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College or bust for fourth graders

College or bust for fourth graders

Big dreams are brewing in the minds of Stephenville fourth graders as they research and learn about different colleges they want to attend. College Week is part of the curriculum for students throughout the Stephenville Independent School District. At Hook Elementary, staff members are stressing the importance of college and career throughout the year.

Stephenville Yellow Jackets vs. Venus Bulldogs

Stephenville Yellow Jackets vs. Venus Bulldogs

Friday night, Stephenville hosted Venus for homecoming in what was thought to be a close District 7-3A match-up. Stephenville proved all the doubters wrong in the first half alone. Venus came into the game undefeated, boasting one of the best defenses statistically in the state. Stephenville came in with stats in the back of their mind as they rolled 56-13 on a brisk fall night at Tarleton Memorial Stadium.

 

Waiting game: Rangers lose 4-3 to A’s; still need win to lock up AL West

Waiting game: Rangers lose 4-3 to A’s; still need win to lock up AL West

OAKLAND, Calif. — Coco Crisp’s latest big hit helped put Oakland back in the playoffs for the first time in six years, and the Athletics beat the first-place Texas Rangers 4-3 on Monday night to remain in contention for a division crown.
Crisp had a go-ahead double in the fifth inning as Oakland (92-68) pulled within one game of Texas (93-67) in the AL West with two to go and moved into a tie with Baltimore for the American League’s top wild card.

NFL Reaches Tentative Agreement with Refs

NFL Reaches Tentative Agreement with Refs

NEW YORK (AP) — So long, replacement refs. The NFL’s regular crews will be back on the field starting Thursday night.
After two days of marathon negotiations – and mounting frustration among coaches, players and fans – the NFL and the referees’ union announced at midnight Thursday that a tentative agreement had been reached to end a lockout that began in June.
Commissioner Roger Goodell, who was at the bargaining table Tuesday and Wednesday, said the regular officials would work the Browns-Ravens game at Baltimore.

Tarleton admits 10,000th student

Tarleton admits 10,000th student

“Out of all the people, it was me, the Asian kid lol.”

With that post on Facebook this week, Khanh Do, a Tarleton freshman from Plano, revealed that he has been identified as the university’s 10,000th student.

Tarleton spirit deeply rooted in tradition

Tarleton spirit deeply rooted in tradition

For more than 113 years, Tarleton State University students have embraced a wide variety of traditions. From the 254 oak trees to Oscar P, Tarleton’s gates are always open to those who embrace the spirit of Tarleton.