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Jason Dillard

4 candidates vie for 3 school board seats

The clock is counting down to the May 10 election. And four candidates - two longstanding incumbents and two newcomers - are vying for a seat on Glen Rose ISD board of trustees. With only three seats on the school district ballot, at least one of the candidates will be disappointed.

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  1. Return of the king

    Fossil Rim Wildlife Center’s Natural Resources Specialist Curt Decker spoke to a group of master gardeners and guests at the Somervell County Citizens Center April 14 regarding the migrating Monarch Butterfly. Decker’s information was well received by local gardeners and native plant enthusiasts.
  2. Optimist Club honors Youth of Month

    From Glen Rose High School, Kayla Goebel and Ty Morrison have been named Youth of the Month for April by Glen Rose Optimist Club.
  3. It's playoff time!

    Come check out Destenie Lewis and Lady Tiger softball go for the program's second-ever playoff victory Friday at home. Gatesville is coming to town to begin the best-of-three series at 7 p.m. Fans are encouraged to wear red. 
  4. GRMC honors health care legacy

    Glen Rose Medical Center (GRMC) and Somervell County Hospital District board of directors are honoring local health care history. A commemorative plaque, honoring the contributions of Dr. Robert D. English and Carlie Brannon English to the local community and hospital, will be unveiled at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 3. The reception will take place in the medical center's front lobby.
  5. Smith makes regional return

    As the only returning Tiger with state meet experience, Nathan Smith understandably set the bar high in his senior season.
  6. Betsill reaches regionals

    Jake Betsill wanted to keep his senior track season going, and the Tiger was certainly up to the task.

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DINNER TONIGHT: Herb-Crusted Pork Chop

By choosing a lean pork chop, such as a pork tenderloin, for this recipe, you'll have a delicious herb-and-corn-flake-coated pork chop of about 210 calories per serving.

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  • DINNER TONIGHT: Herb-Crusted Pork Chop

    DINNER TONIGHT: Herb-Crusted Pork Chop

    By choosing a lean pork chop, such as a pork tenderloin, for this recipe, you'll have a delicious herb-and-corn-flake-coated pork chop of about 210 calories per serving.

  • DINNER TONIGHT: Pan-Seared Tilapia with Black Bean Salsa

    DINNER TONIGHT: Pan-Seared Tilapia with Black Bean Salsa

    The tilapia and black beans give this delicious meal plenty of protein and fiber.

  • DINNER TONIGHT: Grape Tomato and Cilantro Salad

    DINNER TONIGHT: Grape Tomato and Cilantro Salad

    An easy, cost-effective side dish that would be perfect with a piece of chicken or fish. This video is provided by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Fine more online at http://healthyliving.tamu.edu/.

  • VIDEO: Williams challenges Attorney General Eric Holder
  • DINNER TONIGHT: Chinese Chicken

    DINNER TONIGHT: Chinese Chicken

    This nutritious Dinner Tonight one-dish meal of chicken and sauteed carrots, celery, green onions, and cabbage is mixed with a low-sodium sauce and sliced almonds and water chestnuts for crunch. It yields four generous portions for only 250 calories per serving.

  • DINNER TONIGHT: Parsley-Crusted Cod

    DINNER TONIGHT: Parsley-Crusted Cod

    This Dinner Tonight recipe, provided by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, is also good with whatever fish you prefer as well as with pork. It serves four, and each serving contains 215 calories, 8 grams of fat, 194 milligrams of sodium, and 6 grams of carbohydrates.

  • Williams explains honor
  • Somervell County co-op beefs up opportunities

    Somervell County co-op beefs up opportunities

    Somervell County Beef Co-op organized in 2013 to provide local youth with an opportunity to participate in Somervell County Youth Fair. Read more about the program at http://www.yourglenrosetx.com/schools/grisd/article_9a715f84-7de0-5cc3-beec-3ca16a1f52ce.html

  • BREAST CANCER AWARENESS: One year/one minute

    BREAST CANCER AWARENESS: One year/one minute

    In honor of Breast Cancer Awarness Month, the Glen Rose Reporter is sharing a one-minute journey thorugh one year of treatment with patient and survivor Emily Helck.She said, "For the last year, I have been undergoing treatment for breast cancer. When I started chemo, I also started taking a photo of myself every week. These are those photos."

  • The True Story of Matthew Shepard  'A Victim of Hate'   ( R.I.P )

    The True Story of Matthew Shepard 'A Victim of Hate' ( R.I.P )

    ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY: Oct. 7, 1998Matthew Shepard, a gay student at the University of Wyoming, was beaten, robbed, and left tied to a fence. He died five days later. Outrage over the brutal murder helped win passage of federal hate crime legislation."It was reported that Shepard was beaten so brutally that his face was completely covered in blood, except where it had been partially washed clean by his tears."Shepard had suffered fractures to the back of his head and in front of his right ear. He experienced severe brain-stem damage, which affected his body's ability to regulate heart rate, body temperature, and other vital functions. There also were about a dozen small lacerations around his head, face, and neck. His injuries were deemed too severe for doctors to operate. Shepard never regained consciousness and remained on full life support. While he lay in intensive care, candlelight vigils were held by the people of Laramie.Shepard was pronounced dead at 12:53 a.m. on October 12, 1998, at Poudre Valley Hospital, in Fort Collins, Colorado.Police arrested McKinney and Henderson shortly thereafter, finding the bloody gun and Shepard's shoes and wallet in their truckFrom Wikipedia,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matthew_ShepardMatthew Shepard Foundationhttp://www.matthewshepard.org

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Do you feel Somervell County Hospital District/Glen Rose Medical Center is transparent enough?

With the first Somervell County Hospital District board election approaching, at least a few candidates have said the district is not transparent enough, failing to provide notices about meetings in a public manner and also failing to share news on issues related to the taxing entity.

Total Votes: 3

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