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Dead livestock found in ditches around town 0

Dead livestock found in ditches around town

By Rachel LaCroix — Multimedia Journalist Dead livestock, particularly dead cattle, were dumped in the ditches of Erath County. According to Sheriff Matt Coates, there are one to two illegal livestock disposals every month,...

Tarleton Organization Spotlight: Paradigm Bible Study 0

Tarleton Organization Spotlight: Paradigm Bible Study

By Rachel LaCroix— Associate Producer According to TexanSync, Paradigm Bible Study is a worship opportunity that Tarleton offers college students. Paradigm is not a church, but its leaders do hope that through learning the...

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The Driven Journey – Hadley Anne

By Katelyn Rivera— Executive Producer For as long as she could remember, Hadley Anne Butler knew she had music in her soul. Growing up in Meridian, Texas Butler, her twin sister and a close...

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Honeybees: Queens on the field

By Bailey Poer— Associate Producer The Stephenville High School girls Honeybee Soccer team is building a reputation as a powerhouse soccer team. The Honeybees clinched their second AAAA state title in three years. The...

Tarleton’s 25th edition of Anthology released 0

Tarleton’s 25th edition of Anthology released

By Makenzie Plusnick— Opinion Editor Students writing and art was published in the 25th edition of Tarleton State University’s Anthology. The book’s description says it is “A student forum for prose, poetry, and visual...

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Three Tarleton Texans signed to NFL teams

By Blanca Izquierdo, Bailey Poer, and Quanecia Fraser— Multimedia Journalists Three former Tarleton State University players will be joining the NFL. E.J. Speed made history on April 27, as only the fifth Tarleton State...

Healthy ways to reduce stress as finals approach 0

Healthy ways to reduce stress as finals approach

By Hadley Butler— Guest Writer With the end of the spring semester approaching, final projects coming due and finals week on the horizon, Tarleton State University students are gearing up to cross the finish...

Local pantries join forces in monthly, county-wide bank 0

Local pantries join forces in monthly, county-wide bank

By Rachel LaCroix— Associate Producer Nearly 200 families line up for food in the Stephenville First Baptist Church parking lot on the third Thursday of every month. Food pantries all over Erath County, such...