Wednesday, March 22, 2017
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By Ben Woods bwoods@casscountynow.com The Cass County Commissioners Court last week approved a proclamation declaring March National Nutrition Month in Cass County. Cass County Extension Agent Michelle Valentin spoke to the commissioners court about the need for nutritional awareness in Texas... + continue reading
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
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By John Dilmore john@casscountynow.com The process of restoring and returning to public use Cass County Park, which was damaged by heavy flooding last year, is playing out one project and one fundraiser at a time.  Fortunately for those anxious to see the park’s facilities reopened, there... + continue reading
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
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By John Dilmore john@casscountynow.com The Atlanta Animal League (AAL) is always on the lookout for homeless pets in need of assistance. But at the moment, what they most need are people.  The group is looking for volunteers to assist with a number of tasks, ranging from fostering... + continue reading
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
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By Brady Keane Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Beginning in 2015, Chicken Express and Dave Campbell’s Texas Football partnered to honor the heroes in communities across Texas. One male student-athlete and one female student-athlete are chosen out of many across the state based on how they lead... + continue reading
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
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From staff reports “A Star-Studded Evening” was the theme for this year’s Atlanta Area Chamber of Commerce awards banquet, which took place Saturday evening at Atlanta Middle School.  Awards were presented in the categories of Business of the Year, Man of the Year, Woman of the Year,... + continue reading

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03/22/2017
By John Dilmore john@casscountynow.com The Atlanta City Council on Monday voted to reject a proposed plan to close the Miller Street railroad crossing near downtown, an idea that would no doubt have led to “some complaints” had it progressed, according to City Manager David Cockrell. The item... + continue reading
03/22/2017
By John Dilmore john@casscountynow.com Organizers of the annual Atlanta Forest Festival are hoping this year’s event will be bigger and better than ever after being moved from October to early summer -- a spot on the calendar with fewer scheduling conflicts. The 2017 festival, which will... + continue reading

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03/08/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By John Dilmore john@casscountynow.com Students participating in Atlanta High School’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs took center stage during last week’s meeting of the Atlanta Independent School District Board of Trustees’ meeting. The high school’s CTE program offers classes... + continue reading
03/08/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By Tim Emmons temmons@casscountynow.com Last week bands from around the area met at Pleasant Grove High School for a UIL Concert and Sight-Reading contest. Atlanta’s middle school Symphonic band (directed by Kristen Thompson), high school Concert band (directed by Daniel Hawkins) and high... + continue reading
03/03/2017 - 0 comment(s)
The Busy Bee Quilters of Huffines recently raised funds to purchase a defibrillator for Cass County Emergency Services District 1 (ESD 1). The quilters, ESD staff and county officials gathered at the Citizens Journal office in Atlanta last week for presentation of the new piece of life-saving... + continue reading

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03/22/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By Tim Emmons temons@casscountynow.com Atlanta Iron turned in an amazing performance at the Texas High School Powerlifting Association Region 3, Division 2 meet in Malakoff, March 9.   Nick... + continue reading

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03/08/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Prevent  Alzheimer’s Doctor David Perlmutter, author of “Grain Brain” and “Brain Maker,” has concluded that Alzheimer’s disease is primarily predicated on lifestyle choices -- and, in a... + continue reading

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125 years ago, Atlanta native began amazing journey    By Randy Grider randy@casscountynow.com Bessie Coleman’s brief, but adventure-filled, pioneering life began here in Cass... + continue reading