland Memorial Hospital has reached 80 percent of their $570,000 fundraising goal.

Churches and towns in Eastland County offer a variety of wonderful Christmas Holiday events. The family above was among the many enjoying a delicious meal, great fellowship, and dancing at the annual Cowboy Christmas Ball Friday hosted by Leon River Cowboy Church near Olden.

Photo by Bob Hickox

Churches and towns in Eastland County offer a variety of wonderful Christmas Holiday events.

Eastland County Commissioners held a speedy meeting Monday beginning earlier than usual at 8:30 AM.

The Eastland Lady Mavs competed in their second tournament of the season at the Breckenridge Lion’s Club Tourney on the campus of Breckenridge High School.

Cisco Press

The Cisco City Council met on Monday night in regular business at the City Chambers on Conrad Hilton in beautiful downtown Cisco.

The Cisco Municipal Airport Hangar 1 is buzzing again with activity.

The Cisco Lady Loboes played in their second basketball tournament of the year, the Coleman BlueKatt tournament at Coleman High School last weekend.

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Ranger Times

The Ranger Elementary School K-4th grade will have its annual Christmas Music Program Thursday, December 13th at 6:30 p.m.

Larry Monroe, Ranger Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park Committee Member and Leader of the Ranger Veterans Support Group, presents Terry Simmons, Board President of the Eastland County Museum,

Jerry Alvarez has an open loook at a lay-up against May last week in Ranger.
Photo by Ranger Publishing Staff

The Ranger Bulldogs competed last weekend in the Gorman Hot Hoops tournament.

Ranger earned 3rd place.

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Rising Star

Eliciana Daniels

Eliciana Daniels is our Wildcat of the Week. “Lici” is 7 years old and in the 2nd grade. She is the daughter of Amanda and John Paul Lockhart. She has 3 sisters, Addie, Aryeana and Alona.

Jarrison Taylor gets “all ball” on the block of the Eagle shot last week for the Wildcats.

Photo by J&B Photos

The inclement weather that hit portions of the Big Country last weekend affected the Rising Star Lady Wildcats and their tournament at Lueders-Avoca.

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Delia Model Bonner, 104, of Rising Star, Texas went to be with our Lord and Savior on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 in Rising Star, Texas. 

Gorman Progress

LIGHTS ARE OUT IN GORMAN! We really mean that Christmas Holiday lights have been strung out everywhere in Gorman! At homes, in the parks, along the streets, and most of all lights are dancing to Christmas music in the annual Holiday Light Show on Fisher street! Follow the signs, stop by and tune in to watch this great show starting after dark, courtesy of Bill Miears.

Photo by Margaret Hetrick

LIGHTS ARE OUT IN GORMAN! We really mean that Christmas Holiday lights have been strung out everywhere in Gorman!

The Gorman Lady Panthers won their own Gorman Hot Hoops Tourney over the weekend with a perfect 4-0 record.
Submitted Photo

The Gorman Lady Panthers hosted their own Gorman Hot Hoops basketball tournament this past weekend in the Panthers gym.

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After two years the Eastland community has spoken by voting YES on Proposition 1 & Propostion 2  for the 2017 Eastland ISD School Bond Election.

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